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Triumph TR6: Buying guide and review (1968-1976)

Triumph TR6: Buying guide and review (1968-1976) Classic and Performance Car
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The reason all Triumph TR6 customers wore polo necks was to conceal their cravats. But there’s no hiding the truth, and the sharp, chisel-chinned exterior of the TR6 masks a platform that was descended directly from that of 1953’s TR2. 
 
For all that, though, it had plenty for sporting drivers to love, particularly Americans – and it sold in far higher numbers than its predecessors. Today, it’s more affordable than any of the earlier TR Tweedsters, and it provides the hairshirt heritage in a package that’s easier to own. 
 
In essence, the TR6, with its six appeal and crisp à-la-mode styling, was the final flourish of the stout true-Brit TR tradition. At the Triumph TR6’s 1969 launch, The Autocar presciently declared it ‘the last of the real sports cars’. And it really was on its own, for there was literally nothing to compare with it in its price-performance class. Indeed, the most valid comparisons are with its Triumph ancestors, for it was the last of an evolutionary line of seat-of-the-pants TRs. 
 
The TR6 evolved by route of the Michelotti-styled TR4, and the TR4A’s independent rear suspension, then taking over the short-lived TR5/TR250’s smooth fuel-injected 2.5-litre six. It all sat in a hull reworked on a tight budget by Karmann, with an effective nose and tail face-lift; the centre section was unchanged. 
 
The TR6 isn’t the finest-handling sports car of its era, but many claim that it’s faster than an E-type on the wiggly bits. There’s also an elephant in the room in the form of the mechanical fuel-injection, which is prone to fuel vapourisation on a warm day, but that’s all part of the experience (and easily fixable these days, anyway). Just ensure you have a wicker picnic hamper so you can make out you intended to pull over while you wait for the pump to cool. A useful expedient is to make sure you keep the tank at least half full, which keeps the fuel reasonably cool. 
 
Which one to buy?
 
A total of 94,619 TR6s were built with 8370 finding homes in the UK. Currently there are 3398 licensed and 1218 SORN TR6s on UK roads. 
 
In its earliest Lucas fuel-injected form through to 1973, the TR6 delivered 150bhp and 0-60mph in 8.9 seconds, topping out at 118mph. Emissions legislation meant the US had to make do with twin Zenith-Stromberg carbs, 104bhp and 107mph, but it didn’t dampen enthusiasm. In 1973, fuel-injected cars were detuned to 125bhp. Stories about the system’s unreliability may have been true back in the day, but everything is fixable. The fuel pump will likely already have been swapped for a Bosch unit, eliminating most problems. 
 
The difference between the quoted initial 150bhp and the 1973-on 125bhp may seem alarmingly significant, but changes to the way power outputs were measured mean there’s little real difference. Alternatively, the injection might have been ditched in favour of sidedraught Webers or similar, which is fine, while the US-market cars came with twin Stromberg carburettors as standard, with less power.
 
Despite the antique separate chassis, albeit with rack-and-pinion steering and front discs, the TR6 was a hit, with 94,619 built through to 1976. Around 77,000 went to the US. Parts availability is almost at MGB levels (very good) and construction is as uncomplicated as it gets, with separate chassis and relatively simple body panels. Mechanicals are tough, easily fixed and uprated (much enjoyment to be had there). Overdrive makes a huge difference but wasn’t standard fitment until 1974, and a hardtop is useful as long as you can store it.
 
Performance and specs
 
Triumph TR6 (UK spec)
Engine 2498cc, in-line-six, 12 valve
Power 150bhp @ 5500rpm 
Torque 143 lb. ft torque 
Top speed 119 mph 
0-60mph 8.2 seconds
Fuel consumption 20-29 mpg (depending on specification)
Gearbox Four-speed manual overdrive
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Wheelbase 2235mm
Length 3950mm
Width 1550mm
Height 1270mm
Kerb weight 1130kg
 
Common problems
 
Unless you find a low mileage timewarp car, a vehicle of this age will have been through its share of repairs and resprays, being an older British sports it becomes even more crucial to ensure that the bodywork is in good condition. There are a number of points to look at when assessing a TR6 so let’s dive in. 
 
