1967 Triumph Bonneville T120R
Classic British Bike
1967 Triumph Bonneville T120R -
All Original - 14,476 Original Miles - Collector's Motorcycle -
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First offered in 1959, the Triumph Bonneville T120 was produced through 1975 and increased in popularity as the years went on. The '67 model we are excited to offer for your consideration is a beautiful example of an unmodified and low mileage Bonneville built in about the middle of the production run. Triumph kept a pretty simple formula throughout the production of the Bonneville series, and these nimble bikes have now become collectors items. The parallel-twin engine layout with a pair of Amal Carburetors produced ample power for the bike, and a 4 speed gearbox ensured that the engine wasn't wound up at high RPM's when cruising.
This Bonneville is in great original condition. The condition shows that this bike was very well cared for over in the 52 years since it left the factory. The chrome trim throughout the bike has a nice shine to it, the seat still displays the famous 'Triumph' logo, and the frame is finished in simple black paint. The fuel tank is split in two colors on either side of the Triumph logo; burgundy metallic and gold metallic with a swooping pinstripe wrapping around. Other than the tank, the other trim is finished in chrome, or black.
This handsome bike offers simple styling, plenty of chrome trim to polish, and a classic color combination, all in a tidy package. This collector bike is in great original condition, sure to fit in with other collector cars or motorcycles. Heck, we'd even consider parking it in the house - with the significant other's approval of course. Move those trendy wood signs and furniture out of the way to make room for a classic British bike! Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.