Enjoy the sights.
I pack things well.Fillet-brazed said:Quite impressive there Rumpfy. That collection has really improved since I was there a month ago!
I can just imagine your neighbors looking out their windows shaking their heads telling their friends how weird this bike freak is lining up his bikes and taking pictures.
Yeah...I had to thin the herd to make way for the JTR and the P-22 Team. I'll be thinning the herd again soon I'm afraid. Apartments only let you play so much.J Ro said:I'm surprised mostly because it seemed like you had been selling a bunch of stuff lately.
How many more do you have that are built? I can think of the Potts and the ss Slingshot.
It's just a Slingshot like all the rest....but its refers to the Moonhead Machine chain rings I have on it...the_dude said:i love vintage bikes. alot. but i don't really know my stuff, so pardon the question. whats up with that moonhead slingshot? never seen one like that before. how's the ride compared to normal slingshots? looks interesting. mighty nice collection you've got there.
The only thing better than one Ultimate...2 ultimates?
I'm soooo jealous...
It's a 95. It's either a WTR or a Joule....I'm leaning Joule because it has a 1 1/8" headtube. It's currently sitting in primer right now....but will get the full WTR treatment with new decals and such as soon as I find the Powerlite fork I'm looking for.!What is the modeland year of the mountain goat?Is it repainted?
I know...I got issues. You like that fork? I bought it from a sucker! The forks were just place holders to keep the frames from falling over. A Ti McMahon fork on a WTB Phoneix...that's a vintage no no.You are sick, just sick. Gotta love that McMahon fork (just for the pics?)!