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PLEASE HELP! I need help identifying a head badge and BB Cutout

Old 01-10-11, 09:11 PM
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PLEASE HELP! I need help identifying a head badge and BB Cutout

Below are the pics. This has Campy dropouts and does not have a visible serial number anywhere. I looked and 5 other very experienced people also looked. There are no other marks or panto letters on the frame. There is also no indication of what it could be.. It belonged to a guy that raced in Canada in the 80s. I would love to identify it so I can restore it with the original decals and ride it this spring. Who built this thing?
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Old 01-10-11, 10:17 PM
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Those both look homemade to me. Cut out looks like someone took a dremel or skilsaw to it.

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Neat. Post this in the regular C&V section. More readers over there.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
Those both look homemade to me. Cut out looks like someone took a dremel or skilsaw to it.
Yes, it looks very amateur to me.
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Holy Dremel Batman!

Functional perhaps.

Looks like one of my plumbing jobs.
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