Yes, 'tis I, Andrew Mace, your devoted tracker of things Heraldic...and Vitessic!? Click on this image of GA41429LDL  for a larger version.

Your host for the festivities, with his
1962 1200 sedan! ;-)

North American Triumph Sports 6 (Vitesse 6) and Triumph Herald Database

also includes Triumph Renown, Mayflower, 10, 2000 and Atlas; as well as Standard 8, 10, Pennant, Ensign and Vanguard

May Day! and a long overdue update -- May 1, 2016 !

The lists:

link to listing for Sports 6 and Vitesse models
Sports 6/Vitesse

link to listing for Heralds, including 948 twin-carb convertibles and coupés and single carb sedans, Herald and Sports 1200 and Sports 12/50 (Canada), and 13/60 including rare Puerto Rican versions
Herald

link to listing for Triumph 10 sedans and wagons
Triumph 10
link to listing for Triumph 2000 sedans and wagons; Blake Discher photo
Triumph 2000
link to listing for Triumph Mayflower
Mayflower
link to listing for Triumph 1800 / Town and Country / 2000 / Renown models; photo from Triumph Razoredge Owners Club
"Renown"
link to listing for Triumph Atlas
Triumph Atlas
link to listings for Standards, including 8. 10, Pennant and even Vanguard Ensign
Standards

link to listing for Heralds, including 948 twin-carb convertibles and coupés and single carb sedans, Herald and Sports 1200 and Sports 12/50 (Canada), and 13/60 including rare Puerto Rican versions
Bond

NOTE: Please let me know if you spot any broken image or file links or other problems! GB53484LCV; a survivor!


My latest, a 1967 Sports 1200; read my
blog about same!

About the Database | Images & Technical Information | Add or Update Information | Links

What's this all about?

This started out over 11 years ago as an informal effort to gather information on Triumph Sports 6 (Vitesse 6) and Herald-badged (including those later Heralds badged as Sports 1200 in the United States and Sports 12/50 in Canada) cars in the United States and Canada...and beyond! Included are some special "Personal Export Delivery" cars [see note below], as well as Heralds and Vitesses originally built and/or destined for other markets that have found their way to North America. Over the years, we've added Triumph-badged 10s, Standard 8s and 10s and Standard- or Triumph-badged Pennants to the database along with Triumph Mayflowers, especially those officially imported through Fergus Motors in NYC or into Canada, various "Renowns" (including the 1800, "Town and Country" and 2000-badged versions) and the "Michelotti" 2000...not to mention Standard Vanguards, Ensigns and even the Triumph Atlas! We welcome data and other information on those cars as well as any other Standard or Triumph "nonsports" models in North America.

There is no association, real or implied, with any organized club or register, although we certainly encourage all owners and fans of these cars to join
clubs such as their local Triumph club and national or international organizations such as The Vintage Triumph Register (among others) in North America and the Triumph Sports Six Club, Club Triumph and/or the Standard Motor Club (among others) in England.

Data on "unique" Heralds such as the Australian KA- and KB-series 948s and the 12/50 models, and Indian-assembled Standard Heralds (and later Gazels and other Herald variants), is especially welcome. Although it is welcomed and will be stored for possible future listing, at this time we're not actively trying to collect data on every Herald or Vitesse vehicle in the world. But please feel free to send in data on any car. Who knows? Perhaps someday we'll even track Triumph-based Bonds and Fairthorpe Electron Minors and other cars using Triumph power! Meanwhile....

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Submit information on your car | update information on your car | Submit a link to your own related page
Suggestions or comments | Note: A number of cars listed with The Vintage Triumph Register as of 1994 are indicated with **italic text. If you happen to recognize -- or own -- any of these cars, please let me know!

 

Club Triumph has an excellent forum on their web site (see link below), including a section for Herald and Vitesse! And VTR (see link below) also now has a Forum, with a section for Herald and Vitesse!

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Clubs (click on the logos to go to their web sites):

The Vintage Triumph Register
The Vintage Triumph Register logo; click on the logo to go to their web site

Triumph Sports Six Club
Triumph Sports Six Club logo; click on the logo to go to their web site

Standard Motor Club
Logo for the Standard Motor Clib; click to go to SMC's web site.

Club Triumph
Club Triumph logo


Suppliers (click on the logos to go to their web sites):

Rarebits4classics

Rarebits logo

PO Box 1232
Calne, Wiltshire SN11 8WA
United Kingdom


Part of the introductory US advertising campaign for the 948 Heralds in 1960. Click on the image for a larger version.

The International Spitfire Database; click here to check it out!The International GT6 Database; click here to check it out!

Click here for information on obtaining a build record for your Herald, Vitesse, Sports 6 or other Triumph or Standard from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust!

Triumph-Herald.com, a web site from the UK, tracking especially the early 948s. Click on the image to go to the site.
Tracking the early Heralds!

Earliest and latest cars known to the Triumph Sports Six Club

Related pages:


This site created by me, Andrew Mace, on February 20, 2002; revised May 1, 2016

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