It has obviously has some work over the years, but this 1960s Triumph Herald 12/50 Saloon car is described as 'original in every respect'.
Great time to buy a convertible car right now, summer has just gone and there's not a lot of demand. Which could mean this 1960s Triumph Herald 1200 convertible is a potential bargain, especially with no reserve.
It's always a risk buying a classic car, especially if you're not too great under the bonnet. But this Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible looks a cool and practical buy if you are a novice.
Dating back to 1966 and still cutting a hip profile, this Herald has just over 80,000 on the clock of that 1,147c engine. It's also described as being in 'excellent condition', as well as 'trouble free' and in 'great working order'. That's perhaps down to the amount of money spent on it – overt £2,000 in the last year alone. See the website for a breakdown of just what has been replaced and upgraded.
Another shot over the page, with many more on the listing. The price right now is £2,200 with no reserve.