1967 Triumph T100-C

1967 Triumph Tiger

Make: Triumph
Model: Tiger
Year: 1967
Mileage: 1921
VIN: On Request
Color: Blue
Engine: 500cc
Cylinders: 2
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Newton, New Jersey, United States
Extras
Sunroof
Enquire

Description for Triumph Tiger 1967

This is a 1967 Triumph T100-C with matching serial numbers. For those that don't know the T100-C this was basically a dirt bike... high pipes, single gauge cluster, single carb. The value in this bike is the matching numbers, the paint job and the fact that it runs and you can ride her.
The bike isn't perfect but it starts on the first or second kick and you can ride it. The paint job was done a few years ago by Hutchinson Cycles who specializes in British bike restoration. The bike has been slowly improved over the years with NOS (new old stock) parts wherever possible. Again, its not perfect but there is a clean title and currently registered as historic.
Mileage: There is 1921 on the odometer but the actual mileage is unknown. I believe the odo mileage is from when the engine was rebuilt possible 10-15 years ago.
Tank Notes: The paint is for 73 era with the correct badges. The reason for this was that I could not find a 67 tank so when it was repainted we went with the correct scheme for the tank;s year. This way the tank could be repurposed for an early 70's model if necessary.
Rear Frame Notes: The rear frame isn't likely from a 67 but rather 71-73. I've never found it worth it to replace that rear. There is no serial number on the rear frame that I'm aware of.
Some other notes: Newer tires, new rear shocks, single carb, note that the brake/shift controls are reversed from US bikes of the time period (need to be real careful riding this thing), there is a gear indicator on the crank case, reverse ground (positive chassis), might need a new clutch at some point; or just a clutch cable adjustment. Extra parts, manuals, parts catalog, etc.
Selling because its rarely used and just getting older in the garage and starting to show signs of sitting around. Would make a fine addition to someone's historic bike collection.
More pictures and info upon request.