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Triumph Motorcycles TR5 Trophy (1958)

Triumph Motorcycles TR5 Trophy (1958)

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The TR5 Trophy was a standard motorcycle made by Triumph Engineering at the Meriden factory from 1949 to 1958. Based on the Speed Twin, the TR5 was a trials machine designed for o road use with a high level two into one exhaust and good handling on public roads. The name 'Trophy' came from the three 'specials' that Triumph built for the Italian International Six Day Trial in 1948, which went on... to win three gold medals and the manufacturers team trophy. Featuring prominently in the AMC "Class C" racing until 1969, the American export models included components from the Tiger 100 to create a motorcycle for desert competition. Registration no: YPT597 Chassis no: 012326 Engine no: TR5012326 Engine: 500cc Twin Passenger Seats: 2

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