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#1 2011-06-19 10:18pm

jcgt1987
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Registered: 2011-06-18
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1987 GT Performer

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1987 GT Performer

OLD SCHOOL GT PERFORMER

I RECENTLY PURCHASED A GT PERFORMER IN BABY BLUE.  THE BIKE DID NOT HAVE ALL ORIGINAL PARTS.    I STARTED SWAPING PARTS FROM A NEWER GT BIKE I HAVE.  I SEE MOST PEOPLE RESTORE THEM BACK TO FACTORY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.  IM STILL DEBATING ON RESTORING TO ITS ORIGINAL FORM.  PLEASE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK ON HOW I DID SO FAR.  THANKS.


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#2 2011-09-25 6:33pm

Mellis
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Registered: 2011-08-10
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

So far, so good. Maybe you should put black tires with white side walls, and then complement the chain wheel, pedals, and brake cables with a white seat and grips? smile

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#3 2011-09-28 9:28pm

CWCaliFree86
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From: NewB, MA
Registered: 2011-05-20
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Good job, so far. smile

It would look alot better with a GT mallet stem and some skinwall or whitewall tires... even some white tires would be cool.


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#4 2012-07-02 3:48am

ryder08
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Registered: 2011-11-25
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

I agree, looks nice, I also think it would look better with white grips seat and tires.
Nice performers you have.


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