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1971 Triumph TR6 , Signal Red $28,000

I have a TR-6 that I truly enjoy driving but no time to get out and drive it anymore, unfortunately. It is a 1971 Triumph TR-6 Signal Red, frame-off restoration I completed about 10 years ago and have put on about 7,200 miles since then. Most of those miles being in the first couple of years.
Being in pristine shape, Haggerty estimates the value being in the low 30’s.  I think that’s a little high for almost any TR-6 though. I’m asking $28K.  I won numerous awards with this car when I was actively showing it in competitions.
I’ve attached a couple of photos I took not too long ago.  The car is at my house, west of Fort Worth in Hudson Oaks.  I’m more than happy to have anyone out to look at it.  This car has always been garage kept and hand washed.
I did a lot of the assembly work myself but the engine was built by Ed Barnard, the head was rebuilt by someone in the Triumph club (might could use some new valve guides? – I see some smoke at times – could be that or too long between driving.) The seats are leather and carpet is wool, both supplied as kits from The Roadster Factory.  I also have both tonneau covers but have never used the full cover one and it needs to have a few more snaps installed to be fully functional.
The bodywork and paint were done by the Englishman who owns Crash Clinic over by Lockheed and the transmission was rebuilt by John @ Quantum Mechanics.
I did add an overdrive and it’s an early “A” type as appropriate. However, it is an Austin Healey “A” type that offers a 28% reduction vs. the Triumph spec’d 22% so it’s much more enjoyable at 70 mph.
Jeff at British Auto redid the rear wheel hubs/bearings not long after I got it back on the road so those should be good for a long while.
Overall, I tried to keep it mostly original but did add a few upgrades such as the leather seats, overdrive, urethane bushings and silicone brake/clutch fluid, stainless exhaust and stainless flexible brake lines. It has later TR-6 intake and exhaust manifolds (intake was not as squished in later years and exhaust was true dual in later years.) I did recently replace the clutch slave cylinder and the plugs in the bottom of both carburetors.
I’m sure there are a few things that could be addressed such as flushing the coolant, oil change – general maintenance that would be good to do, just for good measure.
Any other questions or similar, please let me know.  You can call my cell at 817-401-2204.

Bo Morris (817) 401-2204


1964 Triumph TR4, $28,500 (negotiable)

The bankruptcy trustee has now authorized me to release pictures of the vehicle. This car was restored several years ago by Gary Fuqua in Branson MO., then put in dry storage. I have cleaned the fuel system and it now runs very nicely. Please find pictures attached. If you have an interest, please contact the bankruptcy trustee (contact info below).

Kevin Coffey – (405) 235-1497

1976 Triumph TR6, $24,000

Excellent shape with A/C
Red Stripe Michelin tires on chrome wire wheels with spare mounted on wire wheel
Jack with tools
British made tool kit as came with car complete with grease gun
Roll Bar
Factory record document stating manufacture date, shipping date, name of ship and US destination with dealer’s name
Car cover and a few spare parts
Car Show clean

Located in Shreveport LA

I also have a Big Tex carhauler with aluminum toolbox and spare

Daniel McKinnon – (318) 532-9064

TR3/TR4 Parts Wanted

Brian Fisher, owner of the TR cut away “car” (seen at the Triumph National meet), would like to borrow, trade, or buy a TR3/TR4 starter, air cleaner, and exhaust manifold/system. Considering the project, they don’t need to be in particularly good condition, but a working starter would allow for the possibility of turning the engine over without using the hand crank, to help viewers see what goes on in the engine, clutch, and transmission. I am trying to finish my e-book, “The Inside Story” and have given away or sold these parts off the chassis to owners that needed them to get their cars back on the road. Info on the book can be seen at

Brian Fisher – (817) 929-5322

1977 Triumph TR7, $750

1977 Triumph TR7 2 Dr Coupe Project Car
Ran when parked! Engine turns.
Complete, straight and solid car with no missing components. Even some spares in the trunk!
Engine: # T050544CG
4 speed manual transmission
Odometer states 49,550 but I bet it’s turned over.
About five small dings on roof of car size of a dime; one on the rear valence. Scratch on driver’s rear fender.
No tears in the dash or consul; original red tartan interior needs replacing.

Asking $750
Rather it go to someone who can tinker on it or use it as parts. Would rather not sell it for scrap.

Debra Lankenau

1973 Triumph Stag, $20,000

Triumph Stag 4 Speed w/Overdrive.  Beautiful mechanically restored 1973 Stag with 45,370 miles. Sapphire Blue exterior, Print Blue interior, 4 speed with overdrive. New or rebuilt: engine, transmission, steering rack, brake cylinders, radiator, water pump, carbs, suspension (poly), exhaust (stainless). Except for the rebuilds, this car is basically a “survivor” – one paint spray, no rust, no accidents, no parts missing.

See pictures at

Howard Bacharach

1979 Triumph TR7, $1,500

I have 1979 Triumph TR7 for sale.  These pictures were taken in 2008 when I bought the car to help a friend.  I can send recent pictures as well.  I drove the car one time and have had it sitting ever since.  The tires were brand new when parked but have gone flat but will hold air for a while.  When I got the car out of the shop after buying it, I had tires installed, inspected and had title and registration work.  When I drove it to my home, we noticed the water pump leaking.  I just do not have time to work on it or restore it.  The convertible window has since fallen off.  I also have a brand new cover for the car still in the box.

I would like for someone to give the vehicle the attention and care it deserves.  Therefore I am selling it for $1500 or best offer.  It will need to be trailered to get to your location.  I am located outside Wichita Falls, Texas.

A. Damon Tofte

TR7 Parts for Sale

1. TR7 Stainless Tubular Extractor Manifold/Header (New, Rimmer Bros.)
2. Dacia fascia base (bare dashboard)
3. Set of front/rear road springs (New, Rimmer Bros.)
4. Windshield (New)
5. Tinted door glass set (Left and Right, door and quarter-light)
6. Carpet set (New, Rimmer Bros.)

See detailed parts list (PDF) for more details on each.  Call or e-mail for additional details.

Richard Urbanski – (817) 296-6038 or (817) 307-3573
Fort Worth TX

TR7/Spitfire Differential for Sale, $250

Rear differential 3.63:1, fits TR7 and Spitfire
39,000 miles on the unit

Richard Urbanski – (817) 296-6038 or (817) 307-3573
Fort Worth TX

1975 Triumph TR6, $9,200
*Price Reduced*

Located in Rockwall.   Call or email to get more info and additional pictures.

Stephen Bentley – (214) 755-5805