Click title/picture for details. offer US $20.00 Used very little Veglia Tachometer that was used on the late 1978 and 1979 on the Triumph but could be used for the Norton BSA. This is a great Rare spare item that reads well without bounce on a test drill unlike many that bounce a great deal of the time. I believe that this is a 4:1 ratio that was common with many manufacturers especially the British. This includes the mounting rubber that was used on the 1975 T160 and the 1979 Bonneville.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $19.99 Vintage BSA Triumph Chopper 16" Rear Wheel & Tire. This is in very good condition including chrome. This came off a BSA chopper but Im sure it will fit a Triumph as well. This is a MT90-16T Carlisle tire that is in like new condition. This comes with the hub for the brakes which is in good condition. This comes with the sprocket for the chain, smiths speedometer drive and axle.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $99.99 Vintage Triumph T-140 crankcases - bottom end 750cc. Crank, rods cams, gears and cases all look good. Cases don't look like they have ever been split. I think that this could be cleaned up and put back into service as is (but that is just my personal opinion).
Click title/picture for details. offer US $89.99 VINTAGE SUPERIOR MUFFLERS THESE WERE MADE IN THE 70'S BY SUPERIOR. THEY WILL FIT ANY TRIUMP NORTON BSA OR ANY SCOOT WITH 1 1/2 EXHAUST PIPE. THESE WERE STORED FOR MANY YEARS BUT ARE FLAWLESS. THESE ARE CALLED REVERSE CONE MEGAPHONE MUFFLERS .These are 18 1/2 inches long and come with straps and clamps.These are wide open and have no baffles which makes a very unique sound...You are bidding on a pair. The straps are not chrome but regular steel!
Click title/picture for details. offer US $99.00 I was just told this was made in the late 60's in California by the Butts Company, and looks to have the orignal metalic gel-coat on it. Here's one you don't see every day. It has BUTTS stamped in the bottom of the tank. It has double petcocks at the rear. I'm selling both together. This is a fiberglass kit. It was pulled off a Triumph race bike in the late 60's. Super rare item. -