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Old 05-31-15, 06:58 PM
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The Market has spoken, the bikes that are coming with me are.....

Of the Pinarello Cadore and Centurion Ironman of my wife's, the Cadore is coming us to England.



The big one is my bikes. I tonight I sold the Pinarello Catena Lusso which means I get to keep the Tommasini Competizione.



Things worked out the way I wanted, my wife has the Cadore and I have the Tommasini, I was sweating a little when someone wanted to see the Tommasini last week but they bailed.
Now I just have to sell the rest of the hoard
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My daughter just back from England today. I haven't seen her yet, but she says she's actually a little sunburned (!)

Have fun over there. And don't forget to pack some sunscreen.
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Permanent move? Work or retirement? Best wishes in either event!
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Beautiful pair. Good luck with the move.
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My daughter just back from England today. I haven't seen her yet, but she says she's actually a little sunburned (!)

Have fun over there. And don't forget to pack some sunscreen.
thank tou, you, I hope your daughter had a great time

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Permanent move? Work or retirement? Best wishes in either event!
permanent move, we will be re opening our store over in York, and thank you

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Beautiful pair. Good luck with the move.
thank you and thank you
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