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    This would probably be one of the loveliest...

    This would probably be one of the loveliest clubmans you will likely ever encounter. It is my (first) 1950 Norman Rapide which I obtained from rhm. It's a great riding machine besides.
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    This has been quite entertaining on many levels....

    This has been quite entertaining on many levels. I'm glad it turned out well in the end. Being somewhat cynical and negative, I doubted it would reappear.
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    Correct, I have one that is from the Fred Kelley...

    Correct, I have one that is from the Fred Kelley days. Late 80's, Columbus SLX with mostly Mavic groupset. Nice riding bicycle. Don't know what one is worth, though I got a pretty good deal on mine.
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    Holy moly, that is crajee! Let's hope that it...

    Holy moly, that is crajee! Let's hope that it shows up. I know you were pretty excited about getting your hands on this machine, so I can't even imagine the disappointment you must be feeling right...
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    That is funny. :)

    That is funny. :)
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    What's wrong with using the term seatpin? I like...

    What's wrong with using the term seatpin? I like the term a lot.
  7. http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmen...

    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=445639&d=1429284178

    I really like the ad. The king giving up his horse for a bicycle is hilarious.
  8. Given the ashtabula chainset, it appears to be...

    Given the ashtabula chainset, it appears to be American made. To my eye it looks like it may have been made by Columbia or Huffman.
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    Like this?

    http://www.bikeforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=445616&d=1429274231
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    And let's not forget those ratios that are so...

    And let's not forget those ratios that are so close as to be effectively the same. Your 12-ratio drive system may be something more like an 8- or 9-ratio system. That's one issue you'll not encounter...
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    Many thanks for the offer. I might just take you...

    Many thanks for the offer. I might just take you up on that. :) I'll try ringing you some time this week to give you the lowdown.
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    Thanks man. It's been over a month now and it's...

    Thanks man. It's been over a month now and it's painful living in a hotel, but it is what it is.
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    I hope that one day we'll be able to do the same,...

    I hope that one day we'll be able to do the same, believe me. :)
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    Given that the claim is still active, I'm not...

    Given that the claim is still active, I'm not saying too much. Let's suffice it to say the driver was impaired, had a suspended drivers licence and far from adequate insurance coverage. I'm stuck...
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    I don't wanna hi-jack this thread but, yes, it is...

    I don't wanna hi-jack this thread but, yes, it is our house - specifically our new house. :cry: You didn't recognize the Sprinter behind the house, eh? ;)
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    That is our new home. Closed on January 30. House...

    That is our new home. Closed on January 30. House got hit at 5:05 AM, March 12. We hadn't even finished moving into the place when it happened. We are frequently up and about by 5 AM, but I was on...
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    :lol: That's a given. At least I brought the beer.

    :lol: That's a given. At least I brought the beer.
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    So you ain't heard about this, eh? ...

    So you ain't heard about this, eh?

    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8645/16586980947_875cb6575d_b.jpg
    Car Crashes Into House - 2 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr
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    Sorry I wasn't able to make the ride, but happy I...

    Sorry I wasn't able to make the ride, but happy I was able to make it to hang out and drink some beer. :)

    I am hopeful that things can only improve from where they are now. We'll have to see.
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    L'Ombra New Jersey - April 11 C&V ride

    I have beer for when y'all arrive back. :) Six different kinds from which to choose. I heard from Rudi a little bit ago and am now waiting for the peloton to appear.
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    Well, sort of... The 24t cog is actually a Sachs...

    Well, sort of... The 24t cog is actually a Sachs or SRAM. It just works and allows use of modern derailleur chains, which the older SA cogs don't.
  22. Kimberly-Clark clause invoked. RobbieTunes wins!

    Kimberly-Clark clause invoked. RobbieTunes wins!
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    +1 Oh so true!

    +1 Oh so true!
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    I typically don't consider a bicycle if it has a...

    I typically don't consider a bicycle if it has a derailleur. If it's a claw type setup that's easily remedied, but if it's integral to the dropout I won't even consider it. I don't like drewing...
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    Hehehe. Nice alternate usage. :thumb:

    Hehehe. Nice alternate usage. :thumb:
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