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Old 05-06-07, 07:48 PM   #1
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randyjawa Canadian collection...

Thanks for the warm welcome and for those who indicated an interest in my bicycles, here is the better part of my Canadian collection.

1977 Cambio rino "2000" - restored
198? CCM "Seville" - as found
1975 CCM "Tour du Canada" - as found
198? Gardin "Special" - refurbished
1976 Marinoni "Quebec" - restored
198? Miele - Serial #17 - restored
1980 Makido "Cadence" - as found
1975 Sekine "SHT-270" - restored/upgraded

Most of these bicycles have been rebuilt again since the pictures were taken.

I do have a Peugeot PS28 and a few lesser Peugeot models. I also have a lae sixties CCM "Grand Prix", an all chrome road bicycle. I am always on the lookout for something to add to my collection but I am getting to be pretty fussy these days.
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Old 05-06-07, 09:12 PM   #2
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Most of these bicycles have been rebuilt again since the pictures were taken.
Pictures? Im not seeing any for some reason, sadly!
Hmm, Whats the Grand Prix like? Sounds interesting, I remember I saw a photo of a late 60s CCM flyer kinda thing and it showed it, was kinda hard to make out from the photo though, but it had fenders on it. Does it have a one piece steel crank? I think that bike was one of 3 ten speeds CCM did in the 60s, sadly they didnt seem to make any high quality one.. theres no schwinn paramount of Canada.
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This looks to be one of Randy's pages.
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I love the white peugeot PS23, I'd love to find one just like that some day.. only a 21" frame (if it exists!). Yours looks like one thats on ebay right now called a "Triathalon" that I would consider going for if it were my size, despite having to have it shipped from the US... gorgeous looking bikes in my opinion.
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Here's a teaser



check out some of his collection here:
http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/v/...hts-Collector/

I have perused it many times in the past.
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