1974 Triumph GT6

Congratulations to John Waud, winner of the 1974 Triumph GT6.

Winner: John Waud
Ticket No: 153

The Live Draw for this competition was held on Thursday September 9th 2021.

Live draw Thursday 9th September, 7.00 pm on the Bridge Classic Cars Facebook page and website.

The Triumph GT6. Gorgeous styling meets a smooth six-cylinder engine. A perfect pairing, it’s no surprise that this little British sportscar is so widely adored. Thanks to a thriving club and specialist scene, parts are cheap and support is plentiful making the GT6 a very affordable classic to run.

Our Magenta 1974 Triumph GT6 is an absolutely stunning example. As you can see from our photographs, the condition of this classic is phenomenal. The interior is a delightful place to be with barely a mark, scratch or blemish to be seen. With a stab of your right foot, the GT6 produces an intoxicating exhaust note, encouraging you to really push on and drive this spritely classic. Our GT6 benefits from being fitted with overdrive on 3rd and 4th gear.

After the success of our Triumph Spitfire and subsequent Triumphs, we’re anticipating this to be a popular one, don’t delay in securing your ticket(s). Grab your tickets now for just £5.00.

Based in Pettistree, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, Bridge Classic Cars caters for the restoration and maintenance of vintage and classic vehicles; cars and motorcycles.

Established in 2004 Bridge Classic Cars is built on a passion for classic vehicles. We now operate a full in-house service including restorations, tuning and engine rebuilds, automotive electrics, service and repairs, body preparation and paintwork, interior trim work, MOT, finance and valuations, transportation and logistics, events, auction representation, sourcing and sales.

Our amazing team of specialist technicians, welders, painters, engine builders and trimmers along with father and son Gordon and Craig Ranson offer over 100 years of combined experience in owning, restoring, maintaining and competing with classic cars and motorcycles.