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post #21 of 76 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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Kind of like long lost sisters.

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My arenít we amassing quite the collection Randrew?

Next youíll need a Senna (750 of course) and then the CC from Masis before you source a Veltro.
I would have to start flipping one house a month for all of that. Plus I would go for the Oro before the Senna.

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Gone to the best home possible.

You won't "spend" money on it. I'm sure there are plenty of parts you could "trade" up for stock parts.
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Congrats!!

Talk about a match made in heaven!!

BST should pay you to use those pics to promote their wheels!!! hmmm there's a thought to keep all the bikes

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hell of a carbon footprint! hyuck yuk yuk
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post #26 of 76 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 10:02 AM
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That looks REALLY rough sell it to me cheap, I will fly over to get it.
Good save though, not many finds out there like that, stunning machine....

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post #29 of 76 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 11:25 AM
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Great find R1andrew,

I actually prefer the look of the carbon wheels spoke set up on the Tambo over the one's fitted to Mona Lisa.

What I don't understand unless someone became ill or something is, why spend all that money on wheels brakes etc and not even run it in? I know peeps buy a Tambo but have no intention of riding it, but those upgrades are something a rider would do aren't they?

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. . . those upgrades are something a rider would do aren't they?
Not necessarily, Bert.

Even for those of us who fill our lounge rooms, the bike must be to our liking. Part of the enjoyment of ownership (for some) is the personalisation. For me, these bikes deserve to be left as standard, but I can well understand the previous owner's mind set on the carbon wheels etc.

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