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With a box office take of over $1.5 billion, Jurassic World is already part of movie history. And now one of the blockbuster's vehicular stars is up for sale.

British motorcycle company Triumph delivered three of its Scramblers for use on the shoot, and two of them are already spoken for. Chris Pratt—the on-screen raptor wrangler who rode the bike—took one home, and Triumph claimed the other for its company museum. The third is headed to eBay.

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In the video above, Pratt admits to dumping one of the machines. Hopefully, that was the one he claimed.

While this example is billed as "custom," its look could be easily replicated by checking a couple of option boxes at your local Triumph dealer—or just some judicious use of Plasti Dip. But regardless of who was in the seat previously, the vintage-styled, 865-cc twin-cylinder should be a hoot to ride on or off the road.

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Whether any of the burly Unimogs or G63 6x6s Mercedes-Benz brought to the movie set will be offered in a similar sale remains to be seen. But we'll keep you posted if we learn anything.

The Triumph Scrambler eBay auction runs through Sunday, August 2. Proceeds will be donated to the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, which raises money to battle prostate cancer.

Jurassic Park Triumph Scrambler

Jurassic Park Triumph Scrambler


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