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Hi Bob. I couldn't agree more. In addition to your observations, after '73 (and what '74 models there were) the T140 seemed to get more complicated and somewhat bloated-looking, trying to follow styling trends of the day I guess. Here are a couple pictures of my '73 project, which I (regrettably now) sold a few years ago. I owned the bike for 20 years before I decided to convert it into a more "modern" bike. Now I'm looking for another!