1969 Triumph Bonneville on mail.2040motos
Triumph Bonneville description
The time has come to start thinning out my collection. Here is a numbers matching 1969 Triumph Bonneville 650 T120R. I bought this machine several years ago. It ran really good but has some clutch issues, was a bit crunchy going into gear. I drained the fuel and oil and parked it in my living room and it rested ever since. It comes equipped with the modern Amal premier carbs and a Boyer electronic ignition. I also have a set of the original carbs with the correct stampings. The machine is very original as you can see in the pics. I know for a fact that the seat is an older repop and the handlebars, horn and headlamp are not original. the glass on the tach is cracked and the tank has a few dings. the inside of the tank is super clean and rust free. it needs a battery, fuel and oil and I know it will fire up. these machines with original paint are getting hard to find. For what its worth from what I read the bikes without the scallops below the badges were built for the Canadian Market. Always remember, they are only original once.
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