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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 8:04 pm 
rBoTM Winner
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Hi gang.Been a member of so many bike groups, I do not get round to posting much. Busy riding or restorting bikes.Anway I have just purchased this.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/74418119@N ... 675787816/

The finish did it for me.


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South West Deputy AEC
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Welcome to the site, looks like your going to fit right in here :wink: That is stunning :shock: You don't happen to have any pics of a blue and white Raleigh milk cup from about 1987-88 do you :?:


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I'd really like to have a dynatech for a while...

That is a lovely example and yes the paint job is quite special imo. Loved looking through your flicker page, I would love to hear the stories behind those bikes...


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Yes, great paint. Also ace: The Dyna-Tech in team paint. With full c-Record, like in the catalogue :)


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rBoTM Winner
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I think the finish maybe done with a transfer and not paint :?:
Does any one on the group know different :?:


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I think I had a raleigh milk cup, they were pretty rubbish though weren't they? Mine ended up in a large pile of broken metal so no pics sadly.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 10:00 pm 
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The finish on the main tubes is from a process called reprotherm. It's the same thing used to put detail on beer cans ! :D


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