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    awesome that you have one of my pix

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    This one?
    you should se the white perfed regal saddle on her now. mmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdub
    Not everyone appreciate class bikes, especially the newer generation cyclists. But this is good in a way, cuz then potential thief will steal the newer bikes than my classic steel bike.

    At my LBS, they were more appreciative of my MXL. In fact the co-owner has an original Motorola team bike that was even raced in the Paris Roubaix!
    Is that Tom at La Bicicletta??

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    Yeah I think that's his name. The older guy with glasses (taller one)

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    Hi MerckxGuys,

    Some of my bikes, a real molteni 1972-73, a molteni replica repainted and it will be built up with full campy record, a teveblad teambike, a replica frame from kelme, a brandnew corsa extra never driven, some stradas....

    joris
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    holy that's a serious collection of Merckx bikes!! Thanks for sharing!

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    Holy crap that's an incredible collection!! I've never seen many of those paint combinations. Now I know who's been buying all the white saddles on eBay for the last year ;-)

    Great pics, thanks for sharing!

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    also a non competition molteni, 1972, and an modern bike.
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    My "new" Merckx - Corsa SL

    I received this frameset about two weeks ago and have been puttering at putting it together.

    There is quite a bit of snow and ice outside right now so can't take it outside anyway.

    I am guessing at early '80's since the rear dropouts are spaced at 126 mm.

    All parts from my spare parts bin.

    It joins my Corsa Extra in the stable of lugged steel beauties in my garage.
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    TMB,

    Looks great!! congrats on such a nice purchase.

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    Joris-Is that the Merckx warehouse??? :)

    Joris,

    Is that the Merckx warehouse???? That is an insane collection of Merckxs! Which one is your favorite?

    Cheers,

    Texbike

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    TMB- That is a cool Merckx you have there!

    Too Many Bikes,

    That is a sharp, early bike. Nice collection of parts on it as well. In fact, I haven't seen curved Record dt shifters before. Those are cool!

    I also dig the old high-flange Record hubs. They have a graceful beauty to them. I'm working on an early 80s Cinelli and am looking for a set for the bike.

    Anyway, congrats on the bike.

    Cheers,

    Mike

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    Joris told me he has a collection of 60 Merckx bikes!! He said he probably has the largest collection in the world. I think he's looking at selling some of his stash as he's been asking me about how the used Merckx market is in the US.

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    Hi,

    I think the original molteni bike by Kessels is my favorite. I will put some detail pics on the net in a few weeks, it is a never cleaned, never used and perfectly original bike. He is so beatifull....

    The bike I had the most beautifull races on is the blue white one with the white saddle and the very bad delta brakes and Dura ace tripple. A strange combination I know.

    At the moment I drive 4 times a week the Rodriguez bike. I work for an American Company, Medtronic, and I take the bike wherever I go. My boss, an American, likes the collors very well. I like America.

    Yes it is true, I'd like to offer a few things on ebay on the name molteni1973, but I have very little experience at the moment. I won't offer frames at the moment, it is to difficult and to early. I will begin with pedals, parts....

    Wait and see, it will change very fast.

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    I just Campyfied my Merckx AX Ti..... I think she looks pretty good, but rides fantastic.
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    Tyler, you are by far the most interesting single-serving friend I have ever met.

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    My TI AX
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    1973 Kessels Eddy Merckx

    Here's my 1973 Kessels. Paint, parts and braze-ons are not original, but the decals are. Bought it direct from the factory in Belgium.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    No picture show up ensor

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    this you will like

    Hi,

    here a telekom time trial bike, a NOS, never driven 10 the anniversary, and the yellow 20 the anniversary frame...

    All bikes - or frames - will be for sale on E bay in a few months. There are more of my bikes a bit higher in this tread.

    Kind regards,

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    Joris you are lucky we don't know where you live! You have a truly incredible collection of vintage Merckx frames/bikes. I have a feeling the bikes made today aren't going to be looked at so fondly 20yrs from now :-)

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    I can't believe how many Merckx's you have Joris! Are you getting ready to open the world's first Merckx Only Vintage Bike Shop.

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    54cm TSX

    oldie but a goodie.can't believe i had this bike almost 15 years.could use an update i suppose.i'm new to this picture posting so it ain't the best.lots of great looking EM's in this thread folks.

    Scott
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    Merckx Ti Ax

    I bought this in 1999 and have 27,000 miles on the frame. I've replaced the wheels, fork and groupo once. Last summer I replaced the decals and now it looks new again.
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    This years rig to make me look good

    I got myself this frame this past Christmas and just finished the build with full Campy and the new UltraTorque crankset in 175mm. I had it out today for the first time and it feels like a rocket.
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