1967 Triumph Bonneville TT Bobber

1967 Triumph Bonneville

Price: US $4,400.00
Item location: Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Make: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
SubModel: Bobber
Year: 1967
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: T120TT DU 65213
Color: Black
Engine size: 650
Vehicle Title: Clear

Boyer electronic ignition, ots of new parts on the bike, nd lots of spare parts. Too numerous to list.

On Jun-26-15 at 12:43:31 PDT, eller added the following information:

Let me tell you a little bit about this bike. I've been riding and wrenching since '71 I acquired this bike 2 years ago and alongwithit received a video and pictures of the previous owner rebuilding the engine. I have have put maybe 100 miles on the bike.I purchased it more to work on and tinker with than to ride, ut it does ride good, nbsp;well for a hard tail anyway. I purchased a era specific front end and rebuilt it, hen pulled the Jap front end off it and those are the first few pics you see. I later decided, ased on comfort I'd put that back on the bike. I was going to go with a springer, ut bought another bike and no longer need this one. I had the tank and fender professionally done, hey arepristinepaint wise and the inside of the tank has been treated. The bike has a Boyer electronic ignition, re-wired the bike like 3 times before I was happy with it and used cloth covered wire for that period look. I have been through the oil pump to insure it works as required, replace kickstart and kickstart return spring. I changed the head light from what was on it, nbsp;I wanted a more period look. I have a tac, ach drive, ut it needs a cable. I have the speedo drive and cable and a speedo I bought Smith speedo and the tach came with the bike and is smith as well. I pulled the cases and spent some time this winter polishing those. Oh! and I replaced the visible oil lines with wire mesh covered lines. It has a 42 tooth rear sprocket and new chain.I would try and list the spare parts, ut i'm sure I'd miss something. you can imagine and if you are looking for something it doesn't cost to ask questions. Peace and have a great day!

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