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Custom 1971 Triumph TR6R Tiger Bobber with 750cc engine$2500 starting priceStretched custom frameHarley forks and 21" front wheel from a Harley softail deuceRear Harley rim laced to an early Triumph hubBig bore kit and hotter camsEngine professionally verified as clean inside, never firedProfessionally tuned Pazon ignition and Harley dual output coilTwin Amal Mk II (British Mikuni) carburetors Painstakingly assembled and restoredEverything taken down to bare metal, primered and paintedEvery mounting bolt replaced with stainless bolts and nylon locking nutsNew tires and drive chainStarts in 2 kicks with the chokes on, 1 or 2 kicks unchoked Only driven 10 miles as assembled to tune it Click here to view more pictures :// /user/baumgar/library/TriumphHappy bidding! PLEASE NOTEThe bike can be seen on request. Buyers are encouraged to contact me with any questions and inspect the bike before bidding.Motorcycle sold as is, where is.A $500 deposit via PayPal is due within 48 hours and full payment upon transfer.Located in Goose Creek, SC.Any shipping is buyer’s responsibility. All sales are final. Thank You!
Nice Original 1971 Triumph T150 Trident. All Original very good running condition. Has New gas tank paint. 750cc 3 cylinder Vintage Triumph. Very smooth than Bonneville. Amal 3 Carburetors, Lucas Electrics. Will ship worldwide.
Great vintage kick-start, oil-in-frame Triumph in excellent shape, runs strong, sounds amazing. Completely rebuilt as follows: Frame powder-coated black Gas tank and airbox custom painted All new bushings Hubs bead-blasted and clear-coated All new wheel-bearings New wiring harness converted to frame ground Engine and trans completely rebuilt and tuned New Amal Concentric carburetors Dual output coil with Pazon ignition, custom phenolic manifolds, and oil cooler to deal with Texas heat. Charging system and bulbs updated, LED taillight, halogen headlamp. New springs New pea-shooter pipes Wheels re-spoked and trued, new tires. New tach and speedometer New cables and hoses Only 2400 miles Very dependable as a daily driver or for weekend trips, no leaks.
Being an established wholesale motorcycle apparel outlet, a retail motorcycle apparel store, a full-service motorcycle shop, a vintage motorcycle restorer, and a builder of custom motorcycles, we have the opportunity to allow payments from Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and PayPal. Call for details: 320-243-3797WE SELL WORLDWIDE Custom-made Triumph Bonneville cafe racer.1972 Frame & Chassis (Frame number T120V-EG55545) The bike started life as a 650cc 4-speed. 1973 750cc Engine (Engine number T140V-AH24743) This engine is a 750cc 5-speed. Clear title in my name, titled off the '72 frame number. Total engine and chassis overhaul. Every segment of the motorcycle has been completely disassembled---engine, gearbox, primary and clutch, swingarm, forks. The engine rebuild was a meticulous overhaul. Our shop inspected and replaced every intricate part that showed wear. The crankshaft main bearings and seals were replaced. New connecting rod big-end bearings were installed on polished journals. The cams were polished and lifters refaced. The oil pump was overhauled. The pistons and rings were replaced. The valve guides were replaced with Precision Engineering bronze guides. The valves are Black Diamond, which is the best quality in the industry. Valve springs are heavy duty Kibblewhites. A copper head gasket was installed to eliminate leaking.Upgraded carburetors to new genuine Amal Concentric 'Premier'. Newest and best on the market. Look just like the originals, but have better internals. The exhaust headers are new T120TT pipes. The gearbox was overhauled with all-new bushings and bearings.The gears were in good shape, with no chipped or damaged teeth. The clutch has been improved by installing Barnett heavy-duty clutch springs and clutch plates. The primary chain was replaced. The stock points and condensers ignition system has been replaced with modern electronic ignition. The charging system has been updated with a solid-state regulator/rectifier. Total chassis overhaul. The steering head bearings have been updated to tapered bearings. The frame has been painted. The fork tubes were replaced, fork internals overhauled. All wheel bearings have been replaced. The rims and spokes are original Dunlop units, and honestly look like new. Tires are new Dunlop K81 TT100 (rear 4.25X18 and front 4.10X19). I am willing to install any new tires of your choosing. Both wheels have been speed-balanced. The entire engine has been bead-blasted and painted.The original Smiths instruments are in good working condition. The seat and tailpiece is new. The gas tank and fenders have been painted. The lettering is painted, not decals. The overhauled engine has been properly broken in.The head has been re-torqued, the valves re-adjusted, and the oil changed.The levers are genuine Dougherty, as were found on the late 60's BSA Spitfire. You can find a video of a 'cold-start' on Y0U Tube by searching for "1973 Triumph Cafe Racer Zap Leather and Cycle". Feel free to ask for more photos.Check my feedback, bid with confidence, and feel free to call with questions.Zap Leather and Cycle Paynesville, MN phone 320-243-3797 Shop and Store Hours M-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 11am-6pm Central Time We sell worldwide, but we only ship to Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Great Britain, and the lower 48 states of the USA. We make all arrangements, which includes shipping to the US port of export. Inquire prices. IMPORTANT: We don't arrange shipping to any other countries.IMPORTANT: We don't arrange shipping to Canada or Alaska.We will arrange shipping to most USA cities. If you are shipping to a country other than those listed above, you will have to research shippers and arrange all shipping. Please don't buy this motorcycle without first finding out how much it is going to cost to ship it to your country. Being an established wholesale motorcycle