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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 10:54 am 
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 0392904083

Not sure who built these, BIN is ok at £65. Guessing mid to late 90s....


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I think those bonded frames for Concorde are by Bridgestone, but am not sure.


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Elev12k wrote:
I think those bonded frames for Concorde are by Bridgestone, but am not sure.


If that was the case makes £65 even more reasonable. Paint aside looks like a pretty nice frame.


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I was interested in this but was out bid by the current seller.

The story goes; Originally sold on the Bay as frame only for about £35. The buyer added the quill converter, seatpost etc but another frame came along so he put this on Ebay for £45 BIN. I asked a few questions procrastinated too much and someone bid £10 taking the BIN option away. I waited all week bid £60+ but got out bid by this guy, now it's back on for £65 BIN but I don't want it anymore as I sold all the bits I had for it...

Still worth it though imo but I prefer his other frame.


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Tel wrote:
I was interested in this but was out bid by the current seller.

The story goes; Originally sold on the Bay as frame only for about £35. The buyer added the quill converter, seatpost etc but another frame came along so he put this on Ebay for £45 BIN. I asked a few questions procrastinated too much and someone bid £10 taking the BIN option away. I waited all week bid £60+ but got out bid by this guy, now it's back on for £65 BIN but I don't want it anymore as I sold all the bits I had for it...

Still worth it though imo but I prefer his other frame.


Been round the houses a bit then :lol:


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