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80s Stumpy with bad paint advice

Old 03-18-19, 08:58 AM
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thanks for the advice guys, definitely will not try and go overboard too quickly. Seeing as how the spring/ summer months are right here, I'd rather get on with the main part of the assembly to try out different setups. Clean and polish, extra wipe with WD40 on the really badly exposed areas while I tinker with it. The frame is small for me, and I was going to pass it on, but I would like to try some different handlebars. I've had my eye on the VO Klunker bars...
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