apparel outlet, a retail motorcycle apparel store, a full-service motorcycle shop, a vintage motorcycle restorer, and a builder of custom motorcycles, we have the opportunity to allow payments from Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and PayPal. Call for details: 320-243-3797 This bike has no warranty, expressed or implied. Buyer is responsible for arrangement of shipping, however I will assist in any reasonable way possible. A non-refundable PayPal deposit of $500 is due within 48 hours of auction close. Remaining balance is due within 7 days of auction close, by cash, check, money order, or limited amounts on multiple credit cards or PayPal (see below for details). The motorcycle will be released after all funds have cleared. I reserve the right to end the auction early, as the bike is for sale locally. Good luck bidding. IMPORTANT PLEASE READ BEFORE BIDDING PAYMENT AND SHIPPING POLICY We hereby emphasize our simple payment policy. A non-refundable PayPal deposit of $500 is due within 48 hours of auction close, after which a late fee of 1% of purchase price shall be assessed. Remaining balance is due within 7 days of auction close, after which a late fee of 2% of purchase price shall be assessed, and a non-payment claim shall be filed against Buyer. Final payment may be made by personal check, bank check, money order, or bank wire transfer. Final payment may be made by credit cards, or PayPal, with a 3% user fee added. Ask about other forms of payments accepted, such as overseas bank transfers. The motorcycle shall be released after all funds have cleared. Thank you all for your interest. Good luck bidding. Chuck at Zap Leather and Cycle SHIPPING INFO: We are set up to ship to Australia, NZ, UK, Hawaii. We do all the scheduling as far as shipping from our shop to your port. Once the bike is in your port, you will be responsible for it. Shipping Price: $1,300 to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane (Australia). $1,400 to Adelaide, Australia. $1,700 to Fremantle, Australia. $1,425 to New Zealand. $1,600 to Hawaii. $1,700 to United Kingdom. Insurance is required at a cost of 2.5 % of claimed value. You may have to pay destination charges, but those charges will be assigned by your government agent.
1973 Norton Commando 850 Roadster 1973 Norton Commando 850 Roadster Custom. Show Quality Restoration. Must See!!!!
You're looking at another beautiful classic motorcycle listed by MS CLASSIC CARS!1973 Norton Commando 850 Roadster Custom -- $17,900.00IntroductionHello, I’m Marc Schiliro the owner of MS CLASSIC CARS. You might recognize my name or my business name from beautiful classic cars and trucks I’ve collected and sold nationally. I’ve got over 16 years of classic car and truck experience. I’d like to put that experience to work for you. I’ve learned a lot and I’m educated with many different makes and models ranging from the early 1900’s to current. Over the years I’ve collected and sold over 300 classic cars and trucks. I sell a large percentage of my inventory from networking and from the various websites I advertise on. I sell a small percentage of my inventory at various auctions such as Barrett Jackson. I’ve set a few sales records and have had many vehicles sell in the top 25 highest sale priced vehicles at multiple Barrett Jackson auctions. Barrett Jackson offered a group of my cars as “The Marc Schiliro Collection” at the Palm Beach, FL auction in 2012. For this auction Speed TV came to my showroom while it was under construction for an interview which was later aired during the Barrett Jackson Palm Beach, FL auction on Speed TV with millions of viewers watching. I’ve also featured many classic cars and trucks at multiple different auctions across the United States. I’ve had many vehicles that have been featured in multiple magazines and multiple websites. I specialize in beautiful classic cars and trucks that are at a higher level of quality than most being advertised for sale. I collect classic cars and trucks that are already completed and slightly redesign them, service them and detail them. I have also coordinated restorations from start to finish. The MS CLASSIC CARS showroom and automotive detail center in Seekonk, Massachusetts was established in 2012. I also acquired a service and storage facility in 2015. The MS CLASSIC CARS operations are closed to the public. A private viewing of a vehicle or an automotive detail can be made scheduled by appointment Monday through Friday. The MS CLASSIC CARS inventory consists of roughly 25 classic cars and trucks that we own, service and detail. Each vehicle is presented with detailed descriptions and multiple photos. We own all the inventory and don’t offer consignments. When you call you deal directly with me. I know each vehicle well and will go over the vehicle of your interest in full detail. I’ll also assist you with any other needs such as trades, financing, insurance or shipping. I promise to make the process from start to finish easy and enjoyable. I take a lot of pride in my business and my reputation reflects that. I appreciate the opportunity to earn your business! MarketI've been collecting classic cars and trucks for over 15 years now and have seen a lot happen. I've seen the hobby continue to grow not only on the internet and auctions but also with the amount of television shows, magazines and websites that are related to classic cars in some form or another. I strongly believe the classic car market is a great place to invest in. When the economy is strong, the classic car market is extremely strong. When the economy isn't so strong the classic car market holds its own. I've sold classic cars and trucks in both economic conditions. The reason classic cars make such a great investment is because people are crazy about cars, especially classic cars. These people aren’t just one age group but all different ages ranging from very young to very old. It’s a much diversified market. I've learned it's not just people in the United States but its people all over the world. Roughly 20% of