This extraordinary classic 1973 TR6 has only traveled 36575 miles.I
keep approximately six TR6 cars in stock on a regular basis and
have for forty years.This one is special.The smooth engine,tight
body and drive line condition sets this car a level above the
rest.Review the 58 pictures posted,take special note to the factory
straight body gaps and body panels.Note the door fit and gaps on
both sides of the car.When driving the car there are none of the
normal "TR6 rattles",very tight.The car comes with factory a/c,the
compressor is removed but all the plumbing and vents are in
place,it is my understanding that compressors are not a difficult
item to locate.The pictures posted speak for the car,it is really
that nice in person with a drive to equal the beautiful
cosmetics.If you shop thirty examples,this will be the one that
stands apart from the crowd.Review the 58 pictures,if the car holds
interest,contact me at 615-971-4409.The car is located at our
facility in the Nashville TN metro area.There will be an additional
$299 dealer doc fee assessed to each sales transaction.Independent
inspections are welcomed and encouraged.This and other European
collectibles may be reviewed at JPFRAZIER.com
A vintage British roadster can be an expensive proposition both to buy and to service, especially if it has a six-cylinder engine.
I’ve had this car a few years. Like a lot of custom builders, your own car project seems to hit the back burner.
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