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Old 09-17-2007, 04:57 AM
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Triumph T120 Bobber

Just finished mock up of my Triumph 1970 bobber, the blue one. Breaking it up tomorrow for paint, chrome and motor restauration. The yellow one is my stock 1969.


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Cool I am getting ready to start my 64/65 t 120
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:55 PM
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Nice set you got there Hamga. I all ways had a soft spot for the trumps.
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Cool .. I am getting ready to fly into the 65 I just got a 1970 t120 this weekend I want to finish as MY bike seeing I had to sell the 73 and this 65 will fund the 70 ok follow that LOL
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Assembly has started.
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Old 01-22-2008, 02:42 PM
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Talking T120 brothers

he Hamga

Like to see your project in progress , have the same T120 with stock but rebuild frame. Would like to transform it into a propper Chop/Bob.
See my website on www.indobiker.nl , my main ride is a basic stock FXR .
But i have always had a Bonnie, this is the second one and belonged to a friend of mine.
It always was a kind of hippie bike, the engine needs a new clutch setup so the gears don't sqeeck to much. I hardley ride it but it always start with a few kicks.

Keep me up to date and i make you a special on my website, deal ??

See you on the road ,somewhere someday
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:24 PM
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That is a real nice look, great job.
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Slowly getting there, it's still winter here (in Sweden) , so there is no hurry.

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Old 03-25-2008, 07:33 AM
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looks real good. nice and simple. dig it.
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looking better every day ,
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Too cool for words

You scandinavians have a touch for making good lookin' bikes look even better. Us yanks here in Vinland could learn from that so... I'll be watchin'.
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nice lookin bikes. was a guy on ebay a couple months ago with a nice bobber trike triumph.

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Old 10-12-2008, 12:33 AM
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Hello, this is how my bike eventually turned out,
I have lost my camera so the picturers are taken with my cell and the background is not exactly artistic but nevertheless, this is it.
When I had to make difficult design decisions during the build, like choosing between different solutions or different looks, I let my self be guided by the two mottoes:

"Hot Rod rather than hippie"
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"Less is more"

The logo ‘K’ on the oil bag is from an old , now dead, European oil company (Koppartrans). I had a toy gas station like that when I was a kid so it is kind of nostalgic to me and I think it looks good, and fits in nicely with the look of the bike.


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