West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely superb and collector quality example of this 1974 TR6 Roadster Convertible in its original striking 'Pure White' (color code 19) factory color paint with its original 'Black' (trim code 11) interior and Black soft top and tonneau cover and with a full weather tonneau cover and a file documenting its full and no expense spared frame off restoration!
This is obviously one rare and highly desirable classic British sports car - a completely rust free and fully restored example of the legendary British sports car - the TR6 roadster! The trunk, floor boards, rocker panels and all the typically rust prone areas are all completely solid and rust free - an obviously always garaged example that had survived intact prior to its complete and frame off restoration!
The original 'Pure White' (color code 19) factory color paint is in simply stunning condition and the interior is also quite extraordinary with its original 'Black' (trim code 11) bucket seats and matching door panels interior, with lovely original steering wheel and original wood dashboard. The Black color soft top is also as new and as is the cars tonneau cover and full weather tonneau cover and it's all original wheels. The 2.5L 6 cylinder engine purrs quietly under the hood and the 4 speed manual transmission shifts smoothly through the gears - an absolute pleasure to drive! The car would have to be considered pretty much flawless, one hell of a statement, but which we believe to be true!
The car has original factory options of AM/FM stereo radio, 4 spd manual transmission, radial tires, heater/defroster & walnut gear knob and the car has a matching 'Pure White' hardtop.
The Triumph TR6 was introduced in 1969 and was a smoothly redesigned successor to the TR5/250. It was facelifted by Karmann of Osnabruck, the legendary German coachbuilders. The TR6 also featured an independent rear suspension, rack and pinion steering, 15-inch wheels and tires, pile carpet on floors and trunk/boot, bucket seats and a full complement of instrumentation. Braking was accomplished by disc brakes at the front and drums at the rear.
Without a doubt this will prove to be one rare piece of British motoring history - a beautiful and virtually flawless 1974 Triumph TR6 with all original sales documentation, a special example for any Triumph enthusiast or for any serious collection or simply any classic British sports car lover to enjoy today!