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Triumph Herald 13/60 (1968-1971) Exhaust System

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Triumph Herald 13/60 (1968-1971) Stainless Steel Exhaust System

Front Pipe GEX1428 SSTH75/1
Connecting Pipe GEX1428 SSTH75/2
Rear Silencer + Tailpipe GEX3198 SSTH31


The Triumph Herald is a small two-door car introduced by the Standard-Triumph Company of Coventry in 1959 and made through to 1971.

In October 1967 the range was updated with the introduction at the London Motor Show of the Herald 13/60. The 13/60 was offered in saloon, convertible and estate-bodied versions. The sun-roof remained available for the saloon as an optional extra rather than a standard feature. The front end was restyled and the interior substantially revised though still featuring the wooden dashboard. The engine was enlarged to 1296 cc, essentially the unit employed since 1965 in the Triumph 1300, fitted with a Stromberg CD150 carburettor, offering 61 bhp and much improved performance. In this form the Herald Saloon lasted until December 1970 and the Convertible and Estate until May 1971.

This stainless steel exhaust system is designed to fit the Triumph Herald 13/60, in production between 1968 and 1971. The system comprises front pipe (SSTH75/1), connecting pipe (SSTH75/2) and rear silencer and tailpipe (SSTH31).

This product is made to order and normally takes 4 weeks to manufacture.