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Triumph TR6 - Finally Parting with Family Airlume
|Well, I've posted it in the BBS's Classifieds. |
Think it must take some time to get approved before it's listed.
Anyways, here are the details.
1975 (74-1/2) Triumph TR6 with O/D (original-Dealer install), +58,000 miles. $15,000 Cdn firm (buyer pays all taxes), No Dealers. Father was original owner (me 2nd). Original paint Topaz (still have original touch-up cans). Never seen Winter. Stored many Summers (including this one).
London Ontario Canada. By appointment only. Contact: email@example.com, further contact info will be given then. Please put enough info in email Subject line for me to clearly identify as not being spam.
Weird emails will not be replied to.
Note: I want this car to go to an enthusiast.
Runs great, only issue is passenger window requires servicing, re: doesnt stay on rail.
Appraised at $15,000 Cdn
Reason for selling: Purchasing mothers 1983 Mercedes 560SL.
All paperwork for many, many, many years.
Many Extras (Front to Back) and other Details:
No bodywork all original, no rust.
Aftermarket oversized front roll-bar (a must to compensate for aftermarket rear roll-bar)
Stainless Steel radiator shroud
K&N air filters (on original Zenith Carbs, carbs are perfect)
Monza 6 into 1 into 2 header Jet-Hot Coated (in and out) with proper band-clamp
Spin-on oil filter adapter (non-oil cooler model)
Stainless Steel Oil sump accessory hose
Oil Pump (fairly) recently replaced
Never any top-end or bottom-end engine work. At some point, rings should be replaced, re: #1 spark plug can foul after a few thousand miles.
Transmission recently over-halled (done properly in Oshawa, Ontario)
Tinted aftermarket windshield (doors are original glass)
Aftermarket Rockford-Fosgate head unit & amp, no speakers
Alarm system with Pager
1973 Seats (high-back non-head tilt type) rough, r&rd frames myself (they are in great shape)
circa 1967 TR4 single hoop roll-bar (original chrome top)
Aftermarket 3-point not retractable seat-belts
Cloth-type (like new) top (all associated bits replaced at time of install)
Rear roll-bar (aftermarket of course oversized)
rear shock conversion kit (1pc not 3pc type)
Heavy-duty springs all around with rubber fittings (not nylon)
Original Dealer installed luggage rack
Rear interior of trunk paneling and spare tire cover r&rd with multi-varnished top quality wood.
Bridgestone tires (including spare)
|Should say "Rear Sway-Bar..." not Rear roll-bar (aftermarket of course – oversized)|
|...no offence, but it should say "heirloom" not Airlume...but then again who's checking?|
|JT, maybe it is an airlume ;)|
|Yes, my wife was (once again) quick to point out that my spelling is awefull.|
But unless the webmaster corrects it on my behalf, I guess it will stay as is...
|Sorry to see the car leaving your family, and for a Mercedes. If your gonna get one like that, at least it should be a early 60's 280 cabriolet|
Sorry to see that your selling the .TR6.
Still remember the drive when you stopped by
in Pickering as a nice sounding/driving car.
To bad you can't hang on to both.
Cheers and good luck
|My dad also bought a 75 TR6. I have had it for 10-15 years off and on. (It went back and forth a couple of times) But now sadley its mine for good. Except now my son drives it once in a while. Yeah its a family airloom. Russell|
|Love to know who the guy was in Oshawa who did the tranny... can't seem to get lucky with mine right now.|
Hope u find the right owner.
|PJ Unfortunately since July 1 the purchaser will have to pony up 13% tax instead of the previous 8%. This is all Ontario tax - not HST. It is the Provincial Government's idea of not giving private sellers an advantage over dealers.|
also 75 TR6
This thread was discussed between 04/06/2010 and 04/07/2010
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