1967 Triumph T120R
Frame no. T120RDU61100
Engine no. T120RDU61100
There's little argument that a late-1960s Triumph Bonneville is one of the best-looking Britbikes ever made, with just-right proportions and a jaunty, let's-go-riding attitude. Original and unrestored examples of the classic T120R are a very rare find nowadays, with many bikes back in the era being bobbed, chopped or café-raced as owners sought to make the machines their own. The Pierce family T120 Bonnie, having covered just 5716 miles from new, appears to be virtually as-delivered, including a factory warning sticker on the glass of its 150-mph Smiths speedometer.
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