Triumph Daytona – 1968 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Triumph
Year : 1968
Triumph Daytona – 1968
Engine Size: 500
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start
Restored 1968 Triumph Daytona Motorcycle.
The engine was completely rebuilt including new bearings, pistons, rings, fresh bores, valves, valve springs and valve guides.
The wheels were rebuilt with new bearings.
New chains (both primary and drive chain) were fitted.
The fasteners were cadmium plated.
The carburettors were rebuilt.
The forks were rebuilt with new fork tubes, fork bushings, fork seal holders and seals.
Fork gaiters were fitted.
The hardware for the triple clamps was chrome plated.
New exhaust pipes and mufflers were sourced from England.
Buchanan stainless spokes were laced to “Made in England” rims.
New paint was professionally applied.
A new seat cover was used.
The frame and many other parts were powder coated black plus clear coat.
The speedometer and tachometer cases were cleaned, painted and fitted with new bezels.
An excellent restored Triumph Daytona Motorcycle.
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