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1958 Triumph Bonneville

$4,400.00

Los Angeles, California

Year 1958

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category Classic Motorcycles

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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120 650 TANGERINE DREAM DROP BARS . THIS IS NUMBER 85/200 REGISTERED 20/09/1958. THIS IS NOT ONLY A VERY RARE CLASSIC BUT A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE . ONLY 200 WORLD WIDE REMAIN . HAS ORIGINAL NUMBER PLATE FROM NEW HEN 413. VERIFIED BY LETTER FROM THE VINTAGE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB LTD . SUPPLIED TO DEALER WILL LORD M/C 115 BLACKBURN STREET RADCLIFFE LANCASHIRE . THIS T120 IS ONE OF THE VERY FIRST OF 200 BONNEVILLES DESPATCHED IN SEPTEMBER 1958 (OVER 55 YEARS )IT IS NUMBER 85. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RARE BIKE AND VERY COLLECTABLE CAN ONLY GO ONE WAY .

1958 Triumph Bonneville

$5,490.00

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120 650 TANGERINE DREAM DROP BARS THIS IS NUMBER 85/200 REGISTERED 20/09/1958 THIS IS NOT ONLY A VERY RARE CLASSIC BUT A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE ONLY 200 WORLD WIDE REMAIN HAS ORIGINAL NUMBER PLATE FROM NEW HEN 413 VERIFIED BY LETTER FROM THE VINTAGE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB LTD SUPPLIED TO DEALER WILL LORD M/C 115 BLACKBURN STREET RADCLIFFE LANCASHIRE THIS T120 IS ONE OF THE VERY FIRST OF 200 BONNEVILLES DESPATCHED IN SEPTEMBER 1958 (OVER 55 YEARS )IT IS NUMBER 85. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RARE BIKE AND VERY COLLECTABLE CAN ONLY GO ONE WAY

1958 Triumph Bonneville

$7,000.00

Ventura, California

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1958 Triumph TR6---- for more information and access to pics, click on the POSTED link below "Autos Near Buy".....

2003 Triumph Bonneville T100

$5,300.00

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

1959 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BRITISH MOTORCYCLE T120 -Delivery Worldwide-

$5,350.00

St Joseph, Missouri

Year 1959

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category Classic Motorcycles

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This is a first year - edition of the Triumph Bonneville motorcycle - there would be many successors but 1959 is the first year they were ntroduced to the world. When it was introduced, the 1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 was one of, if not THE fastest motorcycle you could buy. It was a real hot rod! The new T120 designation is supposed to suggest that it could do 120 mph! Actual road tests done by motorcycle magazines of the day topped-out a box-stock '59 Bonnie at 108 mph. Not quite 120, but very fast for 1959! This was the only year with no letter designation after the T120. Production of the new T120 began at Triumph Motorcycles Meridan plant on September 4, 1958 with Engine #020377. All 1959 Bonnevilles came in Pearl Grey and Tangerine. Triumph styled the new 1959 Triumph Bonneville more closely to the Thunderbird, with a headlight nacelle and full fenders.

1959 Triumph Bonneville British Motorcycle T120

$5,400.00

Chesterfield, Missouri

Year 1959

Make Triumph

Model Bonneville

Category Classic Motorcycles

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Shipping worldwide. This is a first year - edition of the Triumph Bonneville motorcycle - there would be many successors but 1959 is the first year they were introduced to the world. When it was introduced, the 1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 was one of, if not THE fastest motorcycle you could buy. It was a real hot rod! The new T120 designation is supposed to suggest that it could do 120 mph! Actual road tests done by motorcycle magazines of the day topped-out a box-stock '59 Bonnie at 108 mph. Not quite 120, but very fast for 1959! This was the only year with no letter designation after the T120. Production of the new T120 began at Triumph Motorcycles Meridan plant on September 4, 1958 with Engine #020377. All 1959 Bonnevilles came in Pearl Grey and Tangerine. Triumph styled the new 1959 Triumph Bonneville more closely to the Thunderbird, with a headlight nacelle and full fenders.

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

$6,995.00

Santa Monica, California

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

$7,995.00

Santa Monica, California

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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.