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I bought my T100 last august here in Sweden.
Framenumber says: "EC18535 T100T"
The motornumber says: T100T SR 2099"
I´ve scanned nearly all Googlesites to get the right answer of which model I´ve got but did not succeed.
Can anyone please tell my what kind of a Triumph I´m the happy( not happy?) owner of?

With all kinds of regard!

:) Anders Tedrup in Sweden

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Hello, welcome to the site.
Sorry I cannot answer your question. I have reference listing of VIN numbers but it is just Canada and USA. I checked it against your numbers you provided and seen no relation. Maybe post your question in the Twins section and see if someone can help out. Probably better help if you post the year of the bike.

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Hey Anders, welcome to the forum. What exactly is your VIN (without the last few numbers)? Most UK made Bonnies start with SMTT (my old Scrambler did, although my new Scram is SMTDAD). Is this a new Bonneville or a classic? The T100T was the old Daytona produced between 1966 and 1973 - does that sound about right?` Maybe an ask in the Classic and Vintage forum could be helpful
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