1973 TR6 Roadster
It is hard to not like a TR6, especially one of the earlier ones with full chrome bumpers without the large rubber tips that were installed to accommodate safety regulations of the era. This great original British Roadster came to us from Georgia and has only 81k miles on the odometer. The power from the in-line 2.5 liter six cylinder is smooth and it has all the charm any European Sports car would want. This great British Roadster is an older restoration that still shows well and has strong mechanicals. It is done and tuned to be very drivable, and we have a plethora of receipts to verify a lot of what was done. The Red paint is smooth and glossy with only some minor imperfections and chips from being driven. If you are looking for a solid, great running, chrome bumper TR6 that that has new seat covers, fabulous wood dash and top, and is a fine combination of original and restored, this one will make its new owner proud and bring lots of smiles as it slips along the streets of its new hometown.
Finished in glossy Signal Red
Brand new Black Seat Covers</li<>
120 MPH Speedometer with 81k miles
Smooth running 2.5 liter 6 cylinder
Full exhaust with dual outlet tips
Fully Synchronized 4 speed gear box
Very nice Wood Trim on the dash
Full gauge package in the dash
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Rack and Pinion Steering
Dual Hydraulic Self Adjusting Brakes
Original 15 inch Factory Wheels
165R15 Red Line Radial Tires
Front Chin Spoiler
Solid and clean undercarriage
Black Vinyl Top with Top Boot Cover
Excellent Glass and Chrome
In Dash Electric Tach
*Loan approval and payments based OAC. Estimated payment amounts are based on a 84 month term, 5.99% APR, and 20% down payment
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