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Old 04-28-22, 04:43 PM
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Mystery saddle

Wondering if anyone on here recognizes the designs on this saddle. It looks like a custom design on a re-covered Selle San Marco frame. Its a cool design and must have had meaning for someone.

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Old 04-28-22, 04:51 PM
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I dunno but its pretty cool
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Crying in my soup?
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I keep losing in cyclocross? (soup makes me feel better though)
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I’m gonna guess belonged to someone named Campbell whose nickname is/was “Soup”.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
I’m gonna guess belonged to someone named Campbell whose nickname is/was “Soup”.
Indeed. Campbell was his name, and he got sent up for 5-10 at Rikers. The three teardrops were buddies that died in the same heist. He got the "soup" neck tat from Sailor Jerry in D Block in trade for a pack of smokes and clean urine.
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