Tiger Daytona T100R
The Triumph Tiger Daytona 500cc motorcycle was developed in 1966. The “Daytona” name was derived from Triumph wins in 1966 and 1967 at the Daytona 200 motorcycle races.
This 500cc Triumph T100R is offered by the second owner. It is an original, well preserved unrestored survivor. The original Sherbourne green and Alaskan white tank paint is original and in superb condition. The original Pennsylvania inspection stickers on the rear fender and service stickers on the underside of the seat have not been removed maintaining the bike's historical background. Included is the original purchase invoice from November 1966. The correct frame and engine casing numbers indicate it is one of the early production 1967 Daytona Tigers built in late 1966. Thus, this transition year Triumph Tiger Daytona came from the factory with a single carburetor.
Owner believes mileage to be original showing 12,245 on odometer. the bike starts easily, runs and handles great and has the classic Triumph sound. The wire harness, spark plugs, air filter, fluids and tires are new. A recent tuning and adjustments were done by a professional vintage motorcycle mechanic. The original English made spark plugs, an extra set of new plugs and points and Service-Repair manual are included.
This fine original, road worthy 60s era Triumph motorcycle will fit nicely in any vintage collection and needs nothing.
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- Body Or Basic Color
- Green & Ivory
- Auto Model Name
- Tiger Daytona T100R
- Center Console