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Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Apparently to avoid confusion, Royal Enfield had set a system of telegraphic codes corresponding to each model of bicycle they sold. Therefore if you ordered a "Rupee" it was a model 161 Gents bike with 28" wheels.
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