Congratulations to Barnaby Page, winner of the 1973 Triumph TR6.
The Triumph TR6 is a classic car that has plenty for sporting drivers to enjoy. When it launched in 1969, Autocar declared it as ‘the last of the real sportscars’. At the time, there wasn’t much else that could be compared to it in terms of price vs performance, other than its TR predecessors.
One of the best-handling sports cars of its time, the TR6 really is a ‘triumph’ in mechanical engineering.
Our 1973 Triumph TR6 is powered by a 2.5-litre straight 6 which generates 124bph and is ready for many more road trips and days out with its lucky new owner.
Finished in red with a black leather interior, our TR6 offers style alongside its performance and usability. It benefits from paintwork improvements by the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop and is now looking better than ever.
There aren’t many better feelings than driving down the road with the roof down, showing off one of the most popular British sports cars of its time.
2.5-litre straight 6
4-speed manual gearbox
MOT history dating back to 1995
Paintwork improvements completed by the Bridge Classic Cars paintshop
Beautiful leather interior
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Congratulations to Barnaby Page, winner with ticket number 2351.
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