COMMENTS: This Triumph was restored to the customer's desires. Restoration included striping all old paint and painting everything including several previously chromed pieces such as the front fork legs, headlight ears & engine mounting plates. The front fenders were repaired. Installed were new petcocks, new gasoline tank cap, headlight bucket & ring, Dyna coil, new wiring harness, new Amal monoblock carburetors, speedometer drive gear & new new speedo & tach gauges, new handlebar switches, smaller chain guard, new horn & bracket, am meter installed, oil filter assembly, new oil hoses, new oil pump assembly, upgraded to a 200 watt-3 phase charging system, and many other new parts. The gasoline tank required a custom mounting bracket & chrome backbone strip, . The engine had a complete - top & bottom end - rebuild. Lots of polishing was performed. New tapered roller conversion steering head bearings were added. Tires were replaced but the rims, spokes & hubs were not replaced or restored. Two air valves cables were created. You can see this bike at the Virginia British Motorcycle Club meets held in October in Manassas, Virginia. This restoration took 73 hours (parts extra) to complete.