Re: [CR] boxwork, was Re: Jack Taylor tandem re-vamp


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From: "Keith Anderson Cycles" <info@keithandersoncycles.com>
To: hsachs@alumni.rice.edu
Date: Mon, 03 Jan 2011 10:10:50 -0700
Cc: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, joeb-z@comcast.net
Subject: Re: [CR] boxwork, was Re: Jack Taylor tandem re-vamp


I plead GUILTY! I absolutely will NOT give up sex, drugs OR rock and roll, especially the sex part. While I'm not at liberty to discuss exactly how I did it (BTW, the original lining was really straight and crisp), I did not use a striping brush with a cigarette dangling from my lips. Thanks for all of the great comments. Cheers, and Happy New Year! Keith

Keith Anderson Keith Anderson Cycles 222 N. Marble Dr. Grants Pass, OR 97526 541-471-4114 http://www.keithandersoncycles.com


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Subject: boxwork, was Re: [CR] Jack Taylor tandem re-vamp
From: Harvey Sachs
Date: Sun, January 02, 2011 1:11 am
To: joeb-z@comcast.net, Keith Anderson Cycles


<info@keithandersoncycles.com>, Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>

Keith: I accuse you of over-restoration. :-)

How do you plead to doing perfect boxwork, beyond anything I ever remember seeing on a Taylor? Will you tell us how you did it? Freehand after giving up sex, drugs, and beer for six months to steady the hand?* Selling your soul to the Mephistopheles for a magic machine? Really lovely!

harvey sachs, mcLean VA. *I once knew a biology prof. whose research required doing thyroidectomies on tadpoles. Back when everyone smoked. Said he had to stop for weeks before doing a round of the procedures. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Joe Bender-Zanoni wrote: As to working on tandems, you naturally thinks it is a single bike times

1.5 in terms of time. More like 5 times in my experience. That frame restoration is what the Taylor brothers would have liked to do if they didn't need to earn a living! Gorgeous. ++++++++++++++++++ Keith Anderson wrote: Here's one of 2 that I am currently working on. Lots of work, but worth it when this thing rolls out looking like new. http://www.flickr.com/photos/27880623@N05/5306799776/

Keith Anderson Keith Anderson Cycles 222 N. Marble Dr. Grants Pass, OR 97526 541-471-4114 http://www.keithandersoncycles.com