1970 Triumph T100C Trophy. Rare and Desirable 500cc High Pipe model. Complete professional restoration by Marque expert Gerard Thurein. The matching numbers frame was powdercoated Gloss black by North American Powdercoating. The numbers matching engine and transmission were completely rebuilt, bored .040 over, and all machine work was performed by Jimmy Nichols. The gead was rebuilt by Leroy Turner. It has a new wiring Harness and a Boyer electronic ignition system. The Stainless rims are laced with stainless spokes and shod with Dunlop K70 tires. The carb is a correct 930 Amal.
Stainless fenders and hand machined fasteners were installed for added detail. The Factory Regal Purple paint was professionally laid out by Ed Carlson of “Carlsons Creations.” The tank was sealed and has never had fuel in it. The correct chrome 2 into 1 Pipes have never been blued. This bike was ran on a chassis dyno with external fuel tank and different pipes so that it could remain in #1 condition. Battery is fully charged, just add fuel, check oil levels, and its ready to ride.
Stunning machine with no detail overlooked.