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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 4:47 pm 
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I defer to your greater knowledge and wisdom on such matters.


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Diabolus in singulis est


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bikenut2010 wrote:
Diabolus in singulis est


:D


Only if the detail is correct.....which of course it is.....as i have no intention of contradicting you.


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xmas bump, offers considered for this multi-national bike :D


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10 shillings...old money.....a shiny 10 bob note!.....Merry Crimbo!


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and a silver 3d piece for the xmas pud :lol:


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bikenut2010 wrote:
and a silver 3d piece for the xmas pud :lol:


Have you ever seen a silver 3d coin?....They are really tiny....major risk of swallowing it.

Have a happy Crimbo....take care of your self....bump...good luck with the sale.


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sawston_vulcan wrote:

Have you ever seen a silver 3d coin?....They are really tiny....major risk of swallowing it.



In the words of George Harrison " All Things Must Pass" :lol:

...my nan used them every Xmas, 2 in the pudding ( big family! )

Have a great Roman appropriated pagan solstice fest! 8)


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if you decide you want to sell the bare frameset.. 8)


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frame and fork 250 with BB and seatpost :)


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