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    CarlTR6 (TR6 was a Triumph sports car way back when) I can't quite make out the riders machine but could it be a Triumph.? Ah! British bikes, I remember mine, a make long consigned to history, Matchless, mine was a 600cc twin with, what were called then, megaphone exhausts (I beleive you call them 'mufflers'). Happy days.
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    Welcome friends.... :)



    here's my last ''steel horse'' , cant beat a big old tourer dripping in plastic cowls.

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       #1753

    Hello,

    I'm a new member, from London.

    been a mac user for years and only used windows at work but have now acquired a windows 7 netbook and am trying to triple boot a new desktop with xp, win7 and fedora 12.
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    Welcome to the forums muswelhillbilly.
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    Hello muswelhillbilly, welcome to Seven Forums!
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    Welcome muswelhillbilly,

    Consider yourself part of our family. You can come here to learn or to share your knowledge with us, either is welcome.
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       #1757

    I see there have been a numerous number of people deciding to join us since I last came to say hello.

    Welcome to you all you wont be disappointed you've found the place to be for all things Windows 7 and found yourselves among the best group of people willing to help you with any problems you may get or just come and hang out and chat, we like to have fun as well.
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       #1758

    Welcome to Seven Forums muswelhillbilly.

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       #1759

    alph200 said:
    CarlTR6 (TR6 was a Triumph sports car way back when) I can't quite make out the riders machine but could it be a Triumph.? Ah! British bikes, I remember mine, a make long consigned to history, Matchless, mine was a 600cc twin with, what were called then, megaphone exhausts (I beleive you call them 'mufflers'). Happy days.
    Indeed I remember the TR6 sports car; I have a friend that has an immaculate one today. He also has a TR6R Triumph motorcycle. The rider in the photo is me on my 03 Bonneville T100 (800cc and now 900cc). I have a fully restored 1968 Triumph TR6R Trophy - the single carbed version of the T-120 Bonneville- 650 cc. I also have a 73 TR6R that I am currently rebuilding. Matchless was/is a fine bike. I love the vintage Brit iron: Vincent, Norton, BSA, Matchless, Triumph. all of em. I have been riding since 1958.
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    skunksmash said:
    Welcome friends.... :)



    here's my last ''steel horse'' , cant beat a big old tourer dripping in plastic cowls.

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    Very nice ride!
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