Bought if off a photographer friend of mine. It had only 4700 miles on it and it was ten years old. I will not even tell you what I paid because it was probably the best deal on the planet.
2004 Triumph Thruxton (Black)
At the start of 2015 riding season I bought new tires, Pirelli Demons and they seem good. Although the rear one was put on backwards and I did not notice for 3K miles. It was fixed and as I write this on Christmas day 2015, I'm waiting for the rear wheel to be trued.
Pipes are not original and I'm not sure what brand they are. They do sound like a jackhammer though.
The Analog 3T (Thruxton Tail Tidy) Very clean and nice looking piece. I only wish he provided a plate to cover under the seat but it's not a big deal.
Last year 2014, I was in LA so I picked up a set of Works Performance rear shocks. Great product and super helpful people at the shop.
I picked up an LSL ignition relocation kit as I did not like the key under and to the left of the front light. I also bought a great little helmet lock. That thing is like a cup holder in a car. No bike should be without.
Wheel and Tire
I've always wanted a custom painted helmet so I had this Arai RQX painted by Jerrett Cangie at http://www.2tenths.com in Seattle. He did a great job and reasonably priced. This year I bought a Sena communicator as well.