There's this place in Joliet, Dave's Bikes, that I've been using to get parts for bicycles I'm working on.
It's a bit unique. For one thing, if there wasn't a sign hanging over the road announcing "Dave's Bikes", you'd never, EVER, know that the rather innocuous looking brick building was actually a bike shop where new bikes are sold - and bikes are repaired.
I stopped in at Dave's on the way home from work to purchase some parts - I have this 1971 Murray Spectra, a 10 speed Men's Road Bike that I want to begin to "Dutch". I needed a set of handle bars, a saddle, and brake levers with new cables.
I bought the parts I thought, at the time, I needed. And, as it turned out, I was exactly right.
The handlebars fit and were the right type, the new saddle is perfect for upright seating, and the new brake levers are perfect.
Next will come a basket, fenders and a carrier for the rear - and when I'm done, I'll have perfect "Dutch" bike.
It's a 30" step over, so it's not too tall for me - but it's a 21" frame, so it's a reach from the seat to the ground. That said, I test road the bike, briefly, last night and it's very, very, comfortable.