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2013 Triumph Bonneville T100

$10,000

Seattle, Washington

Year 1958

Make Triumph

Model Tiger

Category -

Engine -

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This is a completely original and unrestored bike. I purchased on ebay from a California seller in 2006. Was purported to originally be owned by the Sultan of Brunei (I never checked this out). THe local British vintage repair guy loved to work on this saying it was the most original bike of the period he had ever seen. I've only put a few hundred miles on it. It runs great, but after sitting for so long the seals need replacing (it leaks oil). This is a stunning bike. Even the paint is original. Always garaged. This is a twin 500cc.

Triumph : Tiger 1958 triumph tr 6 desert sled steve mcqueen bud ekins

$8,500

Moreno Valley, California

Year 1958

Make Triumph

Model Tiger

Category -

Engine -

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Selling my 1958 TR6 Triumph desert sled...this is the type of bike raced by Steve Mcqueen (aka Harvey Mushman) and Bud Ekins as well as other celebrities back in the day. I have no idea if any of them owned this bike...but could be ? This bike was converted to a race bike a long time ago so no paperwork comes with the bike. Sold on a Bill of Sale ONLY ! I changed the fluids and the spark plug wires and it started right up. It was dry stored for many years so the tank is pretty clean inside. It looks like someone started taking it apart at some time and there are some missing bolts and fasteners so I did not ride it. It has some very cool old racing pipes with built in brackets, one of which has been repaired. Also has a Bonneville top end which is pretty common on race bikes. The generator hole on the engine has a block off plate so spark only on this one. The tank may be a later smaller capacity tank which is also common. The front tire has a slow leak so it won't hold air. Look closely at the pictures and give me a call if you have questions @ 951-992-9839 The bike is located in SOCAL but it came from the East Coast so who knows it's history All sales are final so have your funds in place before purchasing. I don't renegotiate the price after you buy it ! ALL shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the buyer as well as ALL associated costs. I will store for a reasonable period of time but payment must be made as soon as you purchase. I will take cash, personal checks or a bank wire transfer. I will not sell this bike outside the USA as I don't have the paperwork and am not willing to get it !

2003 Triumph Bonneville T100

$5,300

Yellow Springs, Ohio

Year 2003

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville T100

Category Custom Motorcycles

Engine 750 cc

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2003 Triumph Bonneville T100, Always turns heads and draws great comments. Customized with 1958 bucket fender, paint scheme, shocks, rear and front license plate holders and more. Most people cannot figure out how old the bike is. I also have all the original parts so for some reason if you would want to take it back to original, you easily can. Always stored inside. Has the normal rough cold start for this model Bonneville. Runs great as soon as its warm. Fun to ride. Sadly selling it because I just dont have time to ride anymore. One of a kind and Ill miss it when its gone. $5,300.00 9372395837

Norton : AJS Special 1958 ajs powered norton featherbed framed special classic cafe racer

$20,900

Burnaby, British Columbia

Year 1958

Make Norton

Model AJS Special

Category -

Engine 500

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vintagemunro Store I'm listing this machine for a long-time customer and good friend... This gorgeous Norton / AJS Special is the creative vision and detailed mechanical masterwork of multi-championship winning roadracer and master-builder Ron Peter. A build that took several years, started with a Norton featherbed frame and an AJS 18CS engine with 1 3/8” Amal GP carburetor. The machine features a wealth of handmade custom pieces on this bike that blend so well into the fit, finish and overall character of this build. Top-shelf components include: Roadholder forks, handsome Manx replica alloy fuel tank, fairing and seat, custom instrument panel with Smith racing tach, custom toothed belt drive from crankshaft to generator. Note the nice integration of the powerful Suzuki GT750 4LS front drum brake. Although this is a fine running, well-sorted piece, the bike has very few miles on it and looks as perfect as the day Ron finished it. The special has been correctly prepped for storage in the owner’s climate-controlled showroom. This AJS Norton Special was featured in Cycle Canada’s June 2001 edition. Ron has had other builds featured such as his Triumph Bonneville in the Cycle Canada July 1997 edition. Ron's exceptional workmanship is clearly evident in the hi-resolution images on my Flickr Album. To view the full-sized images on Flickr, click on the icon on the lower right of any image page and you'll be able to download or view all sizes. VIN (Frame) 5818CS287, Engine 58/18CS 2867, Gearbox NA7226 The machine is located in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada (a suburb of Vancouver). We can assist with world-wide shipping - our customers have used the following companies with very good results: North American shipments: Adam TFX International Specialized Vehicle Transport 11 City View Drive Etobicoke. ON M9W 5A5 Canada Phone 416.243.8531 Fax 416.243.8886 www.tfxinternational.co Hope Roberts Business Development - HVP Mackie Moving Systems Corporation Toll-Free: 1-800-565-4646 ext.465 Toronto: (416) 222-2266 ext.465 Local: (905) 728-2400 ext.465 Direct: (905) 743-2522 email: hope.roberts@mackiegroup.com International shipments: Tony or Amanda Inter-Par Logistics Inc. 3845 Nashua Drive Mississauga, ON L4V 1R3 Tel.: 905-678-1288 Fax: 905-678-1289 e-mail: tl@inter-par.com or sc@inter-par.com We're happy to answer any questions at steve@loudbike.com - or you can call me at 1.613.230.7448 / 1.613.805.5401.

