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Old 07-23-09, 06:31 AM   #1
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Hello from Hungary

Hi. Greetings to Forum users! I am someone who used to spend most of his time building and fixing his and sometimes others' bikes quite a long while ago. Also fixed up and rode a few really beaten up bikes at a summer camp where I worked in New Hampshire in the 90's, hence the idea of riding on rust... Trying to find info on how to rebuild a 1975 Raleigh Grand Prix...
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