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1969 Triumph GT6 Used rebuilt 2.0 inline 6L Manual Gasoline Coupe

Sale price: $US 6,000.00
Last update: 2.07.2020
Car location: Midland, Michigan, United States
For Sale by: Private Seller

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Engine:rebuilt 2.0 inline 6
Number of Cylinders:6
Sub Model:Spitfire Mk2
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Side:Left-hand drive
Interior Color:Black
Drive Type:RWD
Exterior Color:Blue
Body Type:Coupe
Vehicle Title:Clean
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
:“Runner, driver. Has many new parts and rebuilt engine with about 100 miles on it. New floors and inner/outer rockers. Brand new tires. Great patina. rear wheel bearing need replaced (noisy) and maybe new rear shocks. runs amazing.”
Item status:In archive
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Selling my 1969 Triumph GT6+Videos@
 ENGINE:  Over the winter i rebuilt the engine.  The engine rebuild included honing cylinders, new rings, new bearings,
new oil pump, new timing chain, regrinding the valves and seats. and put lots of new parts on it like alternator, fuel pump, tuneup parts, thermostat, belts and such.  Only about 100miles on engine since rebuild. BUT I DID NOT PAINT ANYTHING!  I left it all ratty looking but it runs awesome. New muffler. PLEASE NOTE: THE PICS SHOW THE OLD MUFFLER!
 BODY:  Over the winter I put in new floors and inner/outer rocker panels as well as lower A pillars and B pillars. All done with plug welds and then ground down smooth.  There is one section where the firewall meets the wheel well that needs a patch (see pics) It still needs a lot of work if you want a show car but it gets crazy attention as is! See pics of rust areas.  The doors are pretty rusty. I am quite sure they need replaced.  They open and close fine but the bottom of the door frame is rusted.  Drivers door wont open from the inside in the last few days.
 CHASSIS: The frame is super solid. Body was removed It has been wire wheeled and painted 3m Black Undercoating, New Rotoflex donuts
 BRAKES:  new front calipers, pad, rotors.  Many new brake lines including soft lines.  New rear wheel cylinders and pads
 TRANS: i just put a trans in it with 60k miles, new fluids. new clutch disk, rebuilt clutch master and slave and lines. new rear mounts. 30 miles since installed on this car.
  I have driven this car for little stints around town, the temp gauge reads high but my laser gauge doesn't show it to be overheating, 220deg was the hottest spot i could find on the head. PARTS:  It comes with a spare mk3 engine in pieces, but the bores look great. Spare mk3 drivers door, rear hatch , rear suspension, front suspension, and a few boxes of gauges and wiring and misc stuff.
I will ship anywhere as long as you arrange and pay and have a way to grab the parts if wanted.  Money must clear first. Bank transfers OK, Paypal works.  Local inspection and pick up preferred. 

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