Let’s get under the bonnet of the ’73 Triumph GT6 MKIII (17 HQ Photos)

  • whyme1973

    #6 #16 Much more interested in getting under their bonnets.

    • Jimbo

      Maybe for a one-night stand. For a life-long relationship however, #3. No doubt about it.

    • Vaska

      I’ve always waentd to visit Muse9e de l’Arme9e, I find historic military museums and exhibitions really interesting. Recently I visited Kiev with a open air military museum of rocket launchers, cannons, tanks and armoured cars.

  • Mark B.

    <img src=http://www.mynewcarquote.us/free/tac.jpg> This is a nice car, not many appreciate the GT6.<img src=http://www.mynewcarquote.us/nif/bof.jpg>

  • suicidalllama

    My dad used to have one of these and i loved it! One of my favourite classic cars of all time

  • highlifebart

    At least one of them lives in Wisconsin!! Chive on Holy Hill!

  • Dietmar

    Looks solid! Seeing the images roll off the press is so exctniig. Just the whole proofing process is awesome. And I love that shot of the girl kissing that guy with her legs around him. So Fresh!cheers-Joey

  • Mazhar

    Back in the days of film I did love having an R6.2 on aesngimsnt along with my M6 and M4-2.Canon did a similar thing to Leica by dropping the FD mount when it went to AF by creating the EF mount for the EOS range. Infuriated a lot of users but as time has shown, it was the correct move.I too wish there was a current digital Leica R camera to use alongside the M9 for long lens and macro work, but it was obviously not economically viable to keep making R equipment as it was not selling compared to the M equipment. I’d rather Leica stayed in business and kept making the wonderful M range, than to continue with the R range and cause itself issues.

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