1971 Triumph GT6

GT6 Repairs

Julian has been completing some repairs on our 1971 Triumph GT6 MK3. Here are his notes: Strip out rear axle, replace nearside and offside lower

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New Photos

Our 1971 Triumph GT6 MK3 is currently live and waiting to be won on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website. To show you just how

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GT6 Repairs

Julian has been completing some repairs on our 1971 Triumph GT6 MK3. Here are his notes:

Strip out rear axle, replace nearside and offside lower inner and outer bushes and both driveshaft donuts.replaced missing clevis pin for handbrake nearside. Removed centre and rear exhaust then fitted it correctly. Removed all fuel pipes, formed pipes correctly to fit chassis and bulkhead with new hose clips and p clips. Removed rear brake pipes and then fitted them correctly with new p clips. Replaced all brake pipes under bonnet including clutch pipe then bled both systems. Resealed top hose and thermostat housing and replaced antifreeze. Fitted correct size bolts to seat runners and seat belts. Adjusted tappets and replaced rocker cover gasket. Resecured body to chassis offside front. Tidied up wiring under bonnet.

New Photos

Our 1971 Triumph GT6 MK3 is currently live and waiting to be won on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website.

To show you just how good-looking this car truly is, Nick decided to give it another photoshoot so you can see it in a different environment.

As you can see, the photos do just a fantastic job of showing off our latest competition car.

New Arrival – 1971 Triumph GT6

Another recent arrival at the workshop, is this beautiful 1971 Triumph GT6!

Another car which we came across at the recent auction at H&H Auctions, but this one we just couldn’t let get away… so we’ve bought it. This GT6 Mk3 will be a future Bridge Classic Cars Competitions car so keep an eye out for news very very soon about how you could win this classic Triumph sports car for just a few pounds.