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Thanks Alex
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Alex: I purchased an old bike at an auction for my daughter because it had been used in a film. She wanted to use it at College. It wasn't expensive and when I got it, I knew why. I was a wreck. When I first saw it I figured I'd just get rid of it, but after a little research on your site, decided to give restoring it a try. You web site was a great help. Here are a couple photo's of the end result, Remember, this was a basket case when I got it. Thanks,<br />
Al

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WOW!! Pretty sharp bike Al! Would love to see a before the restoration? Either way congrats!

Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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Thanks Al, that's a beautiful bike... glad to hear you've got it running smoothly :-)

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