1967 Triumph Daytona T100R

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This 1967 Triumph Daytona T100R was acquired by the seller in 2015 and has since been refinished in Alaska White and Pacific Blue as part of a refurbishment in 2017 and 2018. Power is from a replacement 490cc parallel twin paired with a unit four-speed manual transmission, and the bike features a repainted frame and side covers, a stock seat, and rebuilt Amal carburetors. This T100R is offered with its removed stock engine, recent service records, and a clean Ohio title in the seller’s name.

1967 Triumph Daytona T100R

The fuel tank and fenders are said to have been refinished in Alaska White and Pacific Blue with gold pinstriping by Paul Dalton of Cafe Classics in Texas using paint supplied by Don Hutchinson in Massachusetts. The frame and side covers were refinished in black by the seller.

1967 Triumph Daytona T100R

The bike features a stock seat with a faded Triumph logo on the rear. Chrome wire-spoke wheels wear Continental tires, and braking is from a single drum at the front. The fork was serviced during the refurbishment according to a handwritten summary in the gallery. The rear shocks are also said to have been replaced as part of the refurbishment.

1967 Triumph Daytona T100R

Instrumentation includes an ammeter built into the headlight bucket, a tachometer, and a 125-mph speedometer which shows approximately 12k miles on its five-digit odometer. Total mileage is unknown.

1967 Triumph Daytona T100R

The replacement air-cooled 490cc parallel twin is said to have been bored 0.30″ over and fitted with new pistons and rings by Triumph specialist Jason Cole in Kentucky, who reportedly also replaced the main bearings and crank seals. The cylinder heads were sent to Morrie’s Place in Ringwood, Illinois, for an overhaul that included new valves and guides. The dual Amal carburetors were also rebuilt but are described by the seller as finicky on occasion. The exhaust system is said to be new including the mufflers.

The engine is shown running in the walk-around video above. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a four-speed transmission which is shifted on the right and turns a new drive chain and sprockets on the left. The removed stock engine and several recent refurbishment records are included in the sale.

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