Looks in garage - not one specialized in there at the mo. Nope. Nowt from taiwan at present.
If this was built outside the US would it still generate the same interest though. Nowt snobby going on there.
Infact whenever weld comments are banded about that gets my teeth on edge as there's many a reason why that's irrelavent. If the bike was presented a bit better maybe..
Now, back to restoring some 1977 Bose 501 speakers
Edit no 2 - don't tar me with same **** brush - no weld commenter am I! Nor snobby - its a peice of US mtb history but of little relevance to the rest of the world as so few were produced. So don't snap at those who simply see it for what it is.
When you looked in your garage, did you see your beloved zaskar?
Ever wonder who pioneered the use of 6061 for mtbs?
Ever stop to think if your zaskar would even exist if Cunningham hadn't been badly welding frames together back in the 70s?
Irrelevant? Hardly, every single quality aluminium bike can trace its heritage to Cunninghams work.