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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 2
|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
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