Nice, clean car.....NO RUST...excellent chassis, body, floors, fairly nice original green paint, excellent door and panel fit, 145 psi compression in every cylinder, no smoke, 90 psi oil pressure when warm, new radials, tubular headers (perhaps a reason the engine revs so quickly and feels more powerful than a stock TR6) four pipe exhaust, new reduction gear racing style starter motor. Seats and carpets were recently replaced, has new sear belts, all original gauges work,Original top is very good and just had new plastic windows installed. We are fitting a new trans mount, new tie rod end boots, new sway bar bushings, very clean engine bay, very good original wiring and electrics, recently installed new calipers and flex lines, a lot of 'classic sports car' for the money.
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.
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