1966 Triton Cafe Racer, Triumph Bonneville Engine, Norton Atlas Frame, Custom

1966 Triumph Bonneville

Price: US $6,300.00
Item location: San Francisco, California, United States
Make: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
SubModel: Triton
Type: Sport Bike
Year: 1966
Mileage: 700
VIN: 20117016
Engine size: 750
Vehicle Title: Clear

I have dreamed about this bike since I was 18 years old. After three years and countless dollars, t came to fruition. I purchased the parts and pieces years ago, nd after a three year build, t's everything I could have hoped for and more. The frame is a 1966 Norton Atlas slimline featherbed frame. The engine is a 1979 Triumph Bonneville T140E 750cc unit motor that has been completely gone through top to bottom. The front end, okico calipers, nd wheels are early GSX-R, he first year of inverted forks. The rear brake caliper and disc is R6 while the rear Brembo master cylinder is Ducati. The petrol tank, il tank, nd seat pan are aluminum, and made in England by Unity Equipe. The front fender is also hand made, ll aluminum by a local craftsman. The rear swing arm is believed to be Dresda. Most of the fabrication work was performed by Kosman Specialties in CA with no expense spared. The carburetors and electrical system, ncluding harness is all new. There is way too much detail to list in this ad. I have owned many Bonneville's in my day but this is the easiest to start and the clutch feels butter smooth. If you are serious about purchasing this bike, eel free to ask questions, f not, ave us both some time. It holds a clean CA title and is registered as a 1966 Norton. The engine number on the title and engine is T140EKA12607. She starts first or second kick every time. I am willing to assist in shipping this bike wherever needed. I am also willing to deliver the bike to you but that will need to be discussed and a price will need to be agreed upon well beforehand. It's located in San Francisco, A. This bike has sat in my living room when not being used and has been very well cared for. I do not NEED to sell it so don't bother with low-ball offers.

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