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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Hey Jig-a-Jig


The 33 frame has been having a relaxing break by the seaside since Christmas, up until this week that is. Toddy has kindly agreed to give it "The laying upon of the hands" and is sorting out the rear triangle. So here it is, trussed up and getting pulled back into the shape it originally was in '46. The two upper chainstays are going to be replaced as they've pretty much given up the struggle with the elements over the last 65 years.


Now ya gotta look at it and think, girder forks, Goldie motor,19 in the back and 21 out front, and possibly loads a ali bits.

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