This is the car that Triumph never built but should have, the GTR-6.
The GTR-6 was finished in spring of 2012 as a daily driver and cross-country traveler. There are no concerns keeping up with traffic.
This is a 1973 Triumph Mk3 GT-6 frame, hood, brakes & front suspension. The GT-6 vent windows and heater have been added for improved ventilation in the cockpit. Rear suspension is the Roto-Flex system from a Mk2 GT-6.
The body is a 1970 Triumph Spitfire Mk 4 with 1978 Spitfire door with the side impact safety beams. Front valences are fiberglass pieces. Initial bodywork and paint by Bennett Coachworks.
The drivetrain is a Triumph TR-6 engine, TR-6 transmission and J Type overdrive (OD on second, third & fourth gear). There is a Good Parts triple Stromberg manifold, TriumphTune valve cover and Crane ignition, all else is stock. Drivetrain including differential built by Steve Yott of The Silver Lake Triumph Centre.
The interior includes leather seats and carpet/trim by Ericson’s. Matching wood dash, steering wheel & shift knob by Gary Cimino of C & G woodcraft.