Triumph : Bonneville 1964 Triumph Bonneville Street Tracker, fully rebuilt, fantastic rider, fast

$6,900

Santa Monica, California

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Model -

Category -

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1964/1978 Triumph 650cc Street Tracker Frame no. T120R DU7866 Engine no. T140E JA11933 During the 1950s, the U.S. Triumph distributors – Johnson Motors in Pasadena and The Triumph Corporation in Baltimore – were often at odds with the British factory. The Americans wanted more and more power and sportier looking bikes, while the British were more concerned with their home market which favored weather protection and reliability. There was also disagreement about the role of racing in the marketing of the firm's products. The Americans saw racing as a sales tool, while the Brits saw it as an expense better spent on product development. By the end of the decade, the Americans prevailed and the still recalcitrant Brits followed. After a Triumph-powered streamliner set records at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1955 and 1956, the British decided to take advantage of the publicity and introduced the Bonneville in in September 1958. It became the most enduring symbol of the company. Its newness notwithstanding, the Bonneville remained recognisably similar to Edward Turner's first Speed Twin of 1938. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and this innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. A favourite to the café racer, desert sled and dirt tracker alike, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph's top-of-the-range sports roadster until the early 1980s. The bike offered here takes that premise to a whole new level. A nicely presented and very well built machine, the bike was pieced together by a very capable enthusiast over a few years, some years ago. Starting with a perfectly straight 1964 Bonneville frame, an engine of August 1978 vintage was fully rebuilt and installed. It was treated to new bearings, seals, gaskets, rings, valves, etc. It is responsive and powerful, starts easily and idles well. Engineered to shift on the traditional right hand side, it shifts smoothly through a good clutch. The parts to transfer it back to left hand shift accompany the bike. The bike was then treated to upgraded, restored, and custom cycle parts. Up front are custom forks straddling the 19” wheel, with an 18” at the rear, both with good tires. Brakes, suspension and all electrical work perfectly. A small front headlight adds to the custom street tracker feel of the bike, together with the perfect condition large tank and good quality street tracker seat and tail section. And the underslung TT style pipes sound fantastic! The bike starts easily and runs well. It handles really well in the tracker/desert sled set up, is light and nimble and a fantastic machine through city traffic and on the twisty country lanes. Though there is no speedo, there are only a few miles on the bike since its build and is still in excellent condition throughout And is an absolute blast to ride.

Triumph : Bonneville 1971 triumph bonneville 5 speed 1 of 200 built fully restored excellent rider

$6,995

Santa Monica, California

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Model -

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1 of only 200 built! 1971 Triumph Bonneville Engine Number: T120RV GE27446 Frame Number: T120RV GE27446 Graced by one of the most evocative model designations in the history of motorcycling, the Triumph Bonneville owes its existence to record-breaking successes achieved on the eponymous Utah salt flats in 1958, when a Tiger 110 set a new 650cc production machine record of over 147mph. Launched at the Motor Cycle Show in September 1958, the production Bonneville remained recognizably similar to the first Speed Twin of 1938 for the next few years, as did Triumph’s other large-capacity twins. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and that innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. The café racers’ favourite since its introduction, thanks to lusty acceleration and a top speed approaching 120mph, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph’s top-of-the-range sportster. This superbly restored T120R Bonneville is a true rarity. With the advent of the oil in frame design, the company introduced a 5-speed gearbox for the 1972 model year, in answer to the Japanese competition. However, about the last 200 manufactured for the 1971 model year slipped through with the 5-speed and the ‘V’ designation in the engine/frame number. The bike offered, from the correct June 1971 build-date, has been fully restored. Purchased from an elderly gentleman who decided he couldn’t ride any more after a minor accident and stored it for some years, this numbers-matching bike was a great basis for resurrection. Completely dismantled and rebuilt with no element untouched, much of the bike simply needed a thorough clean up, but further attention was given to the top end of the engine, brakes, rear shocks, all bearings, new wheel rims, respoked and rebuilt. All electrical systems were attended to and work. The accident was a minor front-end collision bending the original forks and front wheel rim. Both of these were replaced, and the frame was checked for cracks and bends, but found to remain in excellent condition. As such the bike is offered with a clear salvage California title. The bike is in excellent riding condition, starting easily and running strong. Brakes work well, for a Triumph, and handling is excellent. This is a fantastic and rare find. A mechanically excellent Triumph Bonneville, beautifully presented and one of the most rare examples of the marque.

