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Lot 432
1973 Triumph TR6 Pi
1973 Triumph TR6 Pi
a 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi b 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi c 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi d 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi e 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi f 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi g 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi h 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi i 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi j 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi k 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi l 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi m 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi n 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi o 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi p 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi q 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi r 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi s 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi t 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi u 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi v 1973 Triumph TR6 Pi


Lot Number: 432
Result inc Premium: £19,764
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: CR8100
The Triumph TR6 is regarded as the last of the traditional TR sports cars, with a lineage that can be traced directly back to the first production model, the TR2, of 1953. Introduced in 1968, it kept the centre section, frame, 2.5‑litre six‑cylinder engine and running gear of the previous TR5, but with a more modern nose and tail designed by German coachbuilder Karmann grafted on.

The vendor tells us that this example was fully restored in 2015, and 'has been maintained to a high standard and in in perfect running condition'. The current odometer reader is 64,374 miles.

The history folder includes the current V5C (noting 15 former keepers), the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate (which indicates that the car was once Emerald Green) and MoTs from 2016 to 2018. The file of bills dates from 2015 to 2017, many of them relating to the restoration. Major items include a fuel injection metering unit, steering rack, bonnet assembly, carpet set, hood cover and seat foam set. There's also a set of spare keys.

Thanks to having only covered less than 500 miles since restoration, this Triumph TR6 remains in excellent condition throughout, although a perfectionist may want to realign the bonnet to even up the panel gaps.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 30TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
The Triumph TR6 is regarded as the last of the traditional TR sports cars, with a lineage that can be traced directly back to the first production model, the TR2, of 1953. Introduced in 1968, it kept the centre section, frame, 2.5-litre six-cylinder engine and running gear of the previous TR5, but with a more modern nose and tail designed by German coachbuilder Karmann grafted on. The vendor tells us that this example was fully restored in 2015, and 'has been maintained to a high standard and in in perfect running condition'. The current odometer reader is 64,374 miles. The history folder includes the current V5C (noting 15 former keepers), the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate (which indicates that the car was once Emerald Green) and MoTs from 2016 to 2018. The file of bills dates from 2015 to 2017, many of them relating to the restoration. Major items include a fuel injection metering unit, steering rack, bonnet assembly, carpet set, hood cover and seat foam set. There's also a set of spare keys. Thanks to having only covered less than 500 miles since restoration, this Triumph TR6 remains in excellent condition throughout, although a perfectionist may want to realign the bonnet to even up the panel gaps. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 30TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: CR8100
Result inc Premium: £19,764

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