’70 Triumph T100C. Complete $1300+ service just completed. Tuned, fluids, carb cleaned, new gators and fork seals, new electronic ignition, new custom paint and stripe on tank, etc.

Odometer shows 4200 miles. Purchased in SoCal 2014. Climate controlled garage-kept. TN title in hand. More pics on request. Fantastic bike.

Manufacturer fluff: As a handsome 500cc street scrambler, the 1970 Triumph T100C motorcycle delivered something close to the TR6C Trophy 650’s performance in a more compact and less expensive package. Even with its center stand, the Triumph T100C was a lightweight at about 340 pounds (dry), so 38 horsepower at 7,000 rpm from the single-carburetor 490cc parallel-twin engine let the rider scoot right along. Meanwhile, the 53.5-inch wheelbase ensured the T100C would be nimble; nevertheless, 18-inch wheels and 3.25-inch knobby tires gave a substantial stance.

The Triumph T100C had progressively improved over recent years to include a two-way damped front fork, Lucas 6CA contact breakers, and 12-volt coil ignition. Since 1968, the T100C had used the cylinder head that proceeded from the successful effort to unseat Harley-Davidson in the 1966 Daytona 200. This head had a narrower 78-degree included valve angle and larger intake valve for a small, efficient combustion chamber. A ventilated 7-inch twin-leading-shoe front brake had been incorporated in 1969.

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Originally listed on November 24, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.

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Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States