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I was surfing the net a while ago and came accross a great Italian website that featured a bunch of modified/customized bonnevilles: pink ones, turbo-charged ones, etc. I've since lost the link. Has anyone else come across this site? If so, can you provide the address?
 

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You had me going there for a sec: A Bonnie turbo, and I didn't know about it!? That would be cool to see!

Well, all is back to normal, it was a pic of my streetbike. :(
 

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It sure is. Looks like a Harley fender on the rear. How about that mint green Bonnie? Talk about standing out in a crowd! Click on the "Special" button on the rhs to see all the customs, including the turbo! Also, check out that paint job on the Thruxton "Mooner!"
 

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Yeah, I recognized a couple too. Some others are from Mecatwin, some from Bella Corse. Still, it's nice to have one page with so many cool pics.
 

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I'm not sure, but I tried to visit that "numerotre" address and was directed to the offical Triumph website. So, if these ads are produced by the Italian Triumph team, why do they show so many different modifications on the bikes in the ads? All I've seen in N. American ads are bone-stock bikes, or at least bikes with Offical Triumph parts. Just look at the numerous after-market parts on that thing! Where do they all come from and why are they on a bike featured in a "factory" ad?
 
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