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Old 01-11-19, 07:54 AM
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Great Input Lynn

Originally Posted by CV-6 View Post
Just don't be in a hurry to get it back.
Not in a hurry at all. I thought to start with the fork but you may have changed my mind. My latest campus/fixie rescued Italian was in bad shape when a re-chroming was done without good prep (rust). Then fork and frame got painted to hide the chroming, but it rides straight and no dents. I can get Tommasini to repaint for $800+ but it's not clear on striping of the two layers of flaking chrome and areas under the ST lugs that were rusted and not cleaned up. I will see what St Louis Plating can do for this nice old Tommasini SL frame/fork.
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