The last significant development from the Meriden plant, the Triumph Trident was built to meet US preferences (it even set speed records in Daytona before the Kawasaki Z1 came around). Here’s a 1973 example, the first year of a front disk brake.
’73 also brought about a 5 speed gearbox, which yielded the “V” in T150V. For more on the Trident, check out this article from Classic British Motorcycles.
This Triumph Trident has 22,000 miles on the chassis but just 6,700 on a rebuilt engine. It’s claimed to be in pristine condition and has not been restored. Find it for sale in Lake Zurich, Illinois for $4,584 here on Craigslist.
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