1973 Triumph GT6 Mk.III - £7,995

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This is a nice scruffy 1973 Triumph GT6 Mk.III finished in Emerald Green with Black interior. It is a Right Hand Drive UK Car with a Current MOT and loads of history. It was restored about 18 years and, as you can see in the photos, needs doing again. You can just use her as she is and restore at your leisure.

A fastback Spitfire powered by the Triumph 2000 saloon's 2.0-litre six, the GT6 arrived in 1966. Like the Spitfire, it inherited what was essentially a Herald chassis and running gear, though the latter's rear axle arrangements would be updated for the Mark II, lower wishbones replacing the original's swing axles, while the restyled last-of-the-line Mark III adopted a simpler 'swing spring' arrangement. Fast (100mph-plus) and stylish, the GT6 well deserved its 'mini E-Type' sobriquet and today is one of the most sought after of post-war Triumph sports cars.

Our car look sgreat on its wire wheels nad its after market Rally seats, it is a cheap Part Exchange and we have priced her to sell so please call if you have any questions.