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★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(FINISHED!)

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by American Vintage Bicycle Supply, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. noodlenoggin

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    Wow. Just...wow. :shock:
     
  2. blackdiamond

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    Close to 95% done yet? :D
     
  3. oleskool

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    wow sweet job my man!
     
  4. iven

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    these look amazing... but your not gonna use Stainless bolts or what? :?: :| well look incredable anyways :)
     
  5. tin machine

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    great work ...wow !! that bike should be worth some serious coin , nice job :!: :!: 8)
     
  6. MAD BRAD

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    In this case Chrome will get you home!!!!! SO NICE.... MB (bike addict)
     
  7. LukeTheJoker

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    Re: ★★★1975 Stingray Restoration★★★(90% DONE!)

    Awesome work! Starting with what you did and getting it to where it is now is super impressive!
    Looking forward to seeing it done! :wink:

    Luke.
     
  8. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    This has always been a side project to everything else but now its finally finished!

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  9. CCR

    CCR Mouth-Breather Moderator

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    Looks Slick !!! Nothing like a brand spanking new OLD bike :) My boy would love the color too
     
  10. Jimmy the Gent

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    AWESOME!!!

    I like how you used the illegal-for-a-'75 shifter. 8)
     
  11. texon

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    fantastic job love the contrast from old to new :)
     

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