1976 Triumph TR-6  

   1976 Triumph TR-6  


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This example features strong mechanicals and is a pleasure to drive. The engine was recently gone over in Janurary and $1,122 spent on various gasket replacement (w / receipts) I want to note that we receipts for various work performed since 2003. This includes extensive drivetrain work to the sum of $2,723 in 2003. The brake rotors were replaced and the system gone through in 2008. This car has current Texas inspection. 

The black convertible top is in good condition and seals up well, protected by its black vinyl boot when down.

The brown vinyl bucket seating is in good condition throughout.  

The interior features comfortable bucket seating along with a clean and detailed original dash.The instruments are the original Smiths gauges. The trunk is clean and detailed. 

The undercarriage displays good flooring throughout and a clean engine underside. This is an undetailed underbody with a factory thick frame.

Popular and stylish today, the TR6 makes for a great "GT" grand touring car. 

The dual exhaust pipes have a deep tone, be sure to play our video.

Karmann body influence is evident in the styling of the TR-6. 

The TR6 came to the end of its production in July, 1976. Enduring still, the Triumph TR series provides excellent enjoyment along with increased power from its larger 6 cylinder engine, unlike many British sports cars it was in competition with.  

Black Convertible Top Boot

The door undersides are solid.

The quarter panels are in good condition on both sides.

Factory 4-Lug Vented Steel Wheels

Luggage Rack & Bumper Guards