1973 Triumph TR6 w/Overdrive
Restored California Car, Rebuilt Engine
Super clean 1973 Triumph TR6 w/Overdrive for sale. This is the second time we've had this special car at Left Coast Classics. It is nicely restored with many great upgrades. The car underwent a restoration in the late 1990s with really nicely done color change to Carmine Red, it has been used very lightly since. The paint is still in very good condition, holds a rich, deep shine and has only minor wear as expected with use. All body panels appear to be original.
This TR6 is loaded with many great upgrades such as front and rear suspension modified for improved handling and lowered stance, Performance front coil springs, and Koni shocks, rear suspension converted to Konis replacing the original Armstrong lever shocks, rear sway-bar, Panasport Racing 8-spoke wheels with wide 215/60R15 Goodyear Eagle GT tires and upgraded Hella H4 headlights with added relays for both high and low beams.
The original 6-cylinder engine (Engine # CF9822UE) was rebuilt last year only a few hundred miles ago and runs fantastic with plently of power. It features Pertronix ignition, coil, new plug wires, and adjusted and balanced carbs. A spin-on oil filter adapter was also added for easier oil changes. It performs fantastically. Download rebuild receipt at www.leftcoastclassics.com.
The black interior in very good condition - seats, carpets, mats, door panels, and rear storage area all look great. A new French Walnut dash from The Roadster Factory was recently installed. Electrics are in good working condition. This includes the overdrive, all gauges, exterior lighting, turn signals, backup light, interior lights, instrument lighting, glove box light, heater/def fan, and wipers. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo with removable faceplate and front/rear speakers sound great as well.
This is a very nice California TR6; reliable, beautifully cared for and sorted and ready for summer!
Call Donn at 707-332-8331 for more info.
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