HiPo V8 Powered: 1973 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 was a small roadster introduced by those crazy Brits in Coventry in 1969 to replace the
TR5/TR250 which was really just a slight change to the TR4…etc etc. 
The TR6 did last thru 1976 when it was replaced with the wedge shaped
and unloved TR7 and it was always powered by a decently powerful inline-6…until today.  Find this 1973 Triumph TR6 V8 offered for $12,500 in Julian, CA via craigslist.  Tip from Rock On!

Julian is a sleepy little mountain town a few minutes east of San Diego — and I can’t imagine a better car for terrorizing the twisty roads than a Triumph TR6 with an injection of ‘Merican Ford 289 V8 power.  It even has a racing seat, American Racing mag wheels, 5-speed manual — this can rocks!

The seller claims: [t]he performance is outstanding, better than a Sunbeam Tiger. Passed Tech
Inspection at Willow Springs. All it needs to go back to the track is a
Halon Extinguisher. 


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