there are only ever a few scoots at the staford show. so i took a few snaps of what i saw.
the black and yellow bike is some type of 15 foot long dragster ( great if you need to nip to the shops ).
the cars here where all spotted on the way to our next stop on the sunday, these had met up on their way to wrexham for an owners day out.
what did i find at the stafford show ? boys toys, tools, etc, etc, and i found a few exhaust springs the same as the ones that come with the franz pipe at £1 each, these can be had from some dealer called exhausts2017 find them on the web
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I have never come across one or heard that Triumph had done a scoot. I really like it though and the £1500 asking price seems fair enough . Are they rare and are parts even harder to find if not impossible to find?
A mate of mine has a Maicoletta, lovely old things they are. Doubt he'll ever part with it.
Triumph did the T10 and Tina, can't remember if they were one and the same with a nickname. It was an auto. They also did the Tigress which was quite a handsome big machine of 175 IIRC that shared the bodywork with a BSA 250 whos name escapes me for the time being.
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Triumph Tigress and BSA Sunbeam much the same as Juan says but different sized engines, 250 is a twin cylinder I believe, Tina/T10 little auto scoot and quite rare and hard to get parts for. Maico very solid and stable scoot due largely to it's large wheels. Had a go on Neil's and it was pretty good but clutch was slipping a bit.
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