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#1 2011-04-30 1:46am

Aurora
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From: Sunny Coast, Australia
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1978 Team Jag

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1978 Team Jag

My Old Ride.

I have owned this Bike since 1981 and I recently picked it up from my parents house after about 28 years of not riding it.
As a young kid I always wanted to have it re-nickeled and apply new decals, so all these years later I finally had it done.
I originally had the bike with the Red Tuff's and the colours were a bit mismatched. I have updated some of the parts so it looks a bit closer to the how the original bikes were built and how I would have wanted it to look as a young fella.


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#2 2011-08-16 1:18pm

Vintage256
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Registered: 2011-08-08
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Aren't you glad you kept it? There are many of us who wish we still had ours...

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#3 2011-08-24 6:40am

Aurora
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From: Sunny Coast, Australia
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Yes, my Mum had told me she was thinking of ringing a guy,who advertised in her local paper, that said he was a collector of old BMX bikes and was paying cash for old bikes.
Thank God she didn't.

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#4 2011-11-19 10:45am

63v-dub
Pro MemberHi my name is Chris, and I am a Bike-a-holic
From: San Diego
Registered: 2010-07-03
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

leave the way it is, it's perfect


Addiction? what Addiction? I'm not Addicted! Damn i keep buying  parts.             
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#5 2011-11-19 7:45pm

johnng23604
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From: CC TX
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Sweet keeper bud, be grateful your mom called you 1st!

Welcome to the BMXmuseum and what you do with your Jag is up to you?
Some of us leave them as is, up grade them or restore to factory specs.
You can see my '79 jag and others that are here in the museum.

I suggest you leave it "as is" and clean it up, but it's your bike?


I'm looking for the following frames, frame & forks or completes by BMX products:
MotoTrac (nickle or chrome), Racer-X or a Super-X (with the double gussets).
Thanks wink
I'm also johnng23604 at "Retro-goose", "VintageBMX" & "RADbmx"

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#6 2013-05-07 4:55pm

Aurora
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From: Sunny Coast, Australia
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

How it looked when I first picked it up.
http://i448.photobucket.com/albums/qq201/ScottyBw/IMG_0291_zps453aa83e.jpg

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#7 2013-11-23 12:23am

cruesixx69
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From: Carmel,Indiana
Registered: 2010-06-22
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Bikes: 4

Re: 1978 Team Jag

If you decide to get rid of either of your Jag's please contact me first. Thanks brother, Crue cool


Cancer is not a death sentence. I am living proof. smile


Needs=82' National Pro Long frame. Want one bad!!!!
Needs=80' Malvern Star Super Max frame and fork
Needs=79' Team Jag or 80' Jag
               smile smile smile

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#8 2015-07-01 2:11pm

jimmy65
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Registered: 2015-05-03
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Re: 1978 Team Jag

very cool to see team jag's,a little thin on the ground,Reids department store had one on the floor,every one would drool touch sit on but could not afford it,i think it was around $600.00 ,1980/1983?

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