1 97 3 T R I UMPH T R 6

New Zealand Classic Car - - Automobilia -

This car has a sense of al­most awe­some so­lid­ity, as though it were carved out of a sin­gle block of steel. That solid feel comes from the taut, low-built chas­sis, with rugged four-wheel in­de­pen­dent sus­pen­sion. This is a car for pre­cise driv­ing, de­signed by en­gi­neers who re­ally un­der­stand sports cars.

As TR6 own­ers ev­ery­where — and even those who have just driven one of these cars — would agree, this car pro­duces a long-legged, go-for­ever per­for­mance from its high torque six-cylin­der en­gine.

This New Zealand–new Tri­umph TR6 was first reg­is­tered on Au­gust 23, 1973. It’s an ex­tremely rare ex­am­ple, boast­ing very low mileage, and has had only two own­ers since new — the first for 32 years, and the sec­ond for 10 years. Where could you find an­other orig­i­nal like it?

The soft-top is in very good or­der, and the car also comes with a hard­top. The TR6 is in com­pletely orig­i­nal con­di­tion, in­clud­ing in­te­rior, wheels, and even the orig­i­nal pa­per­work that came with the car.

This ap­pre­ci­at­ing and very col­lectable as­set is ab­so­lutely stun­ning to drive, de­spite not be­ing fit­ted with over­drive, and, if sold in New Zealand, it will come with new reg­is­tra­tion and WOF.

This car is of­fered for sale at the price of $55,000, and rep­re­sents a great op­por­tu­nity for any as­tute col­lec­tor or clas­sic car en­thu­si­ast.

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