CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS AT 540-949-8764. MON-THURS 8:00A-6:00P EASTERN TIME, PLEASE! This first-year 1969 TR6 with extremely low miles (48,000 actual) has spent its whole life in California. This is a true rust-free, un-damaged car, featuring its original paint in its engine compartment, and still showing some of its rust-proofing which has not been wiped off in the engine bay. It has had a very high end re-spray, and the body is straight with extremely nice gaps. The interior is fresh, and the car drives incredibly nice. Fitted with new redlines on original wire wheels, this super low mile rust-free car is the one you want, as it is the highest compression, lowest emission, earlier version of fabulous TR6 that you can get, and it is as close to the original interpretation as possible. The high back seats are original and unique to the 1969 model year, as well as the painted windshield frame. This car still features the fender beading on the rear fenders, which is correct only for 1969. An incredibly honest, very strong running, super solid car that is ready to go. Please visit our website for more details at www.GassmanAutomotive.com! VA Dealer #0727
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