This 1972 Triumph TR6 was acquired by the seller in 1994 and kept indoors at his home in North Carolina. It’s powered by a 2.5 liter straight 6 paired to a 4 speed manual. This Triumph has undergone recent service work and should be trouble free for the next owner.
The exterior has been repainted in it’s original color Sapphire Blue. There are some cosmetic imperfections shown in the photos, like cracking paint on the hood and some dull areas. The structural components all appear to be straight and corrosion free. It will please anyone looking for a good driver.
The interior has black carpet and seats with blue inserts. It’s all in good condition including the wood dash. The radio and gauges appear to be original and functional. The convertible top is in good condition except for a small hole on the driver’s side rear corner.
The car drives beautifully. The engine starts up easily, sounds healthy, and pulls strong. The transmission goes easily into gear and shifts smooth. The exhaust is from Monza and sounds great and crackles during engine braking. Within the last year or two, there was a lot of service work performed on the Triumph. A shortened list is as follows: rear brake cylinders and shoes, clutch slave cylinder, fuel tank flush, carb cleaned, radiator, rad cap, thermostat, fan blades, control arm bushings, rear half-shafts, LF inner tie rod, ignition switch, tires, alignment, and various other small repairs.
This 1972 Triumph TR6 is an excellent driver and would be ready for a summer road trip without excuses. It’s for sale on consignment by Fort Pitt Classic Cars. Please contact us with any questions.