The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but the open top and the estates versions were also available.

From the number plate SFD, we can tell this was registered in Dudley in the West Midlands in 1967, as Dudley used the FD letters.

The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but a convertible and an estate version were also available

The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but the open top and the estates versions were also available.

The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but a convertible and an estate version were also available

The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but a convertible and an estate version were also available

 

The 13/60 was launched in October 1967 with the engine being increased from 1200cc to 1296cc, it gave 61 bhp.

It also had a redesigned bonnet that was similar to the Triumph Vitesse, but with single headlights rather than double ones on its more powerful cousin.

Here we see the saloon version, but a convertible and an estate version were also available