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#1 2009-03-05 9:01am

ton
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1975 Merida

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1975 Merida

1975 very old but look so young.

MY GIRLFRIEND GAVE HER TO ME ON MY BIRTHDAY...


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#2 2009-03-05 4:01pm

fredgsanford
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Re: 1975 Merida

i love these older bikes big_smile very nice find

are the front shocks functional ?

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#3 2009-03-05 5:06pm

blindfaith420
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Re: 1975 Merida

Front and rear drum brakes.... Now that's cool...


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#4 2009-03-05 5:20pm

freedo
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Re: 1975 Merida

Sweet


out with the new in with the old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! smile
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#5 2009-04-13 3:27pm

fulfillment
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Re: 1975 Merida

that's a cool gift

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