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#MIN122133501 - 1962 Triumph TR6 Trophy Motorcycle - Army Green (1:12 Scale)

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1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 T120 Motorcycle - Blue and Grey 1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 T120 Motorcycle - Blue and Grey (1:12 Scale)

The Triumph Bonneville was first produced in 1959 and remained on the market in different variants up to 1988. The high-performance, twin-carburetor fed version of the 650cc engine was derived from the existing Triumph T110 Tiger. Its maximum power of 46bhp was sufficient for a top speed of over 110mph.

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2004 Triumph Rocket III Street Motorcycle - Black 2004 Triumph Rocket III Street Motorcycle - Black (1:12 Scale)

The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime.

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2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite 2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite (1:12 Scale)

The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime.

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2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Red 2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Red (1:12 Scale)

The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime.

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3rd Issue: 1959 Triumph Bonneville T120 Motorcycle - Grey and Blue 1959 Triumph Bonneville T120 Motorcycle - Grey and Blue (1:12 Scale)

Triumph began in 1883 when Siegfried Bettmann emigrated to Coventry in England from Nuremberg, part of the German Empire. In 1884, Bettmann, aged 20, founded his own company, the S. Bettmann & Co. Import Export Agency, in London.

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1962 Triumph TR6 650 Trophy Motorcycle used by Steve McQueen in The Great Escape 1962 Triumph TR6 650 Trophy Motorcycle used by Steve McQueen in "The Great Escape" (1:12 Scale)

The Great Escape, written by James Clavell and W.R. Burnett and directed by John Sturges is an acclaimed 1963 World War II film, based on a true story about Allied POWs with a record for escaping from POW camps. The Nazis and Gestapo placed them in a new more secure German camp, from which they promptly formed a plan to break out 250 men.

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1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane Motorcycle - Orange and Red 1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane Motorcycle - Orange and Red (1:12 Scale)

The idea of the X75 was developed by Don Brown, who was the sales manager of the American importer in Nutley/ New Jersey. When he saw the new 750 Rocket3 in 1967, he was shocked. In his opinion the triple for the US-biker was way too conservative.

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1939 Triumph Tiger 100 Motorcycle - Silver 1939 Triumph Tiger 100 Motorcycle - Silver (1:12 Scale)

The Triumph Tiger 100 (T100) was a British motorcycle first made by Triumph at their Coventry factory for 1939. With the runaway sales success of the Triumph Speed Twin, Edward Turner's mind turned to further developing the potential of his new parallel twin motor.

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1962 Triumph TR6 Motorcycle - Army Green 1962 Triumph TR6 Trophy Motorcycle - Army Green (1:12 Scale)

The Triumph TR6 Trophy was introduced in 1956 and lasted until 1973, when it was replaced by the 750cc TR7. During this time it was a successful model, particularly in the US. The competition variant, popularly known as the "desert sled", won numerous competitions throughout the late 1950s and 1960s. The bike's appearance in The Great Escape and Steve McQueen's fondness for the model are well known.

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1961 Triumph TR6 Motorcycle - Silver and Red 1961 Triumph TR6 Motorcycle - Silver and Red (1:12 Scale)

For the 1961 Triumph TR6, gone was the previous "A" & "B" designations introduced in 1960. The new nomenclature was TR6R for 'Roadster' with low pipes & TR6C for 'Competition', the enduro version with high pipes. All went by the model name "Triumph Trophy".

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1939 Triumph Speed-Twin Motorcycle - Red 1939 Triumph Speed-Twin Motorcycle - Red (1:12 Scale)

When the Great Depression hit in 1929, Triumph spun off its German subsidiary as a separate, independently owned company, which became part of the Triumph-Adler Company. The Nuremberg firm continued to manufacture motorcycles under the Triumph brand until 1957.

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