Triumph 1300 & 1500 FWD 1965 to 1973
The 1300 and 1300TC were originally fitted with 560-13 crossply tyres, with the option of a 155SR13 radial.
The 1500 (1970-1971) was originally fitted with 560-13 crossply tyres, with the option of a 155SR13 radial.
The 1500 (1972-1973) was fitted with a 155SR13 radial, or a 175/70HR13 on a wider (5J) wheel.
The 1300 was an innovative FWD small, family saloon car from Triumph, with the engine from the 13/60 Herald. It was later replaced with a RWD car with similar styling, very much against the flow of history. Released in 1965, given a bit more power in 1300TC form a few years later, then facelifted in 1970. This resulted in the 1500, which was a bit larger, and restyled. Then Triumph dropped the whole thing...