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2010 Sunday Model-C 24

#1 2010-04-26 7:12am

goride70
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2010 Sunday Model-C 24

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2010 Sunday Model-C 24

My friend's Model-C

After my friend rode MY Model-C he had to get one for himself!!
I told him cant have the same parts as me so he got better parts!
Green profiles with hollow spindle
Green Eclat bottom bracket
Green shadow axle nuts
Black JC pedals
Gold hollow stembolts


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Drive monkey,drive!!

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#2 2010-04-27 8:29pm

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Re: 2010 Sunday Model-C 24

Cool looking cruiser!! big_smile

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#3 2012-07-08 3:26pm

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Re: 2010 Sunday Model-C 24

Tell Your Buddy,Sick Cruiser ! big_smile


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#4 2012-10-02 1:51pm

hooligan4130
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Re: 2010 Sunday Model-C 24

does his have lime green cable or yellow cable


09 Haro pro 24 and 96 group1 ci 24 projects commenced
80s Norco custom  cruiser build.

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#5 2017-05-15 4:00am

RadicalNick
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Re: 2010 Sunday Model-C 24

Love a Model C! cool


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