Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this very nicely restored 1976 Triumph TR6. Finished in correct Tahiti Blue over black interior, it's fitted with overdrive and a rare removable hard top (in addition to black convertible top, of course). This car underwent a comprehensive professional restoration in the early 2000s before being acquired by the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum in 2012 (it was obviously held back back from the 2013 microcar auction). It's been driven sparingly and housed in a climate-controlled garage so it remains in flawless condition inside and out. The mileage showing on the odometer (just over 150 miles) are the actual miles driven since the restoration.
According to the restorer, it was a rust-free, low-mileage Arizona car before being fully overhauled both cosmetically and mechanically. Excellent paint over a straight and solid body with nice panel gaps. All chrome was re-plated and shows to a better-than-new standard. Excellent glass with all new rubbers, seals and gaskets. Very high finish quality with attention to detail throughout -- including a nicely detailed engine bay. Coker Classic redlines on restored factory wheels with NOS aluminum trim rings.
Interior has been restored with many new-old-stock (not reproduction) parts, including wood dash, steering wheel and seat belts. All gauges, lights, switches and indicators are working property, including the factory AM/FM stereo. Restored seats and new Wilton Wool carpets.
Mechanically, this TR6 has been restored from stem to stern with all drivetrain components either renewed or rebuilt. The only deviation from stock is an electronic ignition upgrade and smog delete -- with these minor tweaks, it runs and drives better than new. Clutch and gearbox feel great and the overdrive actually makes this one comfortable at highway speeds.
Owner's book, original window sticker and heritage trust certificate included with the sale. For more information about this 1976 TR6 for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.