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This 1975 Triumph TR6 represents an ideal classic European convertible of distinction. It has a great color combo, good upgrades, and ton of recent investments. The result is the kind of classic where you're surprised how something this nice can also be this affordable.
The Triumph TR6 is one of the most distinct convertibles from this storied brands. The design is beautiful in the details, like the sporty kick-up in the doors, horizontally dipping trunkline, and how the hood integrates into the headlight and fenders. It's quite daring sheetmetal, and you can see these details so well because this example has been treated with the proper care. The professional respray of the factory-correct Maple brown gives off an excellent gloss from this sophisticated tone. And the details on this one are quite nice. It has the best in European convertibles with the top that goes up with one hand, a luggage rack on the back, and even the TR6's distinct Union Jack badging on the rear fenders.
While the convertible roof looks newer and crisp, we all really know these cars were meant to be enjoyed the most with the top down. The tan complements the exterior brown, and it shows off an interior full of the right investments. Leather bucket seats, matching door panels, and a wood dash give this an instant feeling of sophistication. There are even provisions for a retro-style AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth. But what you'll love the most is how this is built for the driving experience. The Moto-Lita three-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel feels great in your hands, and beyond it are a full set of Smiths gauges. And the stick shift is exactly where you want to rest your right hand.
The 2.5-liter inline-six is one of the big reasons enthusiasts love the TR6. It's a larger displacement than many of the other classic British roadster out there, and this one has the tidy look that tells you it has been properly kept. It fires up readily as the dual Stromberg carbs help this inhale properly. And the upgrade to an aluminum radiator help keeps it all running cool. The four-speed manual transmission gives you complete control over the motor, and it was rebuilt this year to keep the action smooth. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll instantly recognize more great recent investments, including the stainless steel dual exhaust, differential, hub assembly, and disc brakes. It all gives you a solid feeling on the road, and that's where the TR6 is meant to be. After all, the fully-independent suspension delivers that kind of experience that will have you looking for every back road.
Complete with maintenance records, this TR6 has been given the right investment to bring poise to the classic British roadster. So you know you need to get your hands on this one right now. Call today!!!
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