- Do right. Do your best. Treat others as you want to be treated. Lou Holtz
Own Triumph TR6
Some say that the car is one of Leyland's best achievements, but a number of issues were present and remain because of poor design. These issues include a low level radiator top-up bottle and a poor hand-brake. As is the case with other cars of the era, the TR6 can suffer from rust issues, although surviving examples tend to be well-cared for. The TR6 can be prone to overheating. Many owners fit an aftermarket electric radiator fan to supplement or replace the original engine-driven fan. Also the Leyland factory option of an oil cooler existed. Parts and services to support ownership of a TR6 are readily available and a number of classic car owners' clubs cater for the model.