The Herald was originally launched in 1959 with a 948cc engine, with 34.5 bhp, which was originally used in the Standard Pennant.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With an SPN registration, we can tell this was originally registered in East Sussex

The Herald was originally launched in 1959 with a 948cc engine, with 34.5 bhp, which was originally used in the Standard Pennant.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With a KEJ registration, we can tell this was originally registered in Cardiganshire

The Herald 1200 was launched in 1961 with increased power of 39 bhp over the original 948cc engine, although the actual engine was 1147cc not 1200cc.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With a VC registration, we can tell this was originally registered in Coventry

The Herald was originally launched in 1959 with a 948cc engine, with 34.5 bhp, which was originally used in the Standard Pennant.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With an BAB registration, we can tell this was originally registered in Worcesteshire

The Herald was originally launched in 1959 with a 948cc engine, with 34.5 bhp, which was originally used in the Standard Pennant.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With an BAB registration, we can tell this was originally registered in Worcesteshire

The Herald 1200 was launched in 1961 with increased power of 39 bhp over the original 948cc engine, although the actual engine was 1147cc not 1200cc.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.

With an TKK registration, we can tell this was originally registered in Kent.

The Herald 1200 was launched in 1961 with increased power of 39 bhp over the original 948cc engine, although the actual engine was 1147cc not 1200cc.

The coupe had a lovely line to it although the rear passengers had less room than the Herald saloon !

Like the other models in the range, it had the rakish line back to its tail fins, which were the design feature to have in the early 1960’s.