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Old 10-16-12, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by gomango View Post
My wife is very thankful I show some serious self control with my car and sailboat hobbies.

I will leave it at that.

edit: There goes the self control. Temptation calls. Going to see her tomorrow. I wonder how many bicycles I may have to clear for this baby.



Nice ! Let us know the outcome !!

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I have the 4 bikes in my sig. Plus my girlfriend's bike, and 2 frames that will eventually become bikes for friends. Who knows when.
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Originally Posted by -holiday76 View Post
about 10' x 13'


Majority of mine are 60-62 cm.
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2002's there is a flashback.

I started my working lofe as an European mechanic and I have seen my far share of 2002's

there was only one I took fond of.

you can do the numbers on the rarity on this...
BMW 2000 (hatchback version)
TII
ALPINA

its below 400 units....

around 1988 it cam in for a full repaint,
some details were 4 wheel crossdrilled discs, swaybars adjustable
5 speed, 2 tone silvergray,and alpina wheels.

other then that a 2002 was a car school boys would buy just so they can brag they got a BMW,
they were tired,badly maintained,boys had no money to keep them going- they got the nickname bmtroubleyou.
or BMW =bring money with....

Now If I could have any BMW out there it would be this-
this was one hot car in its day- 1988 only 400 brought in the country,
256hp, full leather electric seats and as fast as a 911.
oooh baaaaby!


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Originally Posted by puchfinnland View Post
2002's there is a flashback.

I started my working lofe as an European mechanic and I have seen my far share of 2002's

there was only one I took fond of.

you can do the numbers on the rarity on this...
BMW 2000 (hatchback version)
TII
ALPINA

its below 400 units....

around 1988 it cam in for a full repaint,
some details were 4 wheel crossdrilled discs, swaybars adjustable
5 speed, 2 tone silvergray,and alpina wheels.

other then that a 2002 was a car school boys would buy just so they can brag they got a BMW,
they were tired,badly maintained,boys had no money to keep them going- they got the nickname bmtroubleyou.
or BMW =bring money with....

Now If I could have any BMW out there it would be this-
this was one hot car in its day- 1988 only 400 brought in the country,
256hp, full leather electric seats and as fast as a 911.
oooh baaaaby!


German cars like that BMW drive really nice.....but dang!, you really have to have a lot of money to keep up such cars.......as they are not as reliable as most people think.

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3 in victoria, 1 in vancouver, 4 in whitehorse. I ride 2 most of the time now. Is that 8? Hard to believe as 10 used to be the magic number. 8 is a good number but will add a ninth in 2013 and maybe turn over one bike. I want a singular peregrine.

The coolest and the only one I have never ridden, the 1971 Corky Gulbransen. The best? 2011 Giant Anthem 29er X1, for pure grins. Nothing is as fun as flying down twisty single track on a full suspension 29er like this.
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Here's my list of 7 bikes. 7 is more than enough for me, and at this point I'd rather spend the money on better gear, upgrades, and maybe professional restoration. Still, I cruise the local CL and if a once in a lifetime bike comes along I'll try for it.

I've bought and sold several bikes over the past couple of years. During the "gap" between the Lotus and the Jackson I owned and rode a few ti and carbon bikes.

1. 1973 Mercian Professional, 60cm, purple, made by Mercian Cycles, Reynolds 531 DB tubing, mostly Campy NR, purchased frame at Campus Bike Shop in Columbus, Ohio in 1973, Serial # 64473, with a distant stray 5 on other side of bb shell.



2. 1972/73 Peugeot track bike, 60cm, white, made in Beaulieu, France by Cycles Peugeot, Reynolds 531 DB tubing, Campy Record Pista, gift from my father for Christmas 1973, he purchased it at Campus Bike Shop, Serial # 11094 (on left rear “dropout”)



3. 1983/84 Lotus Competition, 60cm, oxide green, made by Tsunoda in Japan, Columbus tubing, Campy NR, Serial # DH119897



4. 2000 custom Bob Jackson Special Tourist, 23in., red with chrome Nervex lugs, made by Bob Jackson Cycles in Leeds, England established as J.R.J. Cycles in 1935, Reynolds 531 tubing, Shimano 3 x 9 Ultegra, Serial # W23429



5. 2011 Rivendell A. Homer Hilsen, 61cm, pearl blue, designed by Grant Petersen and made by Waterford Precision Cycles (run by Richard Schwinn) in Waterford, Wisconsin, mix of Reynolds and True Temper tubing, 3 x 9 mix of components, Serial # J11080.



6. 1996 Franklin custom road bike, 58cm, blue/red fade, chromed lugs, 531 Designers Choice tubing, 8 speed Dura Ace STI, no serial #.



7. 1984 Raleigh Portage Touring, 59cm, Raleigh 555 chromoly steel, mix of components, mostly Shimano, 650B wheels, half step triple, Serial # .


