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1908 Triumph 1908 3&1/2hp

Sale price: $US 20,000.00 
Last update: 28.01.2020
Motorcycle location: Nelson, New Zealand  Nelson, New Zealand
For sale by: Private Seller

Technical specifications, photos and description:


Condition:Used
Year:1908
Mileage:999
Model:1908 3&1/2hp
Sub Model (Optional):500cc
Engine Size (cc):500
Exterior Color:Original
Vehicle Title:Clear
Manufacturer:Triumph
Type:Roadster
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
:“Original ride ready condition. Was running when hung off the showroom ceiling about 8 years ago. Triumph’s 1908 Roadster represented a development of the 1906 model, on which the renowned rocking front forks were introduced.In 1907, the engine’s capacity was increased to 453cc and rated at 3½hp but it was available only with magneto ignition. At the first Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race in 1907, Jack Marshall and Frank Hulbert finished second and third, respectively, in the single cylinder class on Triumphs. In 1908 the engine capacity was increased again to 476cc, while still rated at 3½hp. This 1908 Roadster features acetylene lighting and was originally sold new into the Wairarapa farming community in the lower North Island of New Zealand.”
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Original ride ready condition. 
Was running when hung off the showroom ceiling about 8 years ago. 
Triumph’s 1908 Roadster represented a development of the 1906 model, on which the renowned rocking front forks were introduced.In 1907, the engine’s capacity was increased to 453cc and rated at 3½hp but it was available only with magneto ignition. At the first Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race in 1907, Jack Marshall and Frank Hulbert finished second and third, respectively, in the single cylinder class on Triumphs. In 1908 the engine capacity was increased again to 476cc, while still rated at 3½hp.This 1908 Roadster features acetylene lighting and was originally sold new into the Wairarapa farming community in the lower North Island of New Zealand.
Your chance to own a real slice of motorcycling history. They don't make them like this anymore...
To ship this item from Nelson, New Zealand to the port of Los Angeles would be approximately USD$750.00. There would be documentation, filing and importation fees to have it released from the port. Best to enquire what these might be with your own agent.
I
just wanted to say that this 1908 Triumph is absolutely beautiful!!!!
What a gem of a motorcycle!!! Best of luck with your sale - if I could
afford it I would definitely bid on it!

Very respectfully,

David FNY - USA

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