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MY UNIVEGA PATHFINDER - FINISHED
Normally I wouldn't give a Univega a second thought, but I had this 70s model bike sitting around and liked the 2nd gusset so I decided to make a project out of it.
I decided to paint the bike myself and ended up using some Valspar Paint/Primer combo from Lowes for the frame. Surprisingly the paint went on very smooth and the finish is pretty impressive for a spray bomb. This was a low stress, low budget build so it was fun to play around with it.
I had the Preston Petty grips already so I decided to use them as the basis for the color scheme. All other parts used were ones I already had including the Motomags and tires. Just missing the coaster brake hanger and maybe some custom decals and she'll be done.
Last edited by ratrodbikes (2013-01-22 7:43am)
Re: MY UNIVEGA PATHFINDER - FINISHED
dude that a hell of a job. love the forks. some ashtabula cranks would set it off...i have kicked those rat traps out of my way for years...i wish i had a box of them now. they fit the bill perfect on this build super job
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