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Old 03-16-09, 07:45 PM   #1
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Update for Panasonic nuts

Greetings Panasonic nuts,

Just a few updates for everyone. First of all, the Panasonic Bike Museum web site is now on its own server, so if you have old bookmarks pointing to the old subdomain (panabike.s-cars.org) you'll want to update them to panasonicbikemuseum.info

The web site registration issues have been sorted as well as the classified ad system issue. Fun fun.

The most interesting news is that two new databases have been added. The first is a market data to log recent sales or acquisitions. If you have bought or sold a Panasonic bicycle lately, please take a moment to record your transaction (and hey, be honest please?)
http://panasonicbikemuseum.info/?cat=306



The second database is a serial number / owner registry. Add your Panasonic bike(s) to the list at the URL below...
http://panasonicbikemuseum.info/?cat=246



Thanks, and enjoy. :-)

Darin
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Old 03-17-09, 08:36 AM   #2
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Thanks for all of your hard work, I am (probably) going to be a Panasonic owner soon----what do you think of this frame on CL? The fork looks like it could need some touch-up paint but I have a nice set of Shimano 600/Mavic SUP wheels to go on it....

http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/bik/1072975706.html
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Thanks for all of your hard work, I am (probably) going to be a Panasonic owner soon----what do you think of this frame on CL? The fork looks like it could need some touch-up paint but I have a nice set of Shimano 600/Mavic SUP wheels to go on it....

http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/bik/1072975706.html


1986 DX-5000... pretty sweet frame. They aren't very common to see around these days either. I'd certainly snag it and save it for $150 especially if you've already got parts for it. Keep us posted!
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