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Old 07-26-08, 08:20 AM   #1
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Columbia folding bike?

Have a chance to buy a 70's Columbia Commuter 2 folding bike in mint shape but not sure what to pay.

I did a search but found nothing, not even a picture. I think I could get it for 50 bucks but not sure if even that is to much.

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Have a chance to buy a 70's Columbia Commuter 2 folding bike in mint shape but not sure what to pay.

I did a search but found nothing, not even a picture. I think I could get it for 50 bucks but not sure if even that is to much.
I'd offer $25 and work up.
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