Triumph GT6 V8

Really sweet Triumph GT6 that was converted to a 302 V8. From the 2011 Colorado British Motoring Conclave (largest annual car show in the state that's for British marques *only*).

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Triumph GT6 Ford 5.0 V8
Triumph,GT6, V8, 1970 Triumph GT6 Ford 5.0 V8 400HP at 2000 Lbs. Very fast and fun to drive!. Modified All-Steel Body (except fiberglass front fascia). Mechanicals in great condition, paint may need refreshing. Engine: Ford 5.0 405 horsepower Ford T5 5-Speed Transmission Ford Motor Sports Aluminum GT40X Heads with Roller Rockers. Ford Racing E303 Cam, TRW Forged 10 to 1 pistons. Edelbrock manifold and 650cfm carburetor Aluminum Corvette Rear End,and Corvette Breaks all around. Sold





Episode 1 - 1971 Triumph GT6 Rebuild - Fanatik Motorsports
Episode ONE of this new journey! In case you missed the Trailer Video for this restoration, Fanatik Motorsports is a new side to this channel that will be focused on full sized vehicles. It will NOT in any way be replacing my normal RC based videos! Read more... This is my father's 1971 Triumph GT6 Mk3. Only 13,042 Mark 3's were ever produced, and this '71 model is claimed to be the best of the last years of the GT6. In '72 and '73 more emissions regulations led to decreased performance and ultimately the demise of the car. Only half of the 13,042 Mk3's produced were imported to North America, with an even smaller percentage making their way up to Canada, were I live. This was the only GT6 available within a 600km range of where we live, so although it's in rough shape, it's what we had available. It will be a beautiful runner when we're done though! It has a 2L inline 6 cylinder engine that, when new, made about 110bhp. Doesn't sound like much, but the whole car only weighs 2030lbs. Almost exactly the same power to weight ratio of the C1 Corvette! Impressive! The straight 6 has a lovely purr, plenty of low end grunt, and it's dual Stromberg Carbs provide quick throttle response... at least in the small amount of driving we did in it! The previous owner was hoping to put the car back onto the road, and so were we. However, after starting to take it apart it was obvious it needed a full restoration. We cut out the drivers floor panel near the beginning of the restoration because we thought that those two panels were all that really needed replacement, but in the end we're going to have to replace a LOT of metal on the car. The chassis will be restored first, and after that the body-shell. Stay tuned for updates, and take care! -MrRcFanatik Music from Audionautix.com Big Blue's Snappy Yeah Heading West Panama Hat License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US Music from FreeStockMusic.com Summer Aggressor License - http://www.freestockmusic.com/license-agreement/ ______________________________________________________ Please Rate, Comment and share!! SUB-IT-UP for more videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MrRcFanatik Like on FaceBook! http://www.facebook.com/pages/MrRcFanatik/438785156195277?fref=ts Follow on Google+ http://plus.google.com/u/0/b/110054509140142094227/+MrRcFanatik/videos





48 Hour Spitfire Rebuild
This is a time lapse video of the rebuild of a 1970 Triumph Spitfire. The rebuild took place on April 26, 2006





MUST SEE - Triumph GT6 MK2 Restoration 1969
SUBSCRIBE TO SEE THE LATEST VIDEOS Triumph GT6 MK2 restoration start to finish. 2.6 litre, SAH rocker, twin HS6 carbs, saloon overdrive gearbox, walnut dash, minilites, sports Exhaust, sports coil, electronic ignition, brake servo




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