Wed, 27th Oct 2021 12:00

National Motorcycle Museum

  Lot 31

1962 Triumph Tiger Cub

Sold for £4,025

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: 137 UYO
Frame No: T20 88485
Engine No: T20 88485
CC: 200
MOT: Exempt

  • Part of a private collection amassed over recent years
  • Restored 1962 Tiger Cub supplied with VMCC dating certificate
  • Dry stored for a number of years so will need recommissioning
  • Nice authentic restoration of this popular 200cc single
  • Fitted with period style Avon tyres
  • Supplied with a current V5C and a Haynes manual

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. The Tiger Cub 250cc single was one of their more popular models and was many future enthusiasts first taste of motorcycling.

This nicely restored example was manufactured in Coventry and left the factory on 19th September 1962, bound for dealers Blackwells of Newark according to the VMCC dating certificate. The bike has been dry stored as part of a private collection for the last few years so will need recommissioning before use. It comes fitted with a good pair of Avon period style tyres and a current V5C.

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham
07415 871189


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