This 1976 Triumph Bonneville T140V is powered by a 49hp air-cooled
parallel-twin engine mated to a 5-speed sequential gearbox with
chain drive. To comply with U.S. regulations, Triumph moved the
shifter from the right side to the left. 1976 was also the first
year for front and rear disc brakes. This example features a
two-tone purple over cream fuel tank and black seat. From the Larry
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