Vintage Triumph Motorcycles

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Thursday 28 September 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Leamington Spa Auction Centre

Viewing

Saturday 23rd September – 10am - 2pm,
Tuesday 26th September - 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 27th September – 9am - 7pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

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A rare 1966 Triumph T100C International six day trial 350-500 cc motorcycle, “HUE 254D” listed on page 138 of ‘The Triumph Trophy Bible’. Restoration project. Twin cylinder 350-500 cc engine in modified frame with an original shape frame in the lot, however different frame and engine numbers probably due to frame damage. Comes with original registration book and V5. Estimate £5000-£8000

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A 1970 Triumph Trophy 650 cc ‘OKV 476J’, identical frame and engine numbers, twin L/S front brake, some modifications, in need of restoration. Odometer reading 09242. With V5 Estimate £2500-£4000

Also trays of Triumph and BSA spares and parts for other motorcycles

The selection of items forms a part of our Antiques and Collectors Items’ Sale

The sale is open for viewing
Saturday 23rd September – 10am – 2pm,
Tuesday 26th September – 9am – 5pm
Wednesday 27th September – 9am – 7pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

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