Old 05-19-12, 04:45 AM
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A really large frame, such as the one depicted, is very hard to find a buyer for. And when you do find a buyer, there will likely be only one. The size of the bicycle, to me, renders it to be a very poor buy, if flipping in intended.

As for the all chrome fork, no problem. I have owned several similar Bianchi bicycles, and some were fitted with an all chrome set...



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