Triumph 5T in Movies
Triumph TR5W? The car? I think it's a Citroên DS 21, because of the lights No, the bike (it is written above the picture ) The car is obviously a DS DS Break or Safari, type ambulance No, the bike (it is written above the picture ) The car is obviously a DS Terrot ??? Là aussi, ce serait de l'anglaise, que ça m'étonnerait pas. Les Terrot avaient un motif de réservoir très caractéristique... qui est absent ici. These are third type headlights of the Citroën ID/DS, modelyears 1968 - 1975. Bodyshape has nothing to do with enginesize. Most Ambulances were ID/DS20. All Break- (Safari-) versions - Ambulance included - were called ID till 1971. Modelyear 1972 and later they were called DS. Although actually there was no difference. Michel Coenen (Archive Citroën ID/DS Club Netherlands) The DS/IS has its own page where it was identified: /vehicle_61670-Citroen-ID-21-Ambulance-1968.html (and when I said "obviously a DS", I was meaning the DS/ID family) The aircraft is a Beechcraft King Air
Triumph twin from late '40's to mid '50's, could be either a 5T (SpeedTwin), 6T (Thunderbird) or T110 (Tiger)
Electra Glide in Blue
1949 Triumph 5T
Can we blow this one up a bit bigger? I think it is an early '50s Triumph. Thanks for that. Yes Triumph. As it has a rigid frame it should be late 1940s and will be 500cc. Call it a 1949 Triumph 5T and see if we get a reaction from someone who can be more precise!
Trip with the Teacher
Due to the shape of the engine/gearbox- Triumph?
Yes, the smaller 500cc engine.
Bergerac EP: 6.08
Even though it is very blurred picture we can see enough of the engine to see that it is a Triumph 5T, although the rest is very-much customised.
Ich, ein Groupie
It is the smaller (500cc) Triumph twin but can't see enough of it tell which model. It has non-original bars and fuel tank.
Scotland's Home Movies EP: 1.04
1949 Triumph 5T
From a 1950s amateur film called "Corky" (or maybe "Korky"??) filmed in Wishaw. Plate is CHS 507 (=1946), CMS (1949), GHS (1953) or GMS (early 1955). Triumph...
Triumph Speed Twin. Probably 1949 as it has the headlamp nacelle but is without the sprung hub rear suspension.
From the tank badges I would guess Triumphs but too hard to see properly. Ce sont des Triumph. Une des motos est plus visible sur l'image ci-dessous /vehicle_153526-Citroen-15-Six-H-1957.html
Probably Speed Twins - 5T - but they could also be 3Ts.
Filmavisen EP: 1947
1946 Triumph 5T
Triumph Speed Twin. Distinctive appearance of the top of the engine. A post WW2 model as it has telescopic forks.
Heights of Danger
1951 Triumph 5T
I think it says Triumph??
UK location means it is more likely to be a Speed Twin than a Thunderbird.
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Probably Norton of the Garde républicaine. But are these 57+ SS 500 or 60+ 99 Sport 600? http://www.motards-de-la-gendarmerie.info/marques.htm Le sigle sur le réservoir et la forme du bas-moteur font bien Yomphe? Dois-je conclure de cette sibylline remarque qu'à ton avis (autorisé), il s'agirait plutôt de Triumph ? La peste soit de ta timidité ! N'hésite pas à l'affirmer hautement et même à l'inscrire dans les petites cases. Bon, ben je vais l'inscrire, alors. Mais pour le modèle et l'année, est-il besoin de le préciser, je n'en sais rien. Triumph Speed Twin [5T] like here: /vehicle_153527-Triumph-Speed-Twin-5T.html
on 2nd picture there is also (on the right) a Norton 99