1964 Triumph Bonneville bobber, with weld-on hardtail. Engine and frame numbers are matching. New Amal 930 carburetors, new Michelin Commander II tires, new drive chain, new wiring, new final drive and primary sprocket, geared 43 tooth in the rear and 20 tooth on the drive gear to lower the rpms on the freeway. New throttle cables, Boyer electronic ignition, English Amal style grips, fork tubes, kill switch, high/low beam/horn switch, fork gaiters(USA made through Classic British Spares, not cheap overseas kind), new Biltwell seat, new La Rosa seat shock, new handlebar bushings, new head and rocker gaskets, pushrod tube gaskets, new AGM battery, Barnett clutch cable, and new clutch. All oil and fuel lines are new, petcocks are also new. I run this bike regularly, the best Triumph I have owned out of four I have owned over the years. Feel free to ask if you have any questions, I know this bike inside and out. If you know vintage bikes, you know how much time and money it takes to get a bike to the level of a strong runner. Out of four 60s Triumphs I have owned over the last 30 years, this one always brings a smile to my face.
Ventura, California, United States