Lot 1916


1966 Triumph T100SS
Reg. no. HDG 4D
Frame no. 43115
Engine no. 43115
The Triumph Tiger 100 was introduced just before the war in 1939 as a bike for sporting enthusiasts, and offered excellent performance, the ‘100’ referring to the claimed top speed. The name was applied to several generations of the twin-cylinder 4-stroke 490cc bike up until 1973. In 1962, the T100SS was introduced. Possessing superior performance over its predecessor the T100A, due to lighter weight, its styling also reflected the tastes of the time as the ‘bathtub’ fairing was removed in 1964, and the headlamp was now a separate chrome item instead of being housed in a nacelle.
This 1966 T100SS has been the subject of a restoration from 1992 onwards; now said by the vendor to be in good all-round condition, it comes with various bills, an old-style V5 and old MOTs.

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£4,500 - 5,000

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