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    If The Desert Could Speak ... It Would BEG for MERCY. [ J E E P ].

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    @ Overspeed
    Thanks Bro. All bike's are in running order. TRW is complete .. Ural needs cosmetic and Enfield's engine needs attention. Part's attimes create problems. But nothing is impossible in Pakistan .
    If The Desert Could Speak ... It Would BEG for MERCY. [ J E E P ].

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    thats good to hear that....
    well which bike u like the most??
    i guess all of these bikes drink too much petrol...u can share mileage with us too....
    do u have reg books of all these bikes??
    u have a big parking area where u park all these....
    .....

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    @ deadly
    nice collection u got there
    nothing personal but my father had one triumph tiger cub 200cc, 1966 model, which he regard as the worst bike ever, engine needs rebuild just after 7kto 8k , kilometers, leak oil seals , short coils , drive chain breaks , simple words it was a complete failure at that time , except the roaring sound and sparks frm silencer it had nothin special
    i hope u didnt face such issues with ur triumph, have u driven it or just saving this antique, wats ur experience with it ?

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    congratulations

    beautiful bike and lots of cc good good

    it looks like fun for long traveling
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    amazing
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    @deadly
    His son Mohsin is ma gr8 frnd..All My Cb's are chckd by zakir bhai.....U can chck my Cb collection to

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/whe...s-175-fan-club
    My Vehicle is an ALL MOTOR. Seriously, Who needs a turbo when u have a Stupidly Quick Naturally Aspirated Motor???? Real Motors don't need Forced Induction. EG for life

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    Congratulations for ur new purchase. MAsha Allah u r having awsome collection.
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    now u would be really helpful for me once i start my project of the TRW
    for now im at peace
    (1)Austin of England, a35, 1958, 850cc,,, (2) Mercedes benz , w202, C - 180 ,,, (3) 2003 HONDA CITY,,,, (4) Triumph TRW 500cc, 1952,,,,

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    deadly bro, excellent excellent collection yaar mashaAllah, i must say this is very impresive..

    can i come and see ur bikes some time

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadly View Post
    I have a Triumph TRW,Triumph 3HW,Ural with Sidecar and Royal Enfield .. Hoping to add some more bikes.
    The TRW is almost done 60 years but still in really very nice condition MASHA ALLAH.
    The Bug.. that never gets thirsty...

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    @deadly
    nice to c u got a royal enfield.my father rode it all his young age.by day how much did it cost and what is da make?
    shoaib

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    Nice.Is it a Royal Enfield England G2 Model?Are Royal Enfield Motorcycles Still Common in Pakistan?

    This Cast Iron Engine Bullets got a Cult Status in India.Especially the Standard 350/500.This Cast Iron model was in production till 2009!Old Stocks of Cast Iron Bullets are Sold over a Premium of 30-35K Indian Rupees;Ie For Rs1,30,000INR!

    The Thump of British Singles are Awesome!
    Getting Spares for this Motorcycle Will Not be a great task if You have contacts in India or UK(Hitchcock motorcycles)
    there's a thread about it's History on pakwheels:
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...ld-motorcycles
    Here's the India website:
    Welcome to Royal Enfield Motorcycles | Motorcycle India

    England:
    Royal Enfield Motorcycles

    Royal Enfield Electra EFI :
    My 1962 Royal Enfield. - 133877 My 1962 Royal Enfield  zoom350My 1962 Royal Enfield -403217
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    @Deadly,
    Would be interesting if you could switch to a saddle seat on the Enfield. Rest of the bike is simply amazing.

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    @Umer009,
    No offence brother but you keep quoting references to your dad's Triumph Tiger Cub in different threads comparing the bike with legends like BSA B31, Triumph TRW, Matchless G80 etc. These were among the most cerished thumpers of their times due to their reliability, excellent performance and great handling. The Tiger Cub was Triumph's response to Japanese invasion in the auto industory and consumer's demand for light weight daily commuters. It's all together a different bike. So please don't compare an apricot with an organge. BTW, I have used Tiger Cub as a daily runner in the past and I can tell you it is not as bad as your father experienced. That specific bike may have been poorly handled or maintained by shade treee mechanics. Tiger Cub never had collector's appeal except for the early plunger models introduced in the mid 1950's

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    @razaksyed
    well it was actually a 1966 model, that got these issues, and not one my uncle got 1963 model and it has completely different story,
    he had its engine rebuild from especially rawalpindi as there were its specialist mechanics at that time , and on return to lahore near mangla , he hears a faint sound of connecting rod , he moves own, and ill he reached lahore , whole connecting road and weight were producing sounds u cant imagine
    The craze for the tiger cubs ended after Japan produced its first ever two strokes , suzuki 80cc and later on 100cc which proved to be highly relaible machines over the years ,
    Well i cant say about the bigger models of triumph , maybe ur right and they arent of the quality of the cubs

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