1966.Triumph Bonneville T120c Tt
This TT has all the right bits. Signature straight pipes, special cams, big carbs and 11.2:1 compression make it a handful on track or street. I have always run this on 107 octane leaded race fuel. Yes, I have a title and did some street riding.This thing is fast, wild and LOUD! . By far the craziest brit bike I've been on in 35 years of riding. Yet, still a one kick start with the infamous ET ignition system. All major electrical components replaced so it starts runs and stops as it should. Folding foot pegs. No accommodation for battery or lights. No key. No steering lock, but tube still there. Alloy fenders. The Amal carbs are marked 2 66 389/95 and have been rebuilt. The bike still has drilled bolts on the tank, carb etc.