Why, this, of course.
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Why, this, of course.
Nobody mentioned Pastali. Probably because it sucks.
Another for Mastik. Doesn't allow much time though.
Wow a Cat-Eye CC-1000! Been kinda looking for one!
You should have black cloth bar tape and gum Weinmann hoods, IIRC.
Also, I believe 1980's were England built.
Agreed, as is The Scarlet Pimpernel and The Three Musketeers.
On a different note, somewhere I have a collection of Roald Dahl's short stories which were very entertaining. Believe me, he's not...
The Winter of Our Discontent by John Steinbeck. Interesting morality study and a departure from his earlier, more well known works.
No, they're quite worth keeping. Nice find. A good future project might be relacing the wheels with stainless spokes, which will give you a chance to polish those nice hubs.
Let's see...last I rode this was '86...according to tosrv.org there were 4,600 riders and it got bigger after that before it declined in the '90s. Compared to today, the courtesy and paceline...
Completed TOSRV (Tour of the Scioto River Valley), 2 days, 210 miles plus mileage to/from hotel and getting lost...probably about 225.
The Old Horse ran fine, save for a broken chain at the peak...
And when you get it all figured out, get your spokes from Lee, ebay is Childhood_dreams, email is email@example.com. Any quantity, any length. Trust me.
If so I'll be the skinny guy on this:
A very useful braze-on on my now-departed '82 Trek 620 was the chain hanger peg on the inside of the driveside seatstay, just above the FW. Loved it.
Hurry! There's still time!
Have sets of 1st and 2nd gen D/A, LMK via PM.
Just be very careful with rubbing compound and anything more than a mild abrasive - I've polished down into the primer before.
And...my personal Box Of Crap is usable.
Never thought about it, but now that I do, always from the drive side.
Odd, I'm right footed.
Left handed and left footed are two very different things.
Yes it was received as shown. Probably left the last crapper's place OK but it was too stuffed to survive.
Another note - when inserting crap, please take care to protect it. I launched several...
According to the USPS, the BOC is out for delivery to M A V's place in sunny Florida...
BOC received during the past week - sorry for the delay, it was a rotten time to be in Atlanta. Is now repacked and ready to move on.
As I received it it was bustin' full o' crap:
Wonder where you get repro decals for that?
you guys are the pros - doing excellent work. From the sidelines, would a standard rivet setter for an air hammer be of use?
Wow...that's 0.200"! Does leather come that thick?
Anyhow, I think the results look great and it gives me a thought of doing the same myself someday...like I need another project...
Some more points of reference from mine, as received from original owner, date ~1981
Head lugs, Seatstay, brake bridge, and chainstay→dropout interface all appear different. Year of manufacture...
Amazing how little corrosion it takes to freeze a post or stem...for all the effort you'd have figured rust would be coming off in deep flakes.
Ummm...yep. Gotta do some panning to find the nuggets. Takes time. Find the recent newbie thread for eyes-on indicators.