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1977 Triumph Bonneville 750cc on 2040-motos

US $6,800.00
YearYear:1977 MileageMileage:14800

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US

Colorado Springs, Colorado, US
1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 1

Triumph Bonneville photos

1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 2 1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 3 1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 4 1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 5 1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 6 1977 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 750cc, US $6,800.00, image 7

Triumph Bonneville tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:T140VXP80571

Triumph Bonneville description

1977 Triumph Bonneville 750cc - matching serial #'s and clear title. The best of old and new on this classic bike - over $10K invested!!  Runs perfectly!!! Super clean as shown in pictures – always garage kept and covered.  New paint on gas tank, side covers, headlight cover, and chain guard.  No dings or scratches.  Here are just some of new parts: western style handlebars, round mirrors, grips, rubber, tachometer, speedometer, halogen headlight, café style seat, fork gators, tires, spoke wheels, Amal carbs, air filters, license plate bracket, front fender, battery, coils, tail light lens, gas cap, gas tank knee pads, throttle/brake cables.  All turn signals/high low beam switches/lights removed with the exception of head light and tail light to give the bike a sleek, clean look. No spare parts available.  Will include $125 British bike cover.  Most work completed by Bonneville Shop. Buyer responsible for all transportation costs from point of purchase - Colorado Springs, CO. BUYER MUST SEND CERTIFIED CHECK OR PERSONAL CHECK FOR FULL PURCHASE AMOUNT WITHIN 7 BUSINESS DAYS OF BID CLOSING.  CHECK MUST CLEAR BANK BEFORE BIKE IS PICKED UP. SELLER WILL NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL PAYMENT. Absolutely no international sales/bids accepted. No returns or warranties on bike. Bike sold as it. 

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Tue, 27 Nov 2012

There is lots of shiny new metal on show at Motorcyclelive this year but for me it’s the new Triumph Daytona 675 that steals the show.  We’ve been starved of brand new models in the Supersports segment for years but for me the latest Trumpet has made the wait worthwhile. And if its performance matches its looks then I reckon the 2013 bike of the year is a foregone conclusion.  The sleek curvy nose contrasts perfectly with the more pointy angular rear end and new side mounted silencer. It is lighter, more powerful and revs harder with much work on on mass centralisation to further improve handling.  Few of us have a whole lot of spare cash these days but £8899 for the standard model seems a fair price for such an awesome bike. That said I’d have to consider selling the granny and granddad to find the extra £1700 for the 675R.  Available early next year, and surely the perfect all round track day tool, this beauty comes with upgraded suspension, brakes, ABS, a quickshifter and some nice carbon detailing. The white 675R on display at the show looked even better in the flesh than previous images I’d seen so be careful or you might find yourself handing over a deposit. With no money left from the Triumph stand you’ll need your six special numbers to come up for my second favourite show item the AGV Pista GP Project 46. Although road legal this extremely light, full carbon helmet is designed especially for racing with a huge field of vision, extensive ventilation and superb ergonomics. It also comes with earplugs which suggests there may be some compromise in the noise department but it is still an incredible piece of engineering. At £799, this special Pista is also an incredible price but there will only be one hundred available and Raceways Yamaha reckon they are going fast.        

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Fri, 27 Dec 2013

The Triumph Bonneville is the popular choice when it comes to flat tracking, but maybe it’s time to rethink that decision. German Triumph dealer Motocorner thinks so, anyway. Their flat tracker of choice?

Filling a void with an RD350LC

Mon, 29 Jul 2013

Last winter I managed to fill a void in my life when I stumbled on a very reasonably priced Yamaha RD350LC.  It was a tad scruffy, had the wrong exhausts but most importantly it was blue and white with all numbers matching.  I had the usual euphoria when the deal was done but I underestimated how much pleasure this particular purchase would continue to deliver another eight months down the line. The difference with this old bike is, instead of just taking it for the occasional ride I was talked into doing a full nut and bolt restoration.  Having never taking a bike apart completely before, initially it was quite daunting but I soon found the RD is easy to work on so it turned into a truly satisfying experience.  I’ve had some help from LC enthusiasts with the rebuild, however, the stripping, sourcing and organising was a total labour of love.  And call me sad but it has made me bond with this bike like no other which only adds to the feel good factor.  The bike cost £1800 and I’ve spent around £1000 but I reckon my mint Elsie is now worth a fair bit more.   I fancy rejuvenating a Fizzy  next time but there’s lots of other cheap 70’s and 80’s winter projects  out there so why not have a go yourself?

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