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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:11 am 
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It's like a new limited edition.

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damn that is gorgeous, I love the GTs anyway but that is special :shock: those wheels are brilliant.


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Cheers chaps. 8)


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Im looking for a late Zaskar frame currently and was going to make it a disc front and back hardtail for proper mountain use.
However, I have been so inspired by this build I'm going to make a retro come modern incarnation instead and keep it for gentle rides out and about.
Not a copy of this one, my own slant on it. Most probably with the wrong decals and may even get them made up in different colours. Components will be a mish mash of varying ages, but I dont care. I just want to bring a classic frame back to life and put my own personality into it and make it 100% unique. A little winter project and I can't wait to get started.

Top marks for this one, its gorgeous.


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tonedeaf101 wrote:
Im looking for a late Zaskar frame currently and was going to make it a disc front and back hardtail for proper mountain use.
However, I have been so inspired by this build I'm going to make a retro come modern incarnation instead and keep it for gentle rides out and about.
Not a copy of this one, my own slant on it. Most probably with the wrong decals and may even get them made up in different colours. Components will be a mish mash of varying ages, but I dont care. I just want to bring a classic frame back to life and put my own personality into it and make it 100% unique. A little winter project and I can't wait to get started.

Top marks for this one, its gorgeous.


Excellent. :D
Have fun with it matey, I certainly do. :)


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