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Ultra Violet

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 4 FINISHED BIKES' started by outrage, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. outrage

    outrage

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    Before - an old damaged Peugeot frame - I think it's from 1971:
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    After - total cost about 30 € - new parts used: two innertubes, chain (NOS made in GDR, not glamorous, but cheap), rear cog, cable housing, leather bar tape.
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  2. ej599

    ej599

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    Looks awesome. Great paint repair.
     
  3. rgallen

    rgallen

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    Nice comeback. Great work....
     
  4. roadmaster

    roadmaster

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    i used to have two pugs, but am now to only one (a 68' i think), and i love these old road bikes. what you did is very similar to what i am planning to do to pug, someday when i get around to it. nice! always like violet.
     
  5. herr_rudolf

    herr_rudolf

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    beautiful bike!
     
  6. Galtbacken

    Galtbacken

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    Very nice! :)
     
  7. cosmic flyer

    cosmic flyer

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    I have never seen the two spoke twist lacing pattern!!!!! Does this make the rear wheel stronger? Nice job on the re weld of the frame. :D
     

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