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South African assembled car.
Tag on car reads: THC1739. This car was assembled in South Africa part of the consigment SHC51 (ie the 51st batch of twelve cars to be sent/built). This car was the 617th coupé to be built in South Africa. Later (1972) the car was re-imported to the UK.
Registration: YTI 575 (UK previous reg: AFK826K)
Registered in UK in 1972 on plate AFK826K then moved to Ireland on 19th may 1976 where it is now on plate YTI 575
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Model: Triumph Herald Coupe
Commission Number: Y11368
Engine Number: Y14851HE
Colour: Yellow and White
Source: Peter White
Date: October 2009
Info: Smooth roof 948 Coupe. Currently in Ireland awaiting restoration. Advert was for a 1961 car. Unfortunately we do not have any more info, especially to determine whether this was a UK or Ireland assembled car
This was imported into Ireland back in the mid 1970s, the reg does not match a 1961 built car. I'd suggest this is UK built: Darren O'Rourke
Commission and Engine Numbers confirmed (and car added to survivors list)
Some quirky features like factory fitted anti burst catches to doors and different shaped top of door
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