1969 Triumph TR6 PI - £12,995

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How about this for good value? It is a lovely early June 1969 Triumph TR6 PI, CP Chassis Number, UK Right Hand Drive car, finished in Royal Bllue with Black Interior. The most desirable model in a great useable condition for £12,995?


This is the fastest, loudest, most sporting evolution of the TR breed. The use of a six-cylinder engine was not a new idea at all. Ever since the late-1950s there had been experimental TRs running around with six-cylinder engines, but for many years the sales organisation had shied away from the very idea; somehow they could not see a TR as a smooth and refined car. It was only the urgent need for more TR performance in the mid-1960s which caused their change of heart.' – Graham Robson, 'The Triumph TRs'.


Its sports cars having relied exclusively on four-cylinder engines for the preceding decade-and-a-half, Triumph turned to six cylinders to extend the life and improve the performance of the much loved 'TR' series. Similar to the preceding four-cylinder TR4A - the first TR with independent rear suspension - but with Triumph's 2.5-litre, six-cylinder engine installed in place of the old 2.1-litre four, the TR5 was produced during the 1968 model year only, pending the arrival of the TR6. Restyled for 1969 by Karmann of Osnabruck, the TR6 sported a full-width nose and squared-off tail. Under the skin the chassis remained basically the same as its independently-rear-suspended TR4A ancestor's while the 2.5-litre Lucas fuel-injected power unit was unchanged, producing 150bhp initially then 124bhp from 1973 onwards. Handling was improved over that of the TR5 courtesy of wider wheels and a front anti-roll bar. Good for 120mph with acceleration to match, the six-cylinder TRs are arguably the most exciting Triumphs ever made, continuing to enjoy an enthusiastic following world-wide and an excellent network of spare parts and service providers.


Our car has been in the same ownership for the last 21 years and has an incredible service history going back 30 years to the early nineties, literally hundreds of invoices and old MOT's, she has been regularly serviced and looked after and is ready for immediate use or improvement over the winter. There are taped repairs to the soft top side windows and to the drivers seat, both could replaced as you choose. This is the most desirable and powerful spec, in the nicest colours and for a giveaway price, please be quick!