I did have some Dunlop rims rechromed by a supposedly reputable company, and depite being told not to, they polished out the makers name! I might as well have bought some of the decent quality pattern rims that are available.I just went out and hit them quickly with some Quik Glo so I could get a better look at the markings. With some proper elbow grease and the right process, they might clean up really well.
My 1964 T120C had 4x small rubber bungs where the screw holes were for the parcel rack..That looks like a West Coast 1965? Did it come with the tank rack fitted? I have a '65 T120C TT awaiting restoration and was unsure whether to fit the tank rack or not. Some people say that the racks were not fitted to the TT Specials, or were removed by the dealer prior to sale. It would be interesting to know if your's had it from new.
you would feel better about the triumph chainguard if you also owned a BSAI will also add that the chainguard on these bikes is quite a diabolical contraption. I don’t know who designed it but they should call the engineering school they attended and ask for a refund. It was quite a Rubik’s cube to get out of there past the rear fender and wheel. I had to take the shock out to gain clearance to remove it. Maybe I am missing something, if so I would appreciate an education.
Really? I find that hard to believe.you would feel better about the triumph chainguard if you also owned a BSA