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I got this frame in an old pile of junk ,can you please let me know what kind it it t/y

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    Possible duplicate of Why shouldn't I care what model/make/year my bicycle is? – mattnz Mar 28 at 7:22
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    Someone’s going to ask about those bolt cutters sooner or later – Swifty Mar 28 at 7:25
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    The chain is greased, tyres not flat. Quality Deanne with three-piece cranks. That must have been a pretty posh junk pile. – gschenk Mar 28 at 9:05
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    @swifty That's a >CUTTING< observation..... – Criggie Mar 28 at 10:37
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    @AndrewHenle Maybe because people get suspicious when somebody claims to have found a decent-looking bike in good condition in an old pile of junk and there happens to be a pair of bolt-cutters in the photo? – David Richerby Mar 28 at 11:59
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Looks like an Auburn CR-20RX
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https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/auburn_racing/7968

Page with a variety of builds over the years https://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/auburn_racing/

  • That does look very similar, but it doesn't have the gusset where the top- and down-tubes meet the head tube. – David Richerby Mar 28 at 14:44
  • It looks like the aluminum version. They built versions of this frame for years. The second link has a long list with pictures. – David D Mar 28 at 15:08
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    I didn't see any with the gusset on the first page, but I didn't notice that there were multiple pages. I think it would be an improvement if you linked to one that actually has the gusset, rather than jsut claiming that there is one somewhere in those seven pages of photographs. – David Richerby Mar 28 at 15:10
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