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Old 03-19-11, 07:23 PM
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Your bicycle is entry level Japanese, best guess. You can get a pretty good idea of its approximate vintage by visiting this page on dating bicycle components. Study your components and compare to the information offered there.

Though not sure if you are new to the interest in vintage bicycle or not, but allow me to invite you to visit MY "TEN SPEEDS", a website aimed at helping people understand how to find, street restore and enjoy owning an old bicycle.

Hope this is a help.
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