The Triumph Herald, introduced in 1959, was looked upon as being quite a radical design in motor cars. Its tilt-forward bonnet and unusual styling, plus all-round independent suspension were a breakaway from the traditional theories of the era. The original engine was a four cylinder, single carburettor 948cc unit which was later enlarged to 1147cc with twin carburettors for certain models.
The body design was by the Italian stylist Michelotti and total Herald sales numbered well over 300,000. Other body styles available through the production years were coupe, convertible, and estate car.
6 x Acrylic Paints
2 x Brushes
Features a spring-loaded clamp mechanism, which locks tightly onto 25mm, 32mm and 40mm round bases,...
1 x pot of Tamiya 10ml Acrylic Paint
This is a Frostgrave Cultists single sprue. The plastic figures are 28mm sized, supplied unpainted...