PENULTIMATE TR6 FOR SALE
£21.5k Canadian car is the last TR6 ever to be registered
The second-to-last Triumph TR6 ever made is up for sale – a whopping 3500 miles away from where it was originally built.
The penultimate TR6 to come off Triumph’s Canley production line – on 15 July 1976 – is being offered for sale by owner Gary Arsenault of New Brunswick, in eastern Canada.
He is looking for around £21,500, though a UK purchaser would have to factor in shipping costs.
It could be the closest that anyone will ever get to owning the last Triumph TR6 because the final car was never registered.
The Tahiti Blue TR6 has just 60,000 miles on the clock, features in David Knowles’ recent book Triumph TR6: The Complete Story and comes with an original factory- installed brass plate on the glovebox lid denoting its heritage.
Full details can be found on The Triumph Experience website. ❚ https://tinyurl.com/gu28tek
Tahiti Blue TR6 is left-hand drive and fitted with Federal-spec black plastic bumper overriders.
Factory plaque shows that Arsenault’s TR6 is one of the last six made.