Ultra Motorsports is very pleased to offer this lovely 1976 Triumph TR6 w/ factory OVERDRIVE!! This 1976 Triumph TR6 presents very well. This car was sold new in our home town of Fort Wayne, Indiana at Cloverleaf Motors. The dealership is long gone, but the car has stayed, being passed along by only two owners. Finished in British Racing Green, the exterior shows very well. There are two very small paint blemishes that are rather inconspicuous and about the size of a pencil eraser. The interior of the car is brand new within the last 30 days. A full interior kit was purchased from Moss Motors and professionally installed. The dash is in good shape with no visible cracks in the vinyl and only a small amount of wear on the wood face. The top is in excellent condition as well as the boot. The underside is solid with no previous floor work. The usual problem areas such as the trunk and battery box area are in excellent condition as well. It appears as though this vehicle was given a Dealer Installed Rust Protection when new. This is certainly what has saved it from our Indiana climate. All of the chrome is very nice. All weatherstripping and gaskets are in excellent condition as well. Mechanically this car seems to be operating exactly as it should. All instuments are working properly. The very desirable OVERDRIVE option is working perfectly. If you are planning on driving to car shows or driving to wine country on the weekends, overdrive is a must have option. The ORIGINAL engine and transmission are operating perfectly. The engine compartment is clean and acceptable enough to raise the bonnet with pride at any car show. There are also no leaks or noises that would raise concern. Our shop could gladly perform a compression test for a potential buyer. Overall, the TR6 presents very well and is very competitively priced. Please call our office (260)969-5666 or Rich (260)704-0234 for additional photos, videos, or information. Ultra Motorsports works with a variety of lenders and can assist with shipping Worldwide. -- EXTERIOR: Excellent Overall Exterior Condition; Glossy Paint; Excellent Exterior Trim; Excellent Windshield; No Scratches, Dents, Rust; Fully Detailed; No Accidents; No Body Work -- INTERIOR: Excellent Overall Interior Condition; Excellent Dashboard; Excellent Carpets; Excellent Headliner/Panels; Excellent Trunk/Cargo Space; Excellent Seats; Excellent Floor Mats; No Scratches, Tears, Holes, Dents, Stains, Discoloring; Fully Detailed
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