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Old 05-27-24, 10:37 AM
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Alex with the bike 7444 - going on limb and probably missing pages in the Book. first page I am seeing is 75028 which I would bet was June of 1974. I would say that was one of the first bikes made in Tucson at the shop on Prince Road.
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Old 05-27-24, 12:47 PM
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The name was Everett Woo
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Old 05-27-24, 05:06 PM
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Swongman - if this frame is a 19.5 inch, then I just found it. Number 75043 made in July of 1974. Vitus tubing and prugnat lugs. name on the book was Woo.
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Old 05-27-24, 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by selaing
Swongman - if this frame is a 19.5 inch, then I just found it. Number 75043 made in July of 1974. Vitus tubing and prugnat lugs. name on the book was Woo.
Awesome thanks!
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Cinelli Guy - yes frame 5240 was originally made for Moorhouse. This was made probably early in 1977. It was classified as a Super Cross.
Been off the C&V for a few days, and thank for this information. Can you define a Super Cross? I want to put that information on the Classic Rendezvous site.

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Sorry Super Corsa not Super Cross
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