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1975 Triumph Trident

3,600 Miles, All-Original, Survivor, 750cc, 5-Speed

$9,800

Harry's Thoughts

I've been riding motorcycles since I was six years old. Triumph's were always held in high esteem for being sporty and of higher performance. This is an incredible nearly new survivor with only 3,599 miles from new!!

THE ESSENTIALS

This is a pristine original example of the last year of the venerable 1975 Triumph Trident.  With three cylinders and 750cc, the Trident was known for being powerful and very smooth.  This example has the gorgeous black and red two-tone with gold pinstripe.  All the paint, chrome and alloy are original and nearly pristine.  All of the original stickers are present including on the speedometer, frame and rear fender.

The original seat is also in excellent condition.  This is a classic British bike that can be enjoyed as well as collected.  Since this has been part of collections for decades, it would require servicing before use.

For more details and information, please call or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or email us at harry@classicpromenade.com.  The Triumph is available at our Phoenix showroom.

1975 Triumph Trident

$9,800

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1975 Triumph Trident
1975 Triumph Trident

$9,800

VIN JK43912
BODY STYLE Motorcycle
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 3,599
GEARBOX 5-Speed
INT COLOR Black
EXT COLOR Black, Red and Gold
YEAR 1975
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 207

Triumph Motorcycles

Interesting Fact: Triumph Motorcycles was founded in 1983 and is the largest UK-owned motorcycle manufacturer. Right before the founding of this company, Triumph Engineering went into receivership and the name was bought by a man named John Bloor.   From then, Bloor relaunched the company with newer technology and streamlined manufacturing processes. After visiting Japan,…
Interesting Fact: Triumph Motorcycles was founded in 1983 and is the largest UK-owned motorcycle manufacturer. Right before the founding of this company, Triumph Engineering went into receivership and the name was bought by a man named John Bloor.   From then, Bloor relaunched the company with newer technology and streamlined manufacturing processes. After visiting Japan, the entire team at Triumph decided to adopt their productions strategies and the production process began with generous amounts of money put in by Bloor to cover costs.   The company saw great success in their first few years, but a fire destroyed half the production factory in March of 2002. Barely deterred, Triumph rebuilt and was back in production by September. Bikes produced by Triumph range from sporty to muscle bikes and there is something for everyone at the company. Given their unusual origins and their tenacity in the face of problems, Triumph Motorcycles has become a leading name in the business and their motorcycles are desired by many!  

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