Antique Parts

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  1. Adrian Pugh

    Adrian Pugh New Member

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    Newbie who just purchased a 1979 T140D Bonneville. Can you help me by listing some places to search for parts. TIA.
     
  2. Iron

    Iron Elite Member

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    Welcome Adrian.
    Lots of dealers your side, try these Chaps, they understand their vintage Brits as they actually ride them too

    https://www.classicbritishspares.com/

    Not quite antique yet unless you also have one of those 1902 Triumphs as well as your T140D
     
  3. Adrian Pugh

    Adrian Pugh New Member

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  4. Adie P

    Adie P Crème de la Crème

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    Hi Adrian, from another Adrian!

    These people used to have a reputation as the biggest stockist/supplier of old Brit. bike parts in the lower 48. Iowee's not exactly next door for you but they do have a huge online presence so worth a try.

    https://www.baxtercycle.com/

    BTW, we normally need photos of the new purchase .......................................
     
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  5. Iron

    Iron Elite Member

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    LOL, probably because there's a Vintage MCC over here formed a few years before your Antique MCA.
    Antique is really anything over 100 years old, and as we invented the language..... Antique is ok with me but I wouldn't want to call anybody's T140 an antique, the T120 owners would only get jealous. You know what they're like - small conrods and all......
     
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  6. Adrian Pugh

    Adrian Pugh New Member

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    Here ya go. Ady

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  7. Adrian Pugh

    Adrian Pugh New Member

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    Thanks for the clarification. PS. I had a T120 (In a Featherbed frame) in the 70s, so easy on the conrods :)
     
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  8. speedrattle

    speedrattle Senior Member

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    my conrods are longer than yours
     
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