1976 Triumph TR6 for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased to offer
this impressive TR6 presented in white with black interior. This
TR6 was delivered new to Butler Welch Imports of Indianapolis,
Indiana and remained with its first owner for some 40 years.
Acquired and restored by Vintage Triumph Register National
Convention Chairman, Andrew Holliday. Original paperwork including
window sticker and refurbishment restoration photos including new
paint, door moldings, windshield moldings and more. New tires, trim
rings, rebuilt master cylinder, new brake pistons, lines, rear
cylinders, brake pads, cleaned and turned rear drums. Replaced fuel
tank and sender, fuel pump, rubber lines, wiring harness, ignition
switch and coolant hoses. Replaced Luk clutch, pressure plate and
disc and rebuilt clutch cylinders. Interior includes original but
updated with new foam black vinyl seats with perforated inserts.
Instrumentation includes 140 mph speedometer, 7k-rpm tachometer,
and auxiliary gauges. Odometer shows 23,724 original miles. The
engine is an original 2.5 inline dual zenith carburetor with
updated Pertronix electronic ignition module and vacuum advance
conversion. Engine block matches the serial number on the window
sticker. Compression test shows 100 compression of all cylinders.
Your inspection is invited!
1976 Triumph TR6
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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