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Making stuff look brand new is all fine and good, but then you can't ride it. god forbid you get a stone chip.
Why can't you ride it? Just because it's a fine restoration, doesn't mean it can't be used. A mate of mine's daily ride pictured below. Value £250k, but he still uses it most days.BS by Derek Wardell, on Flickr
Were you able to remove all the spokes from the hubs OK Dave? Mine were very difficult to remove and some of the rear ones I had to cut off and drift them out due to the corrosion between the hub and spoke. Took me days to complete.
The rotors look great, did you have TrueDisc refinish them?
Your range of brands and the quality work you turn out is very impressive! British, American and European, do you work on Japanese as well and do you have a favourite manufacturer?
Yes, it's an unusual one. It's a Capriolo 125, made by the Italian plane maker Aeromere-Caproni, who like Aermacchi were banned from manufacturing aircraft after WW2. It's called a Face Cam design and the cams are on those little circular concentric tracks. Certainly it works though, but one of those innovations nobody else took up. The Capriolo is a kind of alpine deer. Anyway, it was in the back of a friend's shed so I had a go at it.DSC_0385 by Derek Wardell, on FlickrDSC_0055 by Derek Wardell, on Flickr
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