doesn't suprise me too much. For the last 5 or 6 years I've noticed a lot of classic and retro style british and european bikes being used in ad campaigns, movies, and such. The only problem with it is, the yuppy guys in the pics would never ride machines like that. The bikes require too muck work and those guys' finger nails are way too clean. :-D
Being a high pipe fan (Commando S) I think a Truxton would look Bitchen with the Tunderbike set up. The only issue
would be the right hand battery box cover, and that is no big deal to modify. After market side covers are cheap. There is a enough gear heads on this forum that anything will fit with time and money.
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