Neato Frames Dallas 220 "Orange Crush" build.

By Charles Hidalgo on Jun 29, 2018

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This is a build from 2016 that was a very special build for me and my first contact with Nich Zuhoski designer and owner of Neato Frames. We have become great friends over the years and I cannot believe I never posted this build till now. I was thinking of Nich as he's going through a bit of a rough ride lately and I thought I would post this beautiful build. It's hard to believe the design is a few years old as it looks amazing and still hanges in my office today.

Here's to you Nich!

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Jodie Froster   19 days ago  

Those Neato frames always look good

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