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#1 2012-08-06 12:50am

BlackSaturday
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1974 Redline Squareback

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1974 Redline Squareback

Old bird here 300 frame made of 1000. Wonder how many survived?

Found this hanging in a gear bike exchange shop with a not for sale sign on it. Undeterred I went in a made a deal. I'm not sure of the history of the bike but it sure is in great shape for the age great chrome no cracks great finish. I also didn't realize these bikes were so small 16.5" TT. Glad to have it swapped some more era correct parts from things I had around the house might add a few other items but I'm satisfied for now. IMO this is true BMX Americana wall art enjoy.


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#2 2012-08-06 1:53am

brackett
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Re: 1974 Redline Squareback

Killer!


One thing that I have seen over and over on the BMXmuseum is members willing to tarnish the reputation of another member by leaving nasty feedback before trying to resolve a problem like a reasonable human being.

In my 6 plus years as a staff member , this pisses me off almost as much as a scammer.

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#3 2012-08-06 3:20am

Brisben
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Re: 1974 Redline Squareback

Now that is a true survivor and a real piece of history - congratulations on getting your hands on it

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#4 2012-12-17 1:24pm

Devo
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Re: 1974 Redline Squareback

Crikey 16.5" TT! Shouldn't give me no hastle being 5ft 5" cool


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