Triumph 1926 Model Q in outstanding condition
Fitted rare electric lighting kit
Just had tank painted plus mudguards and frame parts
New nickel plating to various parts
Box file full of paperwork, bills etc
Winner of Levis Trial Cup 2015
Runs really well
Must be seen
Can deliver depending where .....
Triumph’s 500cc machines were high and somewhat difficult for a lightly built person to mount and handle, thus Triumph decided to manufacture something more suitable, the Model LW (Light Weight) The Model LW, also known as the Junior, and nicknamed the ‘Baby’ – for it was the baby of Triumph’s .....
First registered on the 1st of February 1921.This tidy Vintage Triumph has come to us from Essex where the last gentleman had owned it since 2011. The machine benefits from having had the magneto overhauled in 2016 (invoice to hand). The bike is eligable for VMCC Vintage class events such as the Banbury .....
This is probably one of the best outfits for it's year you will ever see. The bike is used regularly, starts and runs superbly and is as original as you will ever find. It is coupled to a Swallow Hurlingham A8 single seater sidecar with dicky seat, fitted onto a Swallow "Comfort" chassis. This bike .....
Welcome to our second auction of 2019.
The vehicle listed here will be offered for auction on Saturday March 23rd.
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First registered on the 20th of February 1924, this popular vintage machine was sold previously by us to a customer in Wales in 2013. Prior to coming to us the first time this attractive bike had spent at least 35 years of its life in Fife, Scotland, some of them with a garage owner. Presented here .....
This attractive vintage class motorcycle has been in the hands of the last Lancashire owner since at least the late 1990's & will make a pleasant Banbury Run machine. She rode nicely on our road test, see report below. Comes with older V5 & V5C; as well as the latest DVLA V5C registration document, .....
1924 Triumph SD 550cc
Documents: British V5C registration
- VMCC registered, original registration number
- matching engine, frame and gearbox numbers
- period Lucas headlamp, magneto-dynamo, 4 position switch box, bulb horn
- original Brooks seat, Brooks toolboxes (with original leather covers)
Estimate £7,000 - £9,000
This motor bike will be auctioned at the Philip Serrell sale in Malvern on Thursday, 7th March 2019, commencing at 10.30am, (subject to 12% inclusive buyer's premium and terms and conditions)
Here is a 1929 Triumph CN500 restoration project for sale.
I bought the bike with all the best intentions of restoring it but haven't got very far, not enough time and too many other projects getting in the way, so it's got to go.
The engine, primary drive and gearbox were all intact but it obviously .....
Engine type: 4-stroke / sv
Frame number: 925040
Engine number: 223999 DOR
Triumph continued its existing model range after WWI, capitalising on the reputation for quality and reliability that its products had acquired .....