I wouldn't go near it. It has a 289 Ford and an automatic
transmission in it,
and the fact that the current owner can't tell a TR6 from a TR4 would
That, and comments like "Needs brakes, in excellent condition" make me
what this person is up to. Which is it? Needs brakes, or is in excellent
Many of these V8 conversions are real hack jobs, and no
quality control in the conversion means problems, IMHO.
Sigh. Caveat Emptor.
Cogito Ergo Zoom
(I think, therefore I go fast)
TR6 Web page: http://home.comcast.net/~v.navarrette/
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Todd Bermudez
Sent: December 09, 2004 6:32 AM
To: Philip E. Barnes; Acekraut11@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: 68 TR6
I'm guessing it's either a TR4A or 250. If that
"custom" top comes off easily & it's a rust free
California car AND you can get it for around 5K...not
such a bad starter car. It's been on there a few
months...I've been keeping track.
--- "Philip E. Barnes" <email@example.com> wrote:
> At 11:39 PM -0500 12/8/04, Acekraut11@aol.com wrote:
> >Thought there might be some of you that might be
> interested in
> >seeing the until now unknown 1968 Triumph TR6.
> That's pretty sad.
> Phil Barnes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Cortland, NY (nowhere near New York City)
> '71 TR6 CC61193L (27 year owner)