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The detailed models are fitted with real rubber tires and intricately painted by hand. The models are finely detailed and suitable for collectors, and nostalgic model railroaders alike.
The original: The Triumph Bonneville T100 is an undisguised motorcycle of the British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles. The Bonneville 790, from which the T100 derived constructively was presented at the Intermot motorcycle show in Munich in September 2000. The T100 was produced from 2002 to 2006 in the English Hinckley in Leicestershire, to be then fitted in Chonburi in Thailand. The sales designation T100 refers to the achievable maximum speed (161 km / h) was for sale starting at about 100 miles per hour. The name Bonneville as a model designation introduced a Triumph 1959. It is an allusion to the regular world record attempts that are being made ??on the dried up part of the eponymous Salt Lake in Utah. In tests with a prototype of the original Bonneville, the test driver Johnny Allen presented with 214.5 mph (about 345 km / h) set a new speed world record for motorcycles. The unfaired motorcycle T100 is the technical basis of a number of other bikes like the Thruxton and Scrambler, Triumph marketed under the product line Modern Classics. The Bonneville is the best selling Triumph motorcycle world.