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Rallyee Cruiser
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Bought this bike at a yard sale and it was solid rust, the crank wouldnt even turn. $2 for this beauty!

after 3 or so hours or elbow grease, here she is.
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#2
Very very nice!!!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Now she's gone. Sad Some times I grow a little to fond of these bikes before they move on.
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#4
That is nice work you do there. Don't grow too attached, or you'll end up like the people that foster dogs, and can never them go, so they end up with 30 dogs. Don't be that person. Big Grin
Dedicated scholar of bicycles
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