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1953 Ariel Square Four

That's what I call service Mark,

I did sell that museum-quality Bonneville shortly after I acquired the Norton, which I still ride regularly. The Bonnie was a beautiful bike, but honestly, in my opinion, just doesn't hold a candle to the Combat Commando. I don't understand why the Triumphs command so much more money than the Nortons (I'm guessing the Norton is rarer as well?)

But this year my attention is focused on putting the finishing touches on my '53 Square 4, which took 2.5 years to recover from a thrown/broken rod. Paul was invaluable in the journey, but it cost me a fortune. A lovely bike to ride, though, and it will definitely be a keeper. Mine is pictured below: