1964 Tricati, 500cc. Registration number CDT 785B. Frame num...





1964 Tricati, 500cc. Registration number CDT 785B. Frame number 00239. Engine number 5TA H15787.
An unusual mixture, this Tricati makes a change from a Triton, Tribsa or Trifield. Built by Goole engineer Matt Bannon using a 1960 5TA engine he bought for £5 in 1970 and a 1964 Mach 1 with a seized engine for £25 in 1972. The first incarnation was built in 1976 which languished in his shed until 1990 when he used his considerable skills to build what you see today. The engine was fully rebuilt and tilted forward in the frame, parts from both Triumph, Ducati and self fabricated have all been used. In 1992 when he had finished it Classic Bike magazine featured it over 3 pages.
There are MOT's from 1992 when the mileage was 17,857 miles rising to 23,742 in 2015. In 2016 a new speedo was fitted and the last MOT was in 2017 at 2,546KM, since when it was unridden due to illness. It has recently been recommissioned but we recommend that it is checked over before serious use.
ACDT is a wonderful testament to its creator and correctly recoded with DVLA as a 500cc bike.
Sold with the V5C, MOTs and Classic Bike magazine, Spicers can highly recommend this machine.

Auction Date: 26th Mar 2022 at 1:30pm

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