The Triumph TR6 is one of the last great British roadsters. It
combines the features we enjoy like the powerful and lively
six-cylinder motor with the comfort of a full interior with roll-up
windows. But most of all, it doesn't betray the sprightly nature
that makes us fall in love on the backroads. That's why we love to
find this turn-key smile machine available at an affordable
We often see these drop-tops in green or black, so it's
distinctively nice to see this Triumph in its factory-correct shade
of Damson plum purple. It gives this a hint of vividness you get
from red, but with a deeper tone. Sort of like if you let an
intense color visit a British finishing school. The body's design
was a continued evolution of the TR series, but now it had more
muscular fender lines. Even the little details are aggressive such
as bright trim ring around the wheels that are reminiscent of
Chevy's rally package. Another great touch for American-style
appeal are wraparound chrome bumper. But there was also not
mistaking its heritage with a flat Kamm-back treatment that was
also seen on the larger Triumphs of the day.
The crisp soft top looks quite nice against the deep purple
exterior. But since these are more fun when they're open to the
world, it's great to see you still get this terrific color combo
with the roof down. The full black interior completes the
factory-correct color combo, and this one keeps a clean look with
mix of good preservation and a few proper investments over the
years. There are nice details like a correct-style AM/FM/cassette
stereo and racing tonneau over the interior. And this is a true
driver's machine with the high-back bucket seats, a grippy
three-spoke sports steering wheel, and a dashboard full of Smiths
gauges are ideal of enthusiasts.
The TR6 is particularly coveted for its motor. It has 2.5-liter
inline-six backed by dual Stromberg carburetors, so it's one of the
most powerful lightweight British roadsters of the era. The
four-speed manual transmission puts you in full control and the
center of the action. And the fully independent suspension and
power brakes w/discs up front are all about delivering the agile
sports car experience.
British roadster is a sign of distinction, and it only gets better
with a ready-to-run Triumph in a distinctive factory correct color.
We'll even keep the secret of how little you paid to get all of
this. Call today!!!