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BADGES AND EMBLEMS
BADGES, TR250
"TRF Offers the Best Badges Available for Your Triumph TR250
Sports Car"
The Roadster Factory shows its continuing devotion to the TR250 by stocking
genuine cloisonne badges made to the Triumph factory drawings by the original
manufacturer in Birmingham.  We would be ashamed to sell some of the badges offered
by other vendors, and we once recalled some of them which had been ordered by mistake
and shipped to customers.  In addition to the cloisonne badges, we have also tooled up
to make the rear fender badges and the overdrive badge to matching standards.  Your
TR250 deserves correct badges, and TRF is the only source.  Note that we are offering a
complete set of badges under one part number for the first time in this catalogue.
Part No.
Description
No.Off
List Price
Your Price
BADGE SET,
with overdrive badge and
1
559.95
a choice of fix nuts
BADGE SET,
without overdrive badge
1
549.95
but with a choice of fix nuts
Badge,
bonnet, "TR250," cloisonne
1
199.95
Badge,
trunk lid, "TRIUMPH," cloisonne
1
219.95
Badge,
trunk lid, "TR250," cloisonne
1
189.95
Badge,
rear fenders, "TR250," as original
1
36.95
Badge,
"OVERDRIVE," trunk lid, as
1
21.95
original; mounts with TRIUMPH badge
Nut,
spire, securing all badges
11
.55
Bush,
friction, nylon, securing all badges
11
.55
P.S.  The spire nuts will hold your badges in place.  Friction bushes may have been
original on some or all cars, but you need to know how to use them.  They are placed
in the holes from the outside, and the badges are pressed into them.  Putting them on
from behind like spire nuts is not a secure method of fitting these valuable badges.

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