The history.... I bought this new in 1969. I have driven it out to BC 4 times and it has approximately 400,000 mles on it. I say approximately since I have changed every part part, including engines, (current engine has about 15000 km) several times. I have spares for every part, engines, transmissions, rear ends (haven't change one yet), instrumentation, tail lights, all chrome, seats, wipers, brake clyinders, glass and even 2 factory, never installed rocker panels. I have one of the EXTREMELY rare orginal factory metal hard tops. Factory shop manuals come with it. It is sitting on a 4'x8' commercially made metal framed trailer (included) This trailer has never left the property. I fully intended to restore this pet car but its been years and I havent got around to it and , honestly, its not likely to happen. I have numerous reasons and excuses, including the 1972 Mercedes 280SL. So it could be yours! This is a winter project to be driven next year! You must have mechanical interest and tools (Triumph specific tools are included) incuding bodywork skills. CONS: This car has been sitting outside on the trailer under a tarp for 6-8 years and is demanding in areas Money, interest and attitude will get you this car...... Money alone will not $4500.
See the Youtube video "https://youtu.be/JYLA-bxvW5g" for the 1969 GTfire....The GT6 engine featured in this youtube video IS included in this package
Photos are stock except the last one at house. Last 4 pictures are of todays condition
Some questions that have been asked…..
- The factory shop manuals for both the GT6 and the Spitfire are included - The trailer is part of the package - The current engine has 15,000km on it - Triumph factory carburation tools are included - Steel tuned exhaust header
Youtube https://youtu.be/JYLA-bxvW5g https://youtu.be/HlnJDh7iHNg