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hello all I thought ill say hi nit sure what too put as new too all off this but my names grant I own a lovely herald 13/60 which I was happy too be able too provide a article in the recent club magazine theres a few bits here and there which I wish too get back too original the best I can so hopefully you guys can help. 

The picture attached is my little boy riley who is absolutely fascinated and besotted with the car if it was his choice I would have too sell the daily run about and use the herald

I am looking forward too meeting you all and having a chat about or love for triumph. 

 

 

Stay safe 

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10 hours ago, Anglefire said:

Welcome Grant.  It’s a good place to be with plenty of people in here with lots of experience of all things triumph.  
looks like yours has had a little work done to it to make it bit more sporty? 

I know the seats have been changed and also the wheels im not sure uf there original or not but they have the triumph logo on it and also the steering wheel isn't original so trying too source one off those at the moment without sucess as there's a few about but unsure which one it is 

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9 hours ago, NonMember said:

I'm sure there's too many HT leads for a Herald in that picture...  Welcome Grant!

Haven't got a clue how many is it for the standard ht leads it was as it is when I brought it apart from i have removed some stickers which I didn't really like. 

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9 minutes ago, grantorourke said:

Haven't got a clue how many is it for the standard ht leads it was as it is when I brought it apart from i have removed some stickers which I didn't really like. 

Looks like a 6 cylinder engine? (all heralds are/were 4, but people do fit the 6 cylinder engines from a vitesse etc)

Sorry, some of us are geeky and interested about this stuff. I like cars that have interesting modifications. But apart from that, you will need to know exactly what you have when it comes to buying any parts. Engine/electrical and indeed brakes are all different between the various cars, and you could have almost anything fitted!

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