TR6 ranks as one of the most popular British cars for modern
TR6 was introduced in 1969 with a re-skinned body versus the
prior TR5, TR5/250. More TR6s were produced by Triumph
than any prior TR: over ninety thousand were sold before the
TR6 was replaced by the TR7 in 1976.
With the optional
hardtop, the TR6 makes an excellent "Grand Touring (GT)"
coupe. This worldwide recognized car is well loved by its
owner who trusted MPH Motor Panels to rebuild it to its former