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Home Renovations that interupt the creative process

We recently embarked on a home renovation. We didn’t plan on discovering that the sewerage pipe that runs under my workshop would need to be replaced. I had already given up space in the workshop for storage during the reno but didn’t imagine this. They say patience is a virtue and I have always thought that being a framebuilder required a healthy degree of that. I suppose things will get back to normal soon enough. I haven’t shut the door and am still open for work. It may just take a fraction longer for a while

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Leo Mullins Repco Superlite

Leo brought me his much loved Repco Superlite with a broken rear dropout. We decided rather than just replace one and have them mismatched I would do them both together. Easy Peasy

Repco Superlite

Repco Superlite

Broken Rear Dropout

Broken Rear Dropout

New Dropouts brazed in

New Dropouts brazed in

Dropouts finished with paint

Dropouts finished with paint

 
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Posted by on September 5, 2014 in Uncategorized