From issue 9 (Autumn 1985) this 12-page feature includes everything you need to build a Triton from scratch.
Tritons have been in existence for several years and are increasing in popularity. There are many reasons why there are Tritons. One obvious reason is that motorcyclists are notoriously individual and specials have a natural appeal to them; no two Tritons being exactly alike adds further to this appeal.
Another appeal of a Triton is that it need not cost a fortune to build and you do not have to lay out all your money in one go. A Triton built to a modest specification can be constructed for around £100*. If you want the full works with Manx frame and forks, alloy wheel rims, tuned Bonneville engine to 1966 spec, £400* is probably a nearer figure. Marchant & Durward, 1967 (* £1,700 and £7,000 will be nearer the mark now).