Evel Knievel's 1970 Triumph Motorcycle

There are vehicles with history, and then there are historic vehicles. In 1968, the legendary stuntman used a T100 to jump the fountains in front of Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas, resulting in a brutal crash and propelling Evel to superstardom. In spite of the thrashing this bike must have taken at Knievel's hands, it's allegedly in working order. Formerly on display at the casino, this piece of American history is now up for auction.

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