my sales are from people who live outside of the United States. Some examples would be Canada, Australia, Mexico and Europe. Also from what I’ve learned roughly 20% of bidders at auctions are also people who live outside the United States. Over the years I've noticed that the higher quality classic cars have always commanded a higher price. Even people who don't have any classic car experience can recognize and appreciate attention to detail. Over the last 10 years the overall market has been very strong and I believe it will continue to grow. Certain classic cars prices are on the rise and others are on the decline. It’s all about supply and demand not about a good or bad economy. The classic cars that are on the rise are the cars that a lot of people want but there aren’t many on the market for sale. The classic cars that are on the decline are the cars that a lot of people don’t want anymore and there’s many on the market for sale. Of course, if the car is a rare model and spectacular it will command a higher price as I mentioned. Desirable factory correct classic cars that are documented with matching numbers always make solid investments. Custom cars have remained strong because each car is different from the next one. They each have their own character and there worth what people are willing to pay. Prior to this business I was just a blue collar guy who was working full time selling new and used Mercedes Benz. I was very passionate about classic cars and trucks so I decided to sell them part time. Although I had my used car dealer’s license I didn’t have my own dealership. Overall things were going just fine but my dream was to open my own classic car and truck dealership. I decided to give up my full time job with health insurance and a 401K to open a new classic and truck dealership. I had to invest a ton of money to make that happen which required using my family’s savings and acquiring loans such as a home equity line of credit. I also now would have a lot of overhead that I didn’t have before. The bottom line is I went all in. Do you think I would’ve done all that if I didn’t think the classic car and truck market wasn’t going to remain strong? “I’m putting my money where my mouth is”. Marc Schiliro – The Owner Description 1973 Norton Commando 850 Roadster Custom ONE-OF-A-KIND! ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! EARLY PRODUCTION DATE OF APRIL 1973. REFERRED TO AS THE “FIRST 850”! OWNED BY THE LAST OWNER FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS WHICH IS DOCUMENTED! VERY ORIGINAL PRIOR TO EXTENSIVE NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION! PHOTOS OF THE RESTORATION ARE INCLUDED! COMPLETED IN 2016 WITH ONLY 58 TEST MILES! EVERYTHING HAS BEEN RESTORED OR REPLACED! NEW OEM PARTS WERE USED WHEN AVAILABLE! BEAUTIFUL SHOW QUALITY FORD BLUE LIGHTNING PAINT! CUSTOM CORBIN CAFÉ BLACK SEAT! INSTRUMENTS WERE RESTORED TO FACTORY SPECS! EXCEL HIGH SHOULDERED ALUMINUM RIMS AND BUCHANAN SPOKES! BRIDGESTONE BATTLAX BT45F TIRES! THE CHASSIS WAS STRIPPED AND POWDER COATED WITH A LIGHT GRAY FINISH! THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION SIDE COVERS ALONG WITH THE Z PLATES AND LOWER FRONT LEGS WERE ALSO POWDER COATED! THE ENGINE WAS COMPLETELY REBUILT INCLUDING BEING BORED .020 OVER, VALVE JOB, ETC. EVERYTHING WAS DONE TO FACTORY SPECS! TWO NEW AMAL 932 CARBURETORS WITH K&N FILTER! THE TRANSMISSION WAS DISASSEMBLED, INSPECTED, REASSEMBLED AND RESEALED! ALL NEW CABLES AND LINES! ALL NEW WIRING! ALL NEW LIGHTS! ALL NEW SUSPENSION COMPONENTS! ALL NEW BRAKING COMPONENTS! ALL OF THE HARDWARE WENT TO THE CADMIUM PLATER! ALL OF THE CHROME PIECES WENT TO THE CHROME PLATER! EVERYTHING IS IN GREAT WORKING ORDER! MS CLASSIC CARS COMPLETELY DETAILED THIS NORTON FROM TOP TO BOTTOM! THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE THAT HAS BEEN FULLY RESTORED! STORY: I RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS 1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 FROM A GENTLEMAN WHO NAMED TRACY WHO LIVES IN FLORIDA. TRACY IS THE ONE WHO COMPLETED THE ENTIRE RESTORATION. HE HAS A LOT OF EXPERIENCE RESTORING CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES. I HAD PURCHASED A 1952 FORD F1 PICKUP CUSTOM LS FROM HIM A FEW MONTHS AGO. HE HAD COMPLETED A FRAME OFF RESTORATION ON THE TRUCK AND DID A BEAUTIFUL JOB. WE GAVE THE TRUCK THE MS CLASSIC CARS TOUCH AND SOLD IT ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. DURING THE TIME WE WERE DOING THE DEAL ON THE 1952 FORD F1 HE MENTIONED HE WAS RESTORING A 1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850. OF COURSE, I WAS VERY INTERESTED. I DON’T DO A LOT WITH CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES BUT HAVE COLLECTED A FEW REALLY NICE ONES OVER THE YEARS. I HAVE A PASSION FOR MOTORCYCLES AS I GREW UP RACING MOTORCROSS. I ALSO HAVE MY MOTORCYCLE LICENSE. I KNOW A BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED MOTORCYCLE WHEN I SEE ONE. I TOLD HIM WHEN THE NORTON RESTORATION WAS COMPLETED AND HE SHOOK IT DOWN I WANTED FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL. ONCE IT WAS COMPLETED HE EMAILED ME THE PHOTOS AND I WAS AMAZED AT THE OVERALL RESTORATION. I HAD TO HAVE IT! HE PURCHASED THIS NORTON FROM A GENTLEMAN IN FLORIDA WHO OWNED IT SINCE 1989. THIS IS DOCUMENTED ON THE FLORIDA TITLE. THE BIKE WAS VERY ORIGINAL WITH LOW MILEAGE. IT NEEDED A TOTAL RESTORATION. THE EXTERIOR COLOR WAS BLACK. IT’S BELIEVED TO HAVE THE ORIGINAL ENGINE. TRACY SAID, “THERE'S NO DOUBT IT WAS NEVER TAKEN APART PRIOR TO THE RESTORATION”. THE SERIAL NUMBERS ARE LISTED BELOW. TRACY WANTED TO RESTORE THIS NORTON WITH SOME CUSTOM TOUCHES SO IT WOULD BE A ONE-OF-A-KIND. HE DOCUMENTED THE ENTIRE RESTORATION WITH PHOTOS THAT ARE INCLUDED WITH THE SALE. TRACY RECENTLY COMPLETED THE RESTORATION AND DROVE IT 58 MILES SINCE COMPLETION. TRY TO IMAGINE HOW MUCH IT WOULD COST FOR YOU TO FIND A 1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AND COMPLETE AN ENTIRE RESTORATION WITH PARTS AND LABOR. I’LL TELL YOU IT WOULD BE A LOT MORE EXPENSIVE