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1963 Triumph Herald 12/50

1963 Triumph Herald 12/50 in Skjemtegauken, TV Series, 1968-1970 Ep. 6

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: N

1963 Triumph Herald 12/50

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Lateef NO

2015-02-06 18:54

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Extra large gas tank prank :D
[Image: t3.21.jpg] [Image: t6.10.jpg] [Image: t7.6.jpg]

dsl SX

2015-02-06 20:15

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Basically Herald 1200 features, however has 12/50 grille but not the 12/50 sunroof. It's possible that 12/50 grille was used on some export saloons in same way as occurred on convertibles after 63, but I've no info on this. Or maybe export 12/50s to cold countries did not have sunroof??

ingo DE

2017-03-05 14:59

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:think: I cannot find the legendary version with the Isetta from "Vorsicht Kamera", the first German adaption of "Candid Camera" from 1961 onwards, just a later version with a Pucherl:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eaz2EClwOTY

Found while the search: an Opel Rekord without petrol cap cover:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT48twgb-j8

I'm planning to visit that location next week:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XleRvE3ekY8
Of course I will have a look for tanks in usage.

dsl SX

2019-01-13 21:42

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1966 bigger sidelights. Solid roof 12/50s were built in Belgium because the sunroof was externally supplied for UK cars and it was too much hassle to include the different roof on Belgian assembly line. So made in B is possible, although unproven that Coventry did not make closed 12/50s.

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