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Classic British style meets the reliable Japanese heart youve always wanted in this stealthy custom 1971 Triumph TR6. So dig into all the details on how the vintage European style has been expertly integrated with Asian durability on this affordable classic droptop. From the outside, theres really nothing giving away this cars secret. It has the classic TR6 look with the well-integrated headlight design and racing-style flat rear end. And its finished in the very British-style color Saffron Yellow. In fact, this has all the hallmarks of a proud British machine, including the Lucas driving lights, British Leyland fender badges, and classic Union Jack on the rear fenders. Keen eyes will only spot subtle exterior upgrades. For example, the wheels have a classic minilite style, but they are modern 15-inch Silverstone alloys that do a terrific job of filling in the wheel wells better. The black folding roof looks nice against the dark yellow exterior, and when you take it down, the full back interior gives the same appeal. More than just the nice black, this also has that ideal European sports car atmosphere with the wood on the dash, gearstick, and grippy sports steering wheel. You even get a full set of proper Smiths gauges with large speedo and tach. And because nothing is better than your favorite song on a road trip, this droptop has an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary inputs for the most modern music players. Where this one really starts to show its differences is under the hood. Datsun people instantly recognize their OHV motor. This 1.9-liter is from the legendary L-series thats at the backbone of Datsun/Nissans reputation for dependability. They also found these to be great performance motors, and thats reflected in the setup today. Upgraded with dual Weber carbs and a Cannon performance intake, this is a sweet powerhouse in a lightweight package. Plus, to complete this Datsun performance set, they upgraded to a five-speed manual transmission from a 510 model. Plus, this one has been given some suspension investments including newer components up front, rear sway bar, and larger Toyota front disc brakes with slotted & vented rotors. It means this custom takes the TR6s legendary reputation for carving up the road with a fully independent suspension and sharpens it to a whole new level. This is the custom classic droptop that youve always wanted to build, and its ready to run for quite an obtainable price. Dont miss out, call today!
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