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Stunning bike and pictures! :o


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Very nice (clean) build you have made!!!


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I've just made a puddle :shock:


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Someone's been eating their ready brek!

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Gorgeous.


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Thanks everyone!

BoyBurning wrote:
Someone's been eating their ready brek!

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Que :?:


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wow......classy!


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I am not generally a Specialized fan but that simply oozes class.

A trure enthusiasts machine

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 2:33 pm 
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That's really very special, well done sir. How many were made in total?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2011 3:40 pm 
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doctor-bond wrote:
That's really very special, well done sir. How many were made in total?


Not sure a final number was ever released. Mine is No. 166, but I can't find any frame details that would distinguish any frame through 92 to 95. I've heard numbers around 500. In 95, they discontinued the model and labeled 50 "Ned Overend" editions in hopes of boosting sales. They didn't sell, and I hear they were blowing them out to the tune of $500 a piece.


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