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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:50 pm 
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To me, that build cannot be improved upon. Very well done.

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stevek wrote:
To me, that build cannot be improved upon. Very well done.


hmmm,the rear mech outer cable at the seatclamp is 2mm too long :lol: and there is a smudge of white gone wrong on the rear porc :lol:


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as merlin once said...............'it's only a bike' :lol:

why don't i want to upload any pics anymore...............game over, that's it....... :cry:

boy, 4 pages already, this thread is like a magnet........... :lol:


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Stunning.. :shock: I don't know what else to say. Well done that man! :D


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stew-b wrote:
stevek wrote:
To me, that build cannot be improved upon. Very well done.


hmmm,the rear mech outer cable at the seatclamp is 2mm too long :lol: and there is a smudge of white gone wrong on the rear porc :lol:


Well yeah, of course. Apart from those obvious faults it 'cannot be improved upon.' :wink:

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Seriously though, it is spot on. Damn right.


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stevek wrote:
Well yeah, of course. Apart from those obvious faults it 'cannot be improved upon.' :wink:



Nope, steve's right, its sh!t. Time to start collecting Beanie Babies.

:wink:


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ameybrook wrote:

Nope, steve's right, its sh!t. Time to start collecting Beanie Babies.

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What? And spoil that for us as well by finding the rarest of the Beanies and having the original designer recreate one for you using NOS Beany fabric?


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Corduroyboy wrote:
ameybrook wrote:

Nope, steve's right, its sh!t. Time to start collecting Beanie Babies.

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What? And spoil that for us as well by finding the rarest of the Beanies and having the original designer recreate one for you using NOS Beany fabric?


ROFLMAO!


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Truly stunning frame,build and story.I have always loved the C26,that for me is bike of the centuary :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:48 am 
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Just shuffling along the line of VIPs and punters to pay my respects.... :)

As one has come to expect, an Ameybrook build always has its feet in history and therefore has a helluva story to tell! :shock: :D

Mr K

PS. For those of us that have a sense that 'it's all over' after this, there's is just the one thing better - and that's to go out and ride!!!


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