Stunning Topaz: 1975 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 is an often overlooked British sports car. The TR6 is a great option for the buyer that is looking for the classic throaty six-cylinder sound but does not have the budget for a big Healey or… more»

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Droptop Fun: 1971 Triumph TR6

This red British roadster is located in Salem, Oregon at an asking price of $12,500. You can see a number of upclose pictures here on Barn Finds Classifieds. The seller states that the car has 165,000 miles on it… more»

Unrestored 1973 Triumph TR6

Jim let us know about this 1973 Triumph TR6 that is located in Littleton, Colorado. The ad states “The TR6 is finished in its original paint along with factory rust!” You can see more pictures here on Craigslist of… more»

SOLD: 1971 Triumph TR6 Was A Great Deal!

UPDATE 6/6/2020 – We just heard from the seller, this TR6 sold in just 5 days and is headed off to its new home with a Barn Finds Reader! Our congratulations to both the seller and buyer. Hopefully, the… more»

Bargain Brit? 1974 Triumph TR6

With 5 days left in the auction, this 1974 Triumph TR6 is only bid to $2,275 here on eBay. The TR6 is located in Guilford, Connecticut, and was acquired by the seller through a barter. The car is thought… more»

Little British Car: 1972 Triumph TR6

The seller of this 1972 Triumph TR6 refers to it as a “little British car”. Many shoppers in the market for a “little British car” want one that’s ready to drive and needing little to no work. That appears… more»

No Reserve Project: 1970 Triumph TR6

Sitting in a field in the dry climate of Lubbock Texas, this 1970 Triumph TR6 is being sold at no reserve. The body and frame look restorable and it appears to have its original 2.5 liter six cylinder engine…. more»

No Reserve Project: 1973 Triumph TR6

The seller is letting this 1973 Triumph TR6 go due to a divorce. The car has been stored since 1993 and the current owner bought it 3 years ago. It can be seen here on eBay and is located… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1974 Triumph TR6 Survivor

You never know how or when a great classic car will end up in your care. For reader Kevin N, this beautiful Triumph came into his ownership purely by chance. It had spent most of its life in storage… more»

Ready To Enjoy: 1976 Triumph TR6

I have a good friend who is a British sports car aficionado. He’s quite the wrench and built a shop on his property to support his interests. While he prefers MGs, he has a lot of respect and admiration… more»

Bargain Brit: 1974 Triumph TR6

By the time production ended, the Triumph TR6 was the most successful vehicle of the “TR” series, with 94,619 cars rolling off the production line. Today it is a real battle to find a reasonable example for sale for… more»

Charitable Donation: 1973 Triumph TR6

You have to take your hat off to some people, and just admire their generosity. The former owner of this nice looking Triumph TR6 has donated it to charity, and that organization is now auctioning the car off as… more»

Surprise Packet: 1972 Triumph TR6

In my own humble opinion, the Triumph TR6 is the most attractive of the “TR” series of sports cars. It has a tougher stance than its predecessors and of the subsequent TR7 and TR8. This one is a vehicle… more»

Cheap Roadster? 1970 Triumph TR6

An immaculately restored or original Triumph TR6 is a stunning looking car, and they are easily my favorite vehicle in the TR range. Sadly, this TR6 is not immaculate, and it’s going to take some work to get it… more»

Bargain Brit: 1972 Triumph TR6

Of all of the TR series sports cars produced by Triumph, my absolute favorite is the TR6. There is something about the squarer styling and those aggressively deep standard wheels that really appeals to me. This one is going… more»

Restore Or Part Out? 1976 Triumph TR6

The TR6 has always been my favorite vehicle out of the Triumph TR range. The squarer styling and deeply offset wheels with chrome trim rings make the car appear far more aggressive and purposeful than its predecessors. This TR6… more»