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Various body parts...

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I am looking for a mint condition collar bone. I seem to have damaged mine and the effort required to repair it is longer than I was expecting. Must work on a 6'2" frame. Older models OK, but prefer a mid to late 70s model. Preferably 1975.

Also, near the location I broke my current collarbone, i believe I may have lost my balls. They were a big set, but I heard they can break when involved in a tradgedy similar to mine. I have not found them yet, so i am looking to get a back up set.

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Please help.

I am looking for a mint condition collar bone. I seem to have damaged mine and the effort required to repair it is longer than I was expecting. Must work on a 6'2" frame. Older models OK, but prefer a mid to late 70s model. Preferably 1975.

Also, near the location I broke my current collarbone, i believe I may have lost my balls. They were a big set, but I heard they can break when involved in a tradgedy similar to mine. I have not found them yet, so i am looking to get a back up set.
Maybe we can have a group buy... I need two knees, two ankles and a wrist. I would prefer to have R and L as a set, but will take what's available.

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1 Left shoulder (whole)
1 Right knee (would except cartilage only)
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Oh hell might as well throw in a Liver!


Come on Mike, just saddle up like the rest of us!!!

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Mike,

I can swap you a good collar bone for a good shoulder socket. How is that? I think I fit the year and height. I forgot how sacry it was finding how much we had in common over Red Bull and Vodka at Laguna. Damn light weights went to bed early.

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Nothing a handful of Motrin and some Gatoraide can't fix!

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Might as well put my order in>> Heart wanted, must not be older than 20 years. In addition, parents must have no history of coronary artery disease.

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Wish I could help you with the collarbone, but I am on a 5'11" frame, and you would just be hobbling around like a hunchback w/ my parts. As for the balls, I hear Sporty has an extra set she loans out.

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you can have my left one for cheap... it's a repaired model, comes with a free bonefax history report.

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Mike I'll trade you and artificial tendoned knee for your collar bone. It might last you 2 or 3 more years before it will need replacing but it's all good in the bartering system.




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post #11 of 11 Old 06-22-2006, 09:59 AM
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Kevin said I should check in with you for a set of non-crossed eyes. Got any of those?

And if you need a set of balls, here's where I got mine (stolen from simonster)
http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main_page=products_all

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