I have a 1965 T120C, numbers matching. I am located about one hour north of Sacramento Ca. I am posting this to see if there is any interest in it. It has the original tank, needing paint, 2 into 1 pipe, converted to 3 wire alternator with battery replacement capacitor. I'll get pictures up if there is interest.
The tank needs paint, in primer right now. I believe it was used as a flat track bike, had a fiberglass tank and seat pan on it when I bought it, unfortunately the tank de-laminated and was not repairable. I also believe the compression has been increased from what my leg tells me when I kick it over. The primary has been drilled to make timing with a timing light possible.
If this was my bike and I was trying to get the best price I could get, I would wheel it outside and take a lot of of pictures. A good majority of my pictures would show the complete bike from the ground up and side to side. If I wanted to show the frame and engine numbers, those pictures would be taken as if I was looking directly at them like reading a book. I wouldn't have the only pics I posted that caused potential buyers to have to strain to see details and or not see them at all. Just my worth and here to help.
I have the stock single leading shoe front wheel/tire also, and another rear wheel, the air cleaner covers, a couple extra carbs of unknown origin, a later model tank with new badges...As I said I was just posting to see if there was interest in her. I figured posting a couple pics would at least get a conversation started. I have no control over photobuckets advertising, if there is a better picture posting site I can use I would be happy to be informed of it. When I am finished with the current work I am doing I will get better pictures, at this moment, as I said, I am trying to prepare for stormy weather.
What is your asking price???? There is interest in buying it, so set a price. Are you trying to make it an auction? If you looking for advice to determine its value, for that we would need pictures, including the frame and engine #'s. Why so cagey about posting a price?
1967 A65 Lightning 1967 Triumph T20 Mountain Cub 1967 Moto Guzzi V7 1969 B44 Victor Special 1966? Royal Enfield Interceptor
if there is a better picture posting site I can use I would be happy to be informed of it. When I am finished with the current work I am doing I will get better pictures, at this moment, as I said, I am trying to prepare for stormy weather.Ratt
post the pictures in a "fake" Craigslist ad. this will provide free linkable hosted photos. .. with no ads
They started with that type front brake in 68 I believe.
'68 was a one-year-only configuration that had the cable exiting the hub horizontally, and looping back/up to the handlebar. The front fender would snag the cable on heavy braking / fork compression, and lock up the front wheel, typically tossing the bike down the road.
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http://www.picturetrail.com/gid24790668 Here are the engine/frame numbers. Hopefully I can get her outside and cleaned up tomorrow, sorry for the delays, the weather has been uncooperative. If anyone has more information about which version of T120C this is it would be appreciated.