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Designer: Karmann
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Triumph TR6
The TR6 was the final version of the 'Hairy Chested TR'. In 1969 the Michelotti-styled TR4/TR5 was given to Karmann of Osnabruck to be restyled. Keeping the centre section and the doors and windscreen, Karmann gave the car a new nose and a roomier squared off boot, but underneath the separate TR4 chassis was largely unchanged. Mechanically, the TR6 carried over the TR5 engines, and the USA market was given a Stromberg carb 104bhp version of the 2498cc 6-cylinder engine and a solid rear axle. European markets had independent rear suspension and fuel-injection initially to 150bhp, but from 1973-1976 emmissions legislation emasculated the engine down to 125bhp. 94,000 TR6s were sold, mostly on the North American markets
Triumph TR6 front 1971
Triumph TR6. Styled by Karmann, the TR6 gave an elegant new body to the TR5 compnents. However the body still used a separate chassis dating back to TR4.

Triumph TR6 front 1972
Triumph TR6.

Triumph TR6 front 1973
Triumph TR6 Hardtop, The hardtop on this TR6 is a factory fit steel hardtop

Triumph TR6 rear 1971
Triumph TR6 Convertible

Triumph TR6 rear 1973
Triumph TR6 Hardtop, The hardtop on this TR6 is a factory fit steel hardtop

v_Triumph TR6 side
Triumph TR6. The TR5 had re-engined the TR4 but kept the same Michelotti body. For the TR6 the car was re-bodied, this time by Karmann, and produced from 1969 to 1976.

Triumph TR5
Triumph TR5
Triumph TR7 and TR8
Triumph TR7 and TR8
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