Old 04-26-18, 06:11 PM
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Yep, if you had a Strawberry it was his early work when he worked for Andy Newlands at Strawberry. He later went to work for Merz then struck out on his own. These three laid the framebuilder groundwork in PDX and are why it's in our DNA.

Originally Posted by Paul J View Post
Many moons ago I had an mid-70's Strawberry the had DiNucci signature on it. It had the most beautiful thinned lugs and finishing work. Is that the same DiNucci? I think the first name was Mark.

I should have never sold that bike... but isn't that what we all say. :-)
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