What a shame.
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What a shame.
Thanks kindly Ed.
Funny looking cat
Service Course is not the model name.
Pretty bike. I like that color.
Based on that packaging I was going to guess parts for a nuclear accelerator.
Your stash of old horses?
Nice. Like those colored Velox plugs.
Oliver is looking good. If a little...determined there. Handsome devil. I like the white mustache.
And Argus accepted her without problems? Very good indeed. Good looking couple. :)
Nice to see Sacha again, Jeff.
Great pics everyone. Keep them coming.
Just love dem cats.
But didn't mean to step on your possible sale to Darth.
Please, by all means...if he is interested in them.
Looks pretty good together.,glad you like the hoods. Just one thing though, if I may.
Put that brake cable behind the bars, on the left side of the stem looking at it from the saddle.
Didn't see this til just now Gus. Like I said, the work you did for me was perfect.
I recommend you to anyone who is looking for decals.
Me too Ed. Glad you said it.
I'm not going to mention what I paid for stuff.
But I got a very nice deal on my Frejus, I think.
But the best part of the deal was meeting the guy who sold it to...
Somehow I missed these on the first viewing. Those look very nice.
Would love to see close up pics, if you're still around, Vieux.
I would be concerned about this too, Jim. Just not the right tool for the job. However, a clever mechanic who has a bench grinder could shape the business end of a round drift punch to fit up to the...
Should you score the bike, you could always swap out the wheel set for a set of 700 clinchers.
Where is this bike located ?
Heh heh …
No, of course you don't have to answer that question....
I like my Campagnolo tools. They're beautiful and extremely well made. And a joy to use. Except the BB lock ring tool, IMO. Always have trouble keeping it aligned so it doesn't slip off the edge. I...
Depends. I think.
On the bike.
The good stuff generally isn't cheap anymore.
Thanks Kactus. Hope they work out well for you.
I believe they could Due ruote. Thanks.
I wasn't aware those were still available.
This is the age of constructing monuments to oneself.
To me sealant in tubulars is an idea that doesn't appeal.
I just fix the puncture, when I get around to it.