**Used to be for Sale**2007 Triumph Bonneville America - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 9 Old 08-23-2010, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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**Used to be for Sale**2007 Triumph Bonneville America

Less than 1000 miles, showroom condition. Stock except for Norman Hyde footrest relocation kit which moves pegs back 4", stock pegs included. Also includes rear seat and OEM backrest.

$5900 or best offer.






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what makes you want to sell this over Vulcan? Just curious

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what makes you want to sell this over Vulcan? Just curious
The little Vulcan will be sold also, it needs some work though and this one is ready to go. The America is a very nice bike, it's just not being ridden enough to justify keeping it around, need to clear out some garage space.

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The little Vulcan will be sold also, it needs some work though and this one is ready to go. The America is a very nice bike, it's just not being ridden enough to justify keeping it around, need to clear out some garage space.
are you making a room for something else?

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I bet it's for a Benz. Or a Turbine.

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How'd you like the Triumph motor? I'm going to go look @ Bonneville's tomorrow as a replacement for the Shadow. I really hate V-twins. I think my old CB500T is faster than that Shadow. Parallel Twins for the win!

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There is a guy on the 675 website that is looking to trade his street trip for a Bonnie.

Have to warn you, he strikes me as a weirdo.

Do the swap, then sell me the street tri cheap.

He's in Chi

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How'd you like the Triumph motor? I'm going to go look @ Bonneville's tomorrow as a replacement for the Shadow. I really hate V-twins. I think my old CB500T is faster than that Shadow. Parallel Twins for the win!
It has pretty good power for a twin and is smooth, I'll take an upright over a V-Twin any day.

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There is a guy on the 675 website that is looking to trade his street trip for a Bonnie.

Have to warn you, he strikes me as a weirdo.

Do the swap, then sell me the street tri cheap.

He's in Chi
Thanks for the tip, I do like S3's but am trying to have fewer bikes, not more at this point.

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Never mind, we're keeping it. I sold Gin's Vulcan instead. Pics of Triumph mods to follow...

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