I'll just keep adding here...

Discussion in 'FRESH FINDS' started by Dizzle Problems, Nov 12, 2017.

  1. Klunkruiser

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    That yellow one looks like a Hardrock CrMo
     
  2. Dizzle Problems

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    Indeed it does! It or the red Raleigh will probably be the first to get built up. The Allez is my size too, but I’m not much on road riding lately. Really nice ‘ceramic’ frame and carbon fork tho
     
  3. MattiThundrrr

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    My eyes are bad, and my screen is shattered... Thought I saw "M2" on the downtube... I have room in my garage for almost any Specialized. I'd keep Stumpy stockish and it'd become my trail rider.
     
  4. Dizzle Problems

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    Actually, you are correct! I just went and looked at it again. M2, made in the USA. Wish it was bigger, I’d keep it
     
  5. Dizzle Problems

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    Picked this tall guy for the wheels and crank to build up another frame.

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    **edit for the curious, here’s what became of those parts—

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  6. macncheese

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    “Lugged” unicrown fork. Nice!
     
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  7. Dizzle Problems

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    Definitely not the original fork! Pretty cool to see what someone built at some point with the frame they had
     
  8. Dizzle Problems

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    Got a call, picked some up.

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    The GT I actually built for a friend a few years back. It sat neglected for a long time. Another friend is in need of a bike, so it’ll get an overhaul and passed down the line. And can’t turn down a free Schwinn. I’ll grab some smalls and donate the rest.
     
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  9. Dizzle Problems

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    Yesterday’s mail drop, ‘37(?) Colson LWB frame. Always stoked to score tall cruiser frames! And some 70s husqvarna bars.

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  10. MattiThundrrr

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    They belong together
     
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  11. Dizzle Problems

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    ‘81 (dec of ‘80 serial) cruiser 5. Got it from the original owner. Frame/fork are in beautiful condition!


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  12. RustyGold

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  13. Dizzle Problems

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    Had been trying to take a break and clear some bikes/ bike stuff.
    But when opportunity knocks....

    Got everything from the ‘84 cruiser 5 forward today. Can’t express how stoked I am!

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  14. rrtbike

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  15. A.S.BOLTNUT

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    Good stuff, I need one of those chrome BMX frames !
     
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  16. MattiThundrrr

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    Wowowowowowow. Lotta scores there!
     
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  17. Dizzle Problems

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    I’m still figuring out what’s what with em. So far there’s a ‘94-‘96 Gt Performer and a ‘92-‘94 Robinson sst (American made). Still unsure on the other GT and the Dyno. I may keep and build the Robinson, as I remember wanting one as a kid, but not sure.
    All 4 were grabbed for small parts on them. Mainly stems and seatpost clamps
     
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  18. MattiThundrrr

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    Yeah, it was the parts pile I was drooling on... The mags on the red Schwinn (ditch the freaking reflectors!), a few of the cranks, the layback post, the red anno u brakes, both sets of pedals, I have a home for many of those things!
     
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  19. ParkRNDL

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    Dang, that's a haul. That'd keep me busy for a while. Nice score.
     
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  20. Dizzle Problems

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    The motomags on that stingray are possibly the best score of the entire lot. Stoked on the suntour pedals for sure. Most the smalls will be stayin with me!
     

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