Triumph Herald

Did you know that the Triumph Herald owes its type designation to the meter-long yacht of Alec Dick, the supreme boss of Standard in those years Triumph? At the time, the Herald was provided with even more nautical 'jokes'. Different badges were mounted on both sides of the rear fenders, representing two - crossed - flags. In the maritime world to be explained as an 'S' on the one hand, a 'V' on the other. That indicated that they were dealing with a product from Standard and the design studio Vignale ...

Photo: The Triumph Herald is named after the yacht of Alec Dick, then the big boss of Standard Triumph

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