Moving Sale: 1971 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 was produced by Triumph Motor Company from 1968 to 1976. It was the best–selling Triumph of the 1960s, and it remains one of the most popular classic cars today. This one is located in Wilton, Connecticut… more»

Nicest Barn Find Ever: 1970 Triumph TR6

Captain Obvious could tell you that with a website named Barn Finds, we see a lot of barn finds around here.  Some are the genuine real deal with decades of authentic dust and debris, and others are sprinkled with… more»

A Brit with Oomph: 1972 Triumph TR6

In an automobile market long, long ago and not so far away, British roadsters were among the choices available for Americans with sports car desires.  Within these usually small, light, and agile drop tops was an outlier.  The Triumph… more»

Rare Air: 1976 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 was one of the company’s sales success stories. It remained on sale for eight years, with 94,619 buyers parking one in their garage. Like many classic British sports cars, their desirability has grown over time. This… more»

Low-Mile Original: 1974 Triumph TR6

Triumph made an unusual prototype in 1964, dubbed the Fury. It was the only unibody car Triumph had built to that date. In a sense, Triumph created its own fork in the road: would it go down a new… more»

Stored For 20 Years: 1970 Triumph TR6

If I were to pick a favorite within Triumph’s “TR” range, the honor would fall to the TR6. The sharper styling compared to its predecessors and the wide steel wheels with deep trim rings provide a sense of purpose… more»

Package Deal: 1969 and 1973 Triumph TR6

There are levels of restoration jobs on a scale between 1 to 10, with 1 being it’s a completely rotten carcass of a car and needs thousands of hours and dollars to put right, to 10 which is nothing… more»

Potential Project: 1971 Triumph TR6

My parents used to have a Triumph Spitfire when I was growing up, they constantly regale us of the stories of drop-top motoring around the countryside. But for every convertible joy story they have, there is another side with… more»

No Reserve: 1972 Triumph TR6

Here’s another example of a guy who bought a vintage car (a 1972 Triumph TR6 in this case) with every intention of restoring it over the winter. But two years later, a busy life (family and work) has caused… more»

Parked 15 Years: 1972 Triumph TR6 Garage Find

There was a lot of buzz in the hallways of my small high school back in 1969. All the girls were going gaga over the new math teacher. And why not. He was right out of college, handsome, single,… more»

Finish While You Drive: 1972 Triumph TR6

This 1972 Triumph TR6 is located in Maplewood, New Jersey. It is listed as a really nice driver and has had a lot of work done on it in the last three years. The TR6 is listed for sale… more»

Rare Air Conditioned 1976 Triumph TR6!

It is a familiar story in the classic car scene. The seller of this 1976 Triumph TR6 never intended to own the car. He spotted it while attending a deceased estate auction and succumbed to the temptation of taking… more»

Original Paint: 1976 Triumph TR6 Survivor

Occasionally a classic car would land on my desk, and it’s challenging to determine its greatest attribute. That is the case with this 1976 triumph TR6. It presents well for its age and wears virtually all of its original… more»

French Blue Roadster: 1974 Triumph TR6

The TR6 was a sports car built by the British Triumph Motor Company between 1969-76. It was largely produced for export as less than 10% of total assembles stayed in the UK. This edition from 1974 is mostly original… more»

Rare Options: 1976 Triumph TR6

It’s funny how some cars have no real impact on us, while others grab our attention from the moment that we first lay eyes on them. For me, the Triumph TR6 fits into the latter category. I can remember… more»

Turn-Key Classic: 1974 Triumph TR6

With Summer rapidly beating a path to our doorsteps, now could be the perfect time to consider adding a classic convertible to your garage. That leaves buyers with plenty of choices to make when determining what will be the… more»