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Hello, I have recently acquired a 1948 T100 parts bike or basket case. I am located in Northern California near Chico. I am not new to vintage bikes however I have never worked on a Brit bike. I have been playing with antique American bikes for a couple decades. The bike I picked up is shy a couple pieces (sheet metal, gauges, front brake, headlight, front fork stanchions) and probably more that I am just unaware of yet. The engine, transmission and rear wheel and brake assembly appear to be relatively complete.
Can anyone point me In the right direction for things like exploded parts diagrams, reference materials, books I need to acquire and best sources for replacement parts? I have spent the last 48 hours scouring the web to find information but am probably just using he wrong search terms.
I look forward to meeting some quality folks through the forum.
Thank you very much.
-Warren
 

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