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Old 11-09-09, 07:56 AM   #1
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Oh Wow, I got a new toy.

It's red, white, and shiney, with a hint of chrome too!

Look for build pics as the weekend nears.

This official teaser will have to do until I get the game cleaned up from the packing material and get the stand set up.

More to follow.
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Old 11-09-09, 08:22 AM   #2
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Bottecchia?
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Old 11-09-09, 09:15 AM   #3
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Nope, but I need one of those now that you mention it.
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It's red, white, and shiney, with a hint of chrome too!

Look for build pics as the weekend nears.

This official teaser will have to do until I get the game cleaned up from the packing material and get the stand set up.

More to follow.
Huffy with steel rims?
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My guess U-08?
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White Paramount w/red decals?

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Close. White French threaded Huffy Paramount with steel rims, and red stickers. Decals would be too much, lol.

Jusat out of the box, with a few minutes effort to make it look like a bike.






The excitement was too much for Baby. Maybe it was all the packing she got play with?
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Robbietunes ALERT!

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So THAT's where that thing went!
It's hard to keep track when the deal involves:

antdog
sjpitts
Montana50
JunkYardBike
A.Winthrop
txvintage
afilado
Spinz
my brother-in-law Rick
various CL scofflaws
Porkchop
and eBay



we won't even mention "the hat."
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So THAT's where that thing went!
It's hard to keep track when the deal involves:

antdog
sjpitts
Montana50
JunkYardBike
A.Winthrop
txvintage
afilado
Spinz
my brother-in-law Rick
various CL scofflaws
Porkchop
and eBay



we won't even mention "the hat."
"The hat" is turning into a problem. Everytime I put in on all of the neighborhood women just flock to the house. The husbands, and my wife, are getting irritated.

I think it may require a younger, single, holder of "the hat".
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