1969 Triumph T120R Bonneville 650
In 1969, the Triumph Bonneville was up against the Japanese invasion of the new Honda CB750 and other multi cylinder motorcycles from the Far East. Try as they may, the British built bikes were destined to go by the way of the dinosaurs as their old school design and technology was decades behind what was being offered by the Japanese brands. In today’s world, the 1969 year model is considered to be one of the most desirable years to own and collect, and the burnt orange and silver color scheme and painted fenders truly represents the bygone era. This very nice example has been completely reconditioned and runs out very well. With only a little over 500 miles showing on the clock, this old girl is ready for many more adventures.
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