1948 Triumph Tiger 100 for Sale

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1948 Triumph Tiger 100 for Sale, Running Project + Buff logbook

Rare Classic Triumph Rigid, starts very easily


1948 Triumph Tiger 100 For Sale (8)1948 Triumph Tiger 100 for Sale, Ready to restore as a show pony, Or Just to ride as you can see in the pictures. All numbers match the paperwork. The engine starts very easily and runs with a very strong smoke free sounding engine, For the right person with the right skills this is a very straight forward easy project.

Rare and desirable 1948 Triumph Tiger 100 498cc Rigid ( WITH ORIGINAL BUFF BOOK ) You must come and see : )

Triumph Tiger 100
Year: 1948
Vin/Chassis/Frame No. TF10730
Engine No. 47.T100 82370
4 Speed
Cubic capacity 498 CC
Taxation class: HISTORIC VEHICLE

Although Edward Turner’s Triumph Speed Twin caused a sensation when it appeared at the 1937 Motorcycle Show, few of its admirers can have guessed how influential the design would prove to be. Light, narrow and from certain angles looking just like a twin-port single, it was just what the conservatively minded motorcycling public wanted and the Speed Twin would prove enormously successful. Performance was exemplary for a road-going 500, around 85mph being attainable by the Speed Twin while the Tiger 100 sports version was even faster. The latter’s performance was boosted by the use of high-compression forged pistons and polished ports and internals, the result being a machine that could touch 100mph in road trim and exceed it with the silencer end-caps removed. When production resumed in 1946, the T100 reappeared with telescopic forks in place of the original girders, and separate dynamo and magneto instead of the pre-war version’s magdyno.

Formerly registered ‘BG 9375’ (since reassigned) and displaying a tax disc that expired in August 1973, this Tiger 100 is being sold as an unfinished running project. The machine was permanently exported in 2004, returning to the UK at date unknown. An ‘Export’ marker still appears on the DVLA database therefore, the purchaser will need to apply to the DVLA in order to retrieve the age-related registration ‘FSJ 427’. Accompanying documentation includes the export certificate; two expired MoTs (1973 and 1998) The original UK Buff logbook and photocopy of the original V5c.



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