New steel project with polished parts

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willhouse
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by willhouse

I'll be keeping an eye one this!

Love a bit of Mirror polishing. The king of it here in the UK is Mike the Polisher in Scotland, he has a reputation for polishing alloy wheels, but I think he will do anything if asked.

If my TA Crank arms ever get a bit tired looking, they will be getting the polished treatment.

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by BeeBee30

Looking good Kevin, can't wait to see it built up, think your gonna need to get a Flandria jersey to wear while riding it 8)
Ti or dye!

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KB
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by KB

BeeBee30 wrote:think your gonna need to get a Flandria jersey to wear while riding it 8)
You must be Mystic Meg. I have a Flandria jersey (De Vlaeminck), but also a Salvarani (Gimondi), Faema (Merckx) and Peugeot (Simpson and Merckx).

Maybe you can give me the Euromillions numbers :lol:

CarpetFibre
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by CarpetFibre

Wow this looks exciting. Out of interest where did you get your things polished? I'm considering getting some polishing done too...

KB
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by KB

Well, I've had quite a few frames sprayed by a local painter. One time I wanted to get some cranks polished. The painter recommended a small company locally. They do a nice job. I live in Hull in the North of England.

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