1948 Grand Prix Tiger 100

by Howard Fitzcharles III
(Smyrna, TN)

1948 Grand Prix Tiger 100

1948 Grand Prix Tiger 100

Hi,
First time at your site and it brings back a lot of great memories. looking over the list of old Triumphs I didn't find my bike. It is a 1948 GP Tiger 100. It is easy to spot amoung Triumphs due to the straight forward pointing exhaust ports. I bought this one used from a Triumph dealer I worked for in Panama City in 1956. It had been modified in CA I was told. It was disabled when I bought it but was able to put it on the road shortly. I rode the street and local scrambles, woods runs and field meets with it and loved the bike. Here is a photo of the bike before I got it.

Howard Fitzcharles III

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