surprise at local shop

Marilyn Mason masonjs at
Fri May 20 15:51:21 PDT 2011

My 2 best sources of parts for my Triumph are;

British Cycle Supply Co.
Wolfville NS

Walridge Motors
London ON


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "P T" <gpzer at>
To: "Jim Mason" <MASONJS at>
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: surprise at local shop

>I recently picked up a 1959 Norton Jubilee (250cc)
> It only needs a couple of parts to make it complete and ready to ride. The
> drain plug and oil fill cover both located on the left case.
> Do you have any idea where I could find those?  I've been looking with 
> very
> little success.
> PT
> x96
> Too many bikes (if there is such a thing)
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Marilyn Mason" <masonjs at>
>> I asked if he had rebuilt he BSA over the winter.  He said no that the
>> bike
>> was original right down to the tires and 902 miles on the odometer.
>> It really out shone the 1969 Triumph 250 rolling chassis I sold/traded a
>> couple of years ago.
>> I gave him the name of a couple of places to get original pattern
>> replacement tires
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