• The most important thing to look for is rust. Bubbling paintwork usually means that there is a lot more danger lurking below the surface. Particularly vulnerable spots are the front quarter panels, behind the rear wheels, under the carpets in the footwells and in the engine compartment where various fluids may have removed paint allowing rust to set in. A professional respray is usually required at some point and it is well worth looking for a car that has had this done in the not too distant past. 
 
• The TR6 frame can rust around the trailing arms for the rear suspension and where the differential is attached to the frame. Issues here may indicate a very expensive repair and/or a frame replacement. 
 
• Overheating was a common concern and most cars would have had some type of aftermarket electric radiator fans fitted to combat this. Make sure your cars cooling system is in top condition before signing on the dotted line. 
 
• The electrical system is thankfully not too complex and has no major issues other than those caused by frayed wiring or damaged looms. 
 
• Engines are robust and long lasting, high mileage at this age is not a major concern, rather look for evidence of regular servicing. Thrust washers are one of the few weak points and getting a TR mechanic to give the engine a once over can save you a lot of headaches in the future. 
 
• Gearboxes are strong and a worn unit is quickly diagnosed by sloppy shifts or worn synchros. Overdrive on early cars could cause problems. 
 
• On a positive note, parts are widely available and joining one of the Triumph clubs is a good way to get to know the best suppliers and how to tackle the most common issues. 
 
Model History 
 
1968: TR6 launched 
1969: Carburettor fed TR6 launched in US 
1970: New disc wheel option, new inlet manifold on US spec cars 
1971: Fan upgraded from 7 to 8 blades 
1972: Compression lowered for European cars improving driveability 
1973: Minor styling and equipment changes 
1974: Interior trim changes 
1975: Bumper overriders introduced on US models 
1976: Last fuel injected TR6 built in February and last US spec TR6 built in July. A total of 94,619 TR6’s built in total, the best-selling Triumph at that date
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
- vintagetriumphregister.org
- www.tr-register.co.uk
- www.club.triumph.org.uk
 
Summary and prices
 
There it is, then: the TR6, a cashmere hairshirt par excellence. In terms of performance per pound there was really nothing to match it in its time, and today it’s an even better price-performance package. With a touch of chest-wig brawn, it’s not only more potent but also more attainable than any earlier TR, more refined and comfortable, too. 
 
It’s by far the easiest real TR to own, with virtually everything available, even Heritage bodyshells. It taps into the past while crossing a bridge to modernity. Around £13,000 gets you a good condition example with a reasonable service history, with £25,000 will get top condition car. Anything sub-£10,000 is likely to be marginal or an honest project, so be aware when looking at cheaper cars. Find a TR6 that has been well maintained, and you can enjoy some of the finest open topped motoring that reasonable money can buy. 
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Last updated: 19th May 2016
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  • Triumph - TR6 - 1974

    €18,000 - €23,400 est. (£15,849 - £20,603.70 est.) €18,000 - €23,400 est. (£15,849 - £20,603.70 est.)
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    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1971

    €17,950(£15,804.98) €17,950(£15,804.98)

    This is a trade-in car Triumph TR6 Roadster 1971, trade-in car 1971 Triumph TR6 in British Racing Green with chrome wire wheels. The paint is mediocre but good enough for a driver’s car. The interior is neat and provided with black leatherette and the original wooden dashboard with wooden steering wheel. The car drives great and has Holland MOT till August 2018. This is a nice Triumph to drive and if necessary to improve. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1971
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1975

    €36,950(£32,534.48) €36,950(£32,534.48)

    Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1975 overdrive, body-off restored This Triumph TR6 is fully body-off restored and provided with the beautiful original Mimosa Yellow (64) paint. The TR6 has alloy wheels and a black soft top. The revised 2498 CC engine has 3 new Weber carburators and is connected to the manual gearbox with overdrive. It really is a great car. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1975
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1976

