Photo taken at TRF Summer Party 1999 - and was printed in 
The Vintage Triumph magazine

             
  This is formally my 1974 TR6
sold 2003 to Tom Russo Succasunna, NJ
February 13, 2003
It will be missed!!!
  Commission Number CF16990U
  Build Date January 02, 1974
  Purchased May 22, 1989 from Frick Motor Company, Richmond VA
   
  Things (that I remember) that I have done to the TR6:
 
  each item is a story unto itself
  • new convertible top with reflective strips
  • new Bisque interior trim kit and sun visors
  • new seat foams, diaphragms, & covers
  • added J-type overdrive transmission rebuilt by Dean Tetterton
  • new wool carpet and sissel floor mats
  • engine rebuilt by Dean Tetterton
  • re-chrome bumpers & luggage rack
  • new Michelin redline tyres from Coker
  • new clutch master & slave installed at TRF 
    Summer Party
  • new brakes all around
  • new dash overlay
  • new choke, speedometer, tachometer, heater, and bonnet release cables
  • Rockford Fosgate radio/CD player in original mount with new speakers
  • new battery with "official" Lucas sticker
    another new battery & sticker 07/03/01
  • new green hoses - original not reproductions
  • new underhood paint and restoration by
    Jamie Barnhardt of Innovative Restorations
  • sandblast and repaint wheels
  • creased passenger door & repaired by Harrison Body Works- OUCH!
  • new clutch and  throwout bearing
  • resurface flywheel
  • rebuilt front suspension
  • replaced rear end (4 times)- works great now
  • original TR6 hardtop purchased near Pittsburgh, PA and painted
    Mallard Blue by Doyle Shaw
  • new rear wheel bearings
  • new rear gas tube shocks
  • brake master replaced
  • new bisque boot cover ordered from TRF
  • new brake booster 5/02
  • replaced tube shock conversion with original lever shock setup
     
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     11/02

Previously owned by Dr Barney E. Elliott
Owensboro, KY who told me that he bought the car used for $2,900 and put $4,000 of improvements not including a $3,500 paint job that still looks good today.
 
The first owner was an unknown (to me) male nurse from Lexington, KY