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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by ricochetrider, Jan 12, 2012.
You may want to check this out:
Sit back, relax and
The Brough slideshows worth a look as well. I'm working in Woolaton next week. That's a lunch break taken care of..
Love those JAP engines - 1934 Engine
mhm, in that case you might be interested in this one too:
more to be found here: http://www.musketvtwin.com/home.html
Quite an achievement.
Where was this photo taken?
At the Staffordshire classic bike show http://www.classicbikeshows.com/showindex.asp?showcode=TCM12 it's on twice a year.
And through the miracle of modern science you can go and stand at the gate
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I miss those days of the 3 of us riding the Pennsylvania backroads. Maybe again this summer.
That my red lightning in Tome shot and here is another one of my BSAs a 1951 ZB34 GS 500 single
Wearing our colors at the BSA owners club rally in Ohio last summer. OVBSAOC
My 66 BSA Spitfire
My 69 Lightning again
And the last one for tonight....
67 Triumph T1120TT
Great photography set-ups but next time, umm, eliminate the oil drip pan ! lol
We dont want uninitiated to think these things leak oil, do we????
'bout time you show up over here Wade...nice pics as usual......
'67 Bonneville that I just sold.
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A lovely example. In particular the elegant curb of the exhaust. So sad the new 'vintage' ones miss out on this essential element. Just a curb perhaps, but what an expression it entails.
Quite an impressive 'shed' too.
HEY! I know this bike!
That twisted "bundle of snakes" exhaust is a work of art!
I love this bike. I had a '69 TR6R many many years ago and stupidly sold it.
out for breakfast this morning
What a great way to go out for breffis or pie... ! I'm confused though, you are here for the cake....
Nice looking Triumph...
Trailblazer 250??? '71/'72? I remember these being launched and every 'bike magazine slated them but I always felt it was a brave styling attempt years ahead of it's time. This one looks so original and just so cooooooool! How does it ride?