1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767

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Lot 329
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton
Registration no. 214 BGY Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767

Sold for £ 4,370 (US$ 5,994) inc. premium
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton
Registration no. 214 BGY
Frame no. 93096
Engine no. 6T 08767
This Triton was bought in 2000 as a restoration project consisting of a 1961 ES2 frame, cycle parts and gearbox, and a 1957 Triumph 6T engine. The rebuild was undertaken by the vendor, a former Concorde flight engineer, with considerable additional input from Dresda Triton guru, Dave Degens, who converted the frame to Norton Manx specification. Pivoting on roller bearings, the box-section swinging arm is a Dresda part that enables a larger-than-standard rear tyre to be accommodated, while other special Dredsa components include the fuel tank, central oil tank, mudguards, seat, engine plates, exhaust pipes, and magnesium-alloy front brake.

The Triumph engine was rebuilt with a dynamically balanced crankshaft; new bottom-end bearings throughout; +0.060" pistons; E3134 cams; lightened timing gears; and a Dresda-modified timing-cover breather outlet. It has a 9-stud Bonneville cylinder head fitted with new valves/guides/springs and a Dresda-modified rocker oil supply. Other noteworthy features include a Tony Hayward belt primary drive; electronic ignition; and a Boyer solid-state power box. Two pairs of clip-on handlebars - standard and Dresda swan-neck - are included in the sale. Kept in dehumidified storage for the last ten years and checked over annually, this gorgeous Triton is offered with a V5C document, MoT to March 2017, and a file of all bills, photographs and other paperwork accumulated since its purchase in 2000.
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1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
1967 Dresda 650cc Triton Frame no. 93096 Engine no. 6T 08767
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