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Michael31-Aug-2016 16:09
I hardly ever look here, you can shoot me a message on turbobricks.
Brian Smith 28-Apr-2016 13:05
Hi Michael: You seem to be pretty expert with Volvo IRS Nivomat conversions. I would like to communicate with you on this.
Bryan 13-Oct-2013 23:07

Great meeting you at the bout on Saturday night. Please let me know when
the photos of the Southern Delaware Roller Girls are available s we can
share it with our audience. Thank you !

Bryan Shupe
margie 08-Aug-2008 01:24
this is so cool....i love looking at all of them...
andyphotox29-Jun-2008 00:31
Hey Mike
Check out this HDR photography the potentials are endless!

Hold Fast
Michael23-Jun-2008 18:22
Mine came from Europe, they were OE. Email sent.
Jason Repko 30-May-2008 05:42
I found your photo's while searching for information for AstralAutoHersteller (aftermarket company making e-code lights for Volvo 240's). I saw the e-codes of you blue 245 first on Turbo Bricks, then here on PBase.
I was wondering if the lights you installed on your vehicle were purchased from FCP Groton, which I understand gets them from a manufacturer called DJ Auto?
Did you get them via an online/eBay source like "Swedish Auto Lamps" who claims they are manufactured from AstralAutoHersteller?
I've done plenty of digging and research, spoken with Daniel Stern about my swapout, etc...but unfortunately I can't IN PERSON anyone's 240 who's got lights from either source. Your pictures are good and if you're able to tell me the info on them I will at least have detail to SOME degree before I buy something with out seeing it first!
Thank you in advance!
~jason repko
Michael22-Sep-2005 01:28
Took me forever to notice the comment. Sorry.
I sent an email. No need to strip all the paint, but fine sand isn't too hard on steel.
Francesco 18-Jun-2005 08:30
Hey Mike

any pointers to someone who wants to repaint a bicycle frame and has never done so before? what do you strip the old paint job with? it is a steel MTB frame which i intend to convert to a single speed by cutting off the vert dropouts and adding track ends...i have access to a sandblasting unit, but was told this would ultimately weaken the steel frame...true? any feedback would help..
Michael30-Oct-2004 02:43
Thank You, Lisa.
Lisa15-Oct-2004 21:27
Mike, thanks for stopping by my gallery and giving my spider a name. This particular one was rather large. Some of the others I had seen this year were thin in the midsection. Love your cat photos!