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February Car Triumph TR6 PI

Engine

6 Cylinder in line

Displacement: 2.496cc

Bore & Stroke: 74.7mm x 95mm

Values overhead: 12

Carburation: injection

Compression ratio: 9.5 to 1

Power output: 142bhp at 5700rpm

 

Transmission

Clutch: Borg & Becks single dry plate

Gearbox: 4-speed, manual with overdrive

 

Performance

Maximum speed: 121mph

Acceleration: 0-60 8.2secs

Construction

All metal body on ladder type chassis

 

Brakes

Front: disc

Rear: drums

 

Steering

Rack and pinion

 

Suspension

Front: independent coil and wishbones

Rear: independent, semi-trailing arms, coil springs

 

Wheels

16in centre lock wire wheels

Dimensions & Weight

Wheelbase: 7ft 4 in

Track - front: 4ft 2.24in

Track - rear: 4ft 1.75in

Overall length: 12ft 1.1in

Overall width: 4ft 10in

Overall height: 4ft 2in

Ground clearance: 6in

Kerb weight: 22.1cwt

Fuel tank capacity: 11 1/4 gallons

 

TR6 Production 1968-76

Export (Mainly USA): 86,103

Home: 8,516

Total built: 94,619

This is my 1971 TR6 which had a total body off rebuild in the 1990’s, carried out by an engineer in Scotland. I have owned this car for approximately 6 years. The original build took place on 10 May 1971 for the home market. The colour was originally “New White”. As you can see from one of the photographs the TR6 is fitted with a hard top, I have never seen one fitted before. Paul Brailsford

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