Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1974 Triumph TR6. Finished
in the attractive and original shade of Sapphire Blue, this TR6 was
purchased locally by the current Atlanta owner in 1987. Nice paint
quality over a straight and rust-free body. Bumpers, trim and
factory wheels are original and showing light patina. Coker Classic
redline tires. Newer convertible top. Underside is in good original
un-restored condition - while there is surface rust as you would
expect, we cannot find any rot and there is no evidence of accident
damage or prior rust repair.
Interior is tidy with carpets, door panels, seat upholstery, dash
and convertible boot cover all in good condition. Gauges are clear
and working and all lights work as they should.
Under the bonnet is a 2.5 liter inline six mated to a four-speed
manual transmission. The engine was rebuilt under present ownership
in the late 1980s around 114k miles. Additional service within the
last 1,000 miles has included a complete brake system and
suspension overhaul, Pertronix electronic ignition, rebuilt carbs
and a new battery. This TR6 starts easily and runs and drives well
- the straight six is torquey and smooth and the gearbox feels good
with no crunchy synchros.
For more information about this 1974 Triumph TR6 for sale at
Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1974 Triumph TR6
Exterior Color:Sapphire Blue
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