This TR6 is presented in Inca Yellow exterior with Black Vinyl interior. It has a 2.5 liter in line 6 cylinder with a manual 4 speed trans mission. Other options include Black Convertible top, Black pinstripes, Black Tourneau cover, Black Vinyl interior, Chrome Beauty rings, Chrome Bullet drivers side mirror, Chrome door handles, Chrome front Bumper, Chrome headlight bezels, Chrome Luggage rack on deck lid,Chrome rear bumper, Chrome rear bumper, Dual Zenith 175 CD-2 Carburetors, Front Spoiler, NEW radial tires, NEW windshield, Red Line Spare Tire, Safety Belts, Smiths original gauges, Triumph Wood Grain Gear Shift Knob, Turn signals under the front bumper, Union Jack Badge in front grill, Union Jack TR6 decals on rear quarter fenders, Wood grain dash panel. The TR6 ranks among one of the most popular British cars for modern everyday transport. The TR6 was introduced in 1969 with a re-skinned body versus the prior TR5/250 . More TR6s were produced by Triumph than any prior TR: over ninety thousand were sold before the TR6 was replaced by the TR7 in 1976. The last fuel injected TR6 left the Coventry factory in July 1975. This one was built in July of 1975 and by the serial number we believe only 395 more TR6's were built after this one.The very last TR6s were assembled in July 1976. After this, TR enthusiasts were obliged to consider the wedge-shaped TR7 instead (many wouldn't), or an MGB, which became history in October 1980. But for the separate-chassis Triumph TRs, it was the end of an era, an amazing period covering 23 years of the Coventry company's often stormy history.The TR6 was MANUFACTURED from November 1968 to July 1976.1976 model year CF52315 U was the First production car built 5th Jan 76CF58328 U. The Last ever production TR6 built was on 15th July 1976. Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.