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Motobecane CT3 ... NIB .. for €10!

Old 01-20-15, 04:08 PM
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Motobecane CT3 ... NIB .. for €10!

There is some final assembly involved, though.



Luckily there are instructions:

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Old 01-20-15, 04:16 PM
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Nice! got a matching "big brother" for this model?
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Fork's bent.
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Originally Posted by Italuminium View Post
Nice! got a matching "big brother" for this model?
Not yet.

I wasn't aware of the CT3 before, and it does look like the kind of bike I'd like. It has occurred to me that it would be cool to have one, and paint the scale model in the same color. Nerdy, but cool.
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Fork's bent.
It probably will be after I'm done with it.
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Geez. Now you went and opened another sizing-thread can of worms. . .
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That's cool! Can you show us the tiny decals?

(btw: You need this as a display stand for it)







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Old 01-21-15, 12:52 AM
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That's cool! Can you show us the tiny decals?

(btw: You need this as a display stand for it)
Nice chainwheel!

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Assemble and hang it on the wall... oh, wait, lay it onto table.
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It's either that or extending the house
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It's either that or extending the house
You know, I've got so many bikes sitting around at the moment that you may actually be right.
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I thought plastic bikes were a touchy subject around here...
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