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TR250 and TR6 Companion
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REAR APRON BADGES, TR6
"Very Early Cloisonne Badge Is Now Available Along with Better-
Quality Late Badges"
A cloisonne enamel badge was used on very early TR6 models, a badge which
would have been a very nice match for the cloisonne front badge fitted up till 1974.
However, the cloisonne rear badge seems to have been fitted only up to 1970.  We have
manufactured the cloisonne badge through our badge source in Birmingham, and it is
beautiful.  We have also manufactured the later badge which is made with a foil
emblem.  We made this, as the only available products were rubbish, and we were
ashamed to sell them.  The Roadster Factory is a successful company because of our
commitment to maintaining original quality in all of the parts we provide.
Part No.
Description
No. Off
List Price
Your Price
Rear Apron Badge,
"TRIUMPH," with
1
199.95
cloisonne emblem, fitted up to comm.
no. CC51615 in 1970
Rear Apron Badge,
"TRIUMPH," later
1
32.95
type with stick on emblem , fitted after
comm. no. CC51615
Badge,
"OVERDRIVE," fitted with rear
1
21.95
apron badge
Bush,
friction, nylon, securing all badges
2
.55
BADGES AND EMBLEMS

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