1954 Triumph T110
A thing of legends. The Tiger T110 with its 650cc twin power plant, higher compression ratio, and heavier cam compared to the Thunderbird, became the new hot rod machine. With a top speed (allegedly) of 114 mph it was the fastest production motorcycle of its time. On 6 September 1956, at Bonneville Salt Flats American racer Johnny Allen secured the motorcycle land-speed record on a heavily modified Triumph T110 with a top speed of 214.17 mph (344.67 km/h). This success led to the development of the Tiger T110’s successor – the Triumph Bonneville. Yes, that was liberated from Wikipedia. Don’t hate.
This particular T110 is mid way through a restoration and looking for a loving owner to pick up where the project left off. You’ll have to come see her in person for much more information that this.