I like the teardrop idea...that top line of the bodywork continuing an increasingly tighter arc finishing a bit above hub level, then a tight turn...
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Love these frames...yours is a cool example! :thumbsup:
That would be a good buy.
The rear hub should be a Sturmey, and will have a year code on it. You might try looking on the insides of the rear dropouts...they may have got...
This just popped up on my somewhat local CL. Not excellent...but, it's got the number plates :thumbsup:.
Very, very, nice :thumbsup:
Maybe you should put a spare crankset in the extra BB...just in case :grin: :thumbsup:
Free stuff is the best stuff :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
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Chad T - Wow...so, not only Cook stuff is through the roof :bigsmile:....
Thanks for swinging by :thumbsup:...I'll definitely check out your blog.
Amazing craftsmanship on that frame...great score :thumbsup:.
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I agree with the Doc...roller brake is not any real improvement over coaster.
Interesting...though, I think the intent of the thread was, perhaps, missed :nod:.
Reminds me of...
Ludicrous...I can see the stems going for big bucks, as they were rare when made, and fear of lawsuits just makes them rarer, and rarer....
There has got to be a frame in there somewhere :thumbsup:
Its Redline made...here is a couple quick sites...
...just in case this guy shows up...
A workaround for chainline issues?
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