Correct mechanical and cosmetic restoration

1960 Triumph Bonneville

Price: US $14,000.00
Item location: United States
Make: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
Year: 1960
Mileage: 1
Vehicle Title: Clear

1960 Triumph T120R that underwent a complete mechanical and cosmetic restoration.

Numbers matching machine. VIN D63xx. Zero road miles.

ENGINE: Engine disassembled cases degreased & glass bead blasted oilways cleaned sludge trap cleaned new bearings (engine drive bearings rod bearings) new standard bore cylinder new Hepolite 9:1 pistons new rings.

- Cylinder head glass bead blasted and rebuilt to factory specs including new valves new valve guides (phosphor bronze) new springs. Correct new Amal monobloc 376 carbs fitted.

- Correct exhaust pipes. Correct new production mufflers. Rechromed kickstart lever and gearchange lever.

TRANSMISSION / DRIVETRAIN: Gearbox rebuilt. All moving parts checked. Bush thrust washers springs replaced. New chrome kickstart lever and gearchange lever.

- Gearchange properly indexed.

- New clutch basket and bonded plates

- New drive chain.

SUSPENSION: New shocks with correct shrouds.

- Swingarm rebuilt lubed new o-rings/ re-cad end caps.

- Rechromed Dunlop wheels (18" rear 19" front) Built up with stainless spokes new inner tubes and correct profile tires.

- Wheel assembly balanced - front and rear.

- New correct seat.

BRAKES - New shoes all new cables re-cad adjusters.

GAUGES: Correct Smiths chronometric instruments rebuilt by Nissonger. SC5301/09 speedometer and RC109 tachometer. Correct new cables and connectors.

ELECTRICAL: New correct cloth wiring harness.

- Correct horn installed.

- Correct new headlamp fitted with new Lucas lens. Correct new aftermarket ammeter and tail lamp switch.

- Genuine Lucas tail lamp assembly.

FUEL TANK: Correctexcellent condition 3 gallon fuel tank with Don Hutchinson paint. Pearl gray and azure blue with gold stripes. New center strip and hardware. Excellent badges and parcel grid. New fuel taps. New filler cap.

SECOND FUEL TANK: Correct large (4 Gal) tank included. No badges parcel grid or knee grips. Please note: This tank has the exact same color scheme as the 3 gallon tank mounted on the motorcycle. There are issues with the paint job: Crazing covers about 50% of the tank. No dents orscratches.

COSMETICS: - Black parts powdercoated - except shock bodies.

- All hardware either chrome or re-cad plated or replaced with correct factory parts.

- Correct centerstand installed and sidestand installed both with new springs and hardware.

- All rubber parts have been replaced with factory-correct footpegs gearchange and kickstart rubber. New Dunlop K70 front and rear tires

- Unobtanium herringbone oil feed and return lines.

OTHER: Exhaustive list of other parts replaced including cables brakes petcocks and rubber parts. Many original parts (NOS) may have used. All parts supplied by Tri-Cor Walridge Motors British Only and Rabers.

NOTES: Clear CA pink slip with CA Historic M/C plate. Located in the Bay Area CA between San Francisco and San Jose this motorcycle was titled and registered in 2002 restored in 2011 and has been sitting in the owner's family room on display since work was completed.

IMPORTANT: This is a 55 year-old vintage bike that deserves to be preserved by a mature collector who understandswhat service & maintenance are required to own a classic bike of this vintage. I have been told this is a collector quality motorcycle. As such it has never been started no fluids added except fork oil. To ride this motorcycle you willneed to add fluids install a battery set the idle and set the timing.

TERMS: Motorcycle and second fuel tank is sold as-is where is and with no warranty expressed or implied.

What you see is exactly what you get so please ask questions before auction closes.

Buyer responsible for all shipping arrangements and costs. I will provide reasonable assistance.

$1000 non-refundable deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Paypal for deposit is OK. Balance due either money order cashiers check or cash. No banco esquidor no bitcoins no trades. No excuses.

Finally need I include this (?) - serious bids only.

On May-24-15 at 10:12:06 PDT seller added the following information:

D6349 wasfitted with gearbox number 119332 dispatched to Johnson Motors on 3 June 1960 in dual color scheme. (Thank youboetiepiet eBayer from New Zealand)

See photo of gearbox.

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