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Old October 2nd, 2004, 1:53 PM   #1
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Old October 22nd, 2004, 3:23 AM   #2
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I've gotta get a scanner & decent PC! I've got loads of this stuff!
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Old October 23rd, 2004, 1:30 PM   #3
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See there it is right there, the Mass. Ti for sale in germany with a yoke rear triangle design...

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He he there's a similar article in an old Mountain Bike mag, the frame built by (think it's) Captain Dondo is consequently tested by Zapata Espinoza's evil twin brother, Rappy.
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Hey, where is the link? I shot the photos and wrote the article back in the winter of '93-94. Never got a copy of the magazine.
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Hey, where is the link? I shot the photos and wrote the article back in the winter of '93-94. Never got a copy of the magazine.
Yo eddy! probably moved his photos from their original computer location, so there is no longer a link since this is an old post. You would probably have more luck sending him a private message and ask for a copy. Unfortunately, he doesn't check into this site very often anymore.
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Yo eddy! probably moved his photos from their original computer location, so there is no longer a link since this is an old post. You would probably have more luck sending him a private message and ask for a copy. Unfortunately, he doesn't check into this site very often anymore.
Thanks. In cruising about the site I found a treasure trove of links, including the "Build Your Own Ti" article in the Retro MTB forum sticky thread:Mag Scan Hyperlink Topic .
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