Price reduced: By the standards of the day, T100’s were acceptably quick, reliable and comfortable. A Motorcycle magazine tested the new Triumph T100C in 1968 and recorded a 14.9 second standing quarter at a shade under 90mph, concluding that it had close to the performance of a Bonneville yet could be whipped around like a lightweight. Even the electrics came in for praise. This bike is very original and has been well cared for. The tank has been repainted at some time to very close to the original Aquamarine. Petrol tank has also been lined with a sealer. The original chrome is in excellent condition. Bike does have the “bash ” plate but is not installed. Odometer show less than 8,000 miles. Top end of the engine was freshened up and engine number matched the frame number. The owner has a valid Yukon title or ownership and bike is now located in Parksville BC on Vancouver Island.