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1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

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1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

29,500.00

The X-75 Hurricane is a British icon made for the American motorcycle market by the notorious designer Craig Vetter. Initially titled as the BSA Rocket 3, this bike embodies the swan song of a failing BSA eager to compete with the impending Honda CB750. Instead, the motorcycle was finally released as the ‘Triumph’ X-75 Hurricane.

In the face of bankruptcy, only 1,183 engines were set aside for the model, and so Triumph limited production to only 1,200 units, After a single season of manufacturing (1972-73) the Hurricane was halted entirely due to the new 1973 American Motorcycle Noise Standards.

The X-75 Hurricane’s legacy is in its place among the very first factory-custom motorcycles, it’s styling as Craig Vetter’s most radical design, and a rarity that has made it famous. While not as high-tech as the Japanese competitors, the Triumph’s 740cc transverse triple put out 58 bhp and was remarkably fast.

Our model is an immaculate, full nut & bolt restoration with a number’s matching BSA motor. This is a holy grail find for Triumph collectors.

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