I don't have a whole lot of information on it.
I have owned it for approx. 15 years and it hasn't been ridden in that time.
As a bit of history i've had to rely on Wikipedia. See below...
"The Triumph Tina was a small scooter with a 100 cc two-stroke engine, an automatic transmission, and a handlebar carry basket.
In 1962, despite internal opposition from those who felt it would dilute the macho image of the brand, Triumph introduced a new scooter, designed by Edward Turner, to tap into a strong demand that had been identified by market research for a simple and easy-to-ride "shopping basket" vehicle.
The Tina used a continuously variable transmission (CVT) system with a centrifugal clutch; the system had been patented by Turner and Triumph in May 1959. The engine was mounted on the swingarm
An extensive marketing campaign was carried out, fronted by a pop star of the era, Cliff Richard. The Tina was marketed to women, and advertising focused on the ease of its operation."
The bike is in good condition as can be seen from the photos.
Please feel free to give me a call and i'll try to answer whatever questions I can.
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