Brief Specifications and Variations Catalogued for 1928 and 1929. Mine is also missing the foot pedal so I am very interested in acquiring one or some good pictures of one so I could build one. It starts easily and sound great both mechanically and on the deep mellow exhaust note. The first of these was the Model P, which arrived in 1925, and the second the 277cc Model W, which was as big an engine as Triumph could build while keeping the resulting machine within the favourable taxation class that limited weight to 220lbs. The original chaincase has a bulge to clear the mag sprocket, there is video of my engine running on youtube, just search Triumph model w first run. Tens of thousands of Model Ps were made on an assembly line set up for 1,000 bikes per week, and by 1927 the Triumph range included seven models.
Fuel capacity 2½ gallons, oil 3½ pints. Cosmetically the bike is in fine condition with some ageing and patina here and there. Triumph pattern, single tension spring, bridged links, independent girder construction, adjustable for side play; steering stops. With a much lower riding position the Model N de Luxe could be ridden in a more 'sporting' manner. Sales of the latter were sluggish however, prompting a switch from such expensive products to simpler and cheaper alternatives.
Fitted with auxiliary hand pump. Very well local rallied bike, including at least 10 Bay to Birdwood runs. Taper roller bearings, large diameter spindles. Hand controlled, ball thrust push rod operation. The factory was founded in Coventry in 1886 by Siegfried Bettman to make bicycles; he was joined by Mauritz Schulte at the turn of the century to add an engine to the company products.
Another major change was that for 1928 Triumph changed from the long-used since sometime during 1913 French Grey with Brunswick Green panels, to a Black tank with pale blue panels. Also the magneto has been done. The gearbox and clutch are A1 and brakes are very good, especially the 7??? Although the speed limit in Britain was still 20mph! Production for 1929 probably less than 100 machines, for sales were overshadowed by a totally new range with recirculating oil lubrication. Simon is only her fourth owner in nearly 80 years and has no plans to let her go! For more details, technical information, performance figures, and much more, you really need to refer to the booklet I have written covering these models. There was other intrest in the home, with second showings scheduled, so my buyers responded to the sellers counter quickly, accepting it and secureing the home! The closest grocery store is Albertsons. Overall the bike well present and mostly original condition. Bike is for collection in Somerville Victoria 3192.
Please refer the below link. This, and the change to an entirely new tank colour scheme of black with light blue panels, after 15 years of the French grey with dark green panels, heralded a new era for Triumph. The engine had 84 mm bore x 89 mm stroke and a compression ratio of 4. Overall the bike well present and mostly original condition. Up and running and ready to go. The Model W was a charming lightweight of modern style with an attractive tank and perfect proportions of chassis and engine.
It's taken us four months to reach this stage in the restoration of this little Triumph, the engine and gearbox were well worn with lots of missing parts, as spares are not available all worn items were replaced with parts we made or modified from other bikes, missing parts like the kickstart mechanism we designed, made and modified until it worked. Don't miss beautiful move in ready detached home. A very practical mount for lady riders or the 'height disadvantaged'. Rear brake foot operated internal expanding shoe type. This is very practical vintage machine and easy to handle model with good brakes and wired edge tyres. Output from Triumph's Priory Street works was soon running at an astonishing 1,000 machines per week, and the Model P's arrival undoubtedly hastened the demise of many a minor manufacturer.
Please call on 0425 395 443 or email any questions. When Lucas ,l Mag-dyno lighting equipment is lined the weight exceeds 200 lbs. Also all the control are also in full working condition. Comparable nearby homes include , , and. To name one: the spark plug position was moved from the centre of the head, between the valve caps, to being mounted in the inlet valve cap, as it had been found that the incoming gases helped to cool the plug. Recent work undertaken includes a complete top end freshen up, and with a new piston being installed.
Recent work undertaken includes a complete top end freshen up, and with a new piston being installed. The rear stand is in good order. The paint on the frame looks very sound but some light crinkling here and there. For the saddle tank the whole frame was redesigned and was much lower than the previous flat-tank models, and the rider sat much lower. Weighing just 210 lbs, the little machine gave good performance, and proved a small machine could be every bit as beautiful as the big boys. It is a 1928 Model N De Luxe Triumph, and she is unrestored and 100% complete as she left the factory in 1928 right down to the tyre pump and the tools in the tool kit! While the mainstay of Triumphs range throughout the mid-to-late 1920s was the ubiquitous 3½hp Model P and its many derivatives, there were some interesting offerings in other capacities. The Model P was a quality machine at a rock bottom price and it was a runaway success.
Substantial straight pull front brake, clutch and exhaust lifter levers, and independently adjustable ignition. Adjustable mechanical oil pump and sight feed, with bye-pass feed for hand pump. Wheel rims spokes are all very good stoved black. Most of these pedals were discarded in the long run, as the oil pump more than proved its reliability. Tyres are both excellent Dunlop Universals. This address can also be written as 1928 Triumph Street, Vista, California 92081.