1963 Triumph 100cc Tina Scooter Project
Registration no. 237 YTU
Frame no. LS14372
Engine no. LS14372
1969 Triumph 100cc T10 Scooter Project
Registration no. NLG 21H
Frame no. TS7860
Engine no. LS25590
'Learn to drive in minutes the AUTOMATIC way! No gears, no clutch: the Triumph T-10 automatic is always in the right gear automatically.' Triumph's advertising certainly went out of its way to ensure that we got the message about the Tina's ease of use. Introduced in 1962, the 'twist-'n-go' Tina was powered by a 100cc two-stroke engine and equipped with variable ratio transmission that employed a 'V' belt and expanding pulley rather like that used by DAF. Renamed 'T-10' in 1965, the Tina remained in production until mid-1970, never having been the success its makers hoped for despite the admirable commuting credentials of a 40mph top speed and 100mpg fuel consumption. Offered for restoration and sold strictly as viewed, each of these Triumph scooters comes with old/current Swansea V5/V5C documents. No reserve.
- We have been unable to locate the frame and engine numbers on these machines.