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Custom 1969 Triumph Chopper by Ron Vance
"It rides straight and shoots true, says Ron. I think that Doug A said it best..."
"WHAT A HOOT!" That's what a classic Triumph Chopper will do to you.

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Rare 1971 Norton Commando "SS" by Rich Reed
When the BBC rally was held at Plymouth, I would take a bulletin board along for people to post ads, notes, etc. In Oct of '91, I was cleaning the basement, and came upon the bulletin board, with all the notes still attached. Scanning them over, I noticed a "for sale" ad for a Norton Commando SS....

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1969 Triumph Tiger by Steve Baker
This is my tr6r (Tiger). I bought it in 1986. It was bone stock except for the saddle bags and a repainted gas tank. In the winter of '92 I personally rebuilt the top w/10.5 to 1 pistons, and had the gas tank fenders side cover and oil tank painted...

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Rare 1962 Triumph Thunderbird Bathtub 650 by David Millar
Just on the outskirts of Milwaukee Wis., stored in the corner of a garage in many boxes was the skeleton of a 1962 650cc Thunderbird Bathtub....

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Custom 2002 Triumph Bonneville America by Brad Haugland
This is my 2002 Bonneville America I purchased the Bike from Todd at Team Triumph in Feb. 2002. I rode it for the first summer then I tore it down the following winter, and its looked like this ever since. I have ridden this bike everywhere and now I have 70,000 miles on her. And still running...

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Classic 1975 Norton Commando 850 by Rick Becker
This Norton started life in 1975. The first summer the original owner rode the bike, he hit the back of a car stopped at a red light. With front end damage and less than 1500 miles on the odometer, the bike sat for over 5 years. Whenever he thought he might like to ride again, he would look at the crashed Norton (his reason why he should not ride). Enter a friend of mine, who talked the owner ino selling. The bike again...

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