Looks sweet as...
mk one":26phqtx4 said:Very nice as usual. That paintwork really stands out in the sun
Dossa":26phqtx4 said:Beautiful build Ben - a real stunner!
Cheshire1980":26phqtx4 said:Super clean build that. Love the array of colours in the sun. And the Campagnolo kit looks sublime. Top build, but then I new it would be with you!
retrobikeguy":26phqtx4 said:That is really pretty
really reminds me of flicking through MBUK and stopping at that advert back in the day, I always wondered why they didnt colour code the flexstem but now I can see ..... it didnt need to be, its meant to stand out.
hat off to ya fella
brocklanders023":26phqtx4 said:Superb standard as usual Ben, top work.
enc":26phqtx4 said:Nice job
Just read the whole thread... you mention not being able to find a decent paint stripper. i can recommend Langlows strip away pro. works like the old school stuff i.e it actually removes paint unlike modern Nitromores and the like which are only suitable for water based paints. Another advantage of SAP is its thick consistency so it tends to cling to the surface. not cheap but my five litre tin has so far done 2 frames and a couple of wooden interior doors...still plenty left
ibbz":138t0ctg said:Just had a good read and look at this again. Beautiful work!
For anyone just tuning in - this bike is Unique - Only TWO in known existance and it's been brought to perfect catalogue life by Boy 'O' Boy.