Viking Frame

bagpusscp Posts: 2,907
edited October 2008 in Road general
Dickie .I think I might hang onto my old Viking frame set.Judging by the price of this one :shock: ... 286.c0.m14

The one I have maybe battered :roll: but who knows :wink: A coat of paint ... 456892668/


  • Dickie
    Dickie Posts: 1,489
    No worrys BP. That seller is not honest in his descriptions. He takes pics from very crafty angles so as to hide faults. Sold me a bent frame with a crushed seat stay and a bent chain stay. His description was "Scruffy in need of paint". Not "bent from arseholes to breakfast time". Even said I would send it back at my expense, so incurring double postage and he would not refund me,Tosser.

    This is just my opinion of course.
  • GaryGkn
    GaryGkn Posts: 1,199
    He certainly likes to value the frames he sells very highly.
  • meagain
    meagain Posts: 2,331
    Paul, the asking price is one thing .... he ain't sold it yet!

    As he says "a tryer"!
    "Cancel my subscription to the resurrection."
  • Bagpusscp: ... 456892668/ Sorry but this nearly made me wet myself! That is so beautiful....
    jedster wrote:
    Just off to contemplate my own mortality and inevitable descent into decrepedness.
    FCN 3 or 4 on road depending on clothing
    FCN 8 off road because I'm too old to go racing around.
  • bagpusscp
    bagpusscp Posts: 2,907
    Cheers.I bought it from a chap in Bristol about 2 years ago.It was a complete bike{updated}.Stripped it down and had it resparyed by Mercians.Chrome work is original,although it is down to the nickel plate on the rear triangle. Frame dates to 1963. I will get round th rebuilding it.Room however is an issue at the momment. :oops:
    As you can tell I like Cartlons.