Property of a deceased’s estate,2004 Triumph 790cc Bonneville T100 Frame no. SMTTJ912TM4193259 Engine no. 194106
Lot 320
Property of a deceased’s estate,2004 Triumph 790cc Bonneville T100
Registration no. GK04 DVW Frame no. SMTTJ912TM4193259 Engine no. 194106
Sold for £3,220 (US$ 5,412) inc. premium
Lot Details
Property of a deceased’s estate
2004 Triumph 790cc Bonneville T100
Registration no. GK04 DVW
Frame no. SMTTJ912TM4193259
Engine no. 194106
Ever since the re-emergence of a newly revitalised Triumph in 1990, enthusiasts had been eagerly waiting the revival of the Bonneville brand, one of the most evocative names in motorcycling history. Ten years would elapse before Triumph felt ready to do so, having by then emphatically established its credentials as a builder of thoroughly modern motorcycles rivalling the best from Japan and Europe. Triumph’s design brief for the new Bonneville was to emulate the classic style of the late 1960s version while incorporating the best of modern technology in the engine, transmission and running gear. The new Bonneville debuted to critical acclaim at Munich in 2001 and before long the concept had been expanded to include cruiser-style Bonneville America, super-sports Thruxton and various other models such as the T100. Acquired by the late (second) owner in March 2005, this Bonneville T100 comes complete with owner’s wallet, handbook and service booklet. The latter has been stamped three times, the most recent occasion being in July 2012 at 7,836 miles. Additional documentation consists of some expired tax discs, Swansea V5C and various invoices, mainly for service parts.
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