Vintage R&T Road Test: 1969 Triumph GT6+ — Some Genuine Pluses

The original Triumph GT6 was of course a Spitfire with a fastback fixed roof and the larger 2 liter inline six from the Vitesse. It was of course faster, but that tended to exacerbate the limitations of the swing axle rear suspension that it inherited from its source, the Herald.  The GT6+ featured a fully-jointed new rear suspension that solved that isse, and it got a bit of a tweak to the engine to make it a bit brisker.

So it earned that “+” sign.