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Old 11-28-19, 06:10 PM
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Bring tools and break it down to the bare frame. I mean, remove everything, even the pressed-in headset cups. Maybe leave the chain, for kicks. Then email a pic of just the frame locked, asking the owner how much he wants for it. You'll have to figure out the camera situation first, but that shouldn't be too much trouble.

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