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 Post subject: Breezer Storm Frame SOLD
PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 3:39 pm 
B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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SORRY GUYS, SOLD
:(
I just don't seem to be able to build this beaut up, I have tried twice with different components but I just never finish it off so............its for sale

Its a 1997 breezer storm in alu, 17.5" C-c, 19.5 C-t, Beautiful metallic blue with the cue dart paint job, classic breezer dropouts, and the breezer badge up front.

I bought this about year ago from Italy and it has sat in the shed eversince, occasionally dragged out to admire.
It was bought as NOS and I paid about £150 in total for it.

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Included will be a cane creek aheadset which has a bit of dust in the bearings but will put you on till a nice CK headset in blue can be fitted (it deserves it) and an XT chainstay protecter, got some canti studs to fit it and some cable-stop reducers for the top tube cable guides.
The bottom bracket will be removed before posting as I still need it, sorry.

It is in fab condition for its age but it does have a couple of chips from storage (I have done my best to show on the photos), but otherwise this frame is in great condition.

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plenty more photos here guys (and gals)

It would also appear to be begging for some lawill leader forks,
:?: Is this normal for breezers :?:

:( £130.00 posted, would prefer Paypal


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Bugger. Probably too big for me.

What's the top tube length?


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2006 3:50 pm 
B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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Does that mean you have now some money left for another carbon project ? 8)


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