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1975 Triumph TR6

Fresh paint
Interior Restored
New Clutch
Rebuilt Transmission and differential
New timing chain, sprockets, front oil seal and water pump
Stainless Steel exhaust
Located in Massapequa, NY
Contact Bill at 516-680-0764 or


1971 Triumph 1971 TR6

This vehicle is a pampered original California Triumph with 70,319 original miles.  Owned for the last 12 years by a late member of the Long Island Triumph Association.  Vehicle had three owners prior to posting owner.

VIN # CC/58110-L
Block # CC/58232-E

Heritage Trust Certificate showing all ID numbers, date of Manufacture, original interior / exterior colors is included.

Prior owner had car shipped from California and it remained in Naperville, IL for 12 years until 2007, when it was purchased by a LITA member.

Exterior - Signal Red Exterior.  Appears to be repainted to a high standard in original Signal Red.  Underbody, inner fender wells, door jambs were treated to Ziebart rust proofing.The paint is in excellent condition with no obvious chips or flaws.  Fender, door and hood gaps are excellent.  Door alignments are excellent.  There are no rubber bumper over-riders.  Rear panel is colored in Signal Red.  All glass is blemish free.  The vinyl convertible top is a recent replacement in perfect condition with clear rear window.  There is a boot cover as well. Halogen headlamps are fitted.  The tires are Yokohama 205 / 70 -15 tires mounted on 15inch steel rims with painted black inserts.  Tread wear is minimal; lug nuts show no nicks or rust. Dual exterior mirror are mounted (RHS unit has convex mirror).

No obvious rust anywhere on body; door jambs and rockers look showroom condition.

Engine Bay - Engine is standard 2.5 Litre Triumph 6 cylinder with dual Zenith – Stromberg carbs.   Records indicate carbs rebuilt several years ago.  Engine starts readily and idle is remarkably smooth.  Engine Bay is immaculate with period correct green hoses, stock radiator shroud, 9 blade yellow fan.  A higher output alternator is fitted, as is a gear reduction high torque starter (appears new).  A spin on oil filter replaces the original canister type filter housing.

Transmission - standard 4 speed (no overdrive).

Differential - stock, but was replaced with a resealed OEM unit that is leak free.

Chassis - shows no rust or other damage.  Car sits as a TR6 should. Shock and spring bushing replacement(s) are not known.  Stock front sway bar is fitted.

Exhaust - stock type unit that replaced an Ansa system.  The Ansa dual exhaust set up is provided with the sale.

Interior - stock in appearance and is in excellent condition.  Door panels, dash and seats appear as new condition.  Headrests, rear package shelf, carpets are blemish free.  Steering wheel is original factory unit with perforated leather wrapping.  Wood veneer dash is perfect.  Seats are black vinyl with original embossed pleats and embossing. There is a detailed provenance record provided with sale.

Since 2007 ownership, records indicate following upgrades / repairs:

Spark Plug / Ignition Wires/Distributor Cap/Rotor
Replaced water pump and gasket
Replaced thermostat & gasket
All coolant hoses and clamps replaced (OEM green hoses)
Fuel filter
Installed emergency hood release kit
New rubber pedal pads
Upgraded to spin on oil filter mount
Upgraded to Pertronix ignition & Flame Thrower high performance ignition coil (2018)
replaced battery(2018)
Aftermarket rear sway bar installed.

Additional items provided with purchase:

Spare Triumph 4 speed transmission - good condition.  (previously fitted to owners TR 250).
Spare TR6 differential - needs re-sealing but good condition
Spare Ansa dual exhaust - used but in v. good condition
New (uninstalled) Moss Motors front spoiler
Set of 4 Redline tires mounted on Triumph TR6 steel wheels

This is a fine TR6 example that would be a great addition to any collection.  It has been well cared for and currently needs nothing.  The family is keen to pass this car onto a LITA member with the hope of seeing it cruising on Long Island roads in the future.  The owner always garaged the car.

Current owner Rob Peglow: 516.408.8194  email
Or contact LITA Board Member Jim O’Malley (516.527.2711) or is assisting in fielding questions about the car.  Interested parties may contact Jim directly.



1962 TR-3B
This car was purchased as a partially completed restoration, subsequently completed by the current owner.  The frame has been professionally evaluated and declared one of the best original frames he has seen.  The restoration was completed in 2015 and has been driven minimally since on club events (<1000mi).  There are countless new and refurbished parts.  A link to a list is provided below itemizing all of the major components listing them as new, refurbished or original as appropriate.  A few of the notable changes are; Miata high back seats, GM alternator, High Torque Starter, TR4 Steering rack conversion, Stainless Steel exhaust and headers, Toyota 4-piston Brake calipers and much more.  This car starts and runs very well, and has as much or more pep than my 1974 TR6.  This is essentially a new TR-3B.

Asking $30,000
Contact Bob at 631-921-6185



1968 TR-250

Triumph Racing Green. Black interior, convertible top with cover and tonneau cover. Racing steering wheel.   AM/FM cassette stereo.  Body-off restoration by prior owner.
I have owned since 1998 and done the following:  Wire wheels with new Redline Radials.  New main & rod bearings. New front and rear seals.  New clutch, pressure plate, throw-out bearing & clutch master cylinder. Oil cooler with thermostat and stainless steel aircraft hoses.  Auxiliary upper-end oil feed.  New starter motor.  New radiator with auxiliary electric fan. New water pump. New timing chain.  New stainless steel exhaust. Rear End completely rebuilt w/ new ring & pinion gears, carrier bearings, pinion bearings, axle bearings and seals.  Rare transition car; only 8,000 made, only one year.

Ron Holik (631) 871-4115




1974 TR6 Original Owner, Garaged
asking $17,000
Very Clean, 61,000 original miles
Color: Mallard Green
Free Flow Exhaust, Overdrive, New Top
Reason for Selling, replaced by new Porsche
Call Mark at 516-458-3013 (Glen Head NY)




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