Motorcycle [Triumph 'Twenty-One']

Triumph Engineering Company Limited, Manufacturer

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Maker and Role
Triumph Engineering Company Limited, Manufacturer
Production Date
Also known as the T21, this 349cc Triumph motorcycle has been restored to its original configuration with original parts. Metallic blue in colour with a white seat and chromed handlebars, engine block and exhausts. There are rubber knee rests on either side of the fuel tank next to the makers logo. The name 'Twenty One' is spelt out in full on the side panels. There are two explanations for this: The first explanation is that it celebrates the twenty-first anniversary of Triumph Engineering Co Ltd. The second explanation is that the important US export market rated motorcycle engine displacement in cubic inches and 21 cubic inches equates to 350 cc.
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Signature/Marks and Type
'Triumph' Logo
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Credit Line
Triumph Engineering Company Limited. 1957-1966. Motorcycle [Triumph 'Twenty-One'], 2011.389. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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