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Great to see this thread bumped up! I don't know why I haven't added these to this yet. So now is a good time. :rockout:

 

1979 Replica model. Survivor.

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1979 Replica model. All parts original finish.

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http://www.bmxsociety.com/topic/58343-1979-webco-replica-a-love-letter-home/

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bumping so I can revisit later

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oh...and here's me on it, DFL. The pics above are when I got some "race wheels"

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I remember Lil Rascal I think it was mid 70s about. I lived in Florida but a promo guy, I don't remember his name would send me stuff all the time. 

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On 3/5/2019 at 11:31 AM, wmkent said:

oh...and here's me on it, DFL. The pics above are when I got some "race wheels"

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so clear....the timing, the radness, etc.

This pic is amazing on so many levels.

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On 3/5/2019 at 11:31 AM, wmkent said:

oh...and here's me on it, DFL. The pics above are when I got some "race wheels"

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yep, this shot rules

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On 12/9/2020 at 12:51 PM, TrulyOdd said:

so clear....the timing, the radness, etc.

This pic is amazing on so many levels.

Exactly, we’ll said.

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Whoa! This is fantastic! Haven’t been here in a while and decided to drop in tonight... I’m glad I did! This is the core stuff I love. Thank you. 

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Thanks fellas. Good ol Pentax K1000 and a roll of TRI-X 400.

 

I was just hoping to meet Oz...or Windy

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Posted (edited)

Adding a picture of my own Webco frame to this thread to keep it growing. This thread alone is a great Webco resource, which I have frequented over the years. I believe this is a 76 frame based on all the great info to be found in here. The "dot" in the serial stamping looks like it might have been done over a W? Looking inside the bottom bracket it appears it might have been that Webco brick red originally. This one does not have a drilled brake bridge and will hopefully be built in time for summer.  

 

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