The Triumph TR6 was the best-selling Triumph in history when production ended in 1976. More than 94,000 TR6s were built, ninety per cent of them to US specification. The TR6 was a refined sports car. It featured pile carpets on floors and boot (trunk), plush-looking bucket seats, a lovely wooden dashboard and a full complement of instrumentation. In the US, it featured the six-cylinder engine that was carried over from the TR250, while the UK version had a more powerful fuel-injected engine from the TR5 that included the Lucas mechanical fuel injection system. It traces its lineage back to the four-cylinder Triumphs: TR4, TR4A, TR3/TR3A and TR2. This stylish six-cylinder sports car is regarded by some as the last true Triumph.
This beautiful matching numbers example finished in Jasmin Yellow with black interior rolled off the production line in 1969 and was first registered in early 1970. The Triumph has been restored to the highest standard and is an exceptional example of what the car would have looked like new. The car reads 47,000 miles on the odometer, however has only covered 350 miles since the exhaustive restoration. This has to be one of the most incredible examples on offer anywhere.