Found on Ebay: 1964 Triumph T-100 Tiger
By Landon Hall
This week’s searching led us to something that’s becoming more and more rare: a nice, used Sixties Triumph that hasn’t been fully restored.
This 1964 Triumph T-100 has matching numbers, and though the engine and the transmission have been rebuilt, it still wears the orignal paint it left the factory with. The bike wears new front forks and seals, new rear shocks, a new seat and more.
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Triumph Troubles Q and A
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