Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this sharp 1973 Triumph TR6. This car went through an entire frame-off restoration in 2014 and has upgrades even since then. The TR6 was built by the Triumph Motor Company in England from 1968 to 1976. The TR6 was the best-selling model for Triumph surpassing all other TR models. Triumph Motor Company sold 91,850 TR6 s and out of those 83,480 were exported. This 1973 Triumph TR6 was painted a beautiful red exterior and it has black vinyl seats that are in excellent condition. Powering this TR6 is an Inline 6 followed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Just imagine yourself driving down a back-country road, wind in your hair, hugging the corners in this British sports car. Since the restoration a new soft top, brake work, a new electric fuel pump, temp sensor, exhaust system, and fresh tune up have all been completed. This TR6 also has had new Panasport Z-light Aluminum Alloy wheels Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires. This 73 comes with many extras like the soft top boot to cover it when folded, cockpit Tonneau cover, and even mechanic chaps to protect the fenders when working on the car. Put the convertible top down and blend in to your surroundings making your car feel one with the environment. It s time for you to get lost in the beauty of this British sports car. This 1973 Triumph TR6 is for sale in our Tampa Showroom and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200 or email us at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Tampa Showroom, located at 351 30th Street NE Ruskin, FL 33570. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST.
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1973 Triumph TR6 for sale in our Indianapolis showroom. This classic British sportscar has had only two owners, and is a very clean, straight, rust-free example out of Florida. With one respray in factory burgundy in 1990 the car is as it originally came from the factory. It runs beautifully and with new factory spec exhaust has the perfect Triumph 6 cylinder sound. The upholstery and wood are in excellent condition. This car is correct right down to the redline tires, and has no excuses to make. Driving this car promises many smiles to the mile. To view this very nice 1973 Triumph TR6, please visit our site at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call 317-688-1100, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see this 1973 Triumph TR6 in person, stop by our showroom located at 4400 West 96th Street, Carmel, IN 46268. https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1211/1973-Triumph-TR6
1973 Triumph TR6 from San Jose, California. Absolutely rust free top to bottom. 3 long term owners since new. All receipts and service records since 1995 10K miles on completely rebuilt engine Full stainless exhaust from the engine back Recently serviced including all new clutch hydraulics Upgrades include urethane suspension bushings and modern shock absorbers Runs, drives and sounds beautiful! No rattles, squeaks or leaks! Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1973 Triumph TR-6 - Serial # CF5877U Red with Black Stayfast Top, Tonneau Covers and Bags. Black interior with leather seats This TR-6 has just gone through a fabulous ground-up restoration. The traditional classic steel bumpers and wire wheels give it a true British look. Call For details.
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1973 Triumph TR6 The 1973 Triumph TR6 shown here is available in yellow with a tan interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, dual Zenith carburetors, rear luggage rack, OEM radio, solid wheels, soft top and includes the spare tire. It has been in single ownership since 1984. For $6,950 , The 1973 Triumph TR6 shown here is available in yellow with a tan interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, dual Zenith carburetors, rear luggage rack, OEM radio, solid wheels, soft top and includes the spare tire. It has been in single ownership since 1984.
1973 Triumph TR6 The 1973 Triumph TR6 is available in burgundy metallic with black interior and comes with a salvage title. It is equipped with a manual transmission, dual Zenith carburetors, solid wheels and the soft top. This is an excellent candidate for restoration. For $8,950 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. , The 1973 Triumph TR6 is available in burgundy metallic with black interior and comes with a salvage title. It is equipped with a manual transmission, dual Zenith carburetors, solid wheels and the soft top. This is an excellent candidate for restoration.
1973 Triumph TR6. 1973 Triumph TR6. Great clean driver car starts good runs and drives good. Same owner for 30 years and been stored inside for 30 years. . Would also be a superb candidate for restoration as the car has no rust. Original chromeno rust on this classic ready to drive many upgrades Motor was rebuilt about 10k miles ago. . Vehicle is located in Littleton CO.. Financing Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers. This vehicle is located in: Littleton, CO Stock Number: C184752L
Nice car just acquired from local customer, can't find any rust underneath....floors, jacking points, frame, sills, all look to be very solid with no patching, undercoating, or repairs.Went over the body with my kitchen magnet and could not find a trace of plastic filler.....NOT THAT MANY 45 year old Triumphs are lucky to not have been patched and filled with bondo. But this one does not appear to the be the case. I started in front of the front tires, followed the edges, rockers, lower parts of the doors, over the rear wheel well and to the back.Over the past five years, the following has been done: new paint (is very nice), new convertible top, all new interior, new tires (the most expensive for this application....proper Michelin redlines), brakes and master cylinder, and aluminum rocker cover. Also in the trunk is a luggage rack we could easily install.On the road, runs 75-80 psi oil pressure, zero smoke at hold start up or hot and running, excellent synchromesh, powerful with perfect running AND perfect working overdrive. The most expensive option for a TR6. Clicks in and out quickly with no slippage or delay. And this 'fifth gear' makes for quieter highway driving with lower revs.Stereo is an older cassette unit easily replaceable with a modern Stereo/CD with USB input. Other than that one item, ready to drive anywhere, no rattles, no creaks or groans, tracks straight, drives like new, looks greatWhat would I do if I was going to keep it? For a vintage look we can convert to 15" center lock painted or chrome wire wheels...for a more aggressive look, we can install eight spoke Minilite style alloy wheels. Add a new stereo and a few items for reliability, and one can have one very usable and enjoyable classic sports car.CANNOT BEGIN TO SUGGEST HOW RARE this combination is....no rust, no bondo, a lot of new visual improvements, great running and driving, overdrive, new top, on and on. As TR6s go, hard to top this one.
BUY ME!My owner sadly tells me that he and I won’t be able much longer to travel together over the long and winding roads that so often took us from place to place and back again in a single day.Such fun - wherever we went, we created both admiring stares and envious communists along the way.I will miss the person who gently clutched my key. He always pampered me. If there was anything that I needed or wanted in order to perform like a ballerina, to purr like a panther, or to look as ravishing as a runway model, my owner go it for me, no matter the cost.I am meant for someone who is just as glad to confidently show me the way down sunny lanes, as to be alone in the dark with me and lost.With only 34,000 miles behind me, I look as young as I did 45 years ago.I still have my show-off first curves, but bigger headlights now and an all-over glow.I might actually look a lot better now than in 1973 when I was first just a pretty face with wanderlust.Go ahead and look me up and down for a single knick or a speck of rust.I dare you to feel me over for a single dent.Call me a flirt or a gypsy, but you’ll confess to your mirror that I was heaven sent.I still have a very long life ahead of me. I could show you a good time.Take me for a ride me somewhere. I would not mind.You will want to take me home and call me your own, I know you will.Life is shorter than you know – make it a thrill.Fondly,TR6
For sale is a 1973 TR6. Sapphire Blue exterior with the shadow Blue interior. Just spent $6,500 this summer on mechanical bits including all new bushings, brake lines amounts other items. Also a new convertible top, stainless steel Exhaust, radiator, and seatbelts. Car has no rust what so ever. Paint is a 7-8 /10. Rebuilt seats. Just register and drive. Beautiful version of the British SportsCar. Price negotiable