Triumph Bonneville T120R
Registration Year: 1967 Mileage:
Triumph Bonneville T120R Description.
1967 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T120R
From the Zimmerman Brothers Collection
Bill Hoard of Martin, Michigan, the restorer of many Bonnevilles in the Zimmerman Brothers Collection, is considered one of the best in the world. Hoard’s work is featured in many Triumph collections in the USA. Most collectors say he set the Triumph restoration standards for more than 25 years. Bill has recently retired, and this may be the rare chance to acquire one of his restorations. The 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120 650 continued to be developed and refined in incremental steps. Engines received stronger internals and better oiling for increased demands by USA riders. The seat changed for the first time in years, getting narrower in front to match the new slimline tank and an added raised area for the passenger. Most USA machines sported all-black seats, while most UK and export models received two-tone gray-and-black seats; all had the Triumph logo emblazoned on the back. The big news for the 1967 Triumph Bonneville was the switch from Amal Monobloc carburetors to Amal Concentrics and air filters were offered across the line. The Smith speedometer now showed a top speed of 150 MPH. Triumph also offered more color combinations for its motorcycles than ever before. CALL NOW ON 01744 616161
Triumph Bonneville T120R Specifications