Restoration Project: 1975 Triumph TR6 Complete!

Written by on November 9, 2018 in Restoration, Triumph with 2 Comments
Triumph TR6 Restoration

Restored to all its former glory.

We just finished up our restoration of this beautiful, Delft Blue 1975 Triumph TR6. This is a two-owner car that our client bought when he moved here to the US from England many years ago. The car was only a few years old at that time and provided lots of fond memories for our client. He has owned the car the entire time, but as you can see from when it arrived here at BSC, it had fallen into a sorry state.

The car had sat outside for many years and had some rust, but overall was a great candidate for restoration. It was still wearing all its original paint and upholstery, so we could see firsthand what we were dealing with. No accidents and a straight, solid, complete specimen with minimal rust. Our client wanted a nice show quality car, but not quite Concours-level. We think what we provided fits the bill perfectly.

Triumph TR6 Restoration

Quite the interior transformation!

The paint and bodywork was done here locally by Kens Body Shop who we have used for many, many years. They did a fantastic job as they always do. The fit and finish is really first class. The upholstery was provided by Moss Motors, as well as just about all the parts on this restoration. As usual, all mechanical and assembly was done here in house by our trained technicians. Please take a good look at the photos and see just how beautiful this restoration turned out.

Triumph TR6 Restoration

Things are looking pretty sharp under the hood, too!

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  1. Well done Mate. Amazing! You restored the 70’s car. Hopefully you can able to restore the vintage car. 🙂

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