The Triumph TR6 sold in the United States made only 104 horsepower, while those in the rest of the world with the fuel injection could make 150 horsepower at first. Later models were detuned down to 125 horsepower to help deal with some driveability issues. The straight 6 cylinder engine seemed to be too powerful for a car the size of the TR6.
The only transmission option on the TR6 was a 4 speed manual. An overdrive unit that was made optional was a popular choice among buyers because it allowed closer gearing and longer legs for those open stretches. This was a true drivers car; something that demanded to be pushed to its limits.
Unlike its cheaper cousin, the Triumph Spitfire, the TR6 featured many performance parts and features that were considered optional equipment on some other sports cars. Among those were independent rear suspension and front disc brakes. The wooden dashboard also added a nice touch.
Like most of these small British sports car, the TR6 has a strong following among collectors. There are car clubs across the U.S. and the U.K. for owners of these cars. If you would like to buy one for yourself, try looking at the listings on eBay. It's also a great place to find new or used parts.