THEN THE ASKING PRICE! INSPECTION REPORT RED PLATE ON HEADSTOCK VIN #301733 WITH BUILD DATE OF 4 / 73. DRIVERS SIDE OF TOP FRAME HAS THESE NUMBERS #00113 ENGINE NUMBER #305134 AS THE RESTORATION PHOTOS DOCUMENT THIS 1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 ROADSTER CUSTOM MOTORCYCLE WAS A TRUE NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION. THERE’S NOT A LOT I CAN SAY THAT WON’T BE VERY CLEAR IN THE PHOTOS BELOW. THE BODYWORK ON THE FENDERS, TANK AND SIDE PIECES IS VERY STRAIGHT. THE QUALITY OF THE FORD BLUE LIGHTNING PAINT IS AMAZING AND VIRTUALLY FLAWLESS. A COPY OF THE PAINT CODES AND TOUCH UP PAINT IS INCLUDED WITH THE SALE. THE PAINT ON THIS BIKE IS SHOW QUALITY. ALL OF THE DECALS WERE CLEAR COATED OVER AND YOU CAN BARELY FEEL THEM. A CUSTOM CORBIN CAFÉ STYLE BLACK SEAT WAS ADDED. BOTH WHEELS WERE UNLACED, HUBS WERE POLISHED AND THEY WERE ASSEMBLED WITH EXCEL HIGH SHOULDER ALUMINUM RIMS AND BUCHANAN SPOKES. IT HAS NEW BRIDGESTONE BT45F TIRES THAT ARE 100-90-19 ON THE FRONT AND 120-90-18 ON THE REAR. ALL OF THE CHROME AND BOLTS WERE SENT OUT TO BE RESTORED. ALL OF THE WIRING, LINES, CABLES, LIGHTS, RUBBERS, ETC IS NEW. THE FRAME WAS COMPLETELY POWDER COATED AND COMPLIMENTS THE BLUE COLOR PERFECTLY. THE ENGINE WAS COMPLETELY REBUILT AND RUNS GREAT. IT HAS TWO NEW AMAL CARBURETORS. IT ALSO SOUNDS GREAT. THE TRANSMISSION WAS COMPLETELY GONE THROUGH. EVERYTHING IS IN GREAT WORKING ORDER. THE PHOTOS OF THIS BIKE WILL DO ALL THE TALKING. I’M LOSS FOR WORDS. WIKIPEDIA INFORMATION: The Norton Commando was a British Norton-Villiers motorcycle with an OHV pre-unit parallel-twin engine, produced by the Norton Motorcycle company from 1967 until 1977. Initially having a nominal 750 ccdisplacement, actually 745 cc (45.5 cu in), in 1973 it became an 850 cc, actually 828 cc (50.5 cu in). It had a hemi-type head, similar to all OHV Norton engines since the early 1920s. During its ten years of production, the Commando was popular all over the world. In the United Kingdom it won the Motor Cycle News "Machine of the Year" award for five successive years from 1968-1972. Given that its engine was an old pre-unit design, even Norton's chairman, Dennis Poore, expressed surprise at the Commando's remarkable success. Background The origins of the Norton Commando can be traced back to the late 1940s when the 497 cc (30.3 cu in) Norton Model 7 Twin was designed by Bert Hopwood. The twin-cylinder design evolved into 600 cc, then the 650 cc Manxman and Dominator until superseded by 750 cc Atlas before being launched as the 750 cc Commando in 1967. As well as having a radical new frame, the Commando's engine (which was mounted vertically in earlier models) was tilted forward. This was relatively easy as the engine was "pre-unit", that is, the gearbox was not integral with the crankcase, and the change gave three benefits: (1) the centre of gravity was moved further forward; (2) this allowed more space behind the carburetors for the airbox; and (3) it gave an attractive raked appearance to the motorcycle. Isolastic system The revolutionary part of the Commando, compared to earlier Norton models, was the award-winning frame developed by former Rolls-Royce engineer Dr. Stefan Bauer. He believed the classic Norton Featherbed frame design went against all engineering principles, so Bauer designed his frame around a single 2.25 in (57 mm) top tube. Bauer tried to free the Commando from classic twin vibration problems, which had severely increased as the volume of the basic engine design expanded from the 500 cc of Edward Turner's 1938 Triumph Speed Twin. He, with Norton-Villiers Chief Engineer Bernard Hooper and assistant Bob Trigg, decided that the engine, gearbox and swing-arm assembly were to be bolted together and isolated from the frame by special rubber mountings. 1973 Mk1 850 cc 1973 Norton 850 Commando In January 1973 the ‘Mk.5 Fastback’ was launched and the ‘Long Range’ was discontinued, foreshadowing the first 850 cc machines launched in April 1973. The ‘Roadster’, ‘Hi Rider’ and the ‘Interstate’ all began to use a new 828 cc. engine, which had similar power to the 750 cc models but were less stressed. “AS MY WEBSITE INDICATES I’VE COLLECTED AND SOLD HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC VEHICLES OVER THE YEARS. I’M PROUD TO SAY THAT I’VE SET MULTIPLE SALES RECORD PRICES AND HAVE SOLD MANY IN THE SIX FIGURE PLUS PRICE RANGE. I’VE ALSO HAD MANY VEHICLES FEATURED IN MAGAZINES AND ON THE INTERNET AS WELL. THE POINT BEING IS BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE AND REPUTATION I’M A VERY GOOD JUDGE OF CHARACTER WHEN DESCRIBING A CLASSIC VEHICLE. I DON’T COLLECT MANY CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES BUT HAVE SOME EXPERIENCE. THE 1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 ROADSTER CUSTOM YOU’RE ABOUT TO WITNESS IS A ONE-OF-A-KIND AND TRULY STUNNING! THIS BIKE WAS ONE OF THE FIRST 850’S BUILT BASED ON THE BUILD DATE AND VIN NUMBER. THIS BIKE WAS OWNED BY THE LAST OWNER FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS PRIOR TO THE RESTORATION. THE GENTLEMAN WHO COMPLETED THE ENTIRE RESTORATION HAS A LOT OF EXPERIENCE RESTORING CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES. I PURCHASED A 1952 FORD F1 PICKUP CUSTOM LS FROM HIM WHICH WAS BEAUTIFUL. THE ENTIRE RESTORATION IS FULLY DOCUMENTED WITH PHOTOS THAT ARE INCLUDED WITH THE SALE. THE RESTORATION WAS JUST COMPLETED AND ONLY HAS 58 TEST MILES SINCE COMPLETION. THIS BIKE IS SO NICE IT’S HARD TO SPEAK OF THE OVERALL QUALITY BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS DONE TO A HIGH LEVEL. I’VE SPENT A LOT OF TIME RESEARCHING NORTON COMMANDOS AND HAVEN’T SEEN MANY EXAMPLES THAT COMPARE TO THE QUALITY OF THIS BIKE. AS THE DESCRITPION STATES THIS BIKE WAS SLIGHTLY CUSTOMZIED SO IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A COMMANDO THAT WAS RESTORED EXACTLY LIKE IT LEFT THE FACTORY THIS BIKE ISN’T FOR YOU. IF YOU WANT A CLASSIC NORTON COMMANDO THAT HAS BEEN BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED AND WITH ITS OWN CHARACTER