1966 Triumph T100SC Jack Pine Enduro Model

In 1966 Triumph kept the T100SC for the first half of the season. This bike is a fine example that I bought.

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1966 t100sc
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For 1966 Triumph continued to offer the T100SC for the first half of the season. This bike is a fine example that I purchased earlier this month. Showing just 5075 original miles this machine is a stunning example of how they left the factory.