The Triumph TR6 was a best-selling British sports car built between
1968 and 1976. It has long been the favorite of British sports car
aficionados around the world thanks to its good looks, great
handling and solid performance. The number of car clubs dedicated
to the car attest to its popularity.
This 1969 Triumph TR6 represents the breed especially well. Looking great in green and black, it draws attention without shouting. The engine moves the car with alacrity, humming smoothly under the hood and transferring power to the wheels through a well-matched four speed manual transmission. This is a driving machine, and the whole experience of the car reinforces that impression.
If you're the previous owner of a TR6, and rue the day you sold the car, this is your chance to turn back time. Live those top-down glory days once again. For those of you who have never yet owned a TR6, this is your chance to join the club-literally. You will enjoy the car itself, of course, but you might be surprised at how much you also enjoy the camaraderie of fellow British sports car enthusiasts. It's like a family, and you'll be warmly welcomed.
Don't just stand there on the outside looking in! Call Art & Speed today at (901) 850-0507. We'd love to introduce you to some friends. Financing http://www.artandspeed.com/finance available.
Read more about the specifics of the car below.
2.5L Inline 6 Cylinder Engine
Twin Single Barrel Stromberg Carburetors
Four Speed Manual Transmission
Power Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes
Rack and Pinion Steering
Semi-Trailing Arm Independent Rear Suspension
185R15 91S Coker Classic Redline Tires
Factory Wheel Covers
Green Finish with Red Pinstripe
Black Vinyl Convertible Top
Red Outline "TR6"
Good Chrome Bumpers (without rubber)
Nice Chrome Rocker Panel Strip
Centered Gas Filler Cap
Black Vinyl Bucket Seats with Tall Headrests
Great Black Carpet
Black Floor Mats
Factory Steering Wheel
Very Nice Wood Dash
Excellent Sun Visors, Passenger Side with Vanity Mirror
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