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Paris Galibier.

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Hi all, just started to restore my late Father-in-laws Paris Galibier, thought i would share it with you as i progress, finding it very enjoyable and also emotional. I bought my first new carbon road bike a few years ago and i can image him taking delivery of his Paris when it was new and how exited he must have been. Anyway any input from you would be great. Ps have tried to upload images but finding it tricky. Thanks Daz.



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Looking forward to see your build!



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Nice unique frame
Beautiful lug works
Can't wait to see your next line up of images!

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Wow! This frame is very interesting. I love the lug work!

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