Not many cars can “pull off” yellow but, our Mimosa example look’s as confident as a six year old wearing his new Spider Man outfit! This Triumph colour was simply meant to be in TR6 guise and this cracking 1973 specimen will not disappoint. Painted a few years ago in its original factory colour, it’s given the car a complete new lease of life. The internal body panels are still very fresh with factory decals still in place so the new outside paint has simply bloomed the car again. A new black pvc soft top has added to the package so any new potential owner should be absolutely thrilled. Drop the roof and it reveals a splendid Roll-Bar with its very own integrated high intensity break light. Both features are a common sight in ex-Canada cars, and can be removed upon request but, why would you want to? All contrasting chrome and bright-work are in gleaming condition against the head-turning yellow exterior: both front and rear bumpers with pertinent Bullet mirrors and, of course, the quality boot-rack. British Motor Industry Heritage Trust has confirmed the displayed Body Number 3370-CF matches our chassis number CF 3251 U.