A Triumph NSD combo at an intriguing location, not too sure what is going on in the background there, perhaps a seaside hotel? The NSD was Triumph's replacement for their upmarket sidevalve model, the SD. In reality the new NSD didn't owe a lot to the SD apart from a shared engine capacity of 550cc and the single cylinder side-valve format. The NSD was introduced mid term in 1928 and dropped in 1930.
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|Triumph NSD on holiday.