Locoster
Locoster
9/21/10 12:42 a.m.

1970 TR6 with 59,000 miles and has spent over 15 years in a barn. It has no motor or transmission, is almost rust free because it is from the dry Canadian prairies. It is located 2 hours north of Plentywood, Montana in Regina, Sask. It is 1/2 the price of a new frame at $1600.00 What a start for a V6 or V8 engine swap !! I can be phoned at 306 584-9531 Ed

triumph5
triumph5 HalfDork
9/21/10 1:07 a.m.

overpriced.

dorri732
dorri732 New Reader
9/21/10 6:17 a.m.

In reply to triumph5:

While that may very well be the case, there isn't anywhere enough information in this post to determine that.

I, for one, would like to see pictures (of the car if possible, otherwise, just random stuff).

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette HalfDork
9/21/10 9:42 a.m.

I have 3 rusty tr6 s in citrus county florida complete drive trains not much in body panels

triumph5
triumph5 HalfDork
9/21/10 10:03 a.m.

A '71, with working transmission and engine,complete interior, stored for 7 years, in running condition, with surface rust on the suspension, and some on the exhaust, sold last week for 2k on Long Island.

Agreed, the info on this one is brief. But a no trans or enigine TR6 for that money should look like it rolled out of mothball storage. IMO.

spitfirebill
spitfirebill Dork
9/21/10 12:07 p.m.
triumph5 wrote: A '71, with working transmission and engine,complete interior, stored for 7 years, in running condition, with surface rust on the suspension, and some on the exhaust, sold last week for 2k on Long Island.

I call that a good find and not all that common. Escepcilly if your desrciption is corrent. I see rusty POS's offered for around $3500. Any cheaper and they need a lot of work.

I do have a friend that has offered me a TR6 at "around" $2,100. Not running, no OD, but the seats have been redone. Nicest seats i've ever seen in a Triumph. But even it will need a going through.

EDIT: I need to buy this 6 and give up the TR3 fantasy.

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