Triumph Tiger 650 – 1970 Restored Motorcycle

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Triumph Tiger 650 – 1970

Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Tiger
Colour: Green
Engine Size: 650
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1970 Triumph Tiger Motorcycle.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt by a Triumph Mechanic.

The paintwork was professionally refinished.

New British rims and Dunlop tyres were used.

The wheels were rebuilt with stainless spokes.

The black parts were sand blasted and powder coated gloss black.

A new Amal carburettor was sourced and fitted.

All of the cables were replaced.

The speedometer and tachometer were professionally rebuilt.

The fuel tank was sealed.

All of the chrome was re-plated.

A new seat cover was fitted.

All of the rubber parts were replaced with new.

A really great restored Triumph Tiger Motorcycle.

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