1976 Triumph


White with Tan interior, Tan carpets and Black convertible top, Fully Restored, 4-speed manual, Daytona wire wheel and Factory hard top.

The TR story started in 1952 when Harry Webster's design team, along with body designer Walter Belgrove, showed their concept of a new ‘Triumph Sports Car' at Earls Court. Public reaction proved positive and over the following winter Webster's team worked hard to develop a production model. 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 has been restored to concours condition over the past decade. A full binder of receipts and photographs document the care that went in to the restoration of this fine TR6. The engine was rebuilt in 2001 when the odometer was just shy of 50,000 miles indicating only 6300 miles of use over the past 13 years. The TR6 received a full service just 1300 miles ago.

This collector owned TR6 is addition to anyones automotive stable.

Price: $39,500