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Old 02-01-18, 01:41 AM
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Let your imagination be your only limitation...







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Old 02-01-18, 01:50 AM
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Me? Yeah, I got chrome.





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Old 02-01-18, 02:39 AM
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Got some old chrome

stripping the carlton
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Old 02-01-18, 04:20 AM
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Oh boy!!!

Time to re-upload the black chrome High Sierra!


@Drillium Dude Doesn’t that “re-up...” thing give you nightmares.... or just a bad dream from a long time ago now?
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47 year old chrome:









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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post

@Drillium Dude Doesn’t that “re-up...” thing give you nightmares.... or just a bad dream from a long time ago now?
Honestly, 3+ years on and I miss it! Getting back to school is focusing my efforts, though, so no time for looking backwards

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More chrome:







Great pics, everyone - please keep 'em coming!

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Okay, how bizarre is this:



Yep, Campagnolo bar end shifters.

Yep, chromed.

Why, I can't say.
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What’s visible. The rest is under the 30-year old paint.
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Imagination Chrome is ok? ('78ish Carlton Raleigh Competition)

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funny how the chromed Nervex lugs keep showing up.....

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