Triumph Bonneville T120r motorcycles for sale
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Eau Gallie, FloridaNegotiable
Category Classic Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
In full running condition. Power is from a numbers-matching 650cc parallel twin mated to a four-speed transmission, and factory equipment includes a two-up seat, a right-side shifter, rubber knee bolsters, a twin leading-shoe front drum brake, and a center stand. An electronic ignition module was added by the seller, while tune-ups. The fuel tank features a silver center stripe, gold pinstriping and Bonneville scripts, white and chrome side badges, and rubber knee bolsters. Additional equipment includes a stepped two-up seat, chrome fenders, black side covers, both center and side stands, and amber reflectors on the frame downtube. Instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer, a 10k-rpm tachometer, and an ammeter mounted in the headlight bucket. The replacement five-digit odometer shows under 500 miles, the majority of which have been ridden by the seller. Total mileage is unknown. The air-cooled 650cc parallel twin produced just under 50 horsepower when new and is mated to a four-speed transmission that is shifted on the right and connected to the rear wheel via a drive chain.
Providence, Rhode Island
1969 Triumph Bonneville. Professional restoration 2011, 550 miles since rebuild. Does not run, carb ticklers leak and need rebuild(?). Sold "as is", local delivery only.
Ready to ride 1968 Triumph Bonneville in great condition. Numbers matching frame and engine. New AMAL carbs and electronic ignition ensure smooth running and reliable start. The transmission shifts well and a new clutch has been installed. The tanks and side panel were repainted with Hutchinson lacquer and the frame was repainted with Imron paint. Unlike many Triumphs out there, this is not over-restored. The original seat, tanks, panel, wheels, spokes, fenders, exhaust pipe and mufflers remain. I’d love to keep this bike but haven’t had the time to ride as much as I hoped.
In 1966 Cycle World wrote of the Triumph Bonneville T120 " In all, the Triumph Bonneville for 1966 must still be considered the standard by which all medium-large displacement, high-performance touring bikes are judged. Others may be faster, or better handling, or even slightly more reliable. None offers quite the same combined package of performance, and reliability, and handling ."We are pleased to present a pristine example of classic Triumph motorcycling: a fully restored 1966 Triumph Bonneville T120R with matching frame and engine numbers! Everything has been gone over on this beautiful Bonneville. Among it's numerous features are a rebuilt 649cc engine with just 5 miles on it, a Boyer electronic ignition unit with a 3-phase charging kit, stainless steel spokes, powder coated frame, polished stainless steel fenders, and new tires. You would be hard pressed to find a better opportunity to experience classic British motorcycling at it’s best. Call today and make it yours before someone else does the same!
Costa Mesa, California
Alaskan White w/Grenadier Red racing stripesClose to factory original2-Tone Gray & Black seatPreviously restored with low milesMatching Frame & Engine NumbersTCM Certified with Safety Inspection
Costa Mesa, California
Aubergine and Alaskan WhiteClose to Factory OriginalPreviously RestoredMatching Frame & Engine NumbersTCM Certified with Safety InspectionMore photos available upon request
Rhinebeck, New York
Original to the paint, matching numbers and in prefect condition. Engine rebuilt 200 miles ago (12,138 total) including sludge trap. New NOS Amal carbs and new Avon front and rear tires. New sealed battery. Original tool kit.2nd owner, one kick, great runner. Chrome in good condition, no pitting. Professionally maintained.
Costa Mesa, California
Astral Red Paint w/Silver AccentClose to Factory OriginalThis is a smooth running, well handling motorcycleLast year before the change over to the Oil-in-frame designThis is a classic must-have model in great conditionRecently serviced TCM Certified with Safety Inspection
Vintage 1971 Triumph Bonneville. Excellent condition,18,184 miles, 6000 miles since engine rebuild and restoration. All original except color (blue) and mufflers. $4000. Have spare parts. Engine will not start, not getting spark. This bike has been under excellent care, and in storage for 5 years. I'm the second owner, bought from brother in law in 1973.
Coconut Creek, Florida
Currently has 1969 Engine installed. Original engine with matching numbers is available but needs to be rebuilt. Bike is in running condition and has very low miles as it has been in storage for 35 years. Has new battery and carbs have been rebuilt. Will be taking it to the South Florida Antique Motorcycle show in Dania Beach on the 28th unless you buy it first. Please contact me if you have any questions.
A very nice numbers matching Bonneville that has been restored in the last 10 years. its been in a climate controlled environment since and has been cranked or ridden every other week. every thing on this bike is operable and the bike cranks after a one or two kicks every time, a great addition to a collection and a must see..
Barefoot Beach, Florida
A Bill Hoard restoration in 1994, very nice condition with 7900 miles. New tires and electronic ignition making this a very reliable road bike that turns heads at every turn