1972 Triumph GT6 6 cyl

1972 Triumph Other GT6

Condition: Used
Make: Triumph
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Trim: GT6
Year: 1972
Mileage: 67,300
VIN: KF10168
Color: Silver
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oley, Pennsylvania, United States

Description for Triumph Other 1972

1972 Triumph GT6

Manufactured: Oct. 1971

Comm. No. (VIN): KF10168

*Paint 66 Trim 33

*Car was repainted from blue to current color of silver

Odometer: roughly 67,300

I’m hoping to find a new home for my Triumph GT6. The buyer will be the beneficiary of over $10000.00 invested in professional restoration – Cloverleaf Services in Malvern, PA:

Removed transmission and dissembled – removed engine pan, checked bearings, removed crank to replace all bearings, cleaned block and all engine parts, rebuilt transmission, replaced engine bearings, removed front and rear engine plates, replaced gaskets and seals, repaired timing chain cover, replaced timing chain, gears and tensioner, resurfaced flywheel, replaced clutch assembly, steam cleaned engine and front suspension, painted engine, replaced steering rack, removed front calipers and disassembled, rebuilt calipers, replaced front brake hoses, replaced front wheel bearings, installed calipers, installed engine and transmission assembly, removed intake and exhaust manifolds, repaired intake manifold at water fitting, cleaned exhaust manifold and painted, installed manifolds and carbs, installed all correct engine duct and cooling duct panel, modified as needed for oil cooler and hoses, replaced oil cooler, replaced rear brakes, wheel cylinders and adjusters, freed and repaired handbrake, replaced rear brake hoses, bled system and adjusted correctly, installed electronic ignition and set up, made and installed new ignition wires, repaired various light, lamp and wiring issues, repaired horn, replaced clutch master and slave cylinders, replaced drive shaft and U joints, four wheel alignment. Separate repair order includes both upper ball joints, outer tie-rod ends, rear axle rubber couplers and misc. work (additional $797 to below). Receipts included with car.

Parts: $3265.48

Labor: $6045.43

Total: $9300.91

This is by far a great looking, fast, and fun vintage car. The value will only go up from here so I regret the need to sell it. My plan was to finish the restoration (mostly cosmetic at this point) and bring it back to the original blue color. Paint isn’t bad but has some scratches. Everything works on the car as it should although I’m not sure about the heater fan.

I took many underside pics. I only see surface rust and dirt. Everything is solid from what I can tell, although appears damage of some sort was repaired on one of the rocker panels (see pic).

I’ll do my best to schedule inspections and test drives. I’ll end the auction early if we come to an agreement.

Car is located near Boyertown, PA. Antique tag is transferable to new owner if in PA. No inspection or recurring registration fees required.

Please don’t contact me with offers to help me sell this car or if you are affiliated with Gateway Classic Cars.