Triumph Daytona – 1965 Restored Motorcycle

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Triumph Daytona – 1965

Year: 1965
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Daytona
Colour: Green
Engine Size: 500
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1965 Triumph Daytona Motorcycle.

This classic motorcycle was rebuilt from the frame up by its owner.

The frame, swing arm, fork tubes and steering clamps were refinished in High Gloss Black.

The new gas tank and fenders were painted in Green Apple Metallic Pearl.

The cases and covers were polished.

The wheels were completely rebuilt with new spokes and nipples.

A new headlight and gauge assembly was fitted.

The engine was rebuilt with new pistons, rings, pushrods and bearings.

New dual Amal carburettors were fitted.

Electronic ignition was added.

The exhaust system was replaced.

A great restored Triumph Daytona Motorcycle.

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