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Posted 5 Dec 2012Quote: 'Whether it be "virgin" collectors or seasoned ones, they need to know what NOS is before they lay down their hard earned money'.
I have to say that this reads as:
'If you don't know that we're selling you Newly made parts as New Old Stock (ie. stock that has stood the test of time in a box on a shelf), then we don't care that really your being deceived / ripped off'.
Therefore and with that attitude how can you now be asking us to care if you are now being ripped off by someone with the same mentality that you have showed to others?
Posted 10 Oct 2012I'm still on the fence a little with this one, I love it, but in the same breath I don't also
I would have like to have seen it with a slightly longer tt (there may well be reasons with this wouldn't have been right).
But other than that I commend you on your hard work in getting this project off the ground and finished to such a high standard.
Posted 12 Jul 2012LOVIN IT
Posted 18 May 2012Great Stuff
Posted 17 May 2012Wow, both bikes look stellar! I'm looking forward to the Powerlite myself. Looks to be a Standard model judging by the shorter seat tube. I love how these ride compared to the Pro models, very quick and nimble.
What's the top tube length on the Powerlite?
How about a teaser on the parts breakdown, EH?!
I have to say I am not 100% sure if the Powerlite will stay with me as yet.
The TT measures 20 3/4" or 21" its hard to tell through the bubble wrap
If I do keep it it will probably sport one piece Chrome sugino cranks, Chrome dk stem, chrome rims & hubs. Most everything else will be black as I think theres enough colour going on already.
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- January 2, 1971
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- bmx, mountain bikes, motorbikes, snowboarding, design and architecture.
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