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Old 12-20-07, 05:41 PM   #1
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Anybody know what this is?

Nobody bid on ebay but it is local and I could probably find the owner. I don't have any folders.
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Old 12-20-07, 06:38 PM   #2
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1079s generic bike boom folder. 1000s made with hundreds of different names on them. If its rideable $100 at the max. Probably less. You will be amazed how heavy it is. Roger
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Old 12-20-07, 10:24 PM   #3
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Not worth much IMHO. Frame is identical to Peugeot I had that was in much better shape, and I didn't think it was worth the time to overhaul it. The Peugeot chain guard was more elaborate but both guards appear to be made by the same outfit.

The Peugeot had 28 hole 406 alloy rims so I kept the wheels and gave the rest away. 406 28s are a great find as SA S5s and FWs are much easer to find in 28h than 36h.
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I seem to recall seeing a Worksman that was very similar to that, although the current models are not.
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