1972 Triumph TR6

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Twin Carbureted Inline-Six

4-Speed Manual Transmission

Front Disc Brakes / Rear Drum

Full Tonneau Cover

Bucket Seating w Headrests

Vinyl Convertible Top Assembly

15-Inch Factory Steel Wheels & Beauty Rings / 185/65R15s

Texas Classic Cars is proud to showcase this nicely restored and maintained 1972 Triumph TR-6. This car received a professional refinish of the correct Signal Red color in acrylic urethane. The brake master cylinder & clutch master cylinder has been replaced. The rear brakes are new. The fuel pump & fuel pressure regulator have been replaced. The engine has been professionally tuned. The timing chain and sprockets have been replaced. The exhaust manifold gasket & valve cover gaskets were replaced. The oil pan gasket was replaced. The distributor received new points/condensor. The plugs and wires have been replaced along with the battery. The Stromberg carburetors have been rebuilt. An electric fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator were installed. The battery has been replaced along with the tires. The fuel tank has been removed, cleaned, and sealed. There is a ton of additional work that has been performed as well.

The exterior displays the correct Signal Red paint, professionally redone and in very good to excellent condition throughout. The glass seals have been replaced on the doors. The headlamp chrome rings have been replaced. The windshield gasket was replaced, etc. The bumpers show well front to back and the body is very straight. The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum continues to be our photo spot for many cars and we appreciate them. Be sure to check out the historic Flight Museum & visit our friends if you find yourself near Dallas, Texas.

Triumphs TR-6 was produced from 1968 until 1976. It shared several traits with the TR-5 with exception of a re-designed front & rear. The engine compartment is nicely detailed and correct down to the Twin Stromberg carburetors (recently rebuilt). The engine has received a recent extensive tune-up including replaced wires, plugs, distributor points/condensor, timing chain job, and gaskets throughout as needed. The engine runs out smooth and the 4-speed manual transmission shifts as it should.

The interior is in nice shape. The seat upholstery shows well as does the signature wood grain dash applique. Factory Smiths gauges are intact. The leather shift boot has been replaced. Also the seat belts have been upgraded & the dash cap replaced. The trunk interior has been redone. I want to mention again we have a true full tonneau cover for this Triumph included. The undercarriage showcases this exceptionally solid Triumph well. The frame and flooring is solid front to back. The driver's side floor pan was professionally patched, otherwise original sheetmetal can been seen throughout. You'll also note the TR6 independent trailing arm rear suspension and front disc brake / rear drum combination.