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1969 Triumph Trophy T100C

Modifications were the oil filter,pressure guage, and went up to a 19 tooth gear sprocket,low pipes instead of the high ones and changed the tank color. West Coast Competition model made in January 1969. Engine rebuild just completed, also a Thanks to Dave at Classic Cycles LTD Baptistown, NJ ( ***the pressure guage works great,was inexpensive,easy install and eliminates any guessing or malfunction of the original light.
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Very nice!
I always thought the 500 Triumph was the prettiest, best proportioned, Brit bike ever built.

Keep your head up and your stick on the ice.

72 T120V cafe project "Mr. Jim"
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