For some reason my old account user name would not work so I rejoined under "Triumph Terrier".
The link was gone for the old photos I posted, so I thought I'd post them again along with the latest photos of the Terrier. Three stages to the pictures. First tow photos are the way I purchased the Terrier, the second photo shows the Terrier just cleaned up with original paint and T20 rear fender. The last pictures show the Terrier as it sets today.
I've just finished my Terrier, not a restoration, just a re-do. Wanted something a little different so did not go with the stock colors or exhaust. Frame and all the other black parts are power coated. The sheet metal is primer, for now.
Most of the parts on the bike are stock and original. The only non-original parts on the bike are the rear fender,(found in England), the rear rim and spokes (aftermarket), the front spokes (aftermarket), the exhaust (T20) the speedo (T20), the nacelle (T20), the handle bars and the clutch and brake levers, and the control cables. Still need to install the chain guard.
All of the original, stock, parts are stored away in case I ever want to restore to the original condition.
It's a number matching 1954 150cc Terrier, T 2XXX frame and T15 2XXX engine.
The engine has a +0.40 3TA piston, I polished the crank and mildly ported the head with a larger intake valve. I have a nice Harman and Collins cam but have not decided whether or not to run it. The, cases, side covers, carb, head and tranny are original. I am running a non-stock ratio on the primary drive and have single chain sprockets on the crank and clutch.
P.S. I didn't want to connect the shift indicator so I used an old T20 brass plate, turned it over and polished it, then attached a 2 Pound coin....