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1962 Triumph Herald 948cc Conv. Towards the end of the 1950s Standard-Triumph offered a range of two-seater Triumph sports cars alongside its Standard saloons, the Standard 8 and 10, powered by a small (803 cc or 948 cc) 4-cylinder engine. Standard-Triumph therefore started work on the Herald. The choice of the Herald name suggests that the car was originally intended to be marketed as a Standard, as it fits the model-naming scheme of the time (Ensign, Pennant and Standard itself).

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1960 Triumph TR3A ✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏ AUTRES VEHICULES - OTHER VEHICLES ☞ https://fr.pinterest.com/barbierjeanf/pin-index-voitures-v%C3%A9hicules/ ══════════════════════ BIJOUX ☞ https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1351591571533839&type=1&l=bb0129771f ✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏✏

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from Hemmings Motor News

Hemmings Find of the Day– 1949 Triumph 2000 roadster

Hemmings Find of the Day – 1949 Triumph 2000 roadster

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from Hemmings Motor News

Top 10 Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car stories of 2012

June2012Triumph_700 - This drew the most attention from fans in January. Thanks for the interest.

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