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1976, overdrive, Tahiti Blue This Tahiti Blue Triumph TR6 was delivered in 1976. This special colour was only available on the later TR6 models and is a great combination with the chromeparts. The interior has a wooden dashboard in good condition and black leatherette seats. The Triumph TR6 drives great and is even more comfortable thanks to the popular overdrive. This Triumph is ready for a lot of driving fun. Car has German title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1976
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  • Triumph TR6 Roadster 1973

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 Roadster 1973 Overdrive, British Racing Green This fabulous 1973 Triumph TR6 Roadster was delivered in British Racing Green paint. A really marvellous combination with the chrome wire wheels and several chrome details. The Triumph has 3 double Weber carburators and the very popular overdrive option which makes the car drive great. The Triumph also has power brakes. The interior has the original dashboard with wooden steering wheel and original radio. The seats have black skaï which offers a lot of comfort. This Triumph produces a great sound and is ready for a lot of rides. Car has German title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1973
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  • Triumph TR6 Roadster 1970

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    Triumph TR6 Roadster 1970 in very good condition This fabulous Triumph TR6 has very beautiful Pimento red paint with chrome details. Technics fully checked in our workshop. The car has got new brakes and the powerful 6 cyl engine ist fully adjusted, therefore the car drives great. The interior has a beautiful wooden dashboard and black leatherette seats with head support, which are very confortable to make driving a pleasure. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1970
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  • 1970 Triumph TR6

    $21,900(£16,216.95) $21,900(£16,216.95)

    The British aguably were the inventors of the small sports roadster. MG, Austin Healey, Lotus and Mini all built small bore sports cars characterized by lightweight designs that utilized small engines mated to nimble sporty chassis. Triumph really raised the bar with the design of the TR-6. Featuring a 2.5 liter, 6 cylinder engine and independent suspension, the car brought the performance to a much higher level, and came to epitomize the best of the British roadsters. These cars are quick, easily keep up with modern traffic while offering comfortable accommodations, good utility and ease of use. The car on offer here is a restored 1970 TRIUMPH TR6. The quality of this car is self-evident and the car is fully sorted and one of the best driving Triumphs we have ever driven. The car comes with reams of paperwork documenting the restorative work done on the car over the years. Always enthusiast owned, the car has had a level care bestowed upon it that is rarely seen. This is a rust free car and has been for its entire life. The car had a glass out respray in its original Jasmine Yellow; the quality of the paintwork is excellent with great shine and deep luster. The quality extends to

    • Year: 1970
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1972

    €27,950(£24,609.98) €27,950(£24,609.98)

    Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1972 Sapphire Blue, Overdrive This marvellous Triumph TR6 was delivered with fabulous Sapphire Blue paint, a very nice combination with the chrome. The TR6 also has the original wheels with decorative rings. The softtop has dark blue cloth upholstery. This Triumph has the optional Overdrive which makes the car drive great. The Triumph has a beautiful interior with black leather and the original wooden dashboard. The seats have head-support which provides even more comfort. This Triunph is not only driving perfect, it also is a pleasure to see. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1972
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  • Triumph TR6 Roadster 1971

    €32,950(£29,012.48) €32,950(£29,012.48)

    Triumph TR6 Roadster 1971 fully restored This in 1971 delivered Triumph TR6 Roadster was fully restored in Germany in the original colour combination Laurel Green with a beautiful black interior. The restoration was in detail, a lot of documentation is present. Technics are also fully revised and that’s why this Triumph drives really great. The Heritage Certificate of the TR6 is present. Car has German title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1971
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  • TRIUMPH TR6 2.5 PI 1971

