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Very Sharp TR6 w/ Doc'd History & 64k Believed Actual Miles, 152ci 6 Cyl, 4 Spd!

Convertible BODY TYPE
152 c.i. inline 6 cyl. ENGINE
Gasoline FUEL

1975 Triumph TR-6 Description:

Vehicle Original VIN : CF39037U
This 1975 Triumph TR6 is a life-long southern car with a terrific legacy. It makes for a well-loved and well-maintained drop-top where you'll love taking it about for a drive and then telling its story everywhere you arrive.

We all want a car with a history, and this one has a terrific one. It was initially bought as an appreciation gift for a local grocery store manager in Savannah, Georgia. And the Java Green paint seems fitting since this was the heyday of S&H Green Stamps. And since the car was a reward, it was respectfully kept for 16 years and sold in 1991 to its second owner (the 22k miles on the odometer were believed to be all he drove.) The second owner continued the tradition of good care while also driving and enjoying. The car was part of a special bond with his stepdaughter and so she inherited the car in 2002. It was even given the name Beatrice along the way because it was a true member of the family. Since 2021, she has been under the care of only her fourth owner ever. All of this creates a tradition of respect and care that's seen on the car today. The distinct green paint is largely the factory application (aside from the trunk/boot and touch-ups.) It has a clean style with the right maturity to help tell the tale of originality. And there are nice details like how the black pinstripe goes with the rear panel and black roof, and the rear luggage rack is pure European sports car cool. It makes for a total package that has a well-fitting and stylish presentation that makes this Triumph desirable beyond its unique history.

Since you like the black accent so much on the outside, it only gets better on the inside. The black interior looks great against the minty green exterior, which is exactly what you want on a convertible that's meant to be open to the world. This was given a major refresh to be sure the bucket seats, carpeting, door panels, and the wood on the dash look clean and inviting. Even with the newer investment, this keeps the right classic style, including the classic AM/FM radio that's still there for a display. We're even told this was a factory A/C car (the components are currently removed to focus on power.) And we especially like the overall useful feeling that this was made to be driven. The grippy sports steering wheel, well-placed shifter, and a dash full of crisp Smiths gauges are instantly engaging.

The engine bay's presentation is a lesson in proper preservation - right down to the factory decals. The extensive history file even details some nice investments in the 2.5-liter inline six. Plus, the way this one fires up with gusto is another reminder of the care this car has received over the years. And with the dual Stromberg carburetors feeding the motor, there's plenty of power to move this lightweight convertible in a hurry. This powerful acceleration is in your full control thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And the fully independent sports suspension and power brakes with front discs ensure this TR6 really embodies the nimble British roadster.

The sale comes complete with a binder that gives a detailed story of the love for Beatrice. There's also the owner's manual, a service manual, receipts for build/maintenance, a car cover, a tonneau cover, and other useful components. It all proves that this is likely the most exceptional TR6 you can get your hands on right now. So don't miss your chance, call today!


Item location:Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Interior color:Black
Engine:152 c.i. inline 6 cyl.
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