Bond - Bond Equipe GT4S

In association with Standard Triumph, Bond made the Equipe GT4S in 1963, the first Bond vehicle to have 4 wheels. This was based on the Triumph Herald chassis and scuttle installed with the Spitfire 1147 cc twin carburettor engine, and clothed in Bonds fibre glass body, which incorporated the Herald doors. With front hinging bonnet, as on the Herald, and with a fast back body style, it was a 2+2 body. For 1967 the renamed Bond GT4S 1300 had the larger 1296 cc engine, and distinguishable by its twin headlights. The Equipe GTS was produced up to 1970. The Bond Equipe GT was available from the Standard-Triumph showrooms.

Bond Equipe GT4S and Bond Equipe GT4S 1300 were both fitted with the 5.20x13 tyre size originally, which has the radial tyre equivalent size 145R13. We would recommend the Blockley steel belted radial tyre size 145R13, with period correct tread pattern and exceptional handling - see full details below:

Blockley Products for Bond Bond Equipe GT4S

13/14 inch Rim Band (45mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£3.30 (£3.96 inc. VAT)


Blockley Radial

£62.00 (£74.40 inc. VAT)