Price: US $29,950.00 Item location: Stuart, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Triumph
  • Model: TR-6
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: W/ Overdrive
  • Year: 1973
  • Mileage: 9,200
  • VIN: CF3581UO
  • Color: Carmine Red
  • Engine size: 6 Cylinder
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual 4 speed
  • Drive type: 2WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1973 Triumph TR-6

Just rebuilt in late 2013 with 9200 miles on since. Pics of entire restoration are available, ransmission rebuilt; overdrive rebuilt; looks to be about 95 point car (owner judged Concours for British sports cars); engine had following performed: Grose jets on carbs; electronic ignition; 3 way valve job; teflon guides; compression upped to 9.5 to 1 and has about 15 to 20 additional horsepower over stock engine; and is running Evans waterless coolant for automobiles, hich is an FAA mandated coolant used on several aircraft (I am a commercial pilot). This runs cooler and is never changed for the life of the engine and since there is no water involved, he interior of the engine (water pump, tc.) never corrodes. The engine, n south Florida summer with air condx turned on in city traffic, uns one-half to two-thirds on temp gauge - Upgraded steering wheel and walnut instrument panel, eriod correct redline tires, ew interior, ery nice. Much, uch more below about rebuild specifics:
...Okay, ere we go with specifics...
All numbers documented with a certificate which goes with the car, ics of restoration, ll emails between seller and myself are included, ocuments, eceipts, itle copies... everything I have connected with the car is included. All numbers and dates have been verified and documented, he documentation records are included, s well.
The owner bought this from a man named Fred (last name can be furnished) near Daytona Beach who restores TR6s, ags, ealeys, tc. He told me that this car was owned by an attorney who went thru a divorce and sold the car to his wife who basically let it sit. Fred restored it, hen sold it to me...how many owners does that make? I see that as a 2 owner car.
Let us know if interested, e can send a lot of stuff over to you but please, erious inquiries only!
Following upgrades were incorporated during rebuild/restoration:
new headlamp housings and gaskets
new coolant bottle and line
new main wiring harness front
new steering coupler and rebuilt steering rack also new felts in column
new battery
new clutch master cylinder
new brake servo
pressure brake valve rebuilt
new brake master cylinder
new heavy duty intake manifold gasket
new fuel pump
new oil pressure switch
new high performance coil
new water pump
rebuilt alternator
new thermostat and gasket
new temperature sending unit
new fan belt
new battery cutoff switch
new heater valve
all new coolant hoses and clamps
rebuilt starter
new radiator shroud
new front grill
new coolant overflow pipe
head rebuilt and torqued to 80 foot-pounds
rockers rebuilt with new shaft
new anti-run-on valve
new antifreeze
new hood release cable
rebuilt carbs with grose jets
new clutch slave cylinder and pushrod
new windshield gasket and trim
new dash top and crash pads and center switch plinth
new side marker lamps
new wheel lug nuts
new fuel filter
all new fuel hoses and clamps
new emission hoses and clamps
new wiper washer bottle and bracket and motor
all dashboard knobs new
new trunk panel kit
all wheels blasted and painted including spare
new trunk carpet
new TR floor mats
all valves adjusted properly
new plugs
completely rebuilt distributor with new vacuum and bench tested for proper advance and workings
new emission vacuum lines
new plugs, ires and electronic ignition
new exhaust downpipes
completely and freshly rebuilt overdrive transmission
new clutch disc and pressure plate and throw out bearing
new hardened pin for clutch fork
new polyurethane gearbox cover and tunnel cover
new tranny oil 40 WT non detergent 1,5 qts
new speedo cable
new tach cable
floors treated with por 15 and covered with rubber coating-will last forever like that
completely rebuilt front suspension with all new parts (upper and lower bushes, pper ball joints, ie rods, hocks, alipers, earings, ront brake hoses, ear brake hoses)
completely rebuilt rear suspension including bushes, r shock conversion, ew handbrake cables, rake shoes, heel cylinders
all suspension parts blasted and painted
new brake pads front
all new brake fluid of course-LMA
all new stainless exhaust pipes with stock muffler( for sound)
new panel light switch
new O-rings on all gauges
new light switch
new door top cappings
top frame disassembled, lasted and painted to show, ll new seals, elcro, tainless hardware
new walnut dash
rebuilt gauges
6 new sparkplugs BPR6ES
new direction indicator
new wood shift knob
all new interior panels
new door handles and window cranks
new air cleaners
new Mc Gregor door seals
new spare tire cover and trunk carpet
correct redline spare with new tube on restored wheel
nice rear lights and chrome bezels
nice jack and wheel changing tools
has original spare key and spare glove box lock key
front and rear laser wheel alignment done
new door check straps
new British Leyland badges
new decals union jack
new radio blanking plate
new kidney pads for center console
new convertible top, eals and gaskets
both rear hubs rebuilt professionally
axle u-joints replaced with new ones
armrest installed between seats with storage and electrical connections for 2 cell phones
...just a whole bunch more stuff; there was a LOT of work done on this.
Vehicle Information:
Model Year: 1973
Build Date: 1972-12-14
Original Color: Carmine Red
Current Color: Carmine Red
Odometer: about 8,900 miles (total on car around 30,000 miles)
Body Code: T 3671 CF and also 6556 CR
Engine Type: 6 Cyl original
Engine Code: CF3687UE