Triumph old school chopper 1968 T120 650 Engine long rigid aee frisco vintage

1968 Triumph Bonneville

Price: US $3,810.00
Item location: Otis Orchards, Washington, United States
Make: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
SubModel: t120
Year: 1968
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: WA8710333
Color: GREEN
Engine size: 650
Vehicle Title: Clear
Contact seller: Contact form

Triumph 650 chopper in a rigid frame. See video below of it running and riding. FIRES UP FIRST KICK EVERY TIME! Engine is a 1968 T120, rame is a possibly Santee rigid, orks are possibly a D&D springer, rand new battery, reshly cleaned AMAL concentric 930 carbs, ew spark plugs, gnition is all newer parts, 6" rear wheel with Triumph hub, 8" front wheel, portster peanut tank, ice paint (painted in 2001), ice TT pipes, ewer chain, ear brake works good, lutch and throttle cables are newer, ounts on springer for a fender if you want one, ront hub has a mini drum if you need a front brake, verything is in good riding condition. It drives straight and handles better than most long choppers I've had. This was an old chopper that was rebuilt in 2001 with lots of new parts and restored original pieces thus it has a 2001 special construction title. Has some standard Triumph leaks which I just roll with, ut other than that, ts ready to ride and show. People always crowd around this bike and holler and wave while driving by. If you want a long old school chopper you can just hop on and ride, ell, ere it is. Located in Spokane, A. I have lots of shipping experience and can give you the names of transporters. International bidders welcome. Please, idders with less than 10 feedback, ust send me an email before bidding so I know you are serious. $500 deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Bike should be picked up and paid in full within 14 days unless other arrangements have been made with me in advance. Sold as-is where-is. Pictures and video are part of the description, f you need more pics or have questions, hoot me an email.

On May-11-16 at 14:04:06 PDT, eller added the following information:

To answer some questions regarding the tires. They both hold air. The front is a newer Cheng Shin(Avon Speedmaster copy)3.00x18 and is nearly full tread with no checking. The rear is a vintage, eriod correct, RCO 5.00-16 and it has tons of tread (80%+ estimated), t does however have some sidewall checking but I personally have no concerns riding it as is.

Also published at