This 1974 Triumph TR6 is restored and awaiting final assembly. It features a restored body, a restored chassis, rebuilt engine, automatic transmission, and many parts.
This TR6 is being offered for sale by the owner’s estate with a clean PA title. There is not much known about the history of the car from new. We know it was last titled in California, and then shipped to PA where the body was restored by Sciullo Automotive in Oakmont, PA. From there, the current owner purchased the vehicle and restored the chassis, rebuilt the engine, and started assembling the mechanical systems of the car. The owner was a prominent member of the Triumph club and received guidance from Richard Good, renown TR6 guru.
The body, originally white, is now finished in gloss black. The body work seems to have been done professionally and the car appears straight and clean with no rust or signs of damage. The interior is mostly gone except for the seats. There is a new top included. There are other interior and exterior pieces present, but they have not yet been catalogued.
The chassis has been restored and painted. Suspension components look to have been either restored or replaced. Brakes rotors are slotted and drilled. The independent rear end is a modern Nissan unit. The engine is the Triumph 2.5 liter, but is equipped with a performance camshaft, modified cylinder heads, and a triple SU carburetors. The transmission is an automatic adapted to the Triumph bell housing. A 4-speed is available upon request.
This vehicle is offered for sale on consignment by Fort Pitt Classic Cars.