1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail  RSS Feed

#1 2009-06-19 7:14pm

djd93306
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From: Bakersfield, CA
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1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

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1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

Hometown Survivor

This bike has been here in Bakersfield for a long time it was actually purchesd from a hometown bike shop named Martins that went out of business in the mid 70's. Its all original other than the tires, many of the Ashtabula parts came stock in black but were painted blue to match the frame.


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#2 2009-06-19 8:12pm

g-flash
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Re: 1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

All WEBCOS are welcomed here! Thanks for adding another! The more the merrier!smile


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#3 2009-06-21 3:40pm

JoeKat
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Re: 1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

Nice piece of BMX history.


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#4 2010-07-04 1:55pm

MrWillys
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Re: 1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

i remember when those came out, what a good example of an original

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#5 2013-02-22 10:45pm

Joerocks7
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Re: 1975 Webco Inc. Hardtail

Takes Me back to the 70,s

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