The Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe of 1960 is a classic British coupe that packs style, elegance and performance into a convenient two-door package. This classic car stands out from the crowd with its compact yet muscular frame, classic British styling and a variety of outstanding features. The hood of the car is curved and elegant, with a unique sweeping shape that helps the car to appear more aerodynamic. The front of the car has a unique split grille and round headlamps, giving it an instantly classic look. The long, low profile and bold curves of the hood give the car plenty of character. At the back of the Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe of 1960, you can find a pair of large, round taillights and a pair of classic chrome-finished bumpers. The side of the car is where the classic design truly shines, with its long, sweeping lines and tall fenders. The car has a unique treatment of chrome accents along the sides as well as long, sweeping lines along the body that give it a very distinctive appearance. Under the hood, the Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe of 1960 is equipped with a 1296cc four-cylinder engine. This engine is paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox, providing plenty of power to get the car up to speed. Drivers will also appreciate the excellent suspension and steering, giving the car impressive agility and handling for the time. The Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe of 1960 is a timeless classic and an ideal choice for anyone who appreciates classic British styling and performance. With its unique styling, powerful engine and agile performance, this 1960 coupe is a perfect choice for someone looking for a classic car with plenty of character.
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