1976 Triumph TR-6, original red with all factory equipment. No rust - this is a southern California and Arizona car since its original purchase. Since I've owned this classic in 2012, some visual and comfort changes have been made. The seat upholstery was upgraded to sunbrella material for minimum wear while keeping the original tan color. The carpeting also was quality upgraded to maintain wear-ability. All gauges are fully functional and original including the stunning original wood dashboard. There are the expected door dings and normal wear with the original paint. Top is in good condition with a tear caused by the folding roof frame; not repaired as the top is always down with the newly purchased tonneau cover always used. I was told upon my purchase, that the left rear quarter panel was repaired and repainted. Other than the interior upgrading, repairs made under my ownership have been minimal and normal to maintain the joy of this British classic that runs great!
The Pick of the Day has been driven just 7,689 miles
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.
The great Triumph TR6. The TR6 was the last of the old British roadsters and is one of the easiest to live with as well. The Pick of the Day is a 1970 Triumph TR6 located in San Antonio.
The 1969 through 1976 Triumph TR6 was known as the quick, nimble, what-a-blast-to-drive and totally British sports cars of the day.
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