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This bike was manufactured in 1961 & was taken to France in 1967 spent many years there, covering approx 12,000 km, I am still in regular contact with the owner from 1991 until 2007. The Bonnie was brought back to The UK in the early 2007 when it was then rebuilt to an extremely high standard by a Professional Engineer. This restoration was completed 2012, since then it has completed approximately 1,500 miles.
There are some period features on the bike such as 19” Dunlop alloy rims and a modified front brake plate to twin leading shoe operation
This is a reliable well sorted example of the most highly sought-after version of The Bonneville.
Matching numbers, with TOMCC certificate. Recently fettled to perfection and it shows: first kick starting and easy idling from a smooth powerful smoke-free engine. These are rare models of course.....
This Bobber was built by myself.(im an engineer) Originally a 1971 OIF that i bought and rode in the USA. I bought in Cape Cod in 1997 did a part restoration,and rode it stock there (Florida) until.....
In 2006, the celebrated British fashion designer Paul Smith personally designed a signature series of the classic Triumph Bonneville T100, nine of which were customised with individual paint schemes.....
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