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  1. 1969 TRIUMPH TR6C

    1969 TRIUMPH TR6C

    1969 Triumph TR6C, Matching VIN numbers. This bike was rebuilt in 2012 by Morrie’s Place in Ringwood, IL. Ridden less than 100 miles since rebuild. Garage kept. Trophy winner. Has Routt 750cc Kit installed that makes this bike a strong runner. Bike is located in Florida. $12,500 negotiable. Contact: Dan Dummett 815-761-0585

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  2. 1972 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER T120 BONNEVILLE

    1972 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER T120 BONNEVILLE

    1972 Triumph Street Scrambler T120 Bonneville – High Pipes left side, Matching VIN numbers. 10 miles on fresh top-end rebuild, new pistons .040 over, new rings, new Kibble-White valve set, new stator, new clutch fiber plates, new tires plus new spare set of off-road knobby tires included. Carburetors rebuilt, new Petcocks, Fresh RedKote lined fuel tank. New Podtronics and new Pason electronic ignition. Front mud guard included. Not shown in photos. $5,900 negotiable. For sale by Dan Dummett. For more information/picture email: [email protected]

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  3. 1979 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE

    1979 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE

    1979 Triumph Bonneville fully rebuilt over the last 10 years. Steve Job @ Job Cycle rebuilt engine with only 5 new miles on it.. '77 refurbished splayed port cylinder head, electronic ignition, new 930 carbs. New refurbished Smiths' instruments, re-sprayed in correct paint, retro side covers, polished shouldered aluminum wheels, newer Dunlops and some spares. Asking $5500/negotiable. For sale by Bruce Hunt. Email for more pictures/information: br[email protected]

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  4. 1966 Triumph Bonneville

    Fully restored at Don Hutchinson Cycles in Wakefield, MA, completed in 2009 and put into a private collection since. Accompanied by full documentation, relevant publications of the time and complete tool kit as well as many special tools.The 1966 T120R (R for ‘roadster’) was a completely upgraded machine from the previous year model, and the first with the new-look ‘eyebrow’ Triumph badge on the tank. Triumph improved its machines annually, adding modifications for increased reliability, power, smoothness, and handling each year, as the factory testing department did its work. The 1966 chassis looked identical to the previous year, but had a more relaxed 62-degree steering head angle for better highway cruising and a wider swingarm for fatter tires. Changes inside the motor like a lighter flywheel, hotter cams, bigger carbs (1-3/16-inch Monoblocs), and pancake air filters as standard meant more power and a smoother motor. Reliability was added with revised oilways inside the motor, especia

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  5. TR5T TROPHY TRAIL RESTORATION WITH TITLE

    TR5T TROPHY TRAIL RESTORATION WITH TITLE

    TR5T Trophy Trail Restoration with Title I found this bike in a garage covered in boxes and dust. It had languished there since 1983. The original miles at time of storage were 3972. Unfortunately the speedometer and tachometer and also the handlebar switch were broken and could not be repaired so they have been replaced. Also missing was the airbox, front and rear signals, connector hose and bash plate. Note, all of the above were replaced with NOS except for the signals. Anyone familiar with this model would know how hard it is to find these critical items. This is a frame off restoration, all black parts are powder coated, bright work is re chromed. Exhaust was ceramic coat/paint. Boyer/Podtronics for ignition with new wiring harness. Tank was repainted along with side covers. The yellow on the tank was matched to the Trophy Trail decals. Engine was completely rebuilt (professionally by British experts!). New tires, spokes and rims from Buchanans. All in all a wonderful bike. Runs like

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