The model "CTT" first appeared at the end of the '20-s, which was Triumph's top of the range sports motorcycle at that time. Today the CTT is a rare, very interesting model regarding prewar Triumphs.
This Triumph CTT is a nice older restoration, has Swedish history. It is a highly original bike, originally equipped with Bosch magdyno, Bosch headlamp and switch, steering damper; and also with a rare Amal handlebar (with "built-in" levers).
The petrol tank is correctly painted with the characteristic light blue and black colour combination.
The Triumph is in a good running condition, the engine (with two ports, open valves) has plenty of power. This honest bike has correct engine and frame numbers for the year 1930.
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