Triumph : Bonneville 1964/1978 Triumph Bonneville Street Tracker, fantastic rider, fast and excellent

$8,900

Santa Monica, California

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

1964/1978 Triumph 650cc Street Tracker Frame no. T120R DU7866 Engine no. T140E JA11933 During the 1950s, the U.S. Triumph distributors – Johnson Motors in Pasadena and The Triumph Corporation in Baltimore – were often at odds with the British factory. The Americans wanted more and more power and sportier looking bikes, while the British were more concerned with their home market which favored weather protection and reliability. There was also disagreement about the role of racing in the marketing of the firm's products. The Americans saw racing as a sales tool, while the Brits saw it as an expense better spent on product development. By the end of the decade, the Americans prevailed and the still recalcitrant Brits followed. After a Triumph-powered streamliner set records at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1955 and 1956, the British decided to take advantage of the publicity and introduced the Bonneville in in September 1958. It became the most enduring symbol of the company. Its newness notwithstanding, the Bonneville remained recognisably similar to Edward Turner's first Speed Twin of 1938. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and this innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. A favourite to the café racer, desert sled and dirt tracker alike, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph's top-of-the-range sports roadster until the early 1980s. The bike offered here takes that premise to a whole new level. A nicely presented and very well built machine, the bike was pieced together by a very capable enthusiast over a few years, some years ago. Starting with a perfectly straight 1964 Bonneville frame, an engine of August 1978 vintage was fully rebuilt and installed. It was treated to new bearings, seals, gaskets, rings, valves, etc. It is responsive and powerful, starts easily and idles well. Engineered to shift on the traditional right hand side, it shifts smoothly through a good clutch. The bike was then treated to upgraded, restored, and custom cycle parts. Up front are custom forks straddling the 19” wheel, with an 18” at the rear, both with good tires. Brakes, suspension and all electrical work perfectly. A small front headlight adds to the custom street tracker feel of the bike, together with the perfect condition large tank and good quality street tracker seat and tail section. And the underslung TT style pipes sound fantastic! The bike starts easily and runs well. It handles really well in the tracker/desert sled set up, is light and nimble and a fantastic machine through city traffic and on the twisty country lanes. Though there is no speedo, there are only a few miles on the bike since its build and is still in excellent condition throughout And is an absolute blast to ride.

Triumph : Bonneville 1971 Triumph Bonneville 5-speed, 1 of 200 built, fully restored, excellent rider

$7,995

Santa Monica, California

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Model -

Category -

Engine -

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1 of only 200 built! 1971 Triumph Bonneville Engine Number: T120RV GE27446 Frame Number: T120RV GE27446 Graced by one of the most evocative model designations in the history of motorcycling, the Triumph Bonneville owes its existence to record-breaking successes achieved on the eponymous Utah salt flats in 1958, when a Tiger 110 set a new 650cc production machine record of over 147mph. Launched at the Motor Cycle Show in September 1958, the production Bonneville remained recognizably similar to the first Speed Twin of 1938 for the next few years, as did Triumph’s other large-capacity twins. Unitary construction of engine and gearbox was already a feature of the 350 and 500 twins though, and that innovation duly appeared on the 650s in 1963. The café racers’ favourite since its introduction, thanks to lusty acceleration and a top speed approaching 120mph, the Bonneville continued in this new form as Triumph’s top-of-the-range sportster. This superbly restored T120R Bonneville is a true rarity. With the advent of the oil in frame design, the company introduced a 5-speed gearbox for the 1972 model year, in answer to the Japanese competition. However, about the last 200 manufactured for the 1971 model year slipped through with the 5-speed and the ‘V’ designation in the engine/frame number. The bike offered, from the correct June 1971 build-date, has been fully restored. Purchased from an elderly gentleman who decided he couldn’t ride any more after a minor accident and stored it for some years, this numbers-matching bike was a great basis for resurrection. Completely dismantled and rebuilt with no element untouched, much of the bike simply needed a thorough clean up, but further attention was given to the top end of the engine, brakes, rear shocks, all bearings, new wheel rims, respoked and rebuilt. All electrical systems were attended to and work. The accident was a minor front-end collision bending the original forks and front wheel rim. Both of these were replaced, and the frame was checked for cracks and bends, but found to remain in excellent condition. As such the bike is offered with a clear salvage California title. The bike is in excellent riding condition, starting easily and running strong. Brakes work well, for a Triumph, and handling is excellent. This is a fantastic and rare find. A mechanically excellent Triumph Bonneville, beautifully presented and one of the most rare examples of the marque.