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#1 2011-01-27 12:26am

sammy c
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1975 M&L

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1975 M&L

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#2 2011-01-27 8:04am

BillyBad
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Re: 1975 M&L

Rad square back!


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#3 2011-01-27 10:54am

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Re: 1975 M&L

WOW!!!!!   Absolutely stunning!!!   big_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smile

C'mon....don't leave us hangin'!    What's the story?   Please spare no detail!

This is only the third or fourth to show up and to have it be OG and in such excellent is simply amazing!    I'm floored!

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#4 2011-01-27 11:00am

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Re: 1975 M&L

FAV!

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#5 2011-01-27 1:19pm

dewabo
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Re: 1975 M&L

this may be my all time favorite bike...

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#6 2011-01-27 4:23pm

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Re: 1975 M&L

Hey Sam good to see you here. We talked over at the cabe website back in '06 or'07 My screen name is odds&sods over there. I have the blue restored M&L with the low frame like Jack in northern California has. Sam found that bike in a thrift store in Texas just how you all see it. It's all OG. That makes 4 that have surfaced now. Sam's Jack's Mine and DRbmxbikes. And By the offer I made to buy yours thee or four years ago still stands.wink
http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=253450


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#7 2011-01-27 6:52pm

sammy c
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Re: 1975 M&L

Whole story is this bike cost $7.50 at Goodwill.Couldn't roll it out of the store because the rear wheel wouldn't turn.The original grease(still white)was so dry and caked the hub was froze.There was some ware on the rear tire so it must have been ridden at sometime but not much before being stored.Frame # is 186. and I see yours is in the 700s so M&L must have built at least 1000 frames. DRbmxbikes has one like mine---wonder what the #s are on it?
Jack once said "we should line them up for a photo" that would be cool.
Has anyone checked with local bike shops in Cal. to see if any--oldtimers remember M&L or maybe the Library to see if they have old Phone Books from the 70s?Someone gotta know something about who the M&L builder was---sam

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#8 2011-01-28 12:37pm

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Re: 1975 M&L

Some of the rarest of the rare! Thanks for posting!smile


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#9 2011-01-28 5:24pm

Monster-Robot
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Re: 1975 M&L

$7.50...Wow!  Now that's a score!

Bring it to Bellflower in June so we can see it with Sods!

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#10 2011-01-29 7:54am

sammy c
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Re: 1975 M&L

Is anyone in the San Fernando Cal area? If so how about going by the Public Library and see if they have a history section with Old phone books and "yellow pages"
If they have 1975 or 76 yellow pages we might get a lead on M&Ls

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#11 2011-09-29 3:16pm

RyanPartridge
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Re: 1975 M&L

Pretty good history lesson going on concerning M&L over here...

http://bmxsociety.com/topic/52513-ml-or … -revealed/


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