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#1 2016-02-20 10:52am

Oh Gee
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1983 National Pro Standard

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1983 National Pro Standard

Original finish National Pro Standard

this is a work in progress.  I don't care for the seatpost and I still need to run brakes


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#2 2016-02-20 10:58am

erdalicious
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Re: 1983 National Pro Standard

Looks nice, and i agree about the seatpost


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#3 2017-06-17 3:08am

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Re: 1983 National Pro Standard

I agree on the seaport as well. I have never liked those lay back things. Those look like Powerlight Powerbend bars. I would put those in you Powerlight since it looked like it didn't have Powerlight bars.

Nice base to work with here though. cool


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