This is our 1969 Triumph TR-6 coated in bright Arctic White paint. The interior is an immaculate black leather with matching top. This car is clean, clean, clean. Everything works, including the hood latch. This is a true turn key sports car. It has been fully restored and is ready to hop in and go. It’s powered by a 2.5L Inline 6cyl engine that is more than peppy enough to move it around, and the 4 speed manual transmission makes back roads an absolute blast. With summer coming soon, think about how great it would be to drop the top and hit the road in this little beauty. This is an absolutely stunning example of an early british sports car. This is also a first year car, just adding to it’s collectability. They don’t make ’em like this anymore, so here’s your chance to own one of the early greats!
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.
The Pick of the Day was created by an Air Force pilot from an aircraft belly tank, custom tube frame and Volvo running gear.
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