1976 Triumph


Tahiti Blue with Tan interior with Tan carpets, 72,500 miles, 4-speed manual w/Overdrive, Factory A/C and Factory hardtop.

The TR6 was introduced in January 1969, using similar chassis and running gear components to those used in the TR5/TR250. However, the body work, while retaining some elements of the TR5/TR250 design, was externally restyled by Karmann most notably recognized by the way the front and back ends are squared off. The TR6 destined for the U.S. market featured a carbureted inline six-cylinder engine. The Triumph TR6 was the best-seller of the TR range built by Triumph when production ended in July of 1976. This TR6 offered for sale was the 373rd from the last car built making it one of the last manufactured prior to the end of production in July of 1976.

This TR6 was sold new to George Kosovilka of Stanford, CT on April 15, 1976. This matching numbers example that was then fully restored by its second owner, John Ignoza of Point Pleasant, NJ. Over the course of this 3 year project (1994 to 1996) no expense was spared to make this TR6 beautiful, quick, safe and an absolute joy to drive.

During the restoration, this TR6 received the following improvements. SU Carburetors, electronic ignition, roller rockers, high performance valves, springs, guides, dual SS falcon exhaust. Suspension upgrades include performance springs, front and rear sway bars, tubular shocks, drilled high performance brakes and Minilite wheels.

This TR6 comes with extensive documentation and photographs of the restoration performed, including a binder of receipts for all work performed.

An excellent example of Triumph's iconic TR6 in ready to use condition.

Price: $39,500