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Thunderbolt
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Thunderbolt

A65 Thunderbolt 1970
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Re: Thunderbolt
dakota #249437 04/20/09 11:37 pm
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great lookin t-bolt! Looks just like mine, i restored bob s


Bob S
Street Rods, Kustom Kars,A BSA,Cushmans,H.Shadow ACE, Now a 2004 triumph america . "More than enough!!!!
Re: Thunderbolt
Bob S #249524 04/21/09 3:10 pm
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That's a bike to be proud of there, detailed nicely, the right bars, decals, and original spec tires. I like sober black with a few color decals and chrome highlights.

Enjoy!

Lannis


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Lannis #257748 06/06/09 11:16 pm
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It's good to see people restoring these classics, instead of 'customizing' them. Looks good, and it appears you found all the parts.
Tom


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