The Triumph TR6 is the last of the traditional British Roadsters. These cars offer a pure, open air, sports car motoring experience that is unique to the marquee. The sound, the feel and the handling is something that any auto enthusiast should experience. Their traditional design, mechanical reliability and parts availability make them easy to own and enjoy. For these reasons, they have become proven investments. The TR6 hit the market in 1968 and was produced in 1976. All TR6 came with a peppy 2.5L straight six and a 4-speed manual transmission. 60 mph came up 8.2 seconds and it could hit a top speed of 120 mph.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this lovely 1974 Triumph TR6 for your consideration. This very honest example was just driven from Pennsylvania all the way to us here in Grand Rapids, Michigan which certainly speaks for itself mechanically. The current owner has owned it for the last 14 years. It has upgraded carburetors and free flowing exhaust. The car comes with the original carburetors and intake as well. The TR-6 has received a new top. The interior remains in good condition as well. The red paint shows. The chrome shows it's age some, but is in overall very good condition. The car rides on P215/60/R15 radial tires with factory steel wheels with beauty rings and hubcaps. The TR6 also has a chrome luggage rack and comes with a shop manual.