In ’66, Triumph was making several versions of the TR6 Trophy – this was the SR, considered to be a ‘high-performance roadster’. What did that mean? This bike got raised handlebars and a smaller fuel tank.
The SR was only made for 3 years (’64-’66), but 1966 was the most popular with 1,631 units sold. For more on the TR6SR, check out this profile on Classic British Motorcycles.
This specific example was restored 6 months ago. It’s claimed to be 95% original (but has the extra parts to make it 100% original). The engine was rebuilt with a .004 over bore and it comes with some extras like Wentworth tools and a shop manual. Find it for sale in Mason, Michigan with bidding up to $5,200 and the reserve not yet met