Old 09-12-17, 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ollo_ollo View Post
Once you get into renovating one of these SS, it ends up costing more $$ than you expected, even when you got the bike cheap and have all kinds of used, slightly beat up, quality parts available. The result is still a nice vintage bike with a Cadillac ride though. Don
You're right, although I like those frames and the opaque blue paint. I know the bike won't be worth what I put into it but I'm old and just chase what I like plus, as most can tell by some of the questions I've asked, this be my first attempt at putting a bike together without its original parts. I'm learning from you all. As an added bonus, the weather here in Detroit is still nice so working conditions and my beer supply continue to facilitate my attempts at finding or building the ultimate vintage ride!
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