1970 Triumph GT6 plus (Mark II) 2.0L six cylinder for sale
Current customer rating:(2.1) based on 174 votes
This is one of the finest GT6's on the market. I am selling the car because of ill-health. it is doubtful if I can drive the car any more. I do not want the car to sit so I have decided to sell it. It was my intention to keep the car permanently. Please look at the pictures carefully. they will give you a good idea of the quality of the car. The body and paint are in very good condition. there are some stone chips that have been touched-up. The undercarriage is excellent. no rust. dents or holes. The floor pans and frame are excellent. The body is in excellent condition. no rust. Frankly. it looks as good as when it left the factory. The front and rear suspension are also in excellent condition. the bushings are all in very good condition. no cracks or tears. the exhaust system is also in very good condition. no holes etc. There are steel mesh brake lines on all four corners. The calipers look new. Between myself and the previous owner. the car has never seen rain or snow. It has always been garaged. The previous owners were fanatical as evidenced by the file folder full of records and receipts. The receipts date back to 1982. The odometer says 9517. I know this is not correct. speedometer does not work. frankly I drive the car so little it has not been a problem for me. plus I have not wanted to take the speedometer and transmission cover off and risk damaging the interior. All other gauges. lights. dome lights. heater etc. all work. It has needed nothing done other than I tuned it. The interior and carpets are in excellent condition as is the dashboard and top dash. no nicks or rips. The headliner is in very good condition also. As you can tell from the pictures there is no radio. I have been looking for an original British Leyland radio but have not found one in good condition. Aside from the visual appearance of the car and the mechanicals. the amazing and detailed receipts gave me confidence in the car's condition and history. I even have a vehicle trip permit from Washington State in 1996. but most receipts go back to 1982/1983. It has Koni shocks. the tires and wheels are like new. the tires were purchased and installed 4/11/13. Needless to say. the car runs and drives great. all new hoses and belts. The car is all original or using OEM type parts. no modifications or hot-rodding. The Stromberg carbs are original and have been rebuilt. Even the ignition system is of the original type. no electronic ignition. This is what sold me on the car. it has not been modified. it is what a 1970 GT6 was and looked like when it left the factory. It is priced fairly for its excellent condition. hopefully high enough to discourage someone from buying it to modify. You will not be disappointed. Now the legal stuff: I reserve the right to cancel the auction at anytime. Full payment is required within 10 days of the end of the auction. A cash. check or money order is fine as is a bank/wire transfer. The car will not be released until my bank has confirmed that the check has cleared. Or come and get the car and drive it home. I do have a clear Colorado title in my name. This is a NO RESERVE AUCTION so highest bidder wins. Good luck. if you have further questions email me via E-Bay. I do have additional pictures.
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from David, dated 27 february 2018 still for sale?
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