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My sweet old school gonna get the paper & coffee bike

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My sweet old school gonna get the paper & coffee bike

Old 10-10-11, 03:52 PM
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My sweet old school gonna get the paper & coffee bike

I have attached a photo of my old school 1980's steel Italian beast with Mt Bars and some back in the day Paul Love Levers for your enjoyment.
I spent my day tweeking the wheels and adding new cable ends 4 cost me $5...wtf???
Any how she is a beauty....twitchy, a size to small actually a 54 but since it is a classic I will suffer.

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