MG145375 in Normandy Museum: Really??!!??

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frankenbike

Finally riding a big boys bike
Adrian x 2. Ron White said it best- "You can't fix STUPID". More proof that stupidity is world wide. As for the bike, I hope they kept the piece they cut off. It should be welded back on as a footnote to the bike's history.
 

phantom

I live for the CABE
Adrian x 2. Ron White said it best- "You can't fix STUPID". More proof that stupidity is world wide. As for the bike, I hope they kept the piece they cut off. It should be welded back on as a footnote to the bike's history.
They might weld it back on the wrong side.
 

DaGasMan

Finally riding a big boys bike
For a while, NOS handlebars were still available and not too expensive. Perhaps they have a spare bar.
True. But the root of it all is that the "original, original" handlebars that were on there for
nearly 80 years have been cut. Forever altering the integrity. I'm not a purist by any stretch,
but to witness the French Bubbah Works in action, even I'm offended.
 

FreedomMachinist

Look Ma, No Hands!
This bike slipped through the bombs and bullets of a world war to be cut down by clueless curators, who were actually entrusted to preserve it - ignorance beyond believe - even my girlfriend - who is kind of clueless, thought this to be very rude...
 
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