How much is a Triumph GT6 worth?
Over the last three years, the Triumph GT6 has appreciated well with a Mk I in excellent condition increasing from an average value of $13,000 in 2018 to over $20,000 in September 2020 (see below)….1970 Triumph GT6 Mk II (GT6+)
How many Triumph GT6 are left?
|Yr of Manufacture||1967||Total|
|On the road||12||889|
What car is a GT6?
The Triumph GT6 is a 6-cylinder sports coupé built by Standard-Triumph, based on their popular Triumph Spitfire convertible. Production ran from 1966 to 1973.
Did Triumph make a GT6 convertible?
I GT6, that was first released in July 1966 and a car that was designed and developed upon the Triumph Spitfire body and chassis….Lot 168 – 1970 Triumph GT6 Mk. II Convertible.
|Result||Sold – £14,560|
Is a Triumph GT6 reliable?
Common problems. The Triumph straight-six engine is famed for its oil leaks, and rattles at start up. These ‘characteristics’ can be engineered out without too much difficulty or expense. If looked after with oil changes every 6000 miles it’ll last 100,000 miles between rebuilds.
How fast is a Triumph GT6?
Triumph GT6 Mk III Specs With a maximum top speed of 112 mph (180 km/h), a curb weight of 1903 lbs (863 kgs), the GT6 Mk III has a naturally-aspirated Inline 6 cylinder engine, Petrol motor.
How much is a 1970 Triumph GT6 worth?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $7,900 for a 1970 Triumph GT6 MkII Project on October 04 2021.
How much does a Triumph GT6 weigh?
The Triumph GT6 Mk III weighs 863 Kg / 1903 lbs.
Are Triumph GT6 reliable?
What does GT6 stand for?
|GT6||Gran Turismo 6 (gaming)|
What engine fits in a Triumph Spitfire?
Douglas of the Triumph Network states that a variety of engines will fit, from the stock engine to a Ford 427 Big Block. The main consideration is not the size, but the weight. The weight of a standard Triumph engine is 275 pounds. Bigger engines weigh more, such as the 427, weighing 701 pounds.
How many Triumph Spitfires are left?
Re: How many spitfires? There are over 12,000 registered in the National Triumph Registry. That’s 3.8% of all ever produced. There aren’t many cars 40 years old that would even have 3.8% surviving at all, let alone positively registered.