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Registry: 1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII)



Jeff Gross's 1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII)
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I originally bought this GT6 with plans to use as a second daily driver. With that mentality, I automatically repaired/replaced any and all parts that were necessary in order to complete my need. No aftermarket or permanent modification were done to it under my ownership and as far as I can tell by any previous owner. Unfortunately as we all see time is a precious thing and I have turned my time elsewhere unfortunately. I would love to spend everyday after work and weekends getting this thing perfect for me, but my current life will not allow me to do so. I would like for this car to go to someone who want to continue my hard work and those before me to keep this GT6 on the road.

The GT6 runs great, I have never had a problem starting it up. After a minute or so of warming up it has a smooth torque curve and shifts smoothly through all gears. As you can tell from the pictures I have installed new seats from Intatrim, a British company. I do still have the original seats and bumpers as well. There is some rust on the passenger rear fender. However as far as I can tell there is just some bondo underneath the unoriginal paint to help smooth the lines as bit, very little rust else where.

As far as parts I have replaced I will to make as list here
- driver's side rear wheel bearing (inner and outer with new races)
- driver's rear rotoflex with new bolts
- front calipers (both)
- front brake hoses and hard lines to calipers
- new brake master cylinder
- coolant flush
- engine oil and filter
- valve adjustment
- distributor cap/rotor/points/condenser
- ignition wires
- spark plugs
- New kuhmo solus tires with plenty of tread life left
- plastic dipped white paint on wheels

Other NEW parts I have, but not installed
- full suspension bushing kit
- solid steering rack bushings upgrade kit
- brake pads set
- mechanical fuel pump
- tie rod ends
- nearly every other wheel bearing for the car
- steering rack boots

And I have a couple used axles/hub assemblies as well.

This is definitely a driver's car and has been taken care that way, no shortcuts taken. I daily drove it for a couple months while searching for another vehicle.

Feel free to email me at jgross9691@gmail.com

Vehicle Information

Owner: Jeff Gross   [jgross6]
Location: Leesburg, Virginia, USA USA
Status: Running


VIN:KC750726
Model Year:1970
Original Colour:142 Sunset Met.
Current Colour:Grey
Odometer:99,620 miles
Engine Type:2.0L I6
Transmission:4 Speed
Last Updated:2017-05-03 19:50:42

 

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Member Comments on Registry: 1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII)   ↵
Rated 9.5 out of 10 based on 4 ratings
2017-05-15 12:07:42 # 42296
Comment by Dimitri Dekeyser
I am interested please reach me at dimitri.dekeyser@hotmail.com
2017-06-29 08:20:32 # 43188
Comment by Fred Hollier
Hello Jeff.....first of all is the car still for sale and if it is do you still have the bumpers? Had a couple of these in my youth and looking to buy another. Thanks Fred 810 7303792.
2017-07-10 22:04:07 # 43459
Comment by Jim Moscardini
That is one pretty GT6+ (my favorite). I just threw 5 Stars on you. Sweet car. I haven't seen it at any of the local shows (I'm just over the Nice Bridge in MD). Do you make it to any of them? I'd love to check out your interior. Nice job. Ciao!
2017-07-10 22:04:52 # 43460
Comment by Jim Moscardini
That is one pretty GT6+ (my favorite). I just threw 5 Stars on you. Sweet car. I haven't seen it at any of the local shows (I'm just over the Nice Bridge in MD). Do you make it to any of them? I'd love to check out your interior. Nice job. Ciao!

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2017-05-03 19:50:42

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Jul 8, 2015 Jeff Gross  USA Added to Registry (ID 38232)

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