The Triumph TR6 was released in 1969 as a worthy successor to the TR5 combining the 6 cylinder 2.5L fuel injected engine and fully independent suspension from this model with the restyled Karmann bodywork. The TR6 remained in production until 1976 and is regarded with much affection as the last of the "hairy chested" British two seat sports convertibles.
Our 1974 Racing Green TR6 was acquired late December 2012 from Classic Chrome of Mortlake, South London. During the mid 1990’s the engine was rebulit by Enginuity, the London based TR specialists, to unleaded specification. Further work included a reconditioned gearbox, new clutch, replacement overdrive unit and new steering rack. In early 2000 Enginuity carried out a body restoration and repaint and more recently the car has benefitted from a new dashboard, reconditioned differential unit, new diff mounts and refurbished “original style” steel wheels. The softop is a superb fitting black canvas hood.
Back with Enginuity in early 2013 for refurbishment of the seats and centre console, new carpets, new wiring loom and restoration of the front end bodywork including engine bay detailing the car is now better than ever.
This TR6 is an example of what a TR6 should look, feel and drive like with its classic combination of British Racing Green paintwork, black vinyl trim, wooden dashboard, period moto lita steering wheel and powerful 6 cylinder fuel injected engine with 4 speed overdrive gearbox.
Note: power, performance and economy figures are estimates and cannot be relied upon. They are for illustration purposes only.
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