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Who is the mystery engine,

Discussion in 'Triumph (Classic)' started by Fast Eddie, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. Fast Eddie

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  2. grandpaul

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    My guess is that the chap who prepared the engine is named Blinkerfield.

    Did You Notice The Seller Likes To Capitalize most of The First Letters of Words, even Though they May Not Be Proper Nouns?
     
  3. Fast Eddie

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    That’s my guess too GP, but he says it like it means something, like it’s a selling point, but I’ve never heard of him. I wondered if it was just me?
     
  4. kommando

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    Somethings gone wrong when he copy and pasted the description across, his website calls it a Neil Beadling 930cc Engine,

    http://www.racing-motorcycles.co.uk/forsale.php

    Who is a recognised Trident big bore specialist.

    On his website there is no mention of Blinkerfield, must be a dodgy spell checker or he was pissed. A good way to never sell it ;)
     
  5. Fast Eddie

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    Ok, thanks for that.

    I know Neil well, a Beadling 930 engine is most definitely a strong selling point!
     
  6. Fast Eddie

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    Sounds like something George Fornby would ride “The Blinkerfield Bomber”...!
     
  7. auldblue

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    Looked up the web site, I think? It appears that some of the bikes are from the Morray motorcycle museum, in Elgin .
     

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