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bon, chainreaction, jjdavidson, Robert Dentico, slofut, splash, stuart bonnie, The Bonneville Shop, TR6Ray, Tribsauk, wadeschields
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by Two Alpha
Two Alpha
Ok folks, this is a start to restoring the thread started by BrianFromOz. It's a little bit raw, I'll dress it up if it becomes necessary.
Hope you like it, feel free to post your Triumphs!

POST A PIC OF YOUR TRIUMPH (pages 1 to 47)
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by Rocketman71
Rocketman71
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by Dave M
Dave M



66 TR6R
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beerchug

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by Tribsauk
Tribsauk
Just finished this project, 74 T100r Daytona. last of the line 26th from production end, registered as a 1977 but has been off road since 1979 with snapped off spark plug ,never had it,s first UK mot. Also I was first to open up engine since the factory built it, very low miles with a clean sludge trap even..Next project is a rigid T110...
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#807255 Apr 30th a 10:48 AM
by Tribsauk
Tribsauk
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by Michel1990
Michel1990
finished my triumph pre unit bitsa last summer so i thought i would post some pics, cant wait for some better weather to put some miles on it,

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I used the Triumph T100 RR/R flat track racers as inspiration and im planning on making the exhausts in the future.

Michel
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by Gatornapper
Gatornapper
My sweet '72 Bonnie -

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by Noe
Noe
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Hello everyone,
In 1976 I wrecked my 71 TR6C. Not having time or money, she went into a shed. I turn 70 in Jan, so it now or never to get Betsy running again. Have been reading and relearning what I forgot from you kind folks.
Thanks in advance for the help I going to need.
Noe
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by wadeschields
wadeschields
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The latest photos of my bike in use.....

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by Al Navecky Jr
Al Navecky Jr
Will start this after I finish 2 other projects. Doing a Old School Cafe.
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#808047 May 6th a 12:35 PM
by slofut
slofut
This just landed im my lap, friend steered me to it Monday morning and by lunch I had it home. I bought it from the second owner who bought it in '77, and the original owner I know personally. The guy said "it was this ugly green so I immediately painted it red". My '68 was a three year restoration, since this one is totally original exe paint, I'm gonna do a riding freshen up like my honda 360. I'm so glad I didn't take that bike completely apart.
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by quinten
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cool , do you have the E.T sorted ?
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by stubbicatt R.I.P.
stubbicatt R.I.P.
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My 62 T'bird. Lovely machine, really. -- From here only 90 days or so to go for good riding weather... smile
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by Rocketman71
Rocketman71
It was made using a shortened original Trident pan.
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by Masia
Masia
1970 TR6R, abandoned 1975 in a damp San Francisco cellar. I inherited the rusted hulk and brought it back to life. It's a rider, not a restoration.
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Here's where we started:
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A year later:
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Have been making steady small improvements. Runs great and I'm riding it daily now.

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by HawaiianTiger
HawaiianTiger
Lovely black TR6 custom.
In keeping with the bikes with black paint, here's my custom Blackbird replica.
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Photo location; Kula Park, Kula, Maui Hawaii.
I call it the Black Tiger because it is a mix of Thunderbird and Tiger 110 parts.
Features.
'57 6T Motor and trans
58-59 Frame (factory replacement frame with no numbers. I've stamped the engine numbers on it for a match.
60-62 Forks and front fender
54-56 tank and rear fender.
Short sport seat ala '59 Bonnie
Alternator and distributor electrics.
T110 head and 389 Carb.
3134 profile hardened cams
69-70 TLS front brake
Cheers,
Bill

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by StevieP
StevieP
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Work in progress ........... slow progress!
The head and barrels shown in my avatar.
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