Triumph Tiger Cub Art Print by Mark Rogan
Triumph Tiger Cub art print by Mark Rogan. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
No 69: CLASSIC TRIUMPH T20 TIGER CUB (200cc)
My entire engine set (over 120 images) www.flickr.com/photos/gordoncalder/sets/72157612757443903... Manufacturer Triumph Production 1956-1968 Engine 199cc single cylinder OHV four stroke en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triumph_Tiger_Cub Pic taken at the Uxbridge Auto Show 2009 © COPYRIGHT ALL of the works and content on my photostream are under copyright law (2000-2009) These images CANNOT BE COPIED, DISTRIBUITED or PUBLISHED for any media, electronic or otherwise unless permission is obtained. The…
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Revised hardback 250 x 210mm portrait 208 pages over 200 photographs and illustrations.Features- Full international history of the popular Triumph Tiger Cub & Triumph Terrier motorcycles.- Incredibly comprehensive, this book is the ultimate reference source to every aspect of these machines, including 22 very detailed model profiles and delivery details of 113,000 individual machines to 153 countries, colour schemes and much, much more.- Technical and design specifications of engine and…
Bikes that I never should have sold!!!
I have always regretted selling this one, but my brothers would have trashed it while I was in the Marines.[IMG] 1967 Triumph Mountain Cub 200cc. I can...
This is a newly printed A3 poster of the late 50s Triumph Tiger Cub, a motorcycle whose popularity was never in doubt from the moment it was launched. It was a refreshing four-stroke change from all the two-strokes on the market.
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