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Thruimphline(stunning)

Post by RAB on Thu Dec 03 2009, 18:46


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Re: Thruimphline(stunning)

Post by JONESEY on Thu Dec 03 2009, 22:25

What a loverlly engine just needs a nice trolly now Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Re: Thruimphline(stunning)

Post by Triumphline on Thu Dec 03 2009, 23:32

It looks fantastic. It makes me think I should get my act together and make my two little R&Vs look pretty:


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ive had the pleasure

Post by RAB on Fri Dec 04 2009, 17:21

of seeing it running, and it really is as good as it looks in the picture, runs so nice aswell cheers

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