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Old 12-05-11, 10:32 PM   #201
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Here's my 86 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra.
That's a badass bike build. 'nough said.
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Old 12-06-11, 03:39 PM   #202
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1984 Stumpjumper Sport, 23"

Completely original including grips, saddle, cables, tires.

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Old 12-06-11, 09:10 PM   #203
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thumbs up for that stumpjumper!
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Old 12-07-11, 07:00 AM   #204
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My son's 1983 Stumpjumper Sport.

All original, and so clean it's embarrassing.

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Nice. I recently had a very helpful forum member facilitate this for me, a '93 Nuovo Classico. The Ultegra looks a little out of place but it shifts perfectly so it will stay for now. The stem/bars have to go, I am sure something will come up on CL one of these days.

The blue is incredible in person, it is a Waterford re-paint and seems to have a base layer of a white pearl that comes through in the sunlight. I will put a little white paint into the pantographs on the fork and seat stays once I find a good match.

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Nice. I recently had a very helpful forum member facilitate this for me, a '93 Nuovo Classico. The Ultegra looks a little out of place but it shifts perfectly so it will stay for now. The stem/bars have to go, I am sure something will come up on CL one of these days.

The blue is incredible in person, it is a Waterford re-paint and seems to have a base layer of a white pearl that comes through in the sunlight. I will put a little white paint into the pantographs on the fork and seat stays once I find a good match.

Beautiful Nuovo Classico!

TSX?

I have a Nuovo Classico frameset coming in the spring from Germany.

It has to be a team repaint, but is badged EL-OS.

It has the buttresses on the BB like a Primato.

As for Ultegra, it'll probably run quite well until you get the itch for an upgrade.

I haven't bothered changing the DA off of my Professional either.
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Old 12-08-11, 07:25 PM   #207
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Here's my old trek with 700x35c Panaracer Pasela tires
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Old 12-08-11, 07:31 PM   #208
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woah, that turned out great!!!!

i was debating those tires for my bianchi and after seeing this i really want them
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Old 12-08-11, 07:37 PM   #209
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They are good tires. These seem to run a bit big. I got mine from nashbar for like $12 or 14 each.

edit: just bought a set of 700x28c for my mustache motomess
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Old 12-08-11, 07:45 PM   #210
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They are good tires. These seem to run a bit big. I got mine from nashbar for like $12 or 14 each.

edit: just bought a set of 700x28c for my mustache motomess
do you have calipers or something you can measure the cross section and height with? i didnt think 35s would cause an issue but your fork clearance looks tight.
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Old 12-08-11, 07:54 PM   #211
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Yeah the clearance is pretty tight. Actually come to think of it, they fit just like my cross tires lol
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Old 12-08-11, 07:56 PM   #212
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Beautiful Nuovo Classico!

TSX?

I have a Nuovo Classico frameset coming in the spring from Germany.

It has to be a team repaint, but is badged EL-OS.

It has the buttresses on the BB like a Primato.

As for Ultegra, it'll probably run quite well until you get the itch for an upgrade.

I haven't bothered changing the DA off of my Professional either.
Thanks! Yes, it is TSX, it is a very light bike. I got a good deal on a set of Chris King hubs laced to Open Pros awhile back and they will go on this bike to make it even lighter.
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Old 12-10-11, 04:49 PM   #215
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Here's my built-up FrankenSchwinn (haven't been able to figure out the model, and the year is either '85 or '75) with a freehub, Origin8 seat, and Soma track handlebars.
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Old 12-12-11, 06:34 AM   #216
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Gorgeous Chrome Paramount! BTW, are those Weinmann 610 centerpulls? I have a '72 Chrome Paramount P-15 with Campy NR sidepulls. Are those rims 700C or original 27"?
Basically stock, except for new Kenda tires. Definitely Weinmann centerpulls, but I can't
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changer- put the old Gran Turismo into a box in the garage.....where it belongs.
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Old 12-15-11, 04:30 PM   #217
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Just picked these up today. A 1952 Birmingham Phillips 3 speed, Raleigh Sports womens bike and a Sears 70's 3 speed.












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Old 12-16-11, 05:16 AM   #218
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That Sears 70's 3 speed looks to be a Puch
-some pretty impressive finds all the way round, Elad 63 .
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Latest pic of my 70cm road bike
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Old 12-17-11, 06:19 PM   #220
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1973 SUPERSPORT. This winter's restoration project


NEW 1972 P-15 Paramount (Touring model) 1 of a matched pair


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Old 12-17-11, 07:16 PM   #221
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I'm 6'7" so if you ever wnna sell that Raleigh prestige I'd be interested.
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Just picked this one up as a commuter...it needs tuning, but it rides well.





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Old 12-20-11, 05:43 PM   #223
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Just picked this one up as a commuter...it needs tuning, but it rides well.





That's a beauty.

I've been known to ride some nice bicycles to work from time to time.

It would be a shame to coat this one with road salt though.
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Very nice.............at 6'7" I'd love to ride a bike that big..........would be nice not to have to raise the seat so high for me
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My only excuse for posting another picture of the Sabatini is because I put on some "new" wheels that have Mavic Record Du Monde De L'heure gold rims and a new 13-21 Regina Oro freewheel. The tubs are Vittoria Competition Rallys and I will assume they might be a bit nicer riding than the Yellow Jersey tubulars that are on the original wheels.



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