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Anyone recall a thread where an owner had fitted retro red/white grahics to his OE please?
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My search of the forum failed! There is soooo much good stuff on here biggrin

Someone asked about vintage or retro graphics on a TTR and I can picture a beautifully turned out OE with Honda-style red and white graphics and maybe even a red frame but darned if I can find the thread and photos cry

Can anyone else remember it and maybe help find the thread please?

Brian



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I saw this on ebay a couple months ago, nice red/black graphics and a red frame, advertised for £2500.Looked totally restored.It sold in days.I think you can get the same graphic kit in Blue/Purple from DD graphics .co.uk.

Maybe not the post you was thinking of , but that's the only red frame TTR I've seen lol.

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An 'OE' is the earlier model, steel tank, not the blue plastic tank version ?

Gadget turned his 250 into a TT350 replica - red & white graphics, red frame. I'm not sure which model TTR he started with.

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An 'OE' is the earlier model, steel tank, not the blue plastic tank version ?

Gadget turned his 250 into a TT350 replica - red & white graphics, red frame. I'm not sure which model TTR he started with.


Any chance you might have a link please? I still can't find the thread cry 



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Is it not in the 350 megathread?

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dlee22 wrote:

Is it not in the 350 megathread?


Thanks Dan - I persevered and found it wink



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Show us then wink



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ttr steve wrote:

Show us then wink


 Vintage TT350 look.jpg



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dlee22 wrote:

Is it not in the 350 megathread?


 Thankyou.



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