This is the best running/looking Triumph I've personally built and owned. Matching numbers bike which was in great condition when I started. Wheels powder coated w/s.s. spokes/nipples installed. New rotors, rebuilt calipers. Front fender cut and relocated on brackets, lower bracket removed and fork mounting tabs removed-then polished. Norton fork boots installed for that Rocker 60's look. S.S. braded break lines. Rear sprocket powder coated w/O-ring chain. Rear chain guard cut. Frame stripped, molded welds, painted to match. Horn and ziner relocated out of sight. Rear foot pegs removed and support removed from frame. Corbin café seat w/weave panel, added tail light, cut rear fender and welded all holes. Custom paint and Custom made checker decals all under clear. Tank knee pads from 69 T. Body side covers discarded, custom aluminum louvered fill panels added, stock secondary panel welded holes, finished. Handle bars from 69 T, new throttle control w/2 cable instead of one for vintage look. New grips, bar mirror. Horn and high beam switch of 69T type. Engine rebuilt, bored +.020 w/slightly bumped pistons, black diamond valves and Nascar valve guides. New Amal carburetors, oil pump, clutch, clutch plates and aluminum pressure plate, clutch spring, gaskets etc. Boyer electronic ignition. No air filters but fitted w/velocity stacks. Head has welded exhaust pipe spickets so a single left and right pip can be fitted w/o cross over. Megaphone exhaust w/baffles optional. Starts 1-2 kicks even after stored all winter, no leaks, runs and shifts great, paint perfect with no orange peel. The drag tac is electronic, but is not working. Tires are old and should be replaced.