I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
- Nov 18, 2009
- Chicago area west
I just watched this today. I think he payed like 1100 for it then another 4500 for the "restoration". What blows me away is that the "expert" said the fork was bent then after he was done the fork was still obviously bent..... A lot. The seat looked ridiculous too. I mean if you are going to spend 4500 you could at least not MacGyver a seat together for it. Oh well. Someone will get the shiny old bike they always wanted.... And then realize their foot hits the front fender anytime they pedal and turn.what did Rick pay for the bike?
Oh cool. I don't know if the paint is original (never seen painted truss rods) but it sure looks cool. Worth putting old ladies pedals and an old ladies seat on it which can be found fairly affordably. Thanks for sharing.Oh no it was just a elgin handed down to me and that's the condition it's in...