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Old 05-20-15, 10:21 AM   #7
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It's an interesting bike. But, looks pretty clapped out. Make sure wheels spin true, gears shift, seat & stem aren't stuck. You could easily sink $100 - $200 to get it in shape. And, that's if you do all the work yourself. I would give $20 for that. No more than $35. Good luck. Have fun.
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