condition: excellent cylinders: 6 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 52115 paint color: blue size: compact title status: clean transmission: manual type: convertible
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1973 Triumph TR6. French Blue w/Black interior. Solid, rust free body, not a bit of bondo on any of it. Paint is nice but it’s not show car quality, this is a very nice looking driver.
The interior, on the other hand, is very much show car quality. Seats, seat foam, seat suspension rubbers, carpets, door panels, door tops, all the dashboard pieces, every bit of it was done with new, high quality parts. All dashboard lights work, flashers, wipers, everything. The entire wiring harness was replaced, front to rear. Gauges all work and look very nice. New windshield, new roll-up side window channels and parts. Convertible top is old and could stand to be replaced, but the back window is clear, and it does the job of keeping the weather out when you need it.
Brakes are not new but work well. New master cylinder. The car was converted to Koni shock absorbers all around, using the better quality kit with the heavy duty rear mounts. Tires are old and should be replaced.
New aluminum gas tank. Freshly rebuilt transmission from Quantum Mechanics in Connecticut. New clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder, and ‘Magic Clutch’ kit (pressure plate, bearing, clutch disc) from Roadster Factory.
Freshly rebuilt engine, built by Bloss Machine, with Good Parts GP2 Camshaft. Beautiful Hitachi SU carburetor conversion from Paltec. Carbs could use a little more fine tuning, but engine runs good and pulls strong. Lots of torquey power with this cam/carb setup.
New alternator, new high torque starter motor, new battery, new radiator and water pump. Petronix ignition. New exhaust system. Lots of new rubber parts. Lots of other new parts — too much to list.
This is priced to sell. Need it gone before winter. $15,900 or make me an offer.
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