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Old 08-05-2006, 11:14 AM   #1
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Awesome vintage Triumph construction video

step by step construction of a Triumph motorcycle. vintage circa I dunno when, but its old.
All the machining steps and build up is very awesome, amazing the amount of work into it that is taken for granted. the motor runs, but what really went into the making and assembling of that motor?
making of the transmission, construction of the rim and lacing of the spokes?

http://www.webzeum.com/VintageFilms/...6/Default.aspx
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