FOR SALE 1970 Triumph GT6+


Last on road in Fall of 2013. Originally from Ohio, this is a great driver that is in need of some work or restoration. 2 liter straight six engine (needs thrustwashers); non OD 4 speed manual gearbox has 3:27 rear differential (same final drive as OD); SS Bell exhaust has a great burble; rare Cosmic magnesium wheels; desirable rotoflex rear suspension. This GT6 was my daily driver but too many projects force me to put it up for sale. More photos available by request. Car is currently stored off premises.  

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1976 TR7 Coupe For Sale

"Winky the Wedge"

Complete car with very little rust (trunk floor is the worst). This is an early rare 4 speed car that was running when parked. After the rescue, I have put some good tires on it and the engine turns freely. Needs to be recommisioned but it is all there. Formerly a French Blue car with dark blue corded seats and black interior panels. this car has some provenance as it was purchased from brothers who were stars on the "Downeast Dickering" TV show. Click on photo to enlarge, more photos coming




For Sale 1974 Triumph TR6

This car originally lived in North Carolina and came to Maine in 2002, only to be parked in a dry garage until recently. It is a very solid car with some rust repair in the driver's floorboard. The frame and body are as good as you can find on a TR6. It needs to be recommisioned and was parked due to a faulty fuel pump. The black interior is presentable and it has a non-overdrive 4 speed gearbox. Options include a bolt in roll bar and a Parrish Plastics hardtop. Originally a French Blue car, it was resprayed at some point in it's life. It would benefit from a repaint. Cheap money for a rust free TR6, price will go up if I get it road worthy, which won't take much in my opinion. This car has an interesting history. Click on photos to enlarge.

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1965 MGB For Sale

$2500 obo

Listing this for a friend. This is a complete early pull handle 1965 MGB that needs a restoration. It has a high compression engine and a 4 speed gearbox (non-overdrive). It runs and yard drives and is a complete car. It was stored in a garage that the roof collapsed due to snow load, fortunately, it survived the hit pretty well. These early MGB are getting harder and harder to find, this one is salvagable and is cheap money for a pull handle MGB. Click on photos to enlarge.


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