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Old 01-01-11, 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Von Stively View Post
Well, the super sport is an awsome bike. I would trade for something of equal value. Hoping somebody posts up another complete tourer like the voyageur above, or maybe a complete 520, with cantis. The supersport was above voyageur in the 82 line-up, third in the line. Custom paramounts at the top, a non custom paramount-like, then supersport s/p. $650.00 in 1982. The thing has no rust, no scratches, has the cyclone M-II's Gs500 brakes etc. Tange champion tubing, crome suntour drop outs, original racks(hard to find) even have the 1982 Cannondale panniers from when they onlu made accessories, no bikes yet.
Oh, okay, I know all that gear. I had those Cannondale panniers as well, in a light grey color. Good stuff. That's probably a nicer frame than my Bianchi, and definitely in better shape.
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