Triton Triumph Norton Cafe Racer Motorcycle

1967 Triumph Bonneville

Price: US $9,000.00
Item location: Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, United States
Make: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
Type: Standard
Year: 1967
Mileage: 411
Color: Green on Silver
Engine size: 750
Vehicle Title: Clear

For sale is my cafe racer which I have owned for about a year. Im selling due to a recent townhouse purchase and some renovations are needed.
Bike is a pure kick start although shedoesn't need kicked just a firm push through is fine. I have ran her with only aviation grade 100 octane gasoline with low lead. I work at the airport so its easy to get and this is the best gas for an old bike such as this. She will run onpump gas no problem but I was told theethanol can gum up the carbs so Idon't do it. Headlight and dual ignition are controlled form the headlight. Bike has no key. The process to start her is in depth enough ! Its a heck of an experience to ride this thing, uch a different world vs the smooth machine of modern day. Lots of vibrations and a unique body position really shows you how today sport bikes have come along.
Here is the build list;
1967 Atlas Slimline Featherbed framepowder coated green1971 Triumph T120R motor with Morgo 750 KitUnity Equippe Manx Fiberglass tank, il and gas combination with tank strap (coated inside for ethanol use but recommend avgas 100LL)Converta Motor MountsRearsetsBuchannon Excel polishedaluminum should rims with stainless spokesRebuilt and machined yamaha forks and triple treeTriumph conical hub, olished and ventedSuzuki water buffalo 4cs front brakeSuzuki brake and clutch leversTomaselli clip onsvintage cafe seat fiberglass butt stop and recoveredAtlas tool box converted to battery and wiring boxCustom wiring all redone by Collins cycle (leading vintage triumph shop in western pa)swept back exhaust with Goldstar mufflersnewer rear shocksnew battleax tires front and backcustom british tax disc handmade from england
Also included is the front fender and mounts which are not installed, lso the tank strap mount is included but will need welded to the frame under the tank. Mirrors went missing in the house move.
I described any issues elsewhere on the page. I really love the bike but the home comes before my hobbyand with a little time this bike would be perfect. I would like to see it goto a person who will take care of it and appreciate it as much as IThanks for looking, lease message if you would like more photos of anything or questions.

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