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 Post subject: Adroit
PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 2:57 pm 
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I need one of those except about 2 sizes larger. Anyone got a spare one lying about?


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 5:59 pm 
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Nice one Arch..always good to takes risks every now and then...
£900 is a good price for a nice Klein Adroit with rigids and sus forks at the moment IMHO..
I'll never forget though when I backed out of exactly the same deal on a Team M/G/P in the US a while back for just over £400!
Pretty sure yours is an 18" right?..looks perfect!
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jonrock wrote:
Nice one Arch..always good to takes risks every now and then...
£900 is a good price for a nice Klein Adroit with rigids and sus forks at the moment IMHO..
I'll never forget though when I backed out of exactly the same deal on a Team M/G/P in the US a while back for just over £400!
Pretty sure yours is an 18" right?..looks perfect!
J


Well, the shipping price was VERY high, so the deal was good but not amazing like I thought it would be.
It's an 18" allright and very pretty. The paint is not faded so it gleams in the sun brilliantly.
Actually it's so beautiful that I was just talking on the phone with certain forum member about it, because his wife wants the frameset... :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:54 pm 
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If those shipping costs where too high you know you can take it up with Paypal?...
I just sent a frame/fork/stem Klein to Europe and it was slightly over £50.
I guess the whole bike shouldnt have between more than £50-£100?
I might like that Gator to my friend...fancy a nice Adroit in another style of paint job?
J


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Archangel wrote:
Actually it's so beautiful that I was just talking on the phone with certain forum member about it, because his wife wants the frameset... :wink:


:shock: :? :o


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:10 am 
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1st come first served of course! :lol:
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