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    1980 Breezer Series II #9

    This is the Breezer we picked up years ago with the help of Joe himself. It was made for Barnaby Angell, whose brother worked with Joe on the Hite Rite seat locating spring. Pretty much everything is original to the bike except the cable which we replaced (the originals were blue). The tires are NOS Snakebellys, from Joe, but time is taking its toll on the side walls. Since we had them out for the photo shoot (previous thread), I went ahead and took some more detailed pictures. Ten pictures and spec @ http://mombat.org/1980_Breezer_SeriesII.htm










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    Cool.
    Wanted:Nothing. I have too much.

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    Nickle plated yummyness. I never get tired of seeing your bikes. Very nice.
    Need: McMahon brake for roller cam mounts, Mountain Goat fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muddybuddy
    Nickle plated yummyness. I never get tired of seeing your bikes. Very nice.
    This is definitely one of my personal favorites. The construction details are fantastic and then throw in the significance of the early bikes and it adds up to one cool bike (nickel plating doesn't hurt either!)

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