THIS IS THE ONE FOR YOU. GET IT BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE DOES!” MARC SCHILIRO – THE OWNER Inspection ReportUnfortunately most classic vehicles that are being advertised for sale by dealers, private parties and auctions aren't exactly what are being advertised for sale. This is an industry with no real guidelines and everyone's opinion is completely different. The average consumer doesn’t realize classic vehicles weren’t restored at the factory and are being restored by people in their garages. Everyone’s level of restoration experience is different and it shows in the restoration. An example would be a classic vehicle that's being advertised as an original model with matching numbers could be a phony with a reproduction trim tag and re stamped numbers on the engine block, etc. Another example would be a classic vehicle is being advertised as a full restoration when indeed only a few things have been restored. There are many classic vehicles listed for sale that have cosmetic and mechanical issues with such items as the body, paint, glass, lights, body hinges, gauges, window components, steering components, upholstery, engine leaks and tuning, radiators, transmission, rear end, brake components and suspension components. The consumers are spending thousands of dollars repairing the classic vehicles they've purchased after the sale. A bad purchase could turn into the buyer’s worst nightmare and be extremely costly! MS CLASSIC CARS specializes in beautiful classic cars and trucks that are at a higher level of quality than most being advertised for sale. I personally have selected these vehicles and take pride in what I represent. I'm not a classic car dealer who is only looking to make a quick buck. I’ve seen dealers and private parties purchase classic vehicles at auctions and online and immediately list them for sale. Most of these vehicles aren’t being advertised correctly and haven’t been serviced or detailed. This business is my career and reputation which means everything to me. I do the best of my ability to represent quality classic cars and advertise them honestly. To be clear I’m not in the restoration business. I represent classic vehicles that have already been restored. This vehicle is owned by MS CLASSIC CARS and is located in Seekonk, MA. I personally have seen, touched and driven this vehicle. This vehicle has been through a service and detail process which is documented with an MS CLASSIC CARS invoice. I write the descriptions, take the photos, advertise them for sale and answer all the calls and emails. I'll personally go over the entire vehicle and tell you everything I know about it. I'll also give you my opinion if it’s truly the right vehicle for you. I’ll consider all trades and also offer financing if necessary. Once you've committed to purchase a classic vehicle from MS CLASSIC CARS, I’ll make it a very easy process from start to finish. Once the funds have cleared I'll immediately mail the paperwork USPS 2-day air. A CD with the description and photos of the vehicle you purchased will be included in the package. I’ll also assist in shipping your vehicle to its new home. If you've read the introduction tab or visited my website you’ll probably agree I'm a bit of a perfectionist and represent very detailed classic vehicles. MS CLASSIC CARS has a great reputation and we continue to raise the bar in the classic car and truck world. I sell our classic cars and trucks very quickly because consumers see the value. I look forward to working with you. Please read my website testimonials and eBay positive feedback. Thank you for the opportunity! Marc Schiliro – the ownerWhy buy from MS Classic Cars?What makes MS CLASSIC CARS different from other classic car dealers and from vehicles being marketed privately on the market for sale? * Each vehicle has been hand-picked by the owner Marc Schiliro. * NO CONSIGNMENTS. We own the MS CLASSIC CARS inventory and know every vehicle well. * NO SALESPEOPLE. Deal directly with the owner Marc Schiliro when you call or email. * Every vehicle goes through a service process unlike most vehicles on the market for sale. MS CLASSIC CARS owns its own service and storage facility. * Every vehicle gets a complete MS CLASSIC CARS Classic car automotive detail which includes the exterior, interior, engine compartment, trunk compartment and undercarriage. This is valued at $500.00 * Every vehicle has a detailed description with multiple photos including the undercarriage which is done by the owner Marc Schiliro. * Assistance with financing if necessary. Competitive rates and terms are available. * Assistance with transportation once the sale is completed. * Assistance with insurance once the sale is completed. * Easy transaction from start to finish. Customer satisfaction is our #1 goal. Classic cars and trucks make great investments and are extremely fun to own. It’s so exciting to search for a classic, purchase one and watch it come off the trailer, add your own touches, take it for a ride or just look at it sitting in the garage after a hard day at work. Classic car and truck collectors aren’t just in the United States but worldwide. The classic car and truck market is growing every day. It’s seen at car shows and auctions, in magazines and on TV shows. Get your new classic car or truck today. You only live once, if you can afford it, do it! I do the best I can to represent my classic cars and trucks. My results, feedback and reputation speak for themselves. Everyone’s opinion of a classic car and truck is different and I encourage questions prior to a purchase. I have a beautiful showroom with excellent lighting and a lift for a complete inspection if requested. Inspections will be scheduled by appointment only. The closest airport is Providence, RI. It’s only a 25 minute ride from the dealership. I can arrange to pick up at the airport. I also have a dealer plate that would allow for a test drive with a valid driver’s license for a serious buyer. Please call 508-557-0152 or email for any questions. Thank you.
