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    Leave it like it is, mybe you'll start a trend.

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    The answer you seek young master Luke is, Always CHOP IT no matter what it is Chop it. Stock sucks Chops rule.

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    Oh Man! Don't even look at it!!! Get those thoughts out of your head about chopping that piece of art. Sell it to someone who will cherish it. Man, I hope you're not serious about ruining that thing. Those are hard to come by in that condition!

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    Before I saw the pic of the bike, I had my answer ready. "Chop everything", followed by " It's your bike so do whatever the hell you want to do with it." Then I saw the picture... Now I say you'd have to be crazy to chop that bike. I'm not generally a fan of restored bikes, nor do I know anything about British bikes. There's just something about the look of that bike that says,"Leave me as I am." If it wouldnt result in my wife throwing me out, I'd buy it from you.

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    It is nice to chop and cut on something clean, but I would let this one alone. You can find bikes to chop every where, but its hard to find one not to chop and this is one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stkick View Post
    not odd at all i posted trade or sale for project bike after seeing your shovel i lost interest in chopin the triumph if you are intrested in the bike ill remove the ad... i have been going back and forth on doing something with this bike other then riding it for months

    My Shovel for your Triumph? ...it would not be a
    straight-across" trade, they are not of equal value, sorry.


    My suggestion is to sell it, value is equal to a donor Shovel, I'm guessing $4000 to $5000.

    Boston
    Last edited by Boston; 11-07-2010 at 12:09 PM.

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    Boston i understand fully i was going to give u 7k what you are asking or my bike and 2k

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    I stand buy my first post, Chop it. Yes some people will get pissed but it isn't there bike and not that I like the style of what I am about to suggest but if you really wanted to piss these purest off run a jack shaft and a 300 tire. You would get props from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stkick View Post
    Boston i understand fully i was going to give u 7k what you are asking or my bike and 2k
    Sorry...I wasn't clear on that. If you're still interested, keep me updated. My Shovel isn't going anywhere in the near future. I'm going to keep building on it. You have my email, if not..it's: jfranco@ureach.com.

    Boston

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassBikerNC View Post
    I want a chop project too but if I came across that I couldn't make my self chop it. The most I could make myself do to that is maybe a light cafe mod.
    +1.Thats one sweet bike.Way too nice to cut up.

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    ight sounds good boston if you want my bike and 2k pm me im down...

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    The offer still stands for my Sucker Punch Sally too.

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    What you need to do is make a frame for it, get another tank and use the motor and wheels for a chopper, that way you can have best of both worlds.

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    Don't chop that bike. It's too sweet the way it is. There are plenty of crap Trumps out there to fuck with. Some things are better left the way they are. Just my opinion though.

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    Fuck it it's stock.

    It's a fuckin' stocker that yer' dad or grand dad would've chopped back in the day. Better not touch it now? That seems very illogical to me.

    If we quit chopping bikes, this whole scene dies. I guess everyone assumes it'll look worse when your done? Fuck that noise.

    Look at Jeff Deckers crocker. I'm sure the purist's cry over that machine, and it rules.

    Plus, since it is so nice you can roll in top dollar for those very nice parts you need for the build.

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    I would leave it the way it is and ride the hell out of it.

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    One last time for me. According to stkick, I could own this bike, it's basically been offered to me, openly.

    However, I KNOW me! I'd ride that Triumph maybe (2) seasons...it's possible after riding it it...I'd enjoy the "stock" configuration and leave it alone. More likely, knowing me...I've NEVER left anything alone...so it would see a rigid frame, the stock front end as it is, the tank AS IT IS, and I'd custom rear fender that bitch. A good example of a custom Triumph is Kevin Baas's wife's Trump...I find it period beautiful! BUT it is beautiful & COMPLETE as a stocker too!

    ....And that's why I will never own this motorcycle!

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    dont fuck with it. find another doner bike. clean that thing up nice and ride it. not to be mean but id have to call you an asshole if you ruin it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston View Post
    If you chop that motorcycle...I'll haunt the shit outta' you FOREVER...even when I'm DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Not no...but FUCK NO!!!!!!!!!!

    Boston

    Just because I want to see if he can really haunt you forever


    CHOP IT UP lol

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    Stock cult!

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