I have this 1964 Triumph TR6SR Trophy that I swapped a Ducati for, with an ADV inmate. It was nicely redone/repaired by the previous owner, not 100% original but not overly modified. It looks good next to my 1969 R60, and, when I go for a street ride, it's a flip of a coin which of those two bikes I take. The main reason I sometimes choose the BMW over the Triumph is that the Trumpet just looks so new. It's just a personal thing, I like old stuff, I can't help it. The bike has new paint in the original red and gray. Due to the previous owner's preference, the colors on the fenders are reversed so it's a gray stripe on a red fender instead of a red stripe on a gray fender. The bike looks good, but it's too shiny for me and to my eye it looks too much like one of those new Triumphs. For the last year or so I've been looking for original paint tank and fenders to put on it, but so far all I've been able to find is this front fender. If I could find an original paint tank and rear fender I would put them all on the bike. In '64 the Trophy's they sent to the US were called TR6SR, which was the low pipe model like mine, and TR6SC, which was the high pipe model. Since there were only 478 SR's and 60 SC's made in 1964, the odds of me finding an original paint tank and rear fender are low, even a well used set. We are on the verge of the 50th anniversary of the 1964 ISDT, in which Steve McQueen rode a 1964 Triumph TR6 Trophy, like mine. His was probably an SC rather than an SR, I'm not sure, but it doesn't really matter. So now I'm thinking I will build a 1964 ISDT tribute bike out of my Trophy, to commemorate the 50th anniversary. I say tribute rather than replica because it probably won't be a totally accurate reproduction, but built in the spirit of McQueen's bike enough that a person familiar with it would see the resemblance. Thoughts?