The TR6 offered by Classic Park is in a rarely seen wonderful condition. The restoration is of unprecedented quality. Which makes sense: the car was fully restored in the mid nineties for the owner of a large bodyshop. It’s clear the car had become the company’s showpiece. Lots of attention to detail went into the car and fittings of the body-parts have been given extra attention. The body has, especially for a TR6, beautiful fittings. The engine is equipped with three Weber carburetors. The car drives fantastic and still looks perfect. The paintwork is excellent.
For those looking for a real TR6 of incomparable quality!
The Triumph TR6 was one of the bestsellers of the TR series (TR2 to TR8). The car was produced from 1969-1976. Total production was 94,619 cars.
The TR6’s appearance was much like its predecessor, the TR5, although the front and back had a more angular design. This was a characteristic feature of the body’s designer Karmann. The previous TR models were designed by Italian Giovanni Michelotti.
The TR6 was initially equipped with a six-cylinder fuel injection engine that produced 145 hp. This was later reduced to 125 hp to improve handling. A four-speed gearbox was standard but the optional overdrive for the top gears was very popular, as it allowed a more "aggressive" driving style.
The car had independent rear suspension (with semi-trailing arm), rack and pinion steering, 15-inch (380 mm) wheels and tires, carpeted floors and trunk, bucket seats and extensive instrumentation. At the front were disc brakes, the rear drum had brakes. A steel hardtop, which had to be placed by two people was optional. Many owners replaced the engine driven ventilator on the radiator by an electric one, in order to prevent overheating. The TR6 had a top speed of 190 km / h (120 mph).
1973 Triumph TR6.
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