COURTESY LAMP, EARLY TR6
"Makes a Great Retro-Fit for TR250 or Late TR6"
These great little lamps were fitted to
plinths that straddled the prop shaft
tunnel behind the seats on TR6 models,
1969-72. These are really handy lamps
with a switch right on the lamp itself,
and I regret that it was not fitted to later
cars. As a retro, it can be centered and
mounted right on the rear shelf behind the
prop shaft tunnel, or you can purchase a
new mounting plinth.
Courtesy Lamp Assembly,
cover; original for TR6 models, 1969-72
steel, mounting courtesy lamp to
prop shaft tunnel; cover this to match
your interior or paint it
TR250 and TR6 Companion
REAR LICENSE PLATE LAMPS, TR6, 1973-76
"Triumph Thought of a Less-Expensive
Way to Do the Job"
I love the way these little lamps saved weight and
production cost on the later TR6 models. I always
wonder if the designer who thought them up got a
little bonus in his monthly pay check. I don't know
if the designer worked for Triumph or for Lucas.
Certainly, the part was manufactured by Lucas.
REAR LICENSE LAMP KIT;
two lamps, two bases, and new hardware
rear license plate, clear plastic,
with contacts and bulb
for license plate lamp