1964 Triumph Herald Estate
Really super example of a rare Herald variant in fully restored order from long term ownership with 1200cc engine; ready to enjoy
Dating from January 1964 this super and now seemingly rare estate version of the Herald has got us all steamy eyed and nostalgic with us all muttering "I cant remember the last time I saw one of these, let alone one this nice" – well well!
Evidently in a super, restored condition the car speaks for itself. Finished in blue with matching blue leatherette interior and wood veneer dashboard this example is powered by the 1,147cc inline four with manual transmission.
Our vendor has loved the car for the last 21 years, opting to have it restored over a few years to its current state. Bills on file suggest a considerable spend on parts alone, with invoices on file including £1,800 on parts from TD Fitchett Triumph parts specialists in February 2014 plus a £2300 spend at Mill Garage, Allensmore in June 2016 on bodywork plus other smaller jobs more recently including works to the brakes in 2017.
The history file also includes a current MOT although exempt, without any advisories which also reveals the car to have covered fewer than 500 miles in the past 4 years which is primarily why we offer the car for sale today.
In addition to the above, we also have 3 old MOTs, the V5C, old style green logbook showing it was first registered in 1964 to a Mr W Nalder of Wantage who kept the car for 4 years, old style blue V5, SORN docs, original Herald owners handbook and illustrated car servicing series book – essential for any DIY work!
We expect there to be a lot of interest in this tidy 2-door estate so get those bids in early, its ready to be enjoyed and envied by many at the array of classic events popping up this summer.
For more information contact - email@example.com
Reg No: 336GBL
Chassis Number: GA140123SC
Engine Number: GA133395HG
Engine Size: 1147
Docs: V5C; old style V5, green log book; handbooks; invoices; 3 old MOTs; MOT May 2022 without advisory
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