Triumph - Triumph 1300

The Triumph 1300 was built by Leyland  from 1965 as a 4 door saloon with front wheel drive, which was the up to date replacement for the Herald, using its 13/60 engine. By 1968 a sporty Triumph 1300TC joined the standard car, fitted with the Spitfires twin carburettor engine. Production of the Triumph 1300 continued to 1970.

Triumph 1300 tyre size originally was 5.60x13 . This was equivalent to 155R13 but the diameter is a little small, so in period a 165R13 was also recommended. Blockley produces the 165HR13 with a period correct high speed rated steel belted tyre - details below:

Blockley Products for Triumph Triumph 1300

155/165x13 Thickened Inner Tube

Blockley Thickened Inner Tube

£12.00 (£14.40 inc. VAT)



£83.00 (£99.60 inc. VAT)