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    There's a fully restored and running 1906 vee...

    There's a fully restored and running 1906 vee twin model in Belgium - I have pictures of it, if you'd like them, then email me. Just can't see how to post them on here.
    Bill
  2. Thread: 1910 Frera

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    It's not a worry about not having the piston. It...

    It's not a worry about not having the piston. It would be cast iron, of course, but many's the 'modern' alloy piston that I've modified to run in a Veteran motor. It's not a difficult job at all. The...
  3. Thread: Triumph Guidance?

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    I have both the Nelson and Bacon books and as...

    I have both the Nelson and Bacon books and as excellent as they are, you'd need a factory parts list for certain accuracy. Bacon does list part numbers in his book and that is useful as engine parts,...
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    Don't kid yourselves lads, fork gaiters were used...

    Don't kid yourselves lads, fork gaiters were used on many European models and are a lot more common than one would think.
    Bill
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    Steve, Triumph never-ever stamped the frame...

    Steve, Triumph never-ever stamped the frame numbers on the down tube, even from day one in 1902. I have, however, seen Triumph frames with numbers stamped on the down tube and one when the paint was...
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