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dav451

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  1. Yes, the hole for the brake caliper is what I was referring to. Looks like a good project. You’ll find a lot of great information on this site that will help you.
  2. Nice! Getting the Hutch out on Old Route 66.
  3. It could be a 1980 pro-line. I’m pretty sure that’s when they started coming out with drilled forks. You might want to check if they are factory drilled.
  4. It’s good to get out in the sun and make some vitamin D. Shoot, it’s just good to get out and ride.
  5. I see they included a rear fender tab. LOL and check out that stem.
  6. Here’s a couple of pics of the Stater Bros across from the church.
  7. Cool! Once again thank you for all the time and effort you put in to share these magazines with everyone.
  8. Thanks for sharing the pics TrulyOdd. They bring back memories of when I used to go to the Van Buren swap meet with my dad every weekend back in the 70’s. The best part about that was we would stop at corona raceway if we saw riders on top of the starting hill. Good Times!
  9. I saw pictures of the parts before you cleaned them up. I know you’re good at restoring but WOW those forks came out great.
  10. Dang! Looks like the gusset material was so thin they tried to solder it in place.
  11. Very cool! Thanks for bumping this thread. You have some very nice bikes.
  12. LOL, it happens sometimes. I hope the original finish isn’t to bad under the black.
  13. Not yet, but I’m making a little progress. I have some clean up and polishing still. I’m hoping to make some time to complete it.
  14. Very nice! I remember seeing the Team Jag team race at Corona. They were a class act with some very fast riders.
  15. Jeff Ward was pretty amazing! The second half of the 70s was a lot of fun.
  16. If you’re bike has these original parts on it then it would have very good value. But of course it’s only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Good luck
  17. I think it stands for Jim Watson. This photo is from a 1977 cyc catalog.
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