Triumph TR6

The Complete Story

Triumph TR6 The Complete Story
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Format: Hardback, 240 Pages
ISBN: 9781785001376
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Covering the design, development and manufacture of the car as well as its motorsport history, Triumph TR6 is dedicated to the last traditional open-topped TR sports car with a separate chassis. It shows how this last bastion of traditional British sports car motoring went against the grain of troubled automotive times, outstripping its predecessors in sales and popularity.

The author

David Knowles is a life-long car enthusiast and Chartered Civil Engineer. He is author of many books on Triumphs and MGs, notably his book for Crowood, Triumph TR7 - The Untold Story, which brought to life the previously undiscovered history of the last all-British TR.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 240 Pages
ISBN: 9781785001376
Illustrations: 400 color photos
Size: 8.15 in x 11.1 in / 207.01 mm x 281.94 mm
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