TR250 and TR6 Companion
factory original; price
does not include a reasonable crating charge
Trunk Lid Assembly,
price does not include a reasonable crating
Replacing door skins is common work in body
shops, and you can rebuild your old doors for a
fraction of the price of new ones. Note that there is a
good article on door skin installation in Roger
Williams book titled "How to Restore Triumph
TR5/250 & TR6." The doors and how they fit are keys
to a good body restoration...
bottom edge of door, LH
bottom edge of door, RH
Door Shell Assembly,
Book: "How to Restore, Triumph
TR5,TR250, and TR6,"
BONNETS AND TRUNK LIDS, TR6
"Made on Original Triumph Tooling by British Motor Heritage"
Straight, original-equipment bonnets and trunk lids can make the difference
between a good body restoration and a mediocre one on a car like the TR6 which has
such crisp body lines. Dings and dents don't work on these parts...
DOOR SKINS AND DOOR SHELLS, TR250, TR6
"You Can Restore Your Old Doors or Purchase Brand New Ones"
BODY SHEET METAL