In the late 1960s, Triumph set out to build a car that would capture a larger male audience. After many failed attempts at a true, in-house British design, the British Leyland car manufacturer, hired German designer, Karmann to design what is now the iconic shape of the TR6. It shares many distinguishing lines with other cars of the era such as, the Mercedes-Benz 230/280 SL.

This particular car is in fantastic "driver" condition, and has been finished in Black over Black vinyl. It has received a brief mechanical and cosmetic restoration and can be enjoyed for many more miles.

COLOR

ODOMETER

VIN

Black

93,000 Miles

Available Upon Request

FEATURES

Engine

Trasmission

Drive Train

Year

Odometer

Color

Interior 

2.4 L Straight Six

4-Speed Manual

Rear Wheel Drive

1975

93,000 Miles

Black

Black

Available at the Gallery

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Monza Quad Exhaust

  • Recent cosmetic/mechanical restoration

  • Original Wood Dash 

  • Union Jack Sticker

  • Numbers Matching

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Walt Grace Vintage

300 NW 26th Street

Miami, FL 33127

Tel. +1 786 483 8180

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