I just got a bike and need some info. 1. The bike is a Van Tuyl. I'm not sure what date it is but probably mid 80's -90's? 2. This is a Columbus tubing bike. Very light. I'm assuming it's steel. It's set up with full Campy Record 8 speed. 1" Campy headset and a Italmanubri ITM Eclypse quill stem. The fork looks like Chromolly, also Columbus. Very smooth to ride. The previous owner even put on Chorus pedals. With all that is great, I have a question. There are two small dents in the top tube, same side. You can't see them in the pictures as hard as I have tried to take a decent photo. There are no cracks anywhere although there are some scrapes and scuffs. No big deal. I want to ride this bike. Do these dents in this tubing put me at risk and if they do, being steel, can it be repaired? If I have to, I'll strip the frame for parts for the money I spent on it. But I got on it, and it is a sweet bike. Any feedback would be appreciated. Oh yeah, I don't race, so this would be just another nice training bike.