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They all start with 550xxxxx on the MC5's or 701xxxxx on the GS6's.However, in both cases the last 5 digits are the serial number.And if you suspect any scams on this site, please inform us ASAP so that we can remove the bad ones. We reserve the right to refuse to run any ad, or to pull any ad for any reason, but certainly if there are any doubts about its credibility. Location: Worcester MA, USA Contact: [email protected] May 12, 2018 1973 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE - ,800 THIS IS A 1973 TRIUMPH T140 V 750, HAS GOOD ENGINE AND TRANS. Please contact me at: [email protected], if you have any questions, a bid, or a 'buy-it-now' offer. Motor appears to have been rebuilt at one time, pistons look good inside cylinders. 1948 H-D PANHEAD FL - ,500 This 1948 Harley FL presents very well. The bike starts easily and the shifts are smooth and quiet. You are welcome to come over to inspect the R68 BIZA. Rear tire worn, front brake cable needs to be replaced. Contact Mauricio at [email protected] is located in Houston, TX Posted February 23, 2018 BIKE WANTED: EARLY BSA PLUNGER A10 GOLDEN FLASH My first bike was an A10 Flash and I would like to restore another one for nostalgia sake. Located in Port Allen, LA Contact: Paul Ed at email: [email protected] February 6, 2018 MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE: 1982 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE ELECTRO CHOPPER - ,000 I am selling my Custom-Built rare 1982 Triumph 750 Bonneville T-140ES Chopper. Please call or email to discuss particulars in detail. The sale comes with the ORIGINAL Triumph frame and all parts, as well as custom built trailer. For example 54 41078651 would still indicate an October of 1974 date by disregarding the 54 production code number.The 1976-77 MC GS6 models did not follow the above dating code.
Thus a engine number beginning with 654 would indicate that it is a 1976 250cc.
The engine number is coded with the first digit determining the year and the next two digits determining what size the engine is, and the last 5 digits would be the serial number.
If the first digit is a 3 then the year is 1973, a 4 would be 1974, and so forth.
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V001) * 100cc Sachs powered 5 speed Berkshire introduced with gas tank, air box and rear shock body, all finished in red * 125cc Sachs powered 5 speed Six-Day introduced with gas tank, air box and rear shock body, all finished in green * All frames are painted silver * Gas tank is 2.5 gallon and made of steel * Small white Penton decals with model name and size on upper front sides of gas tank with lettering being straight or angled * All Sachs engines come with cast iron cylinder and vertical finned (butch) heads or short finned sunburst Sachs high compression head or Puch short finned sunburst head * Engines came with Bosch point type ignition and 24 mm Bing carburetor * Air box is cast aluminum 10 1/4" tall enclosed frame style - later same year models came with shortened 7 1/2" tall version for better air flow * Frames came without welded on fork stops if equipped with Ceriani steering dampener that contained an adjustable dampener knob on the triple clamp and self-contained fork stops - later same year frames came with frame welded fork stops and no steering dampener unit * Early models came with twist on/off gas caps - later same year models came with flip top gas caps * Two piece front engine mount * Chrome expansion chamber on very first models * 16" long seat * 35mm Ceriani forks with long rubber accordion boots * Fully covered Ceriani rear shocks finished in chrome with matching model paint * 4 bolt rear sprocket carrier hub assembly * Steel chain guard (20 along top) * Curved style center stands * Magura controls with oval shaped throttle - later models are round * Narrow polished aluminum front fender and tubular steel fender brace with brace having an overall width of 3" * Skid plate welded to frame * Non-high breather frame * Expansion chamber with stinger tip * Cast aluminum barrel style front and rear hubs * Chrome spokes * Aluminum or chrome rims * Head light is large color coordinated 5 3/4" diameter x 7 3/4" long bullet shape 1969 Same as 1968 except for the following: * Ceriani rear shocks finished in black with chrome bell * Shortened polished aluminum or steel chain guard (11" along the top) * High breather frame * 8" round air box with gray plastic cover (husky style) or same cover with black rubber elbox attached to high breather frame * 6 bolt rear sprocket carrier * Silver painted spokes * Center stand now straight with mounting area angled and flattened * First Jackpiner introduced limited to one "experimental" unit only, model finished in bronze with silver side panels, 175cc Puch engine, six speed gearbox, Bosch point type ignition and 27 mm Bing carburetor, Ceriani front fork and rear shocks and Magura controls (Note: This model was never put into production.) Late 1969 * Second Jackpiner introduced in limited numbers having a blue gas tank with white side panels and a white "Penton Jackpiner" decal on upper front sides of gas tank (Note: Blue tanks have been found with Six Day decals on sides.) * Jackpiner is powered by 152cc cast iron cylinder conversion kit on existing Sachs engine * Jackpiner models were basically converted over Berkshire models that were not selling * 100cc and 125cc Sachs engine introduced with cast aluminum alloy cylinder, and sunburst head * Engines came with Bosch point type ignition and 27.5mm Bing carburetor * Expansion chamber with removable muffler for Sunburst head and cylinder * Inner corner gussets added to swing arm * Head light is large 5 3/4" diameter bowl shape 1970 Same as 1969 except for the following: * Most came with newer 20" long seat * Same 35mm Ceriani front forks but without accordion boots * Center stand mounting area is now straight * Front fender brace overall width is widened to 5" * 7" long horizontal tubular frame extension on bottom left side of frame to attach optional down swept MX expansion chamber * 4 threaded holes on top of gas tank for optional tool bag * Bars added under side number plate to support rear frame loop * One piece front engine mount * Removable skid plate * Frame tabs enlarged for swing arm pivot bolt 1971 Same as 1970 except for the following: * Triangular gussets between top of rear engine mount and frame * Head light is large 5 3/4" bowl shape or 4" diameter small bullet shape 1972 * First year for total redesign of 100cc Berkshire and 125cc Six Day with serial numbers starting at 10600000 ( the first digit represents the year and the next two digits represent the month, i.e.