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Happens all the time. I'm at the point where I'm not buying the sob stories any more. As a matter of fact right now I have a guy who has been bugging me for weeks that he'd buy a bike, now when it comes down to it he's trying to haggle me down another $75... Sorry bud, not for cross country shipping.
Thanks. Im officially done. 16 completes and 15 framesets displayed in a bedroom. You can open the door and stand there but you literally cannot walk in. Its completely dumb really. Im out of room so i cant even build any more bikes so Im kinda at a loss of what to do next......
I wonder if using the "wayback machine" over at archive.org could recover some of the lost photos?
Ha! Interesting idea to check on this. I actually just put together training materials earlier this year for patent examiners on the Wayback Machine. Old web pages can be used as prior art to invalidate pending patent applications.
Unfortunately I fear that any embedded images are still going to be linked to the site that hosts them. It would be a tedious task to look for images as well. The Internet Archive isn't great for finding stuff buried deep within a site. Usually just snapshots from the outer couple layers of a site are captured.
I don't think I've even taken one of my 20s out of the garage in over a year. Maybe I'll take one out this weekend to take a pic for this thread. If you're lucky I'll treat you to a broken fork shaft bar endo action shot.