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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 7:38 pm 
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C'mon Ian you're taking forever :P As if I've got room to talk 'buyer, but not starter of many projects....one day.

Custom decals look excellent and metal headbadge is a winner for sure.

Can't wait!


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Frame back from painter ! Partial re-build and waiting for new rims now ! What do you think :)

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Looking lovely! Any pictures of the head badge?


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Thats looking really smart, you must be well pleased with how its coming along.
I agree with the above, it would be good to see that headbadge 8)
Ride report next :wink:

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Tel and Jamie to tell you the truth which i don't mind admitting as we all make mistakes but i don't like head-badge i designed :(

Thinking of getting it lug lined in gold !


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Looking good so far - seems just the job even without any lug lining, but if you can get it done well by someone with a steady hand, go for it.

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Fantastic work there - I think the head badge looks good personally. I'd wait until the bike is fully built up before deciding on the lug-lining. It's nice and simple as it is and lug-lining might look "fussy".

Then again it might look great... :?


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Rich34 wrote:
It's nice and simple as it is and lug-lining might look "fussy".

Yeh ! something makes me think would there have been lug lining on such a late 80's race bike :shock:
Lug lining is nice for old bikes such as a Mercian or Carlton but maybe not on this Pavone.

Eagerly waiting for Fedex to deliver my rims today :wink:

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Not trying to bore you guys with my thread but decided to put up two pic's of her sat on the new rims :)

Been given some handlebars complete with drilled holes for the brake cables so i've swapped them now !

*sorry these images are lost forever*

Thanks for looking.


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Build the wheels yourself Ian? What are they (sorry if I missed that earlier)?

In all honesty I'm not a great fan of the headbadge, it's okay but I think it's a little fussy.

Still a great looking build though I am as impressed as I thought I would be looks stunning. Needs a rolls saddle for the gold trim :)

So what's this one for Sunday best or daily hack!? :D


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