The second 1967 first year production T100R Daytona with it's original Monoblock Carbs has been confirmed as displaying at the Scottish Classic Motorcycle Show, it's only on it's second owner who bought it directly from the first owner in California after working with him in the States.
The bike has 18000 miles of patina, never been restored, completed last year's Colombres Rally in Spain all the way from Scotland.
This is the 28th annual Scottish Classic Motorcycle Show and is taking place on the 17th June. In addition to the spectacular indoor display of classic motorcycles, outside there will be parades of classic road and race machines, celebration of the 50 year anniversary of the launch of the Triumph Daytona and plenty of traders for that elusive part or accessory.
Entries into the Bike Show are being accepted up until the 24th May so please download your entry form if you want to join in the fun at the Scottish seaside.