1975 Triumph TR6, restored w/S2 mods, beautiful car. Located in NW Connecticut.
Price: US $18,000.00 Item location: Colebrook, Connecticut, United States
- Make: Triumph
- Model: TR-6
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1975
- Mileage: 12,000
- Color: Pearl White
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Brown
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Options: Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1975 Triumph TR-6Thanks for checking out my ad.
Here is my beloved TR6, up for sale. She's been through a complete restoration in 2004 and runs great. Lots of S2 mods. A real looker ... and powerful ... and she sounds like few other TR6s. Always stored in a humidity controlled garage, and I always stored her indoors in a Car Bubble from November to May. She's only seen rain a handful to times since 2004. No rust whatsoever.
Completed restoration in 2004
12,000 miles since restoration
Custom pearl white paint by Phobos Hot Rods
1972 engine rebuilt to 175 HP by Bells Corners British Automotive
Frame hot-dip galvanized
Frame epoxy painted and Waxoyl injected
Engine rebuilt to Triumph S2 Fast Road Specs
Complete stripdown, every part removed
Magnafluxed the block, heads, crank, rods, etc.
Flowed, shaved, ported, and polished cylinder head
Rods peened and polished, fitted with ARP high-strength rod bolts
Hi-perf Timken bearings installed throughout
Rings perfect on original, not oversized, so matched and replaced
All components shot-peen and/or nitride hardened
Modified to 10.5:1 compression per S2
Exhaust valve seats hardened / modified for unleaded fuel
Valve seals installed (from Chevy V8; not designed into stock engine)
Emissions equipment removed
Engine balanced, dyno'd 178 HP @ 4500 rpm (stock is 104-125HP)
Piper fast road high performance cam
Longflow racing exhaust header
Aluminum valve cover, polished
Alternator rebuilt + housing polished by C.A.R.
Water pump rebuilt + housing polished by C.A.R.
Starter rebuilt by C.A.R
Distributor rebuilt by C.A.R.
Carbs: original Stromberg Zeniths rebuilt +w/ S2 needle valves
New oil cooler w/custom brackets and braided stainless steel lines
Spin-off oil filter mod and remote-located mount w/oil cooler fittings
High-performance Longflow intake filter set
Monza dual exhaust w/resonators
High-performance racing clutch
Radiator re-cored and painted
New air box shroud
Fuel tank sandblasted and epoxy sealed, in and out, and painted stock black
Rebuilt frame on rear end to strengthen to S2 specs
Diff pins boxed to S2
Differential rebuilt to S2
New front springs and shocks
Rear suspension rebuilt by C.A.R., sandblasted, painted
All new rubber parts front and rear
New aluminum racing rack and pinion steering mounts
Rebuilt steering assy
Hubs rebuilt, new high-performance Timken bearings
Electrical harnesses removed and professionally rebuilt to factory specs by TRF
All new Lucas bullet connectors
New frame and top
Custom cherry steering wheel
Rollbar bolted through frame w/SS backing plates
Installed fire extinguisher
Custom-made hinged Lexan windscreen nested in rollbar
Installed TRF secondary bonnet release lever
New hydraulic clutch master and slave cylinders and plumbing.
PM regarding your interest.
Additional photos on request.
Available for inspection in Northwestern Connecticut.
1. The last photo is the reason that I am selling the TR6. I'm raising a pair of German shepherds and (1) they don't go in the car, and (2) they leave little time for solo recreation.
2. The S2 Spec is based on a series of cams from stock S1 through fast road S2 through racing S3 S4. The S specs were designed by Kas Kastner and the British Leyland / Jag-Rover-Triumph Competition Department. Primary sources are Competition Preparation Manual for TR-250/TR6 and Kas Kastner's Spitfire, GT-6, TR-3, TR-4, TR-250, TR-6 Triumph Preparation Handbook.