    £32,950 £32,950

    This is a 1 owner 1971 Triumph TR6 150hp with overdrive and only 65000 miles from new, matching numbers. The car was originally delivered to the owner new in Singapore to UK spec. The TR spent it's early life in Singapore being only used sparingly at weekends and special occasions. In December 1987 the car was repatriated when the owner moved back to the UK. Once again the car was used occasionally at the weekends and always in the dry. The car was stored in a heated garage. As the owner got older the car was used less and less until his demise in 2016. We purchased the car from his widow and although in outstanding structural condition it was clear that the car needed 'refreshing' and re-commissioning. ;We stripped the car down, removing the engine and gearbox and stripping the interior basically to a bare shell. On inspection it was clear that the TR6 had all it's original panels and had never been welded and there was no rust present. We re-finished the paintwork and serviced the engine, we replaced the clutch and flywheel which were balanced together with the balanced prop-shaft, which was fitted with new UJ's, we also replaced the brakes completely, fitted a new up-rated radiator and replaced various items under the bonnet, a new battery was fitted . We also serviced the engine and renewed the fuel lines. The TR also has its original factory hard top.;The interior of he car was re-fitted using the original seats and belts with renewal of the carpets only being necessary due to sun damage. The hood is original and in good condition as is the tonneau cover and hood envelope. We also fitted a new set of chrome wire wheels and tyres. We have a photographic record of this work which will be passed on to the new owner.;The end result is a TR6 that is both stunning to look at and in condition. The car drives extremely well with the overdrive working smoothly. This we believe is the only 1 owner Triumph TR6 to come to market in recent times, accordingly the car is not cheap, particularly with the level of work that we have undertaken and the cars excellent provenance. The Triumph will be sold with a new MOT. ;The car represents a blue chip investment for the discerning collector and must be the best TR6 available in the market today.

    • Mileage: 65000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.498
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  • TRIUMPH TR6 2.5 PI 1973

    £25,950 £25,950

    Here we have a fine Triumph TR6, this time an older restoration but a superb car and well mellowed. Being a 1974 this is one of the last TR6's to be built, this particular car has overdrive, chrome wire wheels and a sports exhaust. Finished in the very pleasing colour of Pimento red with black trim the car is a real dazzler. Mechanically the car is great and drives extremely well the paintwork is near flawless with no rust anywhere. The car has a massive history file including photos and invoices of work completed over the years including the restoration. The hood is in excellent condition and the TR6 has a tonneau cover and a hood envelope, there is also a workshop manual and three different steering wheels.The car has just been MOT'd and is ready to go for the rest of the summer. The price also includes 3 months parts and labour guarantee.

    • Mileage: 97500 mi
    • Engine size: 2.498
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  • TRIUMPH TR6 2.5 PI 1973

    £25,950 £25,950

    Here we have another fine TR6, this time an older restoration but a superb car and well mellowed. Being a 1974 this is one of the last TR6's to be built, this particular car has overdrive, chrome wire wheels and a sports exhaust. Finished in the very pleasing colour of Pimento red with black trim the car is a real dazzler. Mechanically the car is great and drives extremely well the paintwork is near flawless with no rust anywhere. The car has just been MOT'd and is ready to go for the rest of the summer.

    • Engine size: 2.498
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  • Triumph TR6 2.5 PI

    £22,995 £22,995

    About this Triumph TR6 2.5 PI We are happy to be offering this 1973 Triumph TR6 finished in Mimosa Yellow with Black interior. The car is one of 8,370 UK cars produced and as such is fitted with the Lucas mechanical fuel injection system. The car is generally in excellent allround condition and drives very well, pulling strongly through all the gears and with the overdrive working as it should. There is a factory hard top available and a host of paperwork comprising of old MOTs and invoices for servicing and other work done over the years. This includes a top end rebuild in 2011 at which point the cylinder head was adapted to run on Unleaded fuel. With prices for these gutsy convertibles on the rise, we believe that this car will not only provide its new owner with lots of fun but also represent very good value classic motoring. Please add £1000 for the hardtop.....

