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Triumph : Trophy 1967 Triumph Trophy

Triumph : Trophy 1967 Triumph Trophy


Woodworth, Louisiana

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Welcome to Sinless Cycles in Woodworth, LA. Our proprietor has been operating under the eBay name‘1unclemonk’since 1991 and earned a sterling record of almost 2400 positive feedbacks including many big ticket items. The team here at Sinless includes Monica in administration and Sgt. Lacour in logistics. Our collection has grown to the point where we would like to share some of our rare, vintage, high-condition and low mileage bikes. Our new website is SINLESSCYCLES dot com. We are the U.S. importer for the new Brough Superior and have one in stock along with a dozen originals. We have won The Legend of the Motorcycle, Pebble Beach and the International Vincent Owners Club events. From the only original, correct and running example of the world’s oldest production motorcycle, an 1894 Hildebrand and Wolfmuller, to Doc Cleveland’s 1913 Henderson Four, the finest original paint 1915 HD Twin in the world, Otis Chandler’s original paint 1916 Pope Twin, Harry Buck’s original paint 1929 Cleveland Tornado, the only known 1935 Grindlay-Peerless Speed Chief, 1929 Motosacoche 750 IOE Gran Tourisme, June 2010 Cycle World-proclaimed ‘the World’s Best’ Crocker, 1933 Matchless Silver Hawk, 1927 Rudge Whitworth 4speed/4 valve, the only known 1919 GCS twin (Australia), AJS models 1, 2A and S3, 1938 Cotton (J.A.P. 600cc), 1938 Peugeot 515, 1937 Panther model 100, 1936 FN model 91, 1937 Sunbeam Light Sport Solo, Vincent A Twin, B Shadow and genuine road-going Black Lightning, Moto Guzzi Falcone and 1000S, 100 AMCA point 1931 Indian 101 Scout from the Guggenheim exhibit entitled ‘The Art of the Motorcycle”, 1936 O.E.C. Duplex, original paint 1938 Velocette MSS 500, 1928 Coventry Eagle OHV Flying 8, 1939 Matchless Model X, 1934 Terrot HSSG, 1936 Zenith C5 Special, Willy Neutkens’ pre-1930 BMW R16 and R62 from the BMW Museum in Munich, 1938 BSA Y-13, 1930 Rene Gillet 1000 twin, 1939 Gilera Saturno, to a1977 MV Augusta 850SS, Confederate Hell-Cat, Bimota SB2 and new Ducati Multistrada S, we have the best and ride them all. You can fly in to meet us at AEX and drive this bike home anywhere. From PREVIOUS AD You are looking at a black 1967 Triu mph single carb Trophy 650cc motorcycle. Bolt on hardtail. I have owned this bike for several years and its received maintenance every year and parts replaced when needed. Its a every day driver, and although its not a show bike, it gets more attention that the V Twins. Along the way, the motor has been rebuilt, a valvejob with new valves, new fork tubes and seals, new brakes, new Avon tires, new wheel bearings, new carbu rator,cables,air filter, tu ne ups,clutch plates and drum, chain,sprockets,etc. Passed New York State safety inspection May of 2007. Everything at present works, including the speedo. The paint is not original and its old. The chrome is pitted. There are alot of mix and match parts on the bike. A Royal Enfield tool box and tail light assembly . A 2.5 quart hex oil tank. A TlOO front end with Tl40 headlight ears. A l965 4 gallon gas tank with parcel grid. Original 650 pipes with aftermarket turn-outs. It shifts excellent and sounds like a Triumph is supposed to sound. The one fau lt it has is a upper rear pushrod tube oil leak. A Triumph wouldnt be a Triumph if it didnt leak oil somewhere This motorcycle is sold as is with no warranty. Buyer is responsible for all taxes, license, insurance and shipping. Our administrator, Monica at, can help you to arrange shipping with the transport of your choice. We’ve sent and received many bikes both nationally and internationally. We can help with setting up services for a crates We have fork lift, loading dock and import broker, Gulf Forwarding, in New Orleans. Don’t waste your time trying to rob us but, if you’re genuine and we can’t fill your needs then you might need your own oil checked. Thanks and God bless….Bryan. You must be registered with PayPal in order to participate in this sale. If you are the buyer, please remember that you are responsible for the following terms and conditions of the sale, which are: there is a $500.00 non-refundable deposit due via PayPal with twenty-four hours of the sale close... no exceptions. The remaining balance is due within seven days of sale close via cashier’s check, money order or personal check; payment must clear prior to shipping.