TRIUMPH, MAKING SHORT PEOPLE LOOK TALLER SINCE 1907
Taking a grinder to Britain's motorcycling heritage. Disclaimer This "Blog" represents the thoughts and actions of the author. It is created for academic interest and entertainment only. It is neither intended or implied that any person reading any article contained within, imitates or recreates any work described.
Thought I'd show y'all this. It's my mates '72 Bonneville with a '64 motor in it. We built this up a couple of years ago. The rolling chassis was bought via that well known internet auction site from Middlesborough, complete bike minus the lump, speedo reading of 52k, last tax disc 1982 and it still had the Triumph tool roll under the seat! Of course everything wanted refinishing but it's all original underneath the paint and bling other than the front mudguard. The motor had been kicking about for a few years and it seemed a shame to let a T120 motor sit around doing nothing, so this is the result.