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1970 Triumph Bonneville T120R

Posted Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Matching Numbers. XD34482 Build date December 1970

Colors are 1968 British only scheme Burgundy and Silver

Complete restoration done in 1995 at 12,389 miles have all receipts.

Hagon Shocks

Side car springs in front

Steering Damper

Aluminum Rims/ stainless spokes and rims

Aluminum motor mounts

Thruxton Seat

Mukuni Carbs, cleaned complete 10/1/19

Boyer Ignition

Dyna Coil

Complete Motor rebuild w/ balance

New valves, guides and springs

.060 Pistons and rigs

Morgo hi-vol oil pump

Map in line oil filter

New exhaust Pipes

Norton “Pea shooter” mufflers

All stainless hardware

New Wiring harness

New Chain and sprockets

New Primary chain

New Fork tubes and bushings

Metzler Tires

3.5-gallon tank

This motorcycle is essentially new throughout. The millage is correct since rebuilt.

Always started and maintained. Has been a display piece for 10 years. We have

ridden it around the block once.

Firm Price $7800.00


Be a Ray of hope for Mickey Noyer

Posted Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Mickey Noyer is a nearly life-long resident of Newbury, NH, and a 51-year-old widowed mother of two teenage sons, who has lived her whole life under the shadow of Cystic Fibrosis. While the life expectancy for a Cystic Fibrosis patient is around 40, Mickey has been able to live her life fighting the odds, until now. At 51, the lungs that Mickey was gifted at birth have run their course. The time has come for a double bilateral lung transplant. For Mickey’s full story, please go to www.cotaformickeyn.com.

The cost of this surgery can be overwhelming, but thanks to improved health coverage, much of the cost is covered.  However, it is not uncommon for a lung transplant patient to have out-of-pocket expenses of more than $25,000 for the transplant and follow-up care during the first months following the transplant, and $10,000 annually for medications and clinic visits following the life-saving transplant.

The Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) helps children and adults who need a life-saving transplant by providing fundraising assistance and family support. COTA is the nation’s only fundraising organization solely dedicated to raising life-saving dollars in honor of transplant-needy children and adults. 100% of each contribution made to COTA in honor of its patients helps meet transplant-related expenses. COTA’s services are free to its families, and gifts to COTA are tax deductible to donors to the fullest extent of the law.

Thank you for contributing what ever you can to help COTA help Mickey in this fight for her life.