2004 Triumph Bonneville on 2040-motos
Triumph Bonneville description
Selling my 2004 Triumph Bonneville Black Cafe Racer. This is the most amazing motorcycle I have ever owned. This motorcycle started out as a basic Triumph Bonneville. I have modified it as I have always been pretty obsessed with Cafe Racers.
Things to note: I did not get the carbs rejetted when I put on the '60s era bullet mufflers so it does back fire just a bit when decelerating but I have always rather liked that. I am including the original pipes in the auction in case you want to take it back to original. I did remove the
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This is a true English original made in Hinkley, England. I have taken it to bike shows and it always draws a crowd.
Please ask any questions before you bid. I am happy to send interested parties a video of it starting and running.
Winning of this auction to pay $500 at auction's end within 24 hours. Balance to be paid when the bike is picked - cash or certified bank check accepted. Local pickup only but will certainly work with you if you want to arrange a shipping service.
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