Triumph added a more sporting model to its small saloon range in 1967, the Triumph 1300TC. TC stood for "Twin-Carb" referring to the 75bhp twin carburettor Spitfire engine that powered the little saloon. Performance was excellent for the time and top speed was around 90mph which was considerably better than the standard 1300.
The 1300TC came with all the usual Triumph appointments and also benefited from having servo assisted brakes. The 1300TC sold in steady numbers until it was replaced in 1970 by the Toledo range.