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Old March 21st 05, 10:44 PM
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Default FA: Clifbar Jersey (Size M) from 2002

For Auction, on Ebay:

Clifbar Jersey (Size M) from 2002:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...ADME:B:LC:US:1

or

http://tinyurl.com/3uo2c




I am auctioning off a Medium Clifbar jersey; I don't know jersey cuts
but I would guess it's a race cut since it's a tight medium and a lot
guys would order a size larger.

The jersey has the initials: AVC stitched into the side panel of each
size due to USA Cycling requirements that the club name be visible on
the jersey.

The care instructions are not visible anymore and I don't know what
they were (I wash all of my jersey in cold water and hang dry...seems
to work).

There are some grease stains which are visible in the pictures:

http://www.ghostburn.com/forsale/cli...ion/index.html

There are also lots pin holes from 3 seasons of racing.

Shipping via USPS in the continental US only. I'm going to say $8 for
shipping and handling ; insurance is extra. If I can send it for
cheaper; I'll refund the difference.

Bidding starts at a penny.

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