Another oddball, 1983 Sprick Active Comfort. From German, it was marketed as the bike of the future. Unfortunately most of its innovations never got off the ground. It has a Sachs 3 speed and is very smooth to ride.
Here's my kids 34 Clipper badged soon to be correct Greyhound thanks to Bao @lounging Emblem built motobike from ML that had a few parts swapped through out the show. Thanks for selling it to me Eric. So if anyone needs a Westfield Clipper badge I've got one available.
A new in the box titanium Rockshox Mag20-Ti fork arrived for the Clark Kent/Kawasaki prototype bike. Even boxed and stored away it suffered the “greening effect” on the legs. They apparently originally polished the titanium legs and then applied a gold tinted lacquer. After which a plasticized coating was applied for better finish durability. These will need to be done for the project. Some where online I thought I saw these forks originally sold for either $1,300 or $1,500 but now cannot find the post. Does anyone know if that is true? I am still in need of some nice Shimano XTR M900 parts to get the bike back to the original specifications.
A killer Columbia newspaper print block and early Eclipse hub also arrived.