This is a nice little project with a great start. Plenty to work with here. I got this lot from a gentlemen out of care free, Arizona. He had an insane collection and was a very talented builder/restorer. His plate was too full and so is mine.
You get two engines and two frames/swingarms. Two expansion pipes.
One set of wheels, hubs, brake panels etc.
Ceriani front forks with a whole bunch of fork seals and dust boots to rebuild. Forks are in great shape.
Comes with rear ceriani dampers that would need restored as well as an original girling set I believe.
Paint work on the tank and panels/airbox is all done and it is a very high quality paint job in the original Greeves Moorland blue. (UK market) color not US.
Also has the rare "square" rolled rear fender which has been professionally re-worked, filled, and polished ready for fitting and mounting. Comes with the rare "often missing" rear fender mounting hoop as
Polished monza gas cap
brushed aluminum ignition cover
new machined aluminum steering stops.
All the take off hardware is there. The silver hammered frame was a roller when I picked it up and the red one is a couple years earlier but same frame and is just a spare. I was going to blast and coat the silver frame back to silver. It also comes with the later 'longer' might even be from a 380 footpeg assembly versus the stock two that are also included. Apparently this is a popular addition for handling/rideability? Didn't get that far. Anyway, whole bunch of stuff here. Fairly organized. Engines are together and will need gone through. Comes with spare airbox etc. Lots of duplicates as there was two bikes one mostly complete the other not as much. Comes with a new set of triumph 1" pre unit bars that should suit this thing real nice.
Asking less than I paid before doing a bunch of the prep work and adding more parts to the pile. The project comes with more than enough literature and tech articles/manuals to get the job done right. This stuff has been collected over a long period of time.