BabyCino

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  1. 4/4 Stegs! That's some serious collecting in one evening...
  2. Nice KP! Dope wheel set.
  3. I'll say dibs on the grips... Mongoose grips usa stamped - $20 ... but I'm thinking Rowan might want to reconsider?!?
  4. Nice cranks. Good grab Carl. 😀
  5. FYI fellas. Chad (Chad323) is the Bullsye go to man here in Oz and a top bloke, so if you're looking for some fresh cages for the 2nd gen. Skyway's give him a holla.
  6. Hmmmm... Redline/Divorce? Someone snaffle this before I call a lawyer!! Super ride! 😎
  7. One of my mates, Michael Peck, is wanting to do a series of paintings with BMX helmets. He knows I collect bikes, but I don't collect any helmets or jerseys. I was wondering if any of you guys who do in Melbz might be able to help out with a lend of some for a photoshoot. Below is Michael's website and some images for reference... http://www.michaelpeckart.com So if you'd be happy to have your helmet immortalised in the Australian art scene give me a holler. Cheers, Cam
  8. One of my mates, Michael Peck, is wanting to do a series of paintings with BMX helmets. He knows I collect bikes, but I don't collect any helmets or jerseys. I was wondering if any of you guys who do in Melbz might be able to help out with a lend of some for a photoshoot. Below is Michael's website and some images for reference... http://www.michaelpeckart.com So if you'd be happy to have your helmet immortalised in the Australian art scene give me a holler. Cheers, Cam
  9. Man those Bikegirls from Hungary... Smokin!
  10. Great day and sick bikes... Awesome photos!
  11. I've had a few things done with these guys. Frame, forks and some cranks. Got the frame refinished with some touch ups on the dropouts and there was a tiny crack down the TT/Seat tube weld. They rewelded this - it was an okay job but didn't match the coins on the OG welds so was a bit clumsier than I would have liked. The dropouts came out a treat - like new. The chrome was fantastic. Absolutely superb. Show all the way, even the tight spots. Then later sent some forks and OPC. The forks came back spot on but the cranks (after a heftier charge than quoted) were very disappointing. There was a bit of pant rub/rust, mostly on the drive side, and this wasn't linished so the stamping wasn't very clear as there was a heap of pitting around it. Really poor job. I'm in two minds now. Really like the refurbish work, but might get another chromer to do the plating next time. No point in dropping fat dollars that comes to nothing: I certainly can't use the cranks for show unless I get them redone. Probably end up costing more than a NOS set by the time they're finished properly. Overall very mixed results.
  12. Some old skoolin.. http://youtu.be/20XzYSu1GY4
  13. Yeah I love the Museum. fantastic! Gary and the crew do a super job. Got some cool mates on there too. Sure does somedays. But hey, one day tears, next day it's all smiles...
  14. True, true.
  15. Oh yeah, seen 'em before and I'll see 'em again - last time at a heap cheaper too. Part of the beauty of the hobby is the hunt. So it's not so much about the item, but about the kinda slippery approach some dudes have to trading.