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September 21, 2005

Paul Smith Triumph Motorcycle


British fashion designer Paul Smith has customized nine Triumph Bonneville T100 motorcycles (above and below), each one hand–painted with a unique design.

After being shown around the world in showrooms, tradeshows and design exhibitions, they'll be sold for $13,000 and up each.

Smith has also created two "limited edition" designs, featuring special hand–painted bodywork and mock–crocodile leather seats.

Fifty of each design will be produced for sale globally, with each individually numbered and authenticated with a certificate signed by Smith and Triumph owner John Bloor.


First come, first serve here, says Triumph.

September 21, 2005 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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