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Old 02-01-17, 09:25 AM
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SkyDog75
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Originally Posted by trail_monkey View Post
K thanks. I doubt I am going to spend the hundreds it would take but it was a fine bike in it's day.
Might not be as expensive as you think. I can get a frame & fork sandblasted and powder coated locally for under fifty bucks.

...and if it's a nice model, restoration could cost a lot less than a comparable new bike.
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