Triumph T120 in Movies
Fumo di Londra
I think this bike is a hybrid. Most of it is 1956 Thunderbird 6T but it has the later style (1958 on) tank badges and front brake. It has had the front part of the nacelle removed but the bit around the handlebars is still there. Link to "www.vintagebike.co.uk"
i think it's either a tiger 110 or thunderbird hi-bred
James Dean: Race with Destiny
1972 Triumph Bonneville - though it has the smaller mufflers usually seen on the Daytona. http://www.classic-british-motorcycles.com/1972-triumph-bonneville.html
Rupan sansei: Honô no kioku Tokyo Crisis
1965 T120 Triumph, the mudguards should be silver not blue (told you I was sad!)
Last Man Standing
I wonder if it is the same one as this one /vehicle_72415-Triumph-Bonneville-1971.html
Lewis EP: 4.01
1963 Triumph Bonneville Unit
It has a twin front downtube frame so has to be 1960-62 and pre-unit construction. 1963 was the first unit model and has a single front down tube. Assuming the tank is the correct original colour it is 1961.
Pawn Stars EP: 2.21
It is a Bonneville - just need to work out the year. Not earlier than 1968 and not later than 1970.
From the shading of the tank colours I reckon it is a 1964 Bonneville which was gold over white. The front brakes scoops are a later addition.
Chopperized Triumph? Not much left of the original bike apart from the power unit and brakes. I guess it is 1960s era.
Modified Triumph T120.
Carlos Baute: Tu cuerpo bailando en mi cuerpo
This one might be a corect 1959 Triumph Bonneville in the other colour for 1959 - Azure Blue and Pearl Grey - mentioned on this page - http://www.burtonbikebits.net/Bike%20of%20the%20month.htm - although the bike looks to be missing a small part from just below the headlight.
The Leather Boys
1961 plate, twin carb so either a last gasp T110 Tiger or T120 Bonneville.
Bonneville, T110 would have a bathtub & headlamp nacelle.
Dificult to date because of a lack of identifying features but it is 1963 or later.
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
Triumph T120 Bonneville (1959)
Seen again at the end, with various other props used in the film.
Awake EP: 1.02
1965 Triumph Bonneville - last year for the tank top rack and first year for the horn mounted under the tank. The paint color scheme is not correct though. http://www.classic-british-motorcycles.com/triumph-bonneville-unit-construction.html
Warrior of the Lost World
Looks like a 1971-1974 Triumph T120 Bonneville with a different frontbrake and a Moto Guzzi V7-700 Polizia fairing
2 carburateurs? Bonneville, me semble-t-il... mais pas sûr, faut que je vérifie. Allez... on va dire Bonneville T120, je vous fais un paquet-cadeau? 1970.
Change this one to 1969. The 1970 model had the front fender in red.
Bonneville T120 (1968) by color & new brake dram. http://www.triumphmotorcycles.dk/images/new/Triumph-Bonneville-T120-68..jpg
This picture was taken at the side of Keith Manning Motorcycles, Peach St, Wokingham, Berkshire England. The silly handlebars and seat were put on at the request of the producer, we rented the film company a few bikes for the film starring Mia Farrow. The bike was returned to standard after the filming. I worked at Mannings for several years and was well paid by the film company for a mornings work looking after the bikes Twissle
Looks like a Triumph.
it is a Triump Bonneville T120 from 1971 or 1972, with a non standard seat and rear mudguard
Puppet on a Chain
Tank looks to be white so 1963.
Looks as though it may have twin carburettors so, agree, T120 with Alaskan White and Pacific Blue tank? Wanted to offer 1962 NSU Quickly S model for the moped behind the Bonneville, but not happy with the seat. The two characters seem absorbed by the bikes.
Moonlighting EP: 4.08
Looks like a 1963 or later unit-style Triumph twin engine in a Metisse frame. The engine appears to have an auxiliary drive - maybe for a magneto??
Could be Trackmaster frame, T120 Triumph with magneto conversion.
Was geschah auf Schloß Wildberg
Early T120 oil in frame in unusual colours. seems to be this one with a quite cornered tank T120 V http://www.fahrzeugbilder.de/1024/triumph-bonneville-t-120-v-39010.jpg classy bike Just being reading about these and this is a late 71 home market model in standard colour scheme , gold and black. This is the first model with the 'square' tank and it has correct high bars . Later square tank models always had low bars .
1965 Triumph Bonneville. 1965 was the last year with the parcel grid on the tank. The '64 was very similar but did not have the horn mounted under the tank.
Get Smart EP: 3.11
As far as I can work out from information available this is a 1965 Bonneville with the optional high pipes and stainless fenders. I thought it might have been a TR6C but they have a smaller tank.
The Nanny EP: 2.17
Truimph Thunderbird ou Bonneville, va savoir... Quand on connaît la tendance de ces moteurs à laisser des traces de leur passage partout (gougoutte d'huile), ça fait tâche sur le parquet verni! T 120 Bonneville de 1968, on dirait! This bike has the 'picture frame' tank badge so is no earlier than 1969 but because of the styling is no later than 1970. I also suspect it is not a Bonneville but a TR6R Trophy because it has the bigger fuel tank and stainless steel front fender. i agree and its been resprayed could it be a tr6?
I think it is a 67 maybe Trophy. No tacho take off. It has a 66-67 US tail light. It has 69 intro badges on the petrol tank.It has the quiltop dual style of seat came in about 67. Most US spec T120 68s had stainless guards.
Carlos Baute: Quien te quiere como yo
It is not a strictly correct 1959 T120 because it should have a headlight nacelle, the stripe on the front fender is too wide and the curve of the exhausts is wrong - http://www.allenmotorsports.com/triumph_bonneville_1959.htm - notice also the forks have rubber gaiters where there should be shrouds. The seat has something wrong with it and the orange paint is an odd shade - maybe that is just the video. The oil tank should be pearl grey not black. Note some useful information on the 1959 Bonneville on this page - http://www.burtonbikebits.net/Bike%20of%20the%20month.htm
Many thanks. I had left without completing the model because i doubted that the model was.
Triumph? Pas sûr... I don't think it is a Triumph but then I am not sure what it is. That is an Avon fairing it is wearing. Triumph for sure, it's confirmed by one of the actors in this interview : http://www.lucasfan.com/thx1138/interv.html Daytona or bonneville ? Très certainement une Triumph Bonneville ou Trident entre la fin des années 1960 et 1971. La carénage a une forme spécifique comme sur ce modèle de Triumph Bonneville :
Triumph T120 Bonneville (note kinked kickstart lever) with Avon fairing, aftermarket tank and seat, Borrani wheel rims, etc.
- T 120