YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO: TRIUMPH TR6 WITH M3 POWER
Classic Brit roadster looks, German sports-saloon muscle
We won't go into the full list of modifications and work done to the car here, largely because we haven't got all day to spend typing one story, but we heartily recommend you take a look at the eBay advert, because the amount of stuff this chap's done to create the TR-M3 is truly jaw-dropping. When he says he's done a full nut-and-bolt restoration, we are inclined to take him literally.
If you fancy it, you'll need to dig out £25,500 for the privilege, and then think about getting it over to Blighty (assuming you live in the UK, of course), though the vendor reckons on being able to ship it for just over a thousand dollars, which doesn't seem too bad to us. Better be quick though, because as I type the ad's got less than four hours to run...
1973 Triumph TR6
Why you should: It's a beautifully restored TR6, with modern power
Why you shouldn't: Some will always feel that original is best