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1972 Triumph Trident 750 T150V For Sale #532079
03/09/14 4:13 pm
03/09/14 4:13 pm
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New Hampshier USA
MikeG Offline OP

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I've had yet another folly, and this old girl has to go to make room in my garage. 1972 T150V, second owner, clear title in hand, 15,200 miles. All numbers match, no evidence of any crash damage ever, starts first kick, runs on all three just like clockwork. 165 lbs. in all three holes. No funny noises, just sweet triple sound. Clutch and 5 speed trans function properly, smooth engagement. The original points breaker plate and advance unit is in place, in great shape, no butchered screws, etc. Chrome looks great, original seat cover with no rips/cracks, seat pan is rust free. Stanchion tubes have a bit of pitting, may need replacement, but perhaps new seals would be worth a try first. Tires are 90% tread left on front, 75% rear, not old/cracked. Air filter housing is complete and in great shape, I had it off to clean the carbs, it needs a new element. The fuel tank is amazingly rust free inside. A survivor bike that was owned/maintained and cared for by an enthusiast. PM me with any questions, include your phone number and I'd be happy to call and answer all your questions. Located in New Hampshire. $5500
































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Last edited by MikeG; 03/09/14 4:22 pm.

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Re: 1972 Triumph Trident 750 T150V For Sale [Re: MikeG] #532289
03/10/14 10:23 pm
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Beautiful bike! Nice pictures too. Good luck with the sale.


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