MY NEW BUILD! RARE!!!

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pena135
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by pena135

CHECK WAT I JUST GOT MY HANDS ON! FIRST THE ANTHEM ADVANCE NOW THIS!!! WOW IM STOCKED! THIS IS A HARD TO GET FRAME! BUT I GOT IT! AND IM PLANNING ON BUILDING IT WITH CAMPY RECORD! AND AMERICAN CLASSIC WHEELS!



FOR MORE PICS LET ME KNOW! AND IF YOUR INTERESTED IN ONE TOO!

THANKS! ENJOY!
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Pivens
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by Pivens

Sweet frame! Take some pics when it's built!
CiaoCiao!!

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evenfasterson
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by evenfasterson

Are those easton forks? They dont look like any Giant ones ive seen before.

pena135
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by pena135

NO THOSE ARE GIANT FORKS! THANKS!

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Pain
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by Pain

Nice frame, but check your keyboard, the shift key must be stuck.


pena135
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by pena135

YEAH BUT IS HE FROM THE USA????

Skillgannon
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by Skillgannon

pena135 wrote:YEAH BUT IS HE FROM THE USA????
:roll:

Does this mean anything ? :lol:

It's a nice looking frame, but please, no capslock :wink:

NOTAWOFTAM
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by NOTAWOFTAM

evenfasterson wrote:Are those easton forks? They dont look like any Giant ones ive seen before.


Probably not Easton. Fork in the pic has metal tips.

p.s. I think the tress get a fair share of laughs.....Nice.

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C a s r a n
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by C a s r a n

Please stop shouting, pena135. My ears hurt! :?


Nice Topeak workstand. :)
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pena135
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by pena135

sorry guys for the caps lock but thats how our are computers at work are set up when typing my bad!!!

Kuiper
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by Kuiper

It's not rare at all :wink:
but the built up must be awesome when finished!

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

Please...



PLEASE.


Choose a saddle you already know you like...


Before you start the build.

footwerx
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by footwerx

I prefer the other colour scheme.

check out this build: http://www.timetriallingforum.co.uk/ind ... opic=10014[/url]

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pena135
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by pena135

no it is not a rare frame in europe or asia but here in the USA and especially in california it is super hard to get! trust me..... but yeah i actually like the blue one better but i think for now ill settle for the pink one and if an oportunity comes for the blue one ill def.. take it!!! thanks guys for the comments!!! wat seat should i get ???

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