I had my eye on that frame myself. Tempting. But I have a lot of stuff already; you can keep the moose to yourself. It looked like a real neat bike. I just can't have everything that comes along. Glad you snagged it! Don't you just LOVE that big brown truck when it stops at your place?
Enjoy the meal. I'm having left over rabbit droppings. Can't possibly be as good as your moose!
La Mesa, CA
Thinking about starting a secret society of people who ride 52cm (that's
c-t-t, Charles) and smaller frames. I know that the collection of super
cool small vintage bikes is quite impressive on the list. It might be
interesting to know exactly what does exist in the small sizes.
> What a wonderful event occurred today, when the UPS truck delivered a mid
> 70's Pog to me (you can win anything on ebay if you are curious about how
> much the other guy bid and keep thinking, he/she couldn't have put more
> than another $50 on it). While not as nice a find as the recent NOS Masi,
> I do find it a very interesting bike. I had used a Pog track bike of the
> same vintage and same metallic orange color with yellow contrast in the lug
> cutouts. The bike is equipped with NR, with the single exception of the
> seatpost that is an SR. Now I need some help with some parts to replace
> those that don't quite fit.
> I will be looking for a 170 SR/NR crank, or a pair of arms. I will also
> need a new Cinelli 1A stem in 110 or 115. I will have a set of 172.5
> cranks with 42/52 NR rings to trade/sell when I get moved. Any help from
> all you folks would be appreciated.
> This is a great looking bike that has very few miles. Alas, as soon as I
> opened it up and checked to ensure it was OK, then I had to pack it up
> again for the move.
> JD "happier than a weasel in a dead moose" Edwards
> Edwards AFB, Ca
> Where the wind is blowing and it must be snowing
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