Like many old sports cars, they were frequently run into the ground, with body and mechanical repairs made via cannibalising other cars
Produced from 1969 to 1976, the Triumph TR6 marked the end of the line for the traditional sports car. As such, they have become much sought after by collectors and sports car enthusiasts.
The TR6 offered here is a good-looking car in very presentable overall condition. The subject of a complete nut-and-bolt restoration in the mid-1990s, this TR6 has been frequently driven since. Despite its use, the car has remained in tidy overall condition and would be highly suitable for continued use and enjoyment as-is.
This TR6 runs, drives and operates very well, and is a true pleasure to drive. Finished in the sporting livery of blue with brown interior, the low-slung and aggressive TR6 looks as good as it sounds. This is truly a driver’s car, and offers an authentic British sports car experience.