    • Mileage: 8687 mi
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  • Triumph TR6 Pi Cabriolet 1973

    €22,950(£20,207.48) €22,950(£20,207.48)

    Triumph TR6 Pi 1973 drivers condition This Triumph was delivered in 1973 with white paint (Triumph Pure White) and original TR6 wheels. The paint has some traces of use. The powerful injection engine is in good condition and is easy to handle thanks to the manual gearbox with optional overdrive. The Triumph drives very well and the black leatherette seats are very comfortable. The interior has the original wooden dashboard with original TR 6 steering wheel. When you are looking for a well driving TR6 Pi than this Triumph is a good choice. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1973
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  • Triumph TR6 1976 Overdrive

    €24,950(£21,968.48) €24,950(£21,968.48)

    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 1976 Overdrive This sporty Triumph TR6 has the original 2498CC engine with 105 HP and overdrive. . The Triumph was always very well maintained and produces a great sound. Technics are fully checked and revised, that’s why the Triumph drives perfect. The exterior has beautiful white paint and the interior has black leather. The seats have head-support and a lot of comfort. The interior is decorated with the original wooden dashboard with wooden steering wheel. This Triumph drives perfect and is ready for a lot of pleasure rides. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1976
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  • Triumph TR6

    £19,950 £19,950

    British Racing Green Triumph TR6 - British Heritage Certificate - Date of build 31 August 1972. Tax Exempt. A little more than 84000 miles. This is a LHD, North American Export, having lived most of its life in sunny Florida; the car is in immaculate all round condition with very few signs of rust. Excellent body work and drive. The car was re-sprayed many years ago to the lovely British Racing Green colour. I imported the car nearly 4 years ago from Holland and she drives very well. I have fitted classic wire wheels, bullet style door mirrors. The electrics have also been overhauled. The car has been very well cared for over the years. The chrome work is immaculate and so too is the engine bay. The car comes with a lovely walnut dashboard and classic steering wheel.The carpet trim is black and seats biscuit colour - all immaculate. The hood is also a lovely biscuit colour and fully functional. Comes with British Heritage Certificate and full service history. Spare wheel, jack and toolkit included along with copy of the original handbook. I have plenty of extra pictures which can easily be sent. mhenzell@outlook.com Competitive offers please as the stated price is fully justified. Contact details: Tel 07720656301 email: mhenzell@outlook.com

    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 84000 mi
    For sale
    Mark Henzell
  • TRIUMPH TR6 2.5 Injection 150HP 1971

    £32,950 £32,950

    This is a 1 owner 1971 Triumph TR6 150hp with overdrive and only 65000 miles from new, matching numbers. The car was originally delivered to the owner new in Singapore to UK spec. The TR spent it's early life in Singapore being only used sparingly at weekends and special occasions. In December 1987 the car was repatriated when the owner moved back to the UK. Once again the car was used occasionally at the weekends and always in the dry. The car was stored in a heated garage. As the owner got older the car was used less and less until his demise in 2016. We purchased the car from his widow and although in outstanding structural condition it was clear that the car needed 'refreshing' and re-commissioning. ;We stripped the car down, removing the engine and gearbox and stripping the interior basically to a bare shell. On inspection it was clear that the TR6 had all it's original panels and had never been welded and there was no rust present. We re-finished the paintwork and serviced the engine, we replaced the clutch and flywheel which were balanced together with the balanced prop-shaft, which was fitted with new UJ's, we also replaced the brakes completely, fitted a new up-rated radiator and replaced various items under the bonnet, a new battery was fitted . We also serviced the engine and renewed the fuel lines. The TR also has its original factory hard top.;The interior of he car was re-fitted using the original seats and belts with renewal of the carpets only being necessary due to sun damage. The hood is original and in good condition as is the tonneau cover and hood envelope. We also fitted a new set of chrome wire wheels and tyres. We have a photographic record of this work which will be passed on to the new owner.;The end result is a TR6 that is both stunning to look at and in condition. The car drives extremely well with the overdrive working smoothly. This we believe is the only 1 owner Triumph TR6 to come to market in recent times, accordingly the car is not cheap, particularly with the level of work that we have undertaken and the cars excellent provenance. The Triumph will be sold with a new MOT. ;The car represents a blue chip investment for the discerning collector and must be the best TR6 available in the market today.

    • Mileage: 65000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.498
    For sale
  • TRIUMPH TR6 - 1970

    £17,495 £17,495

    Finished in stunning Signal Red with contrasting immaculate black leather interior and red piping. Recent full service and MOT. Runs and drives beautifully. Great opportunity to own and use a piece of classic motoring history!

