1973 Triumph T140V
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1973 Triumph T140V

Sold 08/12/2014

1973 T140 Bonneville professionally built by Kiyo, at one of the most respected shops in US, The Garage Company in Inglewood, CA. Bike has been in many magazines and books which a collector edition comes with the bike.

100% professional build not a pieced together bike. No issues. Needs nothing, rock solid ride anywhere.

This bike was meticulously built to look like a late 30’s early 40’s Harley and mechanically is perfect and motor and trans were rebuilt about 800 miles ago by famous racer and mechanic Sunny Nutter (google him). It is a one kicker and can be ridden anywhere, anytime and drives beautifully at 70 MPH on the freeways of So Cal.

I just sold a 1947 Velocette here with perfect feedback so buy with confidence. Everything works and clean CA title with current tags and registered as a 1973 Triumph T140V.

Bike cost $15,000 to build and you can own it for half of that. I am only selling as I purchased a bike I have been searching for for many years. A 1954 Harley.

Motor and Trans serviced and professionally detailed for the new owner.

Garage Co. Bikes rarely change hands I am the 3rd owner since the early 90’s and purchased from a Mechanic at the Garage Company.

Motor and upper frame numbers original, rear swing arm section upgraded rare and highly desirable late 60's bolt on Amen Savior plunger rear section. The addition of the Amen Plunger lengthened the bike and at the same time lowered it which not only makes it very awesome looking but extremely stable and smooth while riding at all speed ranges

Dual Amal 930 carbs, custom made flying W bars and dual fishtail exhaust hand built by Kiyo. Sparx battery eliminator system and all electronics work perfect. Original 1960's Wassell tank, Harley Waffle (Coke Bottle) Grips and Avon speedmaster front tire, new stainless laces on Vintage rear hub.

Mechanically 10 out of 10 and cosmetically 9 out of 10 due to a few rock chips here and there.

$7500 OBO Now $6500 OBO