Tuesday, 21 October 2014

New at Veloce Publishing Triumph 350 & 500 Twins

New at Veloce Publishing Triumph 350 & 500 Twins

By Peter Henshaw 


19.5x13.9cm • 64 pages • 102 colour pictures

ISBN: 978-1-845847-55-5
  
  
£ 12.99 (for eBooks this varies and delivery is free) 

Features
• The reality of living with a Triumph 350 or 500 twin
• Shows the market value of each model
• Detailed, step-by-step inspection guide
• Guidance on spares prices
• Problems that arise with lack of use
• Advice on buying at auction
• Restore, or pay more to start with?
• Production facts and figures
• Useful contacts, including clubs, parts suppliers, and restorers
• A no-nonsense, straightforward guide to buying a Triumph 350 or 500 twin 

Description
Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from the author’s years of Triumph ownership, learn how to spot a bad bike quickly, and how to assess a promising bike like a professional. Get the right bike at the right price! 

Synopsis
Most of the many available books about Triumph motorcycles concentrate on the bigger Bonneville and Trident ranges. Yet alongside these headline-grabbing bikes, Triumph also built a series of smaller 350 and 500cc machines that possessed all the style of their bigger brothers, but were lighter in weight, easier to ride, and now cheaper to buy, too.
 This straightforward, practical Essential Buyer’s Guide contains all the advice you need on buying one of these classic motorcycles, from the earliest Twenty-one, to the final Daytona and
TR5T. It reveals what these bikes are like to live with, assesses the values, advantages and disadvantages of the different models, plus, of course explains what to look for when buying one – engine, transmission, frame, brakes, electrics, paint … everything you need to know! 

Additional Information
The Triumph twin is one of the most numerous and popular classic bikes on the market.

 There are plenty of books on general Triumph history, but none that focus on the 350/500 as a used bike.

 Includes details of technical and specification changes, plus practical advice on buying secondhand.

 Covers the period 1957-1974, and the following models:
 1957-66 Twenty-one/3TA 
 1959-66 5TA Speed Twin 
 1963-68 T90 Tiger 90 
 1960-61 T100A Tiger 100 
 1962-65 T100SS Tiger 100 
 1966 T100 Tiger 100 
 1967-70 T100S Tiger 100 
 1967-70 T100T Daytona 
 1971-74 T100R Daytona 
 1974 T100D Daytona Series 2 
 1961 TR5A/R & A/C
 1962-65 T100S/R & S/C
 1966-72 T100C
 1973-74 TR5T Trophy Trail/Adventurer  

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