    • Mileage: 54000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.498
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1974

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1974 British Racing Green, in very good condition The TR6 is an english roadster from Triumph, produced between 1968 and 1976. In the early nineties the car was fully restored in Holland and is in a beautiful and well maintained condition. Photos of the restoration are present. The car has British Racing Green Paint and black leater interior. This TR6 has the powerful 2498 CC, 6 cyl, 104 HP engine and a 4 speed manual gearbox. When you are looking for a beautiful TR6 ready to drive in a beautiful colour combination, this one is a good choice. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1974
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  • Triumph TR6 Cabriolet 1973

    €24,950(£21,968.48) €24,950(£21,968.48)

    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1973, overdrive This marvellous Triumph TR6 was delivered in 1973 in Pimento Red paint. The Triumph has the original rims with chrome ornamental rings. Technics are fully restored in our workshop and all the brakes were renewed. The powerful 2498CC engine drives great thanks to the manual gearbox with overdrive. The interior has black leather and seats with headsupport. Recently the beautiful dashboard was restored and looks as new. This very well driving Triumph TR6 is ready for lots of driving fun. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1973
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  • Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1974

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Triumph TR6 cabriolet 1974 in very good condition This very beautiful white Triumph TR6 was delivered in 1974. The past 24 years the car has had only 1 owner and is very well maintained. The car has the original TR6 wheels and chrome in very beautiful condition. The original interior has black leather and a wooden dashboard. This TR6 has the original 2498 CC, 120 HP engine and manual gearbox. The car also has a hard top. This is a beautiful and great driving Triumph TR6 in a very good condition. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1974
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  • 1973 Triumph TR-6 Roadster

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    (SOLD) This two owner, matching numbers TR6 Roadster has been lovingly cared for and always well maintained by a local British car specialist. In 2012 it had major service work performed which included items such as: body work and repaint in OEM Wimbledon White, a new interior and convertible top were installed, new tires & brakes added, rebuilt carbs, new master cylinder and clutch slave cylinder installed, new fuel lines and fuel pump installed, converted the original ignition system to electronic ignition, added a new battery, rebuilt the rear end, and replaced the left side rear trailing arm. There was a lot of other work done in 2012 as well, which we have receipts and records for. It was recently serviced by a local British shop that did a lot of the mechanical restorative work, and it has been driven less than 1,000 miles since all of the above work was completed. This car was one of the last TR6’ s built in August of 1972, according to its VIN#, but is titled as a 1973. She is clean, fresh, and reliable, and a lot of fun to drive. This could be your next daily driver, or you could easily take her to the next level, and make her a show winner.

    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 68965 mi
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  • 1969 Triumph TR-6 Roadster

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    This car has had a comprehensive restoration done by Classic Showcase to a show driver level. During the restoration process, the body was stripped to bare metal, the metal finished and fitted, and repainted in its original color, and color sanded and buffed to a spectacular finish. A complete, new interior was installed by Classic Showcase's master upholsterers, including seats, panels, carpeting, a convertible top, new windshield and door glass. The instruments were fully restored, and a new wood dash veneer was installed and finished. The engine, transmission, rear end, brake system, suspension were rebuilt by Classic Showcase master technicians. New bumpers were added to the front and rear, along with new trim and re-chroming, new rubber seals, a new set of tires, battery, and exhaust system. This car is a spectacular example, and ready to be driven, shown, and enjoyed by serious Triumph collectors and enthusiasts alike!

    • Year: 1969
    • Mileage: 82069 mi
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  • TRIUMPH TR6 - 1971

    £9,250 £9,250

    Just arrived is this great Triumph TR6. This is a very solid, runs good with very good oil pressure. ;;All import duties etc are already paid by us.;;There are around 60 photos including the underside on our website www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk. The paintwork is in good order with the exception of a small area on the NSR quarter. The trim needs a little tidying and the hood works fine, but could do with a new cover. ;;Priced sensibly, be quick to avoid disappointment.;;Our showroom in Hinckley is open 7 days a week. Any inspection welcome.

    • Mileage: 89710 mi
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