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A couple new additions, and a small mystery.

Old 08-09-17, 10:01 AM
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A couple new additions, and a small mystery.

A Trek 970 in as found condition.


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Old 08-09-17, 10:03 AM
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That paint is in amazing shape!
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And now the mystery,
A 69 women's Raleigh Sports in really nice condition.


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The mystery is deez nuts lol


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I've seen examples of there star nuts on here someplace. I was searching for Rudge pathfinders and getting that and similar results from other bike Marques. Don't remember at the moment which brand...
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Oh, unrelated. That sticker ( BB) on the 970 I had the same one on my white Trek 400. It had frame irregularities that made it usable but not a standard build. The chainstay driveside was not crimped to allow much space for the chainring.
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