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Stopped at the local pawn shop on my lunch break and found the perfect parts bike for my "Monark" project. Nice 24" wheel set, like new whitewall tires with good tubes, good chain, aluminum frame so has a bit of scrap value, and a few other odds and ends all for $20.
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Also got my legit old-school Yakima bike racks in from eBay today so I got to test them out. I love them already and I can tell I'm going to be using them a lot.
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Stopped at the local pawn shop on my lunch break and found the perfect parts bike for my "Monark" project. Nice 24" wheel set, like new whitewall tires with good tubes, good chain, aluminum frame so has a bit of scrap value, and a few other odds and ends all for $20.
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Also got my legit old-school Yakima bike racks in from eBay today so I got to test them out. I love them already and I can tell I'm going to be using them a lot.
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Man, that's a good looking Monark frame.. I just put together a Rocket style frame that i bought off a CABE member last fall All i have to do is put on a chain guard, but it's ride able as she stands... What year is this by chance? Good luck... Razin...
 
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Not sure what year and also not sure it's a even a monarch. It was originally a ladies frame. The welds look really good just a little different than the other ones. Very clever. It fooled me till I got it home and really started going over it.
 

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