I will probably go through these, later and add captions. Check back, if you are interested.
Triumph fixed gear. I got this one after I had built up my red version. I had this one powder-coated black, to build for myself. Then, I realized I really didn't need two Triumph fixed-gears, so I sold it.
American Flyer. Carol's original single-speed, the Hornet II. The frame got bent in a crash, and I built up another for her.
Sekai 1000. A yard-sale find. It was one of those bikes that you could tell, by looking, had never been ridden. Still had the OEM tires and Sekai-branded saddle. Nice little bike.
I bought this Ross off of eBay, because I wanted the leather sew-on bar covers. This was well before Velo Orange started selling their sew-on Elkhide covers. I cut the bar covers down to fit on a flop and chop bullhorn, and installed them on my red Triumph fixed gear. They were still on it when I sold the bike.
63cm Raleigh SuperCourse Mk II. I really wish this bike had been my size. I love the coppery orange color.
Peugeot UO-8, fresh from the powder-coater. This was the first bike to be built in my shop building. I wish the shop was that neat, now!
Another UO-8. This one was in Pittsburgh, when I bought it on ebay. My sister went and picked it up, then brought it to my parent's house, when we were both there to visit. The green paint is fairly rare, and it was a pretty good-looking bike.
A guy ripped this Peugeot picture off of my site, and used it to advertise a bike on craigslist. I emailed him about it, and he took it down. I've wondered, since, if he was trying to scam someone or if, as he said, he just didn't have a good picture of his bike. (Yeah, right.)
St. Etienne fixed gear. The St. Etienne region of France is a hub of bicycling manufacture. This would be like having an automobile company called "Detroit".
Centurion was the road-bike arm (leg?) of Diamond Back. Once they became one-word DiamondBack, they put the name on all of their bikes and dropped Centurion. Their upper-end frames are quite nice.