Ron and Rich getting ready to install a customers engine. The drive side bearing seized , it has since been machined and now being re-installed. More photos coming soon.
We are consigning this gorgeous 1972 Triumph T120R Bonneville. This bike is in original stock condition and is an oil tight one-kick starter. Titled and ready to ride. Yours for $5675.
Turned out a very tidy 1978 Triumph T140E this week. This bike came in as a roller and required extensive assembly. It's maiden voyage may be in the company of a whole bunch of other vintage bikes on Bob Ohman's annual "Old Bike Ride" this weekend.
One of our good customers is selling his 1977 Triumph TR7RV
This is a Triumph T100 that was brought into the shop to finish a restoration started several years ago. One small problem was that the engine went missing , and so a builder engine was sourced from our inventory and completely overhauled. It is shown.
This bike is a shop build that was completed to order for a customer. 1969 Triumph Bonneville T120R. Started out as a budget build, but finished with nice detail. I call it the "T120RC" because of the early-60s upswept exhaust. Started on the first kick today and got it's first 2 miles on the clock. Brrr...
The retail counter is finished and Old World Bikes Ltd is busy getting the inventory checked in and put away. Commonly needed parts and accessories are now available with more arriving daily.
We had this great 1973 Triumph Bonneville T140V in for service this past week. This is a nice, original example of the model. Early T140s are some of the best of the breed and make great daily riders. They are plentiful and the prices are still within reach of entry-level vintage British motorcycle enthusiasts. In our opinion, the right-shift T140s are great bikes, with decent suspension, great handling characteristics, plenty of power and true Meriden pedigree