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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by ricochetrider, Jan 12, 2012.
Correct. Clutch too.
Well no one would want the BSA clutch. The Triumph centre hub to fit the BSA input shaft was a rare thing.
Fabricated some racks on my 72 Tr6...
The first Triton ?
It looks like it's in its natural habitat.
Some British design elements , though now made in India , although this on is different. Doubled up with cases cast in Ohio . The Musket.
brought this home today, it was a gift!
I'll pull parts off it for this, a bike I've had for a few years
Hopefully it'll end up looking like this:
A little Armor All should bring the front tire back to life!
The quintessential café racer since the 50's... Pre Unit Triumph in a Norton Featherbed frame. Just beautiful.
I lifted this off the Triumph calendar from this year so I cannot offer the photo credit however, the Triton was built by Marchant & Durward Ltd. a small aftermarket concern in London that specialized in café racer parts and Triton conversions.