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B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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Nice :) ,

was gonna go for that if the price kept low, shame about the damage but it does look great.

whats the frame number ?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:15 pm 
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See old copy of MBUK 'Wprk Bike' feature for pics and details on Deb Murrell's bike , there was also a FS design too


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Love the frame and forks.


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The Guv'nor
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sweet as a nut

On the subject of carbon repair knew a chap who repaired some cracked carbon HED rims with a boat hull repair kit. He's still alive as far as I know...


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thanks for all your comments, cant wait to start restoring her, cheers :D


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Lovely looking bike. What did you pay for it?


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£160 for the frame and forks, got some great parts for it now, :D


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Have you fixed the crack/separation in the carbon? Thats a beautiful bike and is rare as duck.

Get some pics on here...!!


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B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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yeah piccis :D , must be near finished by now.


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no not yet, not had time to do it, but will be able to fix it i think :? , if not it will make a lovely ornament !!! some pics of the new bits for it, Flite evo 1 saddle, nos Mavic headset, nos Continetal baja tyre and a salsa stem


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