Lot 1858

Description:

1925 Triumph Model P 500cc
Reg. no. TT 3445
Frame no. 907559
Engine no. 214467
The Model P had a good reputation during WW1 for durability and reliability, so Triumph capitalised by putting it into mass production; at one stage they were building more than 1000 bikes a week! At the time it was the cheapest 500cc motorcycle in production, and consequently very popular as family transport, being quite capable of pulling a sidecar. The bike in the sale is in excellent condition having been restored in 2012, for which there are photographs to support works carried out. The engine was replaced at this time, the original was no. 208859. The bike has been in dry storage for some while, so it will need re-commissioning; TT 3445 is now offered with a current V5c, an older V5 and two large folders of history, information and photographs.

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£8,500-9,500

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