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Hi there! Your website is addicting. I'm barely starting out with bicycle restoration. I think I found a role model! LOL, What would be the best way to communicate with you?Thank you in advance!
Hi John,I need your help...I need to know the celeste Bianchi color about a bicycle with alloy frame early years 2000. It's a M alloy pro and the paint is pearly and glossy.The frame is mine and it has some scratches and the paint is blown away. So I would like to try to restore with a little brush.Can you help me to say to me the right code..or very similar code to make a right celeste color? Thanks a lot. Ciao Gerry P.S. My enail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am about to embark on restoration of a 1950 Raleigh ( made in England) but see no way to remove rust and repaint without damaging some lettering and logos, all of which are original to the bike. Any tips? Thank you for your time.
I am going to restore my tour easy i am needing graphics fot the name and headbadge
Hi love your bikes, I need your help, I want to change out my Astabula crank for a Compagnolo or Nervar crank set, I would like to know the dimension of a 1972 Schwinn Super Sport bottom bracket diameter.and if you would know or recommend the necessary parts I need to change the crank set.thank you very much Sincerely Stephan Werick email@example.com
Hi John, Thank you so much for documenting how you restore classic bicycles. I am looking at doing my Trek 620 that looks like yours (before doing up!)what is the before and after value of a Trek 620? I am in the UK. Best wishes Robert firstname.lastname@example.org