Cars/Parts For Sale

1974 Triumph TR6 for sale

1974 TR6 – White with black interior. Original bodywork and paint.  Runs, but needs a few things fixing. The car has an original dealer AC installed.  I only drove it twice last year, and once this year. I took this photo on Oct 24th when I put it away for the winter:TR6 2 10-23-18Here’s a couple more photos at last year’s CTR Fall Foliage Cruise to Hopkins Vineyard at Lake Waramaug……


 xDSC_0118I have owned the car for 40 years, and hate to sell it, but it has got to a point that I don’t have the time or energy to maintain, enjoy and drive the car.  Here are a few more photo’s taken last year……… 

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If you have any questions, want to see the car, or want to make an offer, please send an email to me at the CTR email ID – or call 203-262-6843…..Thanks,  David Semple.

Posted 10/28/18 by Dave Semple

1952 Triumph TR2 for sale

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1953 Triumph Streamline Sports TR2, Colour Ice Blue, mileage 1,700.  The Famous Jabbeke TR2  World speed record breaking prototype car ,totally restored by TR specialist.  Described as “the most significant car Triumph ever produced ” absolute provenance, Drives beautifully, sits in traffic all day long.  Fantastic history, full photographic restoration history on file.  Price £300,000.00   See eBay UK

Posted 09/06/18

1983 Jaguar XJ6 Project Car for Sale

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I have had this project XJ6 for many years. As I have enough Triumph restoration projects to last several life times and was never too excited about the Jag, I have decided to sell the Jag at a loss.

This Jag XJ6 is not running and was last run two years ago. The fuel tanks need to be repaired or replaced. The body is straight and sound. There is some surface rust but very little perforation. There are 94,001 miles on the car. This car is complete and located in Monroe, CT. The first $500.00 takes it.

Contact Dave Pettigrew at PRFGDWRNCH@AOL.COM  or call 203-261-9691 for answers to your questions.

Posted 07/01/18 by Dave Pattigrew