Registry: 1972 Triumph GT6 MkIII

Stephen W's 1972 Triumph GT6 MkIII
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Price: $1,400
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Selling this car for my meticulous friend--we both suffer from OCD (Obsessive Car Disorder) with too many projects already. Much work has been done and body seems to be in very good condition. Floors look great and the "seams" where the rear wings meet the body have been filled in for a more smooth appearance. All glass included with the car. Steel wheels depicted (factory) do not go with the car, rather, the aluminum finned (turbine) style (see photo) will go with the car.

Car has front and rear bumpers. Needs starter, flywheel, clutch pressure plate, release bearing, carburetors, & air cleaner.

Interior missing everything but does have two seats, steering column, & steering wheel. Needs everything else.

Has headlight surrounds and tail lights, but needs all other lights.

A binder full of receipts and technical data is included with the car. Many, many new parts installed! Car was safely parked "high and dry" and did not flood. Car is located between Houston and Galveston. Bring your trailer!

Vehicle Information

Owner: Stephen W   [Cobra Steve]
Location: Clear Lake Shores, TX, USA USA
Status: Restoration in progress

Model Year:1972
Original Colour:96 Sapphire
Current Colour:96 Sapphire
Engine Type:I6 2.0L
Transmission:4 Speed
Last Updated:2018-06-22 10:09:06


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Member Comments on Registry: 1972 Triumph GT6 MkIII   ↵
2018-04-11 08:36:53 # 49666
Comment by Ed B
My '72 Sapphire 96 was an Oct. edition which also is an OU, suffering the similar OCD ... and, pretty much looks the same.... hmmm, like to hear how it turns out for you. Ed.
2018-04-11 14:22:39 # 49672
Comment by Stephen W
Will keep all informed. Have a couple of folks interested in the car. Beauty of the GT6 is you have the elan of a coupe with the simplicity of the Spitfire! Parts cost next to nothing and you won't see yourself coming and going at every stoplight. Today's carbon-copy squished jelly bean cars lack the soul our LBCs have.
2018-05-27 15:49:27 # 50412
Comment by Paul Horton
I like the little car and if I had it there would be lots of positive changes. As for now, I will watch how it goes. Texas is a long way to go! Paul

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2018-06-22 10:09:06

Changes from 2018-03-13 10:45:16 to previous 2016-02-22 17:52:29
Engine Type added   I6 2.0L
Trans Type added   4 Speed

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Mar 12, 2018 Stephen W  USA Owner Transfer
Feb 22, 2016 Rick Lindsay  USA Added to Registry (ID 32751)

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