1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle  RSS Feed

#1 2012-10-08 9:28am

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1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle

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1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle

I didn't know how rare this was whenI got it but I liked the 70's style.  I also couldn't believe how clean the chrome was.  It made me think about how cool kids felt riding this back in the day prete

1975 Dan Gurney serial number 30 with Ashtabula forks
non stamped Ashtabula cranks and stem
Can't remember either Araya or Femco with heavy duty guage spokes





#2 2012-10-08 9:50am

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Re: 1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle


out with the new in with the old