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    Thunderbird Sport value

    Have the offer from a mate it buy his 2004 TBS, 18k one previous owner. Small scab on the right exhaust and a broken indicator mount from being laid on its side.

    Any idea of value? Fair price that leaves us both happy..

    Thanks

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    Condition is all important ..... £4000 to £4500
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    I'd say 3500. TS is the most desirable of the bunch but my Legend was hell to shift last summer. Agree that condition is important though. Sound awsome with Rayguns on....straight thru'

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    Yep £4000 sounds right
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    I sold this for £5000 about 3 years ago

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    Thank you all - I have the beginnings of a long term project hatching


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    Then you need to talk to Steve Turner. He's based at Egham in Surrey

    http://www.retrocaferacer.com/index.html

    He manufacturers those seat units, mudguards and undertrays for the Thunderbird

    He also supplies complete body kits in factory colours amongst other things

    He's a top bloke
    2016 BMW R1200 GS Triple Black
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    2002 Triumph Bonneville (Desert Sled)
    2003 Triumph Daytona 955i (Rob North Replica)
    2001 Yamaha T-Max Mk1


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    Then you need to talk to Steve Turner. He's based at Egham in Surrey

    http://www.retrocaferacer.com/index.html

    He manufacturers those seat units, mudguards and undertrays for the Thunderbird

    He also supplies complete body kits in factory colours amongst other things

    He's a top bloke


    That's not far away - (neither is Tunneruk who tells me he is currently painting a Triumph special)

    Going to see it tonight armed with cash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    Then you need to talk to Steve Turner. He's based at Egham in Surrey

    http://www.retrocaferacer.com/index.html

    He manufacturers those seat units, mudguards and undertrays for the Thunderbird

    He also supplies complete body kits in factory colours amongst other things

    He's a top bloke

    Got the bits for my TBS from Steve and he is a top bloke for sure
    Wish i'd have kept mine now but working abroad and no usage, 70 miles between the last two MOT's, sold it to the bloke that owned the business, great bikes and sound fantastic with TOR's. Values are still appreciating and £6k for a nice one is not unheard of.

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