Does Royal Enfield do Anniversary issues better than Triumph?

Ishrub

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My mate of 35 years just added his 5th bike to the stable ( 1 0f 480 -240 of each) and I must say it is a stunner.
Continental GT 650 120 year Anniversary
The tanks finished in a stunning Black Chrome, which sits atop a beautiful black paint scheme for the remainder of the body.
Hand-painted pinstripes, an anniversary emblem, a handcrafted brass badge, color-matched special brown seat and grips, and unique serial numbers on their tanks are all part of the package.
That Black Chrome tank is glorious.
120 year Anniversary is a stretch just like Triumphs claims to history but RE is at least closer being the Indian part that produced the vast majority of them.



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RE have been in continuous production for for a year more than Triumph, and 2 years longer than HD. The Bullet was in continuous production for over 80 years. The factory moved to India in the '60s. Their new bikes are very well made.
 
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