1972 Triumph Bonneville with 5-speed transmission and over $4000 in new parts alone! You could take this bike in any direction you want. Turn it into your perfect cafe racer, street tracker or restore to its original glory. Clean title. Parts invested: -New Avon tires -Stainless rims and spokes -New Hagon shocks -Professionly recovered seat -New Amal carburetors -Boyer electronic ignition -New coils, rectifier and stator -New header pipes and muffler -Aftermarket LED headlight and custom bracket -All new cables -Gaskets, fuel lines, and much more.... Some of the work performed: -Frame professionally painted -Rebuilt speedometer and tachometer -Complete tune-up (carbs, fluids, plugs, etc.) -Aluminum professionally polished -Engine and transmission professionally serviced Must see to appreciate. This vintage bike is priced to sell! Not interested in trades.
Category Custom Motorcycles
Engine 650 cc
Posted Over 1 Month
1964 Triumph Bonneville T120R, 1964 Triumph Bonneville bobber, with welded on hardtail. Engine and frame numbers are matching. New Amal 930 carburetors, new Michelin Commander II tires, new drive chain, new wiring, new final drive and primary sprocket, geared 43 tooth in the rear and 20 tooth on the drive gear. New throttle cables, Boyer electronic ignition, English Amal style grips, fork tubes, kill switch, high/low beam/horn switch, fork gaiters, new Biltwell seat, new La Rosa air shock, new handlebar bushings, new head and rocker gaskets, pushrod tube gaskets, new Duracell AGM battery, Barnett clutch cable, and new clutch. All oil and fuel lines are new, petcocks are also new. I run this bike regularly, the best Triumph I have owned out of four I have owned over the years. This may be a temporary ad because I may want to take the bike back to Sweden with me. This bike has a lot of sentiment for keeping me busy after returning from overseas. Any questions, do not hesitate to ask, I have spent many hours working and riding this bike. Call if any questions at all, I know this bike inside and out. $5,000.00 $5,000.00 8053406734
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Category Classic Motorcycles
Engine 750 cc
Posted Over 1 Month
1976 Triumph Bonneville T140, Here is a beautifully restored example of a collectible anddesirable British Twin the 1976 Triumph Bonneville T140V. A twin 750cc, 5-speed left-side gear footshift with dual disk brakes, U.S. model. The 1976 model is widely considered to represent the best era of the classic Bonnevilles longhistory, regarding dependability, engine power and comfort. This motorcycle has beenprofessionallyrestored and thoroughly gone over by renowned classic Brit bike motorcycle mechanic Rex Floyd, who owns Brit Bike Repair, located in Franklinton, N.C. The bike had a total engine rebuild completed in 2015, to include new pistons & rings, and the sludge trap cleaned toas-new condition. There are no oil leaks, no smoke, and the Bonneville is ready to ride. Motor sounds and runs excellent, and gear transmission shifts smoothly through all 5 gears. Matching frame &engine numbers; clean title (no salvage, flood, accident or theft history) & currently registered & tagged with the North Carolina DMV. Location of the motorcycle is near Raleigh, N.C. This motorcycle has always been stored inside in a climate controlled environment. Seller requests a $500 deposit by the winning buyer is required within 48 hours of auction close, and remainder of payment is due within 7 days, in cash or by PayPal. Contact Steve at (919) 245-2326 for inquiries: Description of Restoration: total engine rebuild with new 020 pistons & rings onfresh bore newvalue & guides sludge trap cleaned; as-newcondition original & professionally re-chromed handlebars, headlight,grab rail and front & rear fenders polished front & rear brake hubs; front & rear new brake rotors & pads; front & rear new Dunlop tires - front & rear; correct period new Excelraised edge aluminum rims & stainless steel spokes, front & rear new exhaust headers and mufflers, beautifully chromed braided stainless steel brake lines, front & rear twin 30mm Amal MkII carburetors, rebuilt with no play in slides new lithium Shorai battery Boyer electronic system & solid statecharging system chrome polished front fork lowers, with new rubber fork gaiters original braided wiring harness polished handlebar controls that work correctly nice tank badges; correct period newmirror (left side); correct period nice condition &recoveredseat, with no rust on seat pan new rear chain & sprocket new speedometer & tachometer cables immaculate paint on tank with period correct Cherokee Red & Cold White paintscheme, with hand-painted gold pinstripe Workshop Manual for Triumph Twins is included No turn signals (but can be added to the existing wiring harness connections) $6,900.00 9192452326
Winter Park, Florida
1966 Triumph Bonneville. Meticulous restoration of a matching number original bike. Engine was completely rebuilt by Steve Wiley in Tangerine, Fl. Electronic ignition was installed and no expense spared in rebuild. Frame and other black parts beautifully powder coated. All the hardware is correct and has been re-cad plated. Wheels are new English made with SS spokes, laced to the original hubs that were powdered coated and assembled with new bearings and brakes. Front fork has new bushings and seals. The same with the swing-arm and bearings in the neck. Original AMAL grey grips, instruments completely rebuilt, has tool tray. Tank by Cycle Colors and is beautiful and scratch free. I have the Triumph steering lock and key. Kill switch is not connected. The bike has the original carburetors and has been recently started and ran, but has not been broken in at this point. Motor sounded excellent. If you are looking for a '66 Bonneville, you should consider this bike. I will be happy to give you my phone number for further discussion. If interested I will supply detailed pictures. Buyer pays all shipping fees.
