Triumph Daytona 500 -1967 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Triumph
Year : 1967
Triumph Daytona 500 -1967
Metallic Paint: No
Model: Daytona Engine Size (cc): 500
Drive type: Chain
Start Type: Kick
Competition success in the USA prompted Triumph to adopt the ‘Daytona Tiger’ name for their top-of-the range sports 500 in 1966.
The twin-carburettor Daytona engine produced 39bhp at 7,400rpm. Dubbed a ‘Bonnie in miniature’ by the motorcycling press, the new sporting middleweight came equipped with the 8″-diameter front brake of its larger sibling, but in a lighter more nimble package.
This is a beautifully restored and very well built 1967 Triumph T100 that was completed in a little over 12 months by a Triumph Enthusiast.
Starting with a 1967 T100C frame, which was powdercoated along with the rest of the cycle parts.
Fitted with a Daytona twin carb 500cc engine.
The engine was rebuilt from the sludge traps and crank up to valves, including new bearings, seals, gaskets, rings, valves.
The gearbox was fully checked and serviced.
A new wiring harness was installed, with a new battery.
New Tyres completed this lovely restoration.
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