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I am at 4 1/2 now counting the tandem. Down from 7 in the spring and it feels good to be riding more.
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Originally Posted by Mercian Rider View Post
4. 2000 custom Bob Jackson Special Tourist, 23in., red with chrome Nervex lugs, made by Bob Jackson Cycles in Leeds, England established as J.B.J. Cycles in 1935, Reynolds 531 tubing, Shimano 3 x 9 Ultegra, purchased from local cyclist XXXXXX July 2011, XXXXXX ordered the frame from Jackson as a custom build in March 2000, Serial # W23429
A correction for your records, since you are obviously keeping tabs on this stuff somewhere. That's J.R.J., not J.B.J., for John Robert Jackson. Trust me, I know.
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Originally Posted by lostarchitect View Post
A correction for your records, since you are obviously keeping tabs on this stuff somewhere. That's J.R.J., not J.B.J., for John Robert Jackson. Trust me, I know.
Thanks!
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At least 50, probably 60, some in parts. I have 7 refinished frames sitting around me right now, another 5 in the other room unfinished and 6 or 8 in the shed. The rest are all together. I need a bigger house...
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Originally Posted by Velognome View Post
I could be satified with one...if it were 62cm and this one...
I have only seen one more of these and that was only in pictures... I have no idea how many were made and how many have survived the last 55 years. As an upper level utilitarian bicycle they would have been purchased and probably got ridden into the dust.

Mine would have been an import and from what I can see, it spent it's life in storage... I do not believe I have ridden this bicycle more than 500 miles since I found it five years ago although every mile has been an absolute joy.

Since I took this picture I have re-laced the front wheel as the stock spokes were badly oxidized and of a very fine gauge and was not confident that they would hold up somewhat regular use.

The only non-original parts are the bars and the saddle... it should have an Ideale model 6 and this saddle came off a 70's Gitane.

This is a bike, along with other classic French models, that has inspired me to replicate the design in a new frame which will let me use better steel as I do not expect I will find any unused "Helium" tubesets and run parts that are less rare... the JUY 543 derailleur is a grail item for many people and I would like to replace mine with one that has not been ravaged by time (the plating is less than perfect) but that would cost 4 figures.
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Originally Posted by puchfinnland View Post
2002's there is a flashback.

I started my working lofe as an European mechanic and I have seen my far share of 2002's

there was only one I took fond of.

you can do the numbers on the rarity on this...
BMW 2000 (hatchback version)
TII
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its below 400 units....

around 1988 it cam in for a full repaint,
some details were 4 wheel crossdrilled discs, swaybars adjustable
5 speed, 2 tone silvergray,and alpina wheels.

other then that a 2002 was a car school boys would buy just so they can brag they got a BMW,
they were tired,badly maintained,boys had no money to keep them going- they got the nickname bmtroubleyou.
or BMW =bring money with....

Now If I could have any BMW out there it would be this-
this was one hot car in its day- 1988 only 400 brought in the country,
256hp, full leather electric seats and as fast as a 911.
oooh baaaaby!


I worked for a couple that owned one in black. It was for her. He had purchased a 380SEL not quite a year before, marriage was heading for a cliff, so she bought a FUN car.
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Sixty Fiver, what is unusual about the way that Peugeot rides?
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
Sixty Fiver, what is unusual about the way that Peugeot rides?
Nothing unusual save for the fact that it has a great ride that is typical of older French bicycles of this type.

Found this bike to be quicker than I expected, stiffer than it's modern counterparts (U series), and still has a wonderful ride quality.
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
I worked for a couple that owned one in black. It was for her. He had purchased a 380SEL not quite a year before, marriage was heading for a cliff, so she bought a FUN car.
hands down,
slow and boring compared to hot and fast!

never found a benz that did it for me.

As i maintained my european rides there was no problem on costs of maintaining them correctly.
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A. never found a benz that did it for me.

B. As i maintained my european rides there was no problem on costs of maintaining them correctly.
Line A. +1, though I have driven a early 70's 6.3SEL which was a brutish large sedan to my 10 year college reunion in Ithaca, what a hoot!

Line B. You never had encounters with the prince of darkness, LUCAS?
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At least 50, probably 60, some in parts. I have 7 refinished frames sitting around me right now, another 5 in the other room unfinished and 6 or 8 in the shed. The rest are all together. I need a bigger house...
I "solved" this problem by buying the duplex down the street.
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Currently, I have 8: 5 complete, 3 projects. Of those, I plan to sell at least 3 (but only to buy more keepers).
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Don't complain to me about disorganized if you have this information. Not only is my collection too big, I don't even know how big or what I have.

The good news is that I've been getting rid of stuff instead of acquiring. It feels good.
I believe that someone once said that ignorance is bliss.
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mercian rider that peugeot track bike is impressive! ive only seen one other! EVER! and i love the purple mercian!
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Originally Posted by JPZ66 View Post
Nice ! Let us know the outcome !!

Cheers-Joe
Thanks Joe!

Just waiting for a call back tonight. Wanted to go see it before dark.

Btw these 2002s are very nice project cars.

Well suited for my mechanical aptitude.

Parts availability is good as well if you hang around the right BMW board like I do.

Just be careful with these if they have rust in the trunk, shock towers, or floor boards.

Watch out for headliners and window seals as well.

The rest of it isn't that tough.
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Originally Posted by oddjob2 View Post
Line A. +1, though I have driven a early 70's 6.3SEL which was a brutish large sedan to my 10 year college reunion in Ithaca, what a hoot!

Line B. You never had encounters with the prince of darkness, LUCAS?
In reference to line b, I have.

I'll admit to owning thirteen different British sports cars over the years.

You haven't lived till you've talked a TR-6 into starting on a cool Minnesota morning.
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Ok, so we're OT......

I've had a string of LUCAS equipped cars...only ever had a few minor 'gremlins' to deal with..... Keeping my MGA coupe until the right Alfa coupe turns up ! Of course a nice BMW 2800 or early 3.0cs could persuade me !

Good luck with the 2002 !

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Frank is being too modest.
Ya, I think it's closer to thirty five bikes. That sounds like a big number.
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