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Triumph TR6pi 150 bhp (214)

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1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi
1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi
1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi
1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi
1972 Triumph TR6 pi 1972 Triumph TR6 pi
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Member Details

Alias/Member ID: davetr6 Town/City: Albatera,
Membership Type: VIP Member County/State: Alicante
Member Since: 2007-05-30 Country: Spain
Number of Exhibits: >1<

Description

My TR6 was manufactured on the 10th. August 1972 but was not sold until 28th.June 1973. I bought the car in 1979. It is the CP model with "A" type overdrive on 2nd, 3rd and 4th gears.150 bhp 2.5 litre Lucas petrol injected engine. Subject to a total restoration,keeping entirely to the original factory specification, from 1980 until 1986. Originally Triumph White I changed the colour to Pimiento Red. It has won many prizes in Benson and Hedges , TR Register and European Concours de Elegance competetions.It has also been featured in books and magazines. After 21 years, it is still in excellent condition and still runs like a TR6 should do and is even economical with fuel.

Car Details

Marque: Triumph Engine Size: 2498 cc
Model: TR6 pi Mileage: 37000
Category: Convertible/Drop-head/Cabriolet Transmission: Manual
Manufacture Year: 1972 Purchase Date:
Registration Number: A TR6 0K Interior Details: Black Ambla interior trim
Prev Reg Number: NBU 324 L/PEE 5 Car Condition: Restored
Status: On The Road Colour: Pimiento Red

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Availability

Available for Film/TV: No
Available for Magazine work: No
Available for Rental, Weddings etc: No

Modifications

No Modifications other than Pertronix electronic ignition and latex coil, everything is as it would have left the factory in 1972

Hints/Tips

My advice is, if you are looking to buy a TR6, either buy the cheapest i.e. suitable for restoration if you have the experience and time or the best you can afford, anything in the middle will more than likely require some restoration work sooner or later, more than likely sooner. If you know someone who understands the model take him with you to look at any potential purchase.

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