Pine City, Minnesota
Category Classic Motorcycles
Engine 650 cc
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1970 Triumph Bonneville T120R, Original owner of this 1970 Triumph Bonneville survivor, matching numbers with just under 14,000 original miles. Some of the updates are; Branson electronic ignition and new tires. Since I`ve owned the bike, I opened up the primary side and replaced the clutch and charging system. Replaced both carburetors with the new updated Amal's, all the chrome on the bike and the aluminum is in pretty good condition. The paint is really nice, not faded at all, it's the original beautiful "astral" red and silver with gold pinstriping (all original) , also the same on the front and rear fender. recently broke. Starts first kick (no choke), runs like a sewing machine and it definitely turns heads! $5,000.00
Category Custom Motorcycles
Engine 650 cc
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1964 Triumph Bonneville T120R, 1964 Triumph Bonneville bobber, with welded on hardtail. Engine and frame numbers are matching. New Amal 930 carburetors, new Michelin Commander II tires, new drive chain, new wiring, new final drive and primary sprocket, geared 43 tooth in the rear and 20 tooth on the drive gear. New throttle cables, Boyer electronic ignition, English Amal style grips, fork tubes, kill switch, high/low beam/horn switch, fork gaiters, new Biltwell seat, new La Rosa air shock, new handlebar bushings, new head and rocker gaskets, pushrod tube gaskets, new Duracell AGM battery, Barnett clutch cable, and new clutch. All oil and fuel lines are new, petcocks are also new. I run this bike regularly, the best Triumph I have owned out of four I have owned over the years. This may be a temporary ad because I may want to take the bike back to Sweden with me. This bike has a lot of sentiment for keeping me busy after returning from overseas. Any questions, do not hesitate to ask, I have spent many hours working and riding this bike. Call if any questions at all, I know this bi $5,500.00
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I purchased this bike back in 2013 from Ian Falloon & imported it from Australia, since it was delivered is has sat on display in my office. The fluids have been changed and engine turned over regularly. This bike is as perfect as they come. I have not seen any GT that comes close. I recently brought the bike to a Ducati specialist in San Francisco, he started up the bike and is now in process of some final adjustments. I can provide a video of the bike running upon request. Below is Ian's original description of his GT. Cheers Ducati 750 GT Ebay As I have too many 750 GTs in my collection I am reluctantly offering this superb Euro-spec 1973 750 GT for sale. This is as perfect and original 1973 750 GT you will find, and every aspect of the restoration is covered in my new forthcoming book; Ducati Bevel Twins 1971 to 1986 - Enthusiasts Restoration Manual http://www.veloce.co.uk/shop/products/productDetail.php?prod_id=V4318&prod_group=Motorcycles%20&%20Scooters& With engine number 752696 and frame number 752124 this was originally Australian delivered (to Ron Angel Holdings) in April 1973. The low frame number means that many earlier features are present, such as a Lockheed front brake and split front hub. This is also a rare model with a Veglia electronic tachometer and retains the earlier Amal carbs. This model of 750 GT is undeniably one of the more desirable, with all the preferable earlier handlebar controls, Borrani rims, Inox stainless fenders and leading axle Marzocchi fork. Everything is new or reconditioned on this machine. New parts include; New factory con-rod assembly (assembled by Bob Brown) New 80.6mm (second oversize) Borgo pistons All new bearings throughout New valves, rockers, and rocker bushes New badges and paint matched to NOS side cover NOS air filter boxes and hoses NOS Aprilia turn signals and switches NOS Aprilia fuse box NOS CEV horn NOS Lockheed front brake line NOS Ducati Electronica condensers and points NOS KLG spark plug caps Complete set of Bevel Rubber parts for the 750 GT (including dash and dash lights) All new cables New period Dunlop TT100 Tires and tubes NOS Euro-spec handlebar New CEV taillight and bracket New Brev Orlandi fuel taps New Conti silencers NOS 16/36 tooth sprockets and RK chain NOS ignition switch All new cables Reconditioned parts include; Original 3-ball Marzocchi shocks rebuilt by Damien at Bevel Rubber Seat by Tony O’Connor of Eldorado Instruments by Andrew Rackstraw in New Zealand Original Borrani wheels with stainless spokes by Phil de Gruchy of Lightfoot Engineering Original rare Lockheed master cylinder and caliper reconditioned Wiring by Peter Shearman of Dukelectrics All original bolts and fasteners with new zinc plating. Original Aprilia headlamp Original Tomaselli throttle and controls Re-chromed exhaust header pipes plus other miscellaneous chrome plating by Precision Plating Reconditioned original filler cap Entered in the 2012 Motorclassic Concours d’Elegance (Australia’s equivalent to Pebble Beach) this bike won the best post-war motorcycle category in a hotly contested field. The beautiful trophy comes with the bike if you want it. The only non-original features are; NOS Inox front fender with a center brace, replacing the original fender that had two screw holes for a front license plate as required in Australia in 1973. New German ignition coils instead of the original Ducati Electrotecnica. This bike has been on display and not run since the restoration. The tank has no fuel and there is no battery. If you want to run this bike bear in mind that commissioning it will require a bit of fiddling with carburetors etc. It is as if you were buying a bike back in 1973 from the crate. It needs setting up. This bike can be shipped anywhere at the buyer’s expense and I can arrange shipping worldwide. Payment by bank deposit is preferred. Paypal will incur additional fees. If you are looking for an as new 750 GT close to the condition it left the factory in Borgo Panigale in 1973 this is it. As the restoration of this GT is featured in detail in the forthcoming book. Of course this is a forty year old motorcycle and comes with no warranty but it is a bike will real provenance.
