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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2007 9:37 am 
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Hahahha

At the first ever "pre-Retrobike being formed" meet in Chedder, I remember asking the people there what thety thought of that stem - Scant and I agreed it was bloody ugly looking and a little bit pointless.

Rare though and quite desirable from that point of view tho!


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2007 7:29 pm 
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I think the guy who created Moonhead owns those bikes in the flickr slide show. A couple of years ago he put his prized Trimble on ebay with the Machine Tech stem attached. At the last minute he halted the auction because he decided he couldn't part with it. Every once in a while he'll put some very nice frames and parts on ebay. He is the American version of Jez.


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Like the Stig? Like one in every country? :D


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Are these the beasties you are looking for?


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Yeh theyre the puppies :(


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As Jez said:


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Christ, you need a barrow load of bricks and sacks and a big old pond to deal with those things after the christmas novelty has worn off.


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Thanks to Chis2lou and Brusque these arrived Sat morn:


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all that stuff looks like post modern 70's architechture. Rare yes, just not my cup of tea as far as looks go.


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Two days for a French-> England Delivery :shock: :D


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