1967 Triumph Bonneville 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120


Matching numbers and titled 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120R. I purchased the bike in 1992 and with the constant assistance of Redline Cycle in Minneapolis, Minnesota, I brought it down to the frame and back up again over the course of five to seven years. The entire top end was rebuilt, forks, new Hagon shocks, speedometers were refurbished by APT Speedometer, wheels rebuilt by Buchanan, the list is endless and I kept most of the receipts. And then I had kids…lol. Sold (12) British bikes out of my collection and kept the Triumph for sentimental reasons but aside from the occasional summer spin, it spent the most of the time parked in my heated garage under a blanket as we were heavily involved in racing. Fast forward to 2018, I brought it to a shop with more than (40) years of experience to fine tune it and add the finishing touches. Spent close to $3,000 as he went through the wiring harness, replaced a number of chrome bits & pieces, oil lines, etc. and I had him install a brand new set of NOS Amal monobloc carburetors. It looked and sounded so awesome, I thought “Why stop there?” In late 2019, I sent the gas tank to Vintage Vendor and I have to admit, I was more than a little surprised as to how he was able to match the original aubergine paint…and all for the tidy sum of $1,000…lol. The shop performed a couple more cosmetic enhancements through 2020 (front fender, headlight shell, valve covers, footpads, etc.) and I intended on keeping it but with work and our race schedule, I doubt I will ride it much and it will probably go back to the relegated corner of the garage. I have never been a big fan of keeping bikes if they are not going to be ridden so against the advice of my wife, I decided to sell it…and probably buy a new dirt bike. But she does not know about the latter part. So what does it need? It will definitely need a battery, the tail light has a crack in it (I believe it is the original lens, hence the reason I never changed it), I purchased the café handlebars when I was in the UK, and the center stand is missing. I tried to take as many photos as I could to portray the actual condition but please feel free to ask questions. For context, I had a bunch of people pull into my driveway while I was taking photos as this thing is a definite head turner in the sunlight.

1967 Triumph Bonneville 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120
1967 Triumph Bonneville 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120
1967 Triumph Bonneville 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120





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