North Brookfield, Massachusetts
Category Classic Motorcycles
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1972 Triumph Bonneville T120R, This custom hard-tail Triumph is a project that was started nearly two years ago, with hundreds of hours of work poured into it. This bike began as an oil in frame rolling chassis, with a 1972 Bonneville 650 engine. Chassis: The sub-frame was cut off, and a Factory Metal Works Hard-Tail Kit was welded in. The frame was then sandblasted, and powder coated using Bonded Black Chrome color from powder365. The wheels were disassembled, powder coated with the same color, and re-laced. New Duro vintage style tires were installed on the front and rear wheels. The front and rear hubs are of the conical type, and were polished, with accents of black. The front brake hub actuator/cover was disassembled, the levers were tumbled, and the cover was powder coated in mirror black. The front fork legs were also powder coated black, with a strip of polished metal down the sides. New fork tubes and seals were installed on assembly. The engine started out as 1972 Bonneville 650 5-speed. The entire engine was completely disassembled, sludge trap cleaned, and rebuilt with the following items: 1. New NSK crankshaft bearings 2. New rod bearing shells 3. New sludge trap allen head plug 4. All new seals from MAP Cycle 5. All new gaskets (EMGO) 6. Cylinders bored from stock to .020 over 7. New Emgo pistons with Hastings rings 8. Valve seats cut 9. New Black Diamond valves 10. New bronze valve guides with valve seals 11. Head surfaced 12. New pushrods Due to issues with the original transmission, a low mileage four speed was installed. Exhaust: The exhaust is an upswept style pipe, purchased from Britech New England, and wrapped in titanium color heat wrap. Aluminum exhaust inserts were pressed into the exhaust ports to allow mounting of the pipes. Electrical/Ignition: The electrical system on this bike has been simplified. A Podtronics unit was installed that eliminates the Zener Diode, and the rectifier, which greatly improves reliability,and creates a more simple system. The original wiring harness was simplified by removing excess wiring that was not needed. A Boyer Brandsen Electronic Ignition was installed, and works flawlessly. The battery is in a brown leather tool pouch that is underneath the seat. The front headlight is a Tri-Bar style halogen conversion. This light utilizes a 35W Standard H4 style halogen bulb which improves visibility compared to old Lucas or Stanley lights. Paint: The gas tank and rear fender were professionally painted by BP Customs. It utilizes a deep burgundy with black designs, and silver pin striping to give it an original vintage look, but custom at the same time. Other New Parts: Throttle cables NOS Clutch Cable NOS Front Brake Cable Speedometer cable Carburetors rebuilt using Amal rebuild kits Footpeg rubbers Rear Brake Stop Switch Rear tail ligh $4,600.00
1973 Triumph Bonneville T140V 750cc 5 Speed Oil in Frame A classic example of a mostly original survivor. The tank has been repainted , new cables, new seat cover, hoses and new tires added. Other than that, it's a mostly original motorcycle in daily riding condition. 1st or 2nd kick bike. Dual Amal carburetors Points ignition Hydraulic Front Brake Slimline Tank with new black paint 5 speed gearbox 750cc engine AZ Title Low mileage If you're looking for an old Triumph, here it is. Everything you want. 750cc and a 5 speed. Great combination. Any questions?? Call Steve at British Speed Shop. 480-234-6447 Winning bidder to pay $500 down immediately after auction closes via PayPal. Remaining balance is to be made by bank transfer or cash only. Shipping is buyers responsibility 100%. I can help out or deliver to SoCal for a small fee. Bike is listed locally so I reserve the right the end the auction early and without warning. So bid early and bid often.
Category Standard Motorcycles
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I am the second owner of this gently ridden 1970 Triumph Bonneville survivor, matching numbers with just under 14,000 original miles. Some of the updates are; Branson electronic ignition and new tires. Since I`ve owned the bike, I opened up the primary side and replaced the clutch and charging system. There is a little scratch by the license plate on the rear fender, and a tiny scratch on the front of the gas tank, and the frame by the steering neck that has a little paint removed, I tried to show them all the best I can in the pictures. The flaws are very minor.Replaced both carburetors with the new updated Amal's, all the chrome on the bike and the aluminum is in pretty good condition. The paint is really nice, not faded at all, it's the original beautiful "astral" red and silver with gold pinstriping (all original) , also the same on the front and rear fender. The only thing that does not work is the speedometer as the cable recently broke. I have all the original parts and carburetors and the original tool pouch with all the tools that go with the bike. It even comes with the original keys that it came with from the factory.Starts first kick (no choke), runs like a sewing machine and it definitely turns heads!If you would like more specific pictures or a video to hear it run, send your email address and I would be glad to send them.Bike is a vintage motorcycle and sold as is. Local pickup preferred but I will work with you on shipping. Buyer is responsible for creating and shipping costs.