Jack Pine Cycle is proud to present this outstanding example of a 1967 T120R Bonneville, restored to factory-correct concours condition. A properly restored Triumph motorcycle, as in this case, has been completely disassembled down to every last nut & bolt, and every part has either been painted, powder-coated, plated, polished, repaired, or replaced. We use NOS British parts wherever possible, current Made-in-UK parts in many cases, and good Made-in-Asia parts only when the quality and accuracy exceeds everything else available. This bike has been re-assembled as it came from the factory, with few notable exceptions, and features the following: - Engine disassembled, cases degreased & bead blasted to correct finish, sludge trap cleaned, new bushings, bearings, pistons, rings, valves, guides, clutch basket & plates, rotor/stator, primary chain, & gaskets. All other internal parts degreased, cleaned, & replaced as necessary. - All black parts powder coated, many chrome parts re-plated including original Amal components, controls & Lucas headland, all hardware cadmium plated, all aluminum parts hand polished. - Paint is the correct Aubergine and Alaskan White, hand-striped by Don Hutchinson Cycle and featuring a correct "World Speed Record" and many other waterslide decals. Tank badges were also repainted according to the originals which featured a plain chrome "shelf" on top of the letters, with paint subtly seeping into the seam. - Original Smiths speedometer rebuilt by Nisonger Instruments of New York - Many rare, original parts adorn this bike, including correct brown bakelite kill switch, NOS bakelite Champion WC548 plug caps, Bradley shock absorber bolts, Amal alloy throttle with proper cable adjusters, Dunlop rims, cad-plated shock spring clips, cad-plated rim locks with leather washers, and more. - A correct seat cover has been fitted, including correct black textured trim, and the rarely-seem correct gold 1967 Triumph logo has been affixed. - Electric components have been replaced or restored, including a proper cloth-wrapped wiring harness, Lucas & tail lamp assembly with L679 lens, Lucas tail-lamp switch, horn/dip switch, headland switches & bulbs. - All rubber parts have been replaced with factory-correct reproductions, including rare "houndstooth" oil lines, footpads with proper Triumph logo, and Grand Turismo grips. - Exhaustive list of other parts replaced, including two new Amal Monobloc carburetors, new drive chain, cables, speed drive, brake, wheel bearings & stainless spokes, air cleaner assemblies, petcocks, and fuel line assembly. - The bike was reassembled according to factory specs, with nuts & bolts properly oriented, wiring/hoses routed properly, using John Bull-type rubber & flexible alloy ties throughout. There are very few 1967 Triumph T120R Bonnevilles which have been restored and tuned to this exacting level of detail. Thank you for looking, and please ask any & all questions. $5,000 deposit due within 48 hours of auction end. Payment may be made via Cashiers Check or wire transfer. Seller retains right to end the auction early and sell locally. Shipping is the sole responsibility of the buyer. While in-person inspection is welcome, test-rides are not. Thanks again.