It may have taken years to finally brush off the dust from a dilapidated TR6 that cruised into the Deus shop a while back, but we for one are incredibly thankful they decided to breathe new life into the vintage Triumph.
Dubbed the “C-Seven,” the ride now slumps low in true vintage bobber fashion and was initially fitted with a Hunt magneto for a stronger spark to the rebuilt vintage engine and a K&N filter to help the engine breathe in Sydney’s warmer climate and stop-and-go city lifestyle. The crew even managed to contribute a bit of their own style and finesse to the ride as well in the form of hand formed guards, fork shrouds, fuel tank, oil tank and with the bike’s unique rigid frame. Additionally, C-Seven now rides atop a pair of Firestone tires wrapped around handsomely stripped, blasted, painted and polished spoked wheels. Oh, and unlike other custom jobs of this magnitude, it hasn’t been spoken for yet, and could be yours with a little diligence and a Sydney, Australia address.