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Previously Sold Triumph's at The Classic Connection


Triumph TR6 1974 UK matching numbers car. Finished in its original colour scheme of Carmine red with black interior and black vinyl soft top and tonneau cover. Four speed with overdrive. Extensive work has been done on this car in recent years including a full respray and body rebuild, full engine and head rebuild with fast road camshaft, full interior re-trim including sound deadening, new would veneers, refurbished wheels with new tyres, new fuel tank, new stainless exhaust, new distributor with electronic ignition, new vinyl roof with refurbished hood frame, new windscreen rubber and satin black frame top, new seat belts, new wing mirrors. new brakes and suspension bushes and joints where required. This is a well sorted TR6 that is fantastic to drive and in lovely condition throughout. History including heritage certificate.


Triumph TR6, Brooklands green with black leather interior and black mohair soft top. 1974 N registration. This superb car was restored in 2006 and still remains in excellent condition throughout, even the chassis and engine bay remain as good as you could get. It has a tonneau cover when the roof is down and a wind deflector. Sounds great and it drives without fault. The history file folders are full of receipts for the restoration and parts. MX sports seats make this car so comfortable and the engine has been uprated with unleaded head, fast road camshaft, HS6 carburettors with K&N pancake filters, high toro starter motor, electronic cooling fan, electronic ignition, battery isolator, spin on oil filter, oil cooler, J type overdrive. Vented front brake discs, adjustable Spax suspension, Motolita steering wheel. The best TR6 I have had the pleasure of offering for sale.


Triumph TR5 PI 1968 F registration, Jasmine yellow with black interior, Surrey hardtop, overdrive. This is a genuine UK home market car that has been restored to a very high standard, the Heritage certificate shows that it was built in January 1968 and was registered HWL992F which it still has today, it also has been restored to its original colour. The restoration was completed in 2012 and there is a photographic diary showing a new chassis and engine rebuild etc, the body was completely rebuilt with new metal. Over twenty two thousand pounds were spent on parts alone.

This is a very rare car now as so few remain which were built for the UK rather than the TR250 that was for export. It is sure to carry on appreciating as they have done over the last five years. It looks fantastic and drives exactly as it should. There is a large file of invoices to show the cars rebuild and also some articles the restoration featured in.


Triumph Stage Convertible, 1975 N registration, automatic, white with tobacco interior and black mohair soft top. Only 71,000 miles from new verified with over thirty old mot certificates and the original passport to service book. This car has benefitted from much recent expenditure including an engine rebuild including heads totalling over eight thousand pounds alone. An aluminium radiator and header tank have been fitted to ensure maximum cooling. Motalita steering wheel and period alloy wheels. The original wheels and steering wheel are supplied with the car. The car has just been mot’d and will have a service upon purchase. This is without doubt the best driving Stag I have seen and also the most original well preserved car with a great service file and photos of any work done.


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