TD21

The TD21 was produced from 1958 – 63. Although there were “Series I” and “Series II” changes in specification meant that in fact there were several sub-series with important changes. Very early cars retained the TC21/100 engine and drum brakes. Later Series I cars had the modified doors in aluminium and later Series II cars had the zf gearbox.

25946 1958 TD21 The first production TD21 pictured at the 1958 AOC AGM - does it survive? No. See Nick Simpson comment below 2-16-3
25946 1958 TD21 The first production TD21 pictured at the 1958 AOC AGM – does it survive? No. See Nick Simpson comment below 2-16-3
25946 1958 TD21 WRW 633 2-17-1
25946 1958 TD21 WRW 633 2-17-1
TD21 26122
TD21 26122
26142 as a used car in 1962
26142 as a used car in 1962
TD21 saloon 26145
TD21 saloon 26145

TD21 hood trimmedTD21 hood final

26730 Roland Geiger's Park Ward TD21 Drophead, the last Series 1 originally owned by Baron von Pellandt of Nina and Frederick fame
26730 Roland Geiger’s Park Ward TD21 Drophead, the last Series 1 originally owned by Baron von Pellandt of Nina and Frederick fame
Douglas Bader's TD 21
Douglas Bader’s TD 21
TD21 Series II 26985
TD21 Series II 26985
The standard rear lights on a Series II TD21
The standard rear lights on a Series II TD21
26933 a Graber 1963 TD21 Series II is followed by 26935 a four door. The owner of the coupe celebrated 50 years of ownership in June 2013.
26933 a Graber 1963 TD21 Series II is followed by 26935 a four door. The owner of the coupe celebrated 50 years of ownership in June 2013.
26895 1963 Graber TD21 Series II cabriolet, as displayed at the 1963 Geneva Salon. Currently owned and photo by Christoph Grohe.
26895 1963 Graber TD21 Series II cabriolet, as displayed at the 1963 Geneva Salon. Currently owned and photo by Christoph Grohe.
The TD Series II Park Ward frontal treatment of auxiliary lamps
The TD Series II Park Ward frontal treatment of auxiliary lamps

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