The Triumph Herald 13/60 Sedan from 1971 was a handsomely styled touring car produced by Triumph Motor Company which combined traditional British lines with modern engineering and reliability. This particular vintage Herald was a two-door four-seater sedan powered by a 1296cc four-cylinder engine culled from the Triumph Herald 1200 model. With a wide grille, sharp hood-line creases, and distinctively curved fenders, the Herald 13/60 Sedan 1971 was an attractive vehicle. Inside, the cabin featured a padded bench seat with adjustable rake and lumbar support, ornamental wood interior trim, and a well-configured instrument cluster. On the road, the Herald 13/60 offered a pleasant driving experience thanks to its well-tuned suspension, responsive powertrain, and its economical fuel economy. This sedan possessed both good looks and formidable performance, making it a popular choice for those looking to add a touch of timeless British style to their fleet.
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