A HERALD CURE

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* • * A HERALD CURE

Sir„

Having done over 40,000 miles in a Triumph Herald I can endorse the remarks of “W. B.” in November MoToR SPORT regarding the quality of the gear-lever knobs fitted to the Herald 12oo and earlier models.

The answer to this problem is to purchase and fit the plasticcovered ball type knob fitted to the Herald S model. These were not at one time easily obtained and I was eventually supplied by a helpful gent in the Works Spares Dept., who went and fetched one off the production line. This shows no signs of wear and remains perfectly clean after many thousands of miles use.

Solihull. W. F. ARTHUR.