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    #61
    Originally posted by JamesE30 View Post




    sweet gad almighty you have some cool shit crammed in that garage!
    that disc makes me......uuuhhhhhhhhhhhh........ [/tremble]

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      #62
      Ill post pics of my FREE bike, well free plus new tires, tubes, and a cup holder...

      While on the way home from work one day someone had an old Trek 950 out in front of their house with the sign 'Free to a good home' Nothing was wrong with it so i took her in, pumped up the tires and went to riding.

      The frame was too small so i traded a friend for a taller schwinn frame that was fairly light. Repainted the frame to make it look like a Ferrari bike with my own vynals and made it a single speed [still have a freewheel]

      Note: Yes, has a full casette out back, im a cheap ass so it stays!

      Winter storage


      Last edited by Joe318is; 11-27-2007, 10:25 AM.


      Originally posted by vlad
      Do you know anybody else who built that many bad ass E30s?

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        #63
        The new whip! picked her up this afternoon

        1972 viscount
        Fixed conversion
        Custom built (by hand) velocity wheels
        Brooks saddle

        1989 Bronzit 325ia- Sold
        1986 Diamondschwarz Grey Market 325i Sport Mtech 1- Parted out
        1988 Delphin 327i- Sold
        1995 Cosmos M3- Current

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          #64
          Old stronglight crank from a Puegeot? Nice lack angles make it comfy to ride. Some Mustache bar would be cool

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            #65
            Originally posted by scabzzzz View Post
            I died once doing that. My left nut never recovered

            :(
            Did they let you keep it in a jar?
            tasty

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              #66
              Originally posted by T3rd Ferguson View Post
              The new whip! picked her up this afternoon

              1972 viscount
              Fixed conversion
              Custom built (by hand) velocity wheels
              Brooks saddle

              that bike/pic makes me want to smoke a joint for some reason... those handlebar grips take me way back.
              Last edited by Maluco; 01-29-2008, 06:56 PM.

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                #67
                Originally posted by Maluco View Post
                that bike/pic makes me want to smoke a joint for some reason...
                One step ahead of ya buddy, one step ahead of ya.
                1989 Bronzit 325ia- Sold
                1986 Diamondschwarz Grey Market 325i Sport Mtech 1- Parted out
                1988 Delphin 327i- Sold
                1995 Cosmos M3- Current

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                  #68
                  Originally posted by SchnellerVert View Post
                  Old stronglight crank from a Puegeot? Nice lack angles make it comfy to ride. Some Mustache bar would be cool
                  i'm thinking about flat pedals and some nice drop bars. may actually convert it again to single speed. has flip/flop rear hub and i have all the parts. it'd be nice having a bike with brakes for once.

                  It's actually painted a color very similar to diamond black! winz!
                  1989 Bronzit 325ia- Sold
                  1986 Diamondschwarz Grey Market 325i Sport Mtech 1- Parted out
                  1988 Delphin 327i- Sold
                  1995 Cosmos M3- Current

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                    #69
                    fbm capone:



                    i have an older cannondale mtn bike too:

                    "Modern cars, they all look like electric shavers."
                    http://www.flickr.com/photos/bloodonthemotorway/sets/

                    sigpic

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                      #70


                      Diablo freeride park = KILLER TIMEZ!!!

                      '96 328is
                      '97 m3
                      '04 zhp

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                        #71
                        Got the two 'Ol Cannondale MTB, The really ol rollfast, the schwinn racer 3spd , and the bridgestone 3spd. All just for fun going to downtown lawrence or hitting the river trails. Though always been a big cannondale fan.
                        the wife's 1998 Volvo f700:

                        My 2000 F500:

                        The Townie Rollfast:

                        The Townie Schwinn Racer:

                        Project Bridgestone needs seat post and werk:
                        E30 325ix 62k

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                          #72
                          This is my Standard STA from 1998 i believe. the frame only. everything else is custom, i never ride it anymore but it sits at my apt. i wanna sell it

                          1989 Bronzit 325ia- Sold
                          1986 Diamondschwarz Grey Market 325i Sport Mtech 1- Parted out
                          1988 Delphin 327i- Sold
                          1995 Cosmos M3- Current

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                            #73
                            Originally posted by T3rd Ferguson View Post
                            This is my Standard STA from 1998 i believe. the frame only. everything else is custom, i never ride it anymore but it sits at my apt. i wanna sell it
                            I just sold my late circa 90's BMX racing bike stuff on bmxmuseum.com and ebay. The bmx museum has changed their selling rules where you have to have 20+ posts before being able to sell there. Other than that people there do grab up things fairly quick. Depending on how custom it is you might be better off parting it out instead as I was with mine.

                            Nice bike too ..

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                              #74
                              My dad's company has been making some of the tubes for cannondale for about 20-25 years. He's huge into biking, and here are a few of his bikes:






                              He has since gotten more bikes.
                              Originally posted by BillBrasky
                              E36's are the Stephen Baldwin of the 3 series family. They barely hold everything together and they only sold a lot because of the popularity of their older sibling.
                              1991 318i Alpine II - S50/5-lug swapped - track car
                              1989 325i Cirrusblau - Daily
                              1970 2500 - Malaga over Grey Cloth
                              2012 F350 6.7PSD

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                                #75
                                Just saw this thread. I will take some pcis tomorrow. COOL

                                Ty


                                http://www.europeanplates.com Build and Preview plates
                                R3V Discount Code = R3V2012

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