TD21 : 1958-1963

Although there were “Series I” and “Series II” models 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 5-speed gearbox. Park Ward coachwork was offered in saloon and drophead forms and bespoke models were produced by Graber Carosserie in Wichtrach, Switzerland. There were 785 Series I and 285 Series II cars produced. 

Click on any photo to start the gallery:

Do you own a TD21 or owned one in the past? If you would like to be included in the updated Register and receive a copy, click UPDATE YOUR DETAILS

These registers can then be updated.

As a first step in updating the Register of cars we have reviewed the 180 drophead coupes produced by Park Ward and included in the new list some of the data on the build sheet – gbox means gearbox type and colour scheme- and checked if the car is UK taxed and tested. LHO means Last Heard Of determined either by notification by the owner or by being licenced. The last reg is the current registration number which in some cases is different from the first registered number.

25948 Clive Hutchinson photo pre 61 WRW 891

If you spot any errors in the list please ASK A QUESTION or UPDATE YOUR DETAILS. Cars converted from a saloon to a drophead coupe are not included in this list.

For photos of the Graber bodied cars click Graber

For one man’s view click 26603 – an owner’s view

For more details of the Duke of Edinburgh’s car click OXR 1

For a gallery of the Series II model – click Series II – 1962-3

The Three Litre Series III was announced in 1963 – click TE21

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