1974 TRIUMPH GT6 MK3 – £17,950
After the shortcomings of the poor handling MK1, the MK2 was a far superior proposition and a great drivers car with its silky smooth six-cylinder, long-legged overdrive then after a short run the ultimate development was launched the MK3.
This provided a serious long-distance cruising GT for very little money.
Compared to its rival the MG B GT the GT6 was known as “a poor mans E Type” and proved very successful for the brand.
This is a lovely MK3 finished in French blue with black interior with overdrive.
She has had ongoing maintenance as required over the years inc restoration, engine and gearbox rebuild around 5000 miles ago.
Today, she still presents beautifully and drives perfectly with the silky smooth six cylinder and long legs she is a fun car with good handling and brakes.
There is a comprehensive history file including invoices dating back to the 1970s and of course the more recent work by triumph specialists.
On the road, these GT6s are so smooth and easy belying their 50 years and are very useable keeping up with modern traffic.
Supplied fully inspected, serviced with 12 months warranty.