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    24TFS749 just made it to my garage from some damp barn in Springfield, Missouri. I originally just wanted the parts for the rear wheel because it still had the speedo drive to build a Grumph with my other TFS frame (24TFS648) and it was priced right. I didn't realize how much stuff was coming with it and am inspired to restore it. Wish me luck!

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ID:	83980 The TFS frame does make the best Triumph Greeves.

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      Was waiting to find an engine to contact you. Received a T100R in a crate on Saturday - once I go through that I will need the proper plates - just wish I had banana forks for it...

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        The banana forks are scrambles converted to trials.

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          Originally posted by Geoff View Post
          24TFS749 just made it to my garage from some damp barn in Springfield, Missouri. I originally just wanted the parts for the rear wheel because it still had the speedo drive to build a Grumph with my other TFS frame (24TFS648) and it was priced right. I didn't realize how much stuff was coming with it and am inspired to restore it. Wish me luck!
          24TFS749 was last recorded on eBay 11/19 Missouri poor condition parts missing engine seized $1000 (777) with Stan Enloe. So assume you bought it.

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            Originally posted by John Wakefield View Post

            24TFS749 was last recorded on eBay 11/19 Missouri poor condition parts missing engine seized $1000 (777) with Stan Enloe. So assume you bought it.
            Purchased it on Saturday for $200. To be honest its really rough, however the nacelle and speedometer drive were worth the price.

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            • #7
              $200!!!! I need to move to the US!!

              The TFS engine is great, you could end up with a really fun bike there Geoff.

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