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    Mystery bike outing

    Couldn't resist.

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    A garage full of steel frames means happiness.

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    elegant.

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    Dear god, and it has bids which is even worse. Those are some CLASSY welds on that puppy!!!

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    hahaha..thats owesome.did you notice its written marin on it?

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    Shame it can only be picked up - was hoping this could be my new steel dream bike!

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    I do like the welded seat post... truly a one size fits all.

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    Proving rednecks do exist on the other side of the pond....

    Dat's sum enjinudity!
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    Perma ban for you!

    Dammit, I was watching that, now it has bids.

    Crap, my life, ruined.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by phattruth View Post
    Proving rednecks do exist on the other side of the pond....

    Dat's sum enjinudity!
    I always knew I wasn't alone.
    A garage full of steel frames means happiness.

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    I should have posted the pic earlier.

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    i probably would have used daintier gussets. Mainly for ride quality.

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    UBI classes are paying off for some lucky kid


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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook View Post
    RBI classes are paying off for some lucky kid
    Fixed that for you

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    SWEET!!

    /me places bid
    Flotilla or Buffet.

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    Sometimes I think I take bikes too seriously then I see this "prototype"......well there ain't no disput'in that! and there is relief I'm not so serious, thanks for that........if you snipe me on this one I'll be really pissed!

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    At least some one is willing to try, one has to start from somewhere you know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rev106 View Post
    At least some one is willing to try, one has to start from somewhere you know...
    Rev, I'm guessing you made your first bike out of a shopping cart when you were ten! I'd bet you still have it? PICS PICS

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    Yeah you ding dong, you got me pegged for sure! Everyone on here is a critic and doubtful few have even tried to do anything except lob up arm chair criticisms while not having a clue what it takes to make anything. So, where's your bike YOU made?

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    Sorry for the hijack everyone. It's done, will bring it to you for final inspection soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rev106 View Post
    Yeah you ding dong, you got me pegged for sure! Everyone on here is a critic and doubtful few have even tried to do anything except lob up arm chair criticisms while not having a clue what it takes to make anything. So, where's your bike YOU made?
    Actually I have 2 but their not for sale
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    Quote Originally Posted by rismtb View Post
    Actually I have 2
    Cool! It appears they are zip tied together to effectively double their speed?
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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