Old 05-03-22, 01:33 AM
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I would happily repair it but I'm in the UK which would likely be excessively expensive for shipping. It just needs a TIG weld, a bit of brass, a sliver of car body filler, some similar paint, and then either a chainstay protector or some old-fashioned Mark I mud and you will never see it
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