Wed, 27th Oct 2021 12:00

National Motorcycle Museum

  Lot 27

1958 Triumph Bonneville T120 Evocation

Sold for £6,670

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: LVS 405
Frame No: T120-019624
Engine No: T120-019624
MOT: Exempt

  • Part of a private collection amassed over recent years
  • Well put together T120 Bonnie Replica based on a '58 Thunderbird
  • Twin carb alloy head, Lucas Competition Magneto and TT100 Tyres
  • Smiths Chronometric 140MPH Speedo and 10,000 RPM Tachometer
  • Dry stored for a few years and so will need some recommissioning
  • Supplied with a current V5C, old MOTs and a VMCC dating letter

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made their first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. The T120 Bonneville is now one of the most sought after bikes of the era and can command five figure sums auction but faithful replicas can be built to satisfy that demand.

This very well put together Bonneville replica is based on a 1958 Thunderbird and comes fitted with a twin carb alloy head sporting a pair of handed Amal carbs and a Lucas Competition magneto. The instruments are Smiths Chronometrics with a 140 MPH speedo and a rev counter that reads up to 10,000 RPM, tyres are Dunlop TT100s. Dry stored in a private collection for a number of years it has been run recently but will require further recommissioning before use. It is supplied together with a current V5C, a VMCC dating letter and a few old MOTs between 2006 and 2015.

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham
07415 871189


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