Introduced in 1969 as an upgraded version of the original GT6, the Triumph GT6+ Mk II offered revised styling cues, a re-engineered rear suspension, and an uprated 2.0-liter inline-six Vitesse engine. This 1970 example is said to have undergone a multi-year cosmetic and mechanical restoration under the previous ownership, including a refinish in black with a grey racing stripe over a black and silver interior. Reportedly a lifetime California car, this GT6+ is now being offered for auction by its seller out of California.
Featuring a fastback coupe design, this GT6+ is said to have been refinished in black with a grey racing stripe as part of the restoration under previous ownership. Details include a louvered hood with vents, polished front bumpers and rear bumperettes, chrome accents, bullet-style mirrors, pop-out rear quarter windows, side vents, and pronounced fender flares & wheel rear arches. Quad exhaust outlets have been added, along with police badging and country stickers. It rides on 13” alloy wheels mounted with new General Altimax RT tires. Additional images are provided in the gallery.
The cabin has been completely restored with black vinyl complemented with grey seat inserts and wood veneers. Amenities include a 3-spoke black-finished steering wheel, wooden shift knob, center armrest, cloth headliner, and an aftermarket cooling fan. All gauges, electronics, and accessories are reported to be working properly.
Beneath the hood lies a 2.0-liter inline-six engine which is said to have been rebuilt as part of the restoration. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 4-speed manual transmission. Compared to the GT6 Mk I, the GT6+ offered a revised rear suspension with reversed lower wishbones and Rotoflex driveshaft couplings along with upgraded brakes including a dual circuit system and tandem master cylinder. The seller states a host of receipts from the restoration will accompany the sale.
This sale will include a clean title and some documentation.
The seller would like you to know: “This immaculate triumph was part of the LA Auto Museums British car exhibition following its multi-year restoration where every drive train component was refurbished or replaced and comes with a stack of receipts as well as the interior and exterior the car runs perfectly and is absolutely beautiful.”
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