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    I do love my TRIUMPHs

    1965 TR6 Trophy




    2005 Speed Triple
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    Ya' gotta love the old Trumpets!
    Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtStrykerUSMC43
    You rode a Chickenwing?! You heathen.

    Comfortably seated in a Subaru? You gotta be all of about 4 foot tall to be comfortably seated in a Subaru!

    I hear they supply a free shoe-horn with every Subaru they give away. Is that still true? :razz:

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    I had a 1999 Subaru Forester and that little car rocked, It was a bit small for me being 6'1" and 300 pounds but that car was bullet proof. Not one problem with that car. The AWD was great here in Florida. And that little car had the best AC out of any car i have owned. I would not hesitate buying another Subaru, my old Subaru Blows away my wives GMC Yukon Denali, that thing is a lemon.

    I didn't use a shoe horn, i just sprayed WD 40 around the door frame and slid in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fltsrgn
    Mine was a 77 Goldwing. Enough riding time (and not in the back of a pickup like some other noisy major American brand name bike that will go un-named HD) that the fairing had so many micro scratches (and a few big ones, damn bicycle helmets and those metal tags on cat collars!!!) I couldnt see through it at night when a headlight would hit it. In other words, it also works great on plexiglass.

    "I got old because I stopped riding, I didnt stop riding because I got old"

    Now, safely ensconced in my Subaru. Or a C5.
    hahaha no one is safe on a c5


    damn i want my bike out of storage!
    molon labe

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    C-5 are safe, they spend so much time in the garage!!!

    Like your bike!!
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    cold blooded hahah.

    well if global warming was true the riding season here would be longer. but its not and its cold and rainy. soon to be snow.
    molon labe

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    1969 Royal Enfield 750 Interceptor. Very few made, even fewer still out there. This one is not mine, but this is what I'm going for. Mine has been in the shop for over two years being restored. Hurricane Ike destroyed much of the efforts of mine and dozens of others in that guy's shop. I'm trying to be patient, but I want this thing to run. It was my dad's bike and hasn't run since the 80's. I'm giving him a while longer and then I'll just count my losses and take it somewhere else.

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    2004 Triumph Bonneville.

    The pic is a couple years old now, it currently has a reproduction Lucas look alike tail lamp assembly that looks a whole lot better than the martian death ray thing that came stock.
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