The Triumph Tridents are fast becoming a collectible model that is also very usable for highway and track use. Hagerty Insurance estimated the value will increase by at least 20%. this year. Look what has happened to the Triumph X75 Hurricane prices in the last 2 years.
Manufactured September 1973. which is a 1974 Triumph model year. Matching numbers, original and unrestored, 5-speed gearbox, all original GKN fasteners, original factory paint on the gas tank, original seat, and mudguards.
Improvements, new wiring harness, new ignition coils, Boyer electronic ignition, an uprated master cylinder on the front brake, front forks rebuilt, new rear brake shoes, new silencers, original Amals bored and sleeved, the top end of engine rebuilt, no smoke. Miles are more than indicated as the speedo was replaced the speedometer, estimated 10-15k miles
This is an amazing original Trident, very light patina due to being 48 years old, slight scratch on the front of the front mudguard is the only thing worthy of mention.
The bike needs nothing, has collector status in BC.
Located in Williams Lake and the owner willing to transport the bike to Vancouver in a covered trailer at his expense.
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