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Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136166
02/27/08 12:33 am
02/27/08 12:33 am
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Back on the mainland!
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'77 T140J
"Vintage Bike". What's in your garage?

"The paying customer is always right."

Fitting round pegs into square holes since 1961...
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Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136167
02/27/08 1:28 am
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Steve;

NO WAY,,!? You selling yours?

wink


'68 T120R
'66 A65L
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it really doesn't matter to anyone, BUT ME
Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136168
02/27/08 2:51 am
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Sir John in his youth? So those would be new pre-units in the background? laugh


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Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136169
02/27/08 8:26 pm
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Woody,

You got the Sir John part right, but he's not that old! eek

The picture references the '68 model year of bikes, so I'm guessing some time in '69.... bigt


'77 T140J
"Vintage Bike". What's in your garage?

"The paying customer is always right."

Fitting round pegs into square holes since 1961...
Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136170
02/27/08 9:04 pm
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You talking Sir John Dillinger?? Looks a bit shady to me!!! :p Dick

Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136171
02/27/08 9:05 pm
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Yep, I kinda thought they looked like a mid to late 60's set up, based on the instruments, lights, etc. In fact, they look alot like mine!
But ya can't blame me for ribbing the fellow a bit, can you.


Woody 2Twins
Re: Would you buy a Triumph from this man? #136172
02/28/08 12:26 am
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Funny, the one in our shipping department has concentirc circles and small holes.

Now you have to get Tom Sharp to post my evil twin.

Old enough to have started in this business in 1959...
John



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