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PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:08 pm 
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Location: Mid Cornwall
Ok guys I'm clearing out the shed now to make some space for next year's plans. unfortunately this is the first to go.

It's a 23" apollo blizzard. I know - nothing special but might make a nice little winter project for someone. its not a complete bike as can be seen but I am including a set of bars and a seat (nothing special just parts bin so don't get excited :lol: )

I know its worthless really and thats why Im offering it for free. Truth be told I got quite attached to it after being given it by a mate but with so many other projects on the go it never made anything. Just want it to be built up for a cheap commuter/pub bike instead of being scrapped.

Collection only from Mid Cornwall area. Hopefully someone can use it because can't bring myself to dump it.

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