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Old 03-26-11, 11:46 AM
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latido frame?

Interested in picking this up any info out there?







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Interested in picking this up any info out there? how much would you spend on it








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Without further information, that rates as the most useless first post I've seen on any forum.
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Google is your friend. This page https://www.trademarkia.com/latido-73818672.html gives you lots of information. It might also be useful, be blowed if I can tell

Here's one for sale https://store.bicycleczar.com/product-p/03120222.htm
Looks like they are carbon frame tubes with aluminium lugs. Glued together of course. Dunno how solid they'd be for the rough and tumble of everyday road use but certainly interesting as a period piece.
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so are you trying to buy one or sell one
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Originally Posted by roger mora
so are you trying to buy one or sell one
u r the best troll in while frend
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