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Doug Hewitt said:   March 26, 2014 2:13 pm PST
Hi, I am an avid roadie who has a side business where I part out bikes (I know, I know). Over the years I've gotten more into vintage and count a 70 Paramount, an 87 Pinarello and a 84 Basso Gap among my holdings. Today I picked up from a down and out contact who I've done business before, a beautiful 84 Legend with Campy NR and GS components. Absolutely beautiful with nice military green paint. Wheels and seat are the only thing not original. I plan to dissemble the bike and build it back up after a good clean. It looks like a bigger frame (SP). I will be looking to sell it once done.

Michael Leonard said:   March 23, 2014 6:22 am PST
I restored a Unique for my daughter, but need the decals you're developing (not the year currently offered). As soon as you have them, I'll order a set! Thanks.

Jim Harris said:   February 21, 2014 6:05 pm PST
Great to become part of the family

Frank Stainton said:   February 3, 2014 12:03 pm PST
Just picked up an '84 Éclair, complete with touring racks. She is in fair shape, but works great. I'm considering repainting her and installing your vintage decals. Its small, at 18", but hey, that's how I roll.

Alan said:   November 25, 2013 11:33 am PST
Love this site! I worked summers in the early 80s in a shop that sold Lotus bikes. I bought a Lotus Competition that was my most prized possession for years, until I gave up riding for supposedly more important "grown-up" things. I finally got back to riding 2 years ago, and after getting back into shape on a Fuji Espree touring bike, finally dusted off the Lotus last month. What a joy! Fellow riders laugh at my "vintage" bike, but I still love it. Thanks for these pages, to help take me back to that time.

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