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Copper/Gold/Brown Roy Thame Race / Tourcing Frame 1980

Posted by on September 15th, 2011 at 11:33 am

Year: 1980
Brand: Roy Thame
Model: Race / Tourcing Frame
Serial: 400 or 405 (first three digits of original owners SS#)
Stolen in Portland, OR 97209
Stolen From: Stolen from the South West corner of 11th and Marshall between 8:30 pm on 9/14 and 8:30 am of 9/15. Outside of Siler Gallery and accross from Via Delizia, catercorner from Tanner Springs Park.
Neighborhood: The Pearl
Owner: Ron Cecil
Reward: yes
Description: 1980 Roy Thame Touring/Racing Bike.
Gold/Copper Colored. Sun Tour derailer, Shimano breaks, French handle bars. New Black tape on bars. New front and rear lights.

Original owners Kentucky social security number is etched all over the bike. The first three digits are between 400-405.

New, but scuffed Brooks saddle.

Picture of what it would have looked like originally can be seen here:

My Bike can be seen here:

As you can see it had very distinctive wear on the top tube. It’s almost green from age and friction.

Bike was locked to the same two bikes in the above picture and to a bike stand.
Police record with: yes
Police reference#: T11006497
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

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