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1998 Robinson Amtrac

#1 2015-07-24 10:59pm

Mazzocco2385
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1998 Robinson Amtrac

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1998 Robinson Amtrac

     

Frame: Robinson Amtrac
Fork: OdysseyHandlebars: HaroStem: Premium ProductsGrips: GorilaHeadset: Dia CompeRims: AlexHubs: QuandoTires: CCSBrake laver: OdysseyBrake: OdysseyCranks: OdysseySprocket: DiamondbackFreewheel: ACSChain: KmcSeat: RodaSeat post: Shimano XTRSeat post clam: Roda* 


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#2 2015-07-25 9:07pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 1998 Robinson Amtrac

First one I've ever seen done up in purple. I like it. Great job. :)


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