- Engine Size
- 2.0 Liter
- Transmission Type
- 4 speed manual
This 1967 Triumph GT6 coupe was converted for racing under previous ownership and is said to have been used in the Rocky Mountain region before the seller's acquisition in 2016. Subsequent work included a rebuild of its 2.0-liter inline-six and carburetor tuning by Steve Ellis in Virginia. Additional equipment consists of a four-speed manual gearbox, aftermarket suspension components, a roll cage, a fuel cell, a fire bottle, a racing seat and harnesses, and more. This GT6 was most recently used at an SVRA event at Mid-Ohio Raceway in June 2020 and is now offered at no reserve with service records dating to 2001, logbooks, spare wheels, service manuals, a scale model kit, and a Tennessee bill of sale.
The car is finished in white with a blue stripe and #6 door numbers. Bumpers have been removed at both ends, though front bumperettes remain fitted. A Lexan backlight, bullet mirrors, and an external electrical cutoff switch have been added, while brake cooling ducts are plumbed into the headlamp openings. The seller notes a repaired scrape on the right rocker panel as well as other track wear.
Gold Minator wheels wear 185/60-R13 Toyo Proxes R888 tires. A spare set of silver Minator wheels with Toyo rubber is included in the sale. Front disc brakes feature slotted rotors and Hawk pads, while drum brakes are equipped at the rear. The suspension has been lowered on coilovers and an aftermarket front sway bar has been added.
The stripped cockpit houses a roll cage and a single racing seat with a RaceQuip five-point harness. A battery, oil accumulator tank, and plumbed fire bottle are mounted in the passenger compartment, while the cargo area is home to a Fuel Safe racing cell and an electric fuel pump.
A removable steering wheel frames a Smiths speedometer, a dual EGT gauge, and an AutoMeter tachometer in the plywood dash. A sheet metal panel houses auxiliary gauges and switchgear and wears plaques from a 2009 Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing event as well as the Steamboat Vintage Auto Race and Concours d'Elegance. Shift light is mounted on top of the dash.
The 2.0-liter inline-six was rebuilt by Triumph specialist Steve Ellis of Artistry in Engineering in 2018, with resulting peak output of 220 horsepower and 167 lb-ft of torque noted on a dyno readout in the gallery. Invoices show details including:
Rotating assembly polished and balanced
Machine work carried out
Domed pistons modified and installed
Cylinder head rebuilt with new valves, guides, springs, and other hardware
SU carburetors rebuilt and tuned.
The included SVRA logbook shows an entry for the Vintage Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio in June 2020, and the car is also eligible for participation in VDCA and HSR events.
- Engine Size
- 2.0 Liter
- Body Color
- GT6 Race Car
- Interior Color
- Center Console