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    Here’s another early example I just picked up...
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    Decided to take the advice from previous comments and just clean the frame and replace needed part with period correct components. Pics of progress to follow.
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    One of our principle considerations is Bob himself. Our guest of honor, Bob Osborn is a robust 82 years old. Bob is a badass. Despite his vigor, we must acknowledge the fact that this Covid 19 preys on his demographic. I know we'll all agree with no hesitation... we aren't doing anything to put this guy at risk. That ain't happening. What a special person, an artist, an old school frontier philosopher and documentarian type... and he happily allows us to claim him for BMX. He's so humble about it all, but he must have some sense of how the very DNA of BMX is replete with Bob Osborn and Wizard Publications genes. The guy is a treasure. Anyway - long live Oz and we'll see him when we see him. https://youtu.be/mdty2s_0ayk
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    Ok , hoping the true OS guys can help me on these box bars, who manufactured or sold these ? Anodized red, NO knurling (like the triple knurled DG bars) very nice quality and near mint.
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    Hey y’all so last weekend wile driving to an estate sale (that had nothing) I spotted this on the side of the road. A 16 bike old school bike rack. So yesterday wile sorting my bike stuff I thought what the hell lol and brought all the guns out to the show.
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    Cool bike. Proper cleaning is key to maintaining value.
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    Dig the bike rack. Wish I had the space for it.
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    That bike is fire!! The ring is cooler than a polar bears toe nails too.
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    Hope my math is wrong but that article is almost 41 years old. I'm getting old but the bike is timeless.