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Triumph TR6 - TR 6 19741/2 for sale
|I am the original owner of a 1974 TR6 I need to sell it unfortuneately and for a good fair price. I will admit, I have no idea what that is. I know that sentimental value is 0000, but to me this is heartbreaking. Any guidance would be helpful. It has 220,000 on original engine. Was running when I parked it ten years ago to rebuild it. I got sick and now can't afford to. I burnt oil, (age) and I seemed to replace the starer often. People always told me other than that I must have got the one they didn't mean to sell. No real problems. Replaced clutch and fork a couple times. Smog is removed. It has some door damage on the driver side from a fool who side swiped it, hit and run. The 60 year old adjuster came out with her "bullseye" and said $675.00 would fix it right up...My estimates were all 2,500 - 3,600. It still has original paint and leather (that is what has not worn away!!!)I am researching trying to get a fair price. Otherwise I will just keep it and use it for a flowerpot!!!! (Yeah, leave it to a women to come up with that idea!) It has been maintained by myself, my dad, and a friend. And yes, WE kept it running. anyways...ideas would be appreicated.|
You should go to e-bay and take a look at what the tr6's are being offered for, the photos will and hx will give you some ideas on how to compare yours..
Your car has a worn out engine, probably a worn out suspension, been sitting 10 years so the hydraulics are likely shot, and has a crunched side. Take $2.5k-$3k if you can get it, and feel pleased. Be prepared for less if won't doesn't start. Just my opinion.
This thread was discussed between 24/01/2005 and 25/01/2005
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