Bonneville T120 1962

The 1962 Triumph Bonneville marked the end of an age. It was the last non-unit construction motorcycle built by Triumph. Unit construction ushered in the modern age. The biggest differences between the 1962 Triumph Bonneville and the 1961 it replaced was its appearance. The seat was now 2-tone, a grey panel on the top and bottom edge, with black on the sides and back. The colour was a big switch from the pale blues of the past couple of years. For 1962, all Triumph Bonneville's were painted Flame and Sliver Sheen separated as before by a gold pinstripe.

This image is available from this site as a 16" x 12" full colour print, printed on high quality, archival paper. For other print sizes, framed prints, phone cases and greeting cards CLICK HERE.
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Bonneville T120 1962

Bonneville T120 1962

The 1962 Triumph Bonneville marked the end of an age. It was the last non-unit construction motorcycle built by Triumph. Unit construction ushered in the modern age. The biggest differences between the 1962 Triumph Bonneville and the 1961 it replaced was its appearance. The seat was now 2-tone, a grey panel on the top and bottom edge, with black on the sides and back. The colour was a big switch from the pale blues of the past couple of years. For 1962, all Triumph Bonneville's were painted Flame and Sliver Sheen separated as before by a gold pinstripe.

This image is available from this site as a 16" x 12" full colour print, printed on high quality, archival paper. For other print sizes, framed prints, phone cases and greeting cards CLICK HERE.
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15277411
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