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1972 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120 CUSTOM CHOPPER


$11,500

THE STORY

The Triumph T120 was produced by Triumph Engineering between 1959 and 1975 and was the first model in the Bonneville series.

Producing 46 HP, the engines were air cooled 650cc parallel-twins with a top speed of 174 kmph. Five-speed gear boxes were introduced in 1972.

A T120 was used as the bike of the character Sirius Black in "Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone"

THE BIKE

This is a beautiful, highly customised and detailed Bonneville T120 finished in metal flake orange and black with white pinstriping and gold metal embellishments.

The engine is the original 650cc Triumph unit with twin Amal carburettors that has been highly detailed.

The rider's seat is black suede and the white handle grips are brand new.

There is an elaborate custom exhaust system, custom fuel tank, Maltese Cross rear view mirrors, "STOP" tail-light and the bike sits on white-wall tyres.

A rolling work of art.

SPECIFICS

BODY: Solo

ENGINE: 650cc Parallel-Twin, Air-Cooled

FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM: Twin Amal Carburettor

TRANSMISSION: 5-Speed Manual

BRAKES:  Internal Expanding Drum/Drum

PAINT:  Orange & Black

TRIM: Black Suede

VIN:  T120VHG60895

CONDITION: Excellent

MILEAGE: 10