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#1 2018-07-16 10:02am

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1982 Norco Spitfire

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1982 Norco Spitfire

Survivor sweetness

Another sweet Norco survivor I found locally, unchanged for the last 30+yrs. Bought it from the original owners daughter, she said she tried to give it to her son but it was too old for him. His loss, my gain I guess. Nicely equipped with Tuff II's, Dia Compe brakes w/Skyway pads, Sugino crank, chainring and spider, Viscount seat and Cheng Shin MX 6 tires. Another example of old school Canadian bmx goodness. **SOLD**


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#2 2018-07-16 10:15am

Axel10
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Re: 1982 Norco Spitfire

Cool find cool


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