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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-08-2019, 10:19 PM Thread Starter
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A very old Triumph

Love the head light, it reminds me of Ogri's helmet.
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Those wings could cause some grief!
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That is magnificent. Where is it? I note the South Oz registration. That rego would be worth millions if it were still 'live'.
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Beautiful!


Artifact.
She is a story teller.
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Wink '22 Ricardo modded some

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My 1922 Triumph Ricardo fitted with a Binks Mousetrap carby.
Original,,,NO but I like it the way it is!


Australian heat takes it toll on all rubber items eventually.
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Those wings could cause some grief!
haha, only if it was going downhill with a strong tail wind
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That is magnificent. Where is it? I note the South Oz registration. That rego would be worth millions if it were still 'live'.
Hobart. Indeed, the plate would be worth a few bob as is.
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Artifact.
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I know you like cars, did you see the Ansaldo that I posted some weeks ago? This is in an office, a treasue trove that includes a 750s america. The Ansaldo replaced a Bugatti.
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My 1922 Triumph Ricardo fitted with a Binks Mousetrap carby.
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Australian heat takes it toll on all rubber items eventually.

Wow, what a nice coincidence. So I gather it is a Ricardo? I believe that one of the other bikes that is in this office, a Guzzi, was the same as one owned by a member of the forum. What are the chances?
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The number plate "3" in SA...now fitted to


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