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Triumph Daytona 1000 Burgundy (St No-638)


Price Drop! Was £2,795.00, Now £1,995.00!!

Quick Overview

Triumph Daytona 1000 Burgundy (St No-638)

Registered: 01/08/1991

Keepers: 3 (inc current)

Engine Capacity: 998cc – 4 cylinder model

MOT: 12 months on purchase

Mileage: 64,670 miles

Condition: For a 26 year old bike that has been used regularly, rather then for high days and holidays, she is not in bad nick.  Even given the apparent high mileage, it only works out at 2,487 miles a year.  There are some scratches on the tank, but again, this is only age associated wear.  This particular model was a limited production run from 1991-92, with only approximately  500 produced – hence she is a rare model! There is smooth power delivery across the rev range and being in the sports tourer category, this bike is equally at home for commuting or long distance trips.  She will definitely be a future Triumph Classic given the era she came from.   

This bike is available to view at our warehouse in Kingsteignton where we have other motorcycles of all types, for all budgets.

Prices are “as displayed and non-negotiable” Thank you.

*NO PART EXCHANGE AVAILABLE *available on any of our vehicles. Please see for Terms And Conditions

For further details, please call Newton Abbot 01626 334 245, and ask to speak to Phil or Paul.

Come to Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot to have a look – it’s a nice ride, you can pop in for a cuppa and you get to look at loads of great bikes including this one!

“Many thanks for looking…..”

*********************Full workshop facilities available for servicing, repairs, MOT work and Diagnostics, also restoration and rebuilds undertaken. Please call 01626 334 245 for further details.***************************

Please note: as a Broker, we cannot accept part exchange.

Want to sell your bike? We can do that for you… Want to buy a new bike? We can help you with that too…. Want to know more? Ring 01626 334 245 and we will tell you just how we can help!

Jun 15, 2016 | Posted by | Comments Off on Bikes