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  • Birthday 12/10/1967

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  1. You can mail back that peice of crap Pro Am again, if, ya know, it's bringing down your collection and shit. Be happy to take that bullet for a stand up guy like you, B. ;)
  2. things are going better than expected, couple of well chosen flips have got me in a better place, and I am booking mad hours at a local shop. Truly Odd, being one of the few other Panda aficionados, any of my Panda pieces spark your interest?? Considering selling off my team uniform, pit, and probably my blue power cruiser. Also purging big time on the vintage audio front. Sold my LA2A and mini-Moog this week, kinda hurt, but shit happens.
  3. Thanks Paulie. I am still in Nova, jumping between a friends place and camping for a minute. I just picked up some shifts at The Bike Stop in Warrenton, so shit is looking up. Never like hand outs, so let me know if there is anything I might have that you might be interested, and I'll cut you a good deal.
  4. red ACS Z Rims, with SUZUE Sealed-Tech hubs (chrome)and Wheelsmith 14ga stainless spokes and nipples, by wheel master Phouc Pham. Built from all NOS parts, super low use, unstamped rear, with no break pad marks, stamped front rim. Hit me with questions here, will be happy to pull listing for anyone here who can do $350 shipped. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-School-Vintage-BMX-ACS-Z-rims-SUZUE-sealed-tech-hubs-1983-20-X1-75-WS-spokes/254633285860
  5. First item up on ebay, red ACS Z Rims, with SUZUE Sealed-Tech hubs (chrome)and Wheelsmith 14ga stainless spokes and nipples, by wheel master Phouc Pham. Built from all NOS parts, super low use, unstamped rear, with no break pad marks, stamped front rim. Hit me with questions here, will be happy to pull listing for anyone here who can do $350 shipped. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-School-Vintage-BMX-ACS-Z-rims-SUZUE-sealed-tech-hubs-1983-20-X1-75-WS-spokes/254633285860
  6. I think I will probably come out of this with at least a few of the frames that I care about. I sold my Pinarello Montello and a large chunk of my vintage Campy collection yesterday to a local, and have a campsite and storage sorted for a month or so. June and July will be downsize and sell off, and repairing my Jeep. Anyone in the market for a custom 1978 CB750 cafe? Vintage audio? Studio equipment? Imma be a selling fool for a minute. Thanks for the kind words and messages you guys. This has always been a tight knit caring community, and I've been proud to consider you all friends for most of this current century.
  7. I'll be getting up specifics over the weekend, I am about to go see a local collector about my Campag stuff, whatever he doesn't take, I will post here.
  8. I will not go into details, but shit happened, I'm homeless, and my collection has to go. When I am able to access my bikes and take some pics, I will be doing a sale post. Till then, those who know what I have, or have specific needs, get at me. 16, 20 and 24 Pandas, Takara, tons of parts, array wheels, 20 and 24 tuff wheels, red Z rims on red sealed tech hubs, vintage campagnolo, etc etc etc. Hit me via DM here, or respond here, I will check a few times a day.
  9. D00000000000D! That bike is SO awesome! Killer build for sure. That Teac is sweet too, I just started cleaning my 70's Revox reel to reel, haven't done it in like 12 years.
  10. Those are all dope, love the Race Inc especially. Nice work Brian!
  11. I had an Akisu frame that is pretty much identical to that chrome one. Yeah, Vista was lower end Columbia stuff, one of my local shops BITD had them.
  12. April 82 I bought a Shotgun II to replace the Kashimax on my ProAm that I broke when I cased a jump off of a car hood propped on a fallen tree (Yes, Staten Island trails were kinda ghetto) with my Easter money from my grandmother. Pretty sure I asked for it specifically, because I thought it looked cool on one of the Cycle Pro team dudes bikes at one of the later 81 nationals i attended. At the time I loved Snake Bellys and coordinated my cycle pro tires, saddle and pads all in blue. My folks have a picture of my Panda in that config from my first race of 82 season a month or so later. Compared to the Kashi Aero, this was a way more comfortable saddle for me, being a little more flexy, but I am pretty sure the saddle only lasted me a season or so (again, sketchy trails, and lots of bad landings).
  13. Tony- That thing is the shiz! Such a cool take on a classic. I've wanted to do a kick back Schwinn since I rode yours on the Strand back in '05 during the Gonzo's BBQ week, with Keith era Black Flag booming of the porch of the beach house. I'm going to make some calls to my local Schwinn guys, and see who has a hub/wheel and a base frame to be my lockdown distraction build.Hope you are doing well, Tony. Anyone hear from Mux or CK the past few years??
  14. Sad to hear of his passing, in all the years I never heard a someone say he wasn't a great, down to earth guy. One more SE soldier on the starting gate in the sky. Love and respect to those he left behind.
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