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 Post subject: 1991 Muddy Fox Catalogue
PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:26 pm 
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thanks to acky7 for the scan :D

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/gallery2/mai ... mId=103057


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Interesting catalogue that one. I didn't know that the Sorcerer Mega was the 'top' steel bike and that the 1990 Adventurer and Pathfinder continued into 1991 in identical form.
The range is much reduced from 1990 and doesn't include a limited edition steel framed (might have been prestige), zolatone finished, DX equiped bike that a mate of mine had.
Is there a higher quality scan where the text can be read?

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:D Great. Saved that one. Took me back. Loved that vintage MF


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Awesome ! just picked up the exact same bike I had back then, a 1991 Alu Pro :)


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Brought back sweet memories of my old Alu Team had a sweet ride with those aluminium forks and was dead light 8)


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drcarlos wrote:
Is there a higher quality scan where the text can be read?

Cheers,

Carl.



Also be very keen for a better look if it's possible? :)


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:22 am 
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xeo wrote:
Awesome ! just picked up the exact same bike I had back then, a 1991 Alu Pro :)


I had the same... I LOVED that bike until it got pinched from a youth hostel bike store (read garden shed). I was Gutted.

I'd love one again...


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