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Before DeLorean - Triumph Heralds were built in Belfast at the Clarence Engineering Company…. Standard Triumph also made a brief reference to Heralds being assembled in Belfast in the July 1960 issue of the Standard Triumph Review (Volume 22 Number seven). This includes a picture of a Herald saloon registration 6150 XI. This was one of the 36 cars assembled at the pilot works and the car driven by Jack Brabham around the Dundrod circuit. Mr. John Johnstone, managing director of the Clarence Engineering Co., sole distributors for Standard and triumph cars in Northern Ireland, gave details of this important project at a Press Conference yesterday. One of the guests at the event was world champion racing driver, the Australian, who yesterday tested one of the Belfast assembled Herald over the Dundrod racecourse circuit. He pronounced it a “really first class job.” He said the company need have no fear about demand for their car.
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