Triumph - 3TA - Twin - 350 cc - 1967

Description
Triumph - 3TA - Twin - 350 cc - 1967
Condition: Good - Registration papers: with Dutch registration - Location: Netherlands

This Triumph is one of a batch of 1100 Triumphs made for the Dutch army in 1967.
In 1977 it was auctioned by the dutch government. Then it was restored by the last owner and has done 1600km since.

It still has the original parts of the interesting and rare army specification, like half width front hub, Solex carburetor and special air cleaner.

The Triumph 3TA is a nice light model and starts very easy.
It is an older restoration with matching numbers.
The paint needs a bit of TLC but is presentable.

Now has been restarted and serviced by Triumph mechanic.
Carburetor dismantled and cleaned.
New engine oil and gearbox oil.
New 6 volt Battery and voltage regulator.

The Triumph rides and brakes well.
See the Videos:
https://youtu.be/7L35hQDOKTg
https://youtu.be/ozVAuFEEPvI

Fuel tank is clean, no rust.
The gearbox and clutch work good.

Borrani alloy rims with new spokes.
Both Avon tyres are still good (no cracks etc.) and have very good profile.

Including old dutch registration papers.
For French buyers: A free "carte grise de collection" is included in the bid price..

Lot details
Brand
Triumph
Model Type
3TA - Twin
Engine size (in cc)
350
Year of first registration
1967
Condition
Good
Registration papers
with Dutch registration
Frame number
3TA H49484
Engine number
3TA H49484
Located in country
Netherlands
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