Customer of the day. Hercules was in the shop with his owner to find a new bike appropriate for hauling him around.
In the days before 29ers, there was the Bianchi Project 5.  Tange-tubed relic in for a flat. 
NOS Swingline 747 acquisition from University Stationary. This one was actually made in New York.  We’re digging those wood panels!

Number one reason why not to go with narrow ass handlebars. 42’s fit a family sized pizza from the Mansfield Pizzeria nice and snug. via http://ift.tt/16NHsEi
Randy and our old pair of bolt cutters
Color matched shift cable, 700c tires, and bar tape - just in time for spring. 
Looks like we’re about to get invaded.
Beware of this and that.