The Triumph Twenty One was the first Triumph model to feature what was becoming a trend in motorcycling in the late 1950s – streamlining. The 3TA, as most people refer to it, featured a rear enclosure, together with the nacelle from earlier models, and a large and stylish front mudguard. 968 FM was acquired in 1987, and appears to have been used initially, but has not been taxed since 1988/89. Stored outside beneath a tarpaulin for a number of years, it will require restoration and is sold strictly as viewed. Documentation comprises a current V5C, a continuation VE60 log book, an old MoT certificate, and an expired tax disc.