Attention British Car Enthusiasts
:Looking for a good home for this beautiful 1967 Triumph GT6 MK1!Low Reserve Auction!**Please have your funds in order prior to placing a bid** I will be adding more pictures within the next day.A wonderful opportunity for the British car enthusiast that is looking for a great classic at an affordable price. The early MK1 is highly sought after by Triumph enthusiasts. Considered to be the best looking of the series in it's purest form. Many referred to them as the "Poor man's Jaguar" when they were introduced.Being sold with a "LOW RESERVE"!
Bid with confidence with my 100% positive feedback.International Buyers are welcome to bid on this great classic GT6.**Please read the entire listing prior to placing a bid**Bidders with less than 5 positive feedback transactions must make contact prior to placing a bid.Specs
Vin #: KC 4630 L Transmission: 4 SpeedMileage: 69,733Title: Clear "Michigan" Title (Titled as a 1968)Color: Red/Black interiorThe Triumph is being sold in "as is" condition with no warranties expressed or implied.
The GT6 was purchased from the long time female Triumph enthusiast that bought it in Arizona in the mid 90's and drove it back to Michigan. It was always garaged stored and was well cared for since her purchase. She was "hands on" owner and did a lot of the routine maintenance on it through the years. Other work had been performed at some of the local British repair shops.Back in the day, it was a daily driver and then ultimately became a weekend driver on the nicest of days. The body
is in good condition as shown in the pictures. It has older body work that is showing it's age. The rocker panels and floors were repaired many years ago, and like many repairs back in the day, they were not done properly. Although the rocker panels look good, the inner rocker panels have rusted and should be repaired properly at some point. The floors are solid, but as noted, were not done properly. Body shows evidence of older bondo repairs. There are a few small places on the frame that show some rust as well. Underside had been undercoated a few times over the years to preserve it. The right rear quarter panel shows evidence of previous repairs/bubbling. The panel fit is very good and the hood fits nicely as well. The car was fitted with mirrors on the fenders which have since been removed. There are painted plastic plugs to cover the mounting holes. Doors fit and close nicely. I believe the original color was white.Mechanically
the GT6 is in good mechanical condition and can be driven while making improvements. The 6 cylinder engine starts instantly at the turn of the key. The engine sounds good and runs strong. Transmission shifts fine, has some of the typical whines associated with vintage Brit transmissions. Throw out bearing is noisy at idle. Clutch has a little bit of judder when taking off, with a little finesse it's fine. It does have some typical oil leaks. Tachometer and temp gauge are not working. I did check the temperature with a digital thermometer and it's running at normal temperature. Charging system/battery are fine with no issues.About 6 years ago, the Triumph had some extensive work performed at the local British repair shop. There are very few miles on the work listed below.Carburetors rebuiltNew U JointsTune upPertronix ignition systemOil pan gasketFront and rear sealsBrake MCRear brake Overhaul including wheel cylinders & hosesPinion seal replacedMore recent work
:Has newer Sumitomo tiresHas new mechanical fuel pumpNewer starter motor. The Interior
had been redone some years ago and still looks very nice. The original seats were redone and a side bolster was added to each seat which keeps you firmer in the seat. The Triumph does not have seat belts. Dash top has been recovered. The wood dash was redone and looks very nice. The headliner was replaced as were door and trunk seals. Carpet was replaced with non original carpet. It is still in good condition. Door panels were redone as well. The GT6 is fitted with period correct "Western Mag Wheels" with correct center caps. The tires are newer Sumitomo's.**License plate not included.Any questions? send a message through ebay messaging.*please have your funds in order prior to bidding...Shipping is up to the buyer to arrange. ** For international buyers, Schumacher Cargo and Logistics can handle door to door shipping to the port of your choice. I have sold many cars overseas and the buyers have been pleased with how smooth the entire process was. As stated, the "Triumph" represents a wonderful opportunity for the British car enthusiast that is looking for a great opportunity on a rare British classic.The GT6 comes with a clear Michigan title. Sold in "As Is" condition with no warranties expressed or implied.
I have done my best to describe the Triumph to the best of my ability, however there may be some things that I may have missed. It is up to the buyer to do due diligence when making a purchase online. Do not make any assumptions about anything. Ask any questions that may have not been addressed. I am not responsible for any errors or erroneous information. If you would like to speak with me directly, please provide your contact number and I will get back to you.The fine print: If you have 5 or less feedback transactions, you must contact me prior to bidding. A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 is due within 24 hours of the auction end. If the deposit is not received, the Triumph will be offered to the next highest bidder. The balance is due within 7 days of the auction end date. The car must be picked up within 10 days of the auction end date. A $10.00 per day storage fee will be charged after the 10 days unless prior arrangements have been made. For International Buyers, I have sold many cars overseas with the buyers being extremely pleased with the sale. Once again, If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me. I do reserve the right to end the auction at any time.
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