Triumph TR6 Restoration
A Triumph TR6 restoration showing polyester primer,urethane primer, sealer,
jambing, paint, & polish.
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1975 Triumph TR6 Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Vanguard Motor Sales started 25 years ago as a part time hobby. Within the
last 8 years we have become the premier seller of classic and muscle cars,
both locally and internationally. Vanguard Motor Sales is an experienced
seller with integrity, and our 100% positive feedback on eBay supports
that! Click the "eBay Feedback" button on the home page of our website, or
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able to read all of the positive feedback we've received over the last 8
Our inventory is always stored indoors! We have a brand new,
state-of-the-art, 20,000 square foot facility that is open to the public.
We would love for you to stop by and see us! We are located 20 minutes away
from Detroit Metro Airport, and would be happy to pick you up and drop you
off if you fly in. New cars arrive daily, and our inventory is always
Vanguard Motor Sales owns all of our inventory, we are not a consignment
dealership. You are dealing directly with the owner of the vehicle, not a
middle man. All of our vehicle titles are free of liens, and we are not
selling other peoples problems. Every car we purchase is of the utmost
quality. Our mission is to exceed your expectations!
If you are interested in this car, or any of our other 50+ cars, don't wait
for the auction to end on eBay. You may loose out if you wait! Our shop is
open to the public, and when a walk in customer puts a deposit on a car we
reserve the right to close the eBay listing before the auction ends. If you
think this car is "The One", we can end the auction by adding a "But It
Now" to the auction for the reserve price. If an auction ends and the bids
do not meet the reserve price, we will continue to relist it until it
sells. Do not hesitate to contact Tom 7 days a week!
We take over 100 photographs of the car, as well as a high definition
video, so you know exactly what to expect. We encourage you to hire an
independent inspector to check out the car, prior to purchase or bidding.
We have a hoist available for views of the undercarriage, and our mechanics
are available to speak with if you have any questions.
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transport. We ship all of our vehicles enclosed, so they leave our shop
clean and they are delivered to your driveway clean.
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1975 Triumph TR6
This TR6 was originally a right-hand driver, and was converted by the
factory to be a left-hand driver for sale in the USA. We purchased the car
from a gentleman in Michigan, who owned the car for 19 years. He bought the
car out of Wichita, Kansas, in 1993, and drove it all the way home from
Kansas to Michigan. He has kept the car mostly stock, and only did a few
subtle changes. This car was entered into the "Battle of the Brits" car
competition 4 of the last 5 years, and took 1st or 2nd every time.
Original Stock Drive Train
Straight Six Engine
Dual Zenith Stromberg Carbs
Correct Green Triumph Hoses
Converted to Electronic Ignition
Front Disc Brakes with New Master Cylinder
Rear Tube Shock Conversion
Spin-On Oil Filter Conversion
New Slave Cylinder on Clutch
Emergency Back-Up Bonnet Release
Exhaust System in Great Shape
Frame in Excellent Shape
Replaced Sun Visors
Replaced Ash Trays
Replaced Pedal Pads
New Skins and Foam on Seats
Nice Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
Aftermarket Pioneer Stereo
New Convertible Top and NOS Frame
Comes with the Original Toneau Cover (rarely used)
Beautiful Red Paint Over a Solid Straight Body
Very Nice Wheels and Tires
Chrome, Tail Light Lenses, Bumper Guards all Look Great
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Removing the Rear Upright from axle on a Triumph Spitfire
Here is my method of removing the rear upright from the axle on a Triumph
Spitfire... Brute force... if you notice the only time the thing budged was
when I hit the cement by mistake. I learned from my experience and the
second one came off after three wacks on the bare cement.
Hub and wheel drum puller - 2027
This tool is intended for the disassembly of various wheel hubs. It is
designed for simple and flexible use. With the extractor hooks supplied,
the hubs can be removed with three, four or even five hooks, depending on
the type of hub. Because its use is extremely flexible due to the five
extractor hooks, the tool is useful for the majority of hub types up to a
diameter of 250 mm.
The tool consists of a spindle, five extractor hooks and forged hook
handle. The handle also has an additional notch that prevents the extractor
hooks from sliding off the tool during the assembly or disassembly of the
hub. The strong construction allows safe and long-term use with high loads.
We recommend that you do not use pneumatic hammers!
Practical Classics Magazine: Triumph Spitfire group test
Practical Classics Magazine. Journalist John Simister road tests a group
of five very different classic Triumph Spitfires at a soaking wet
Bruntingthorpe proving ground in the UK.
Models include a standard Mk1 Spitfire, a car fitted with a Renault engine
taken from an old Renault 5 GT turbo, a
Macao racer replica and a Le-Mans spec Spitfire.
Featured in the July 2011 issue of Practical Classics Magazine.
Filmed in high definition on the Panasonic AG-AF101. Produced and edited