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    Restoring an old Moto

    This guy does wonderful work that I think most can appreciate.

    I thought, I would share.


    John's Bicycle Restorations: 1975 Motobecane Grand Touring Restoration - Some Nice Components Installed at Some Point
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    TREK 2.3c (Road)
    MASI Custom (Coffee Bike)
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    Diamondback Overdrive Pro (MTB)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    WOW! i guess that would be the bike. NIce!
    TREK 2.3c (Road)
    MASI Custom (Coffee Bike)
    Mercier (Gravel Bike)
    Diamondback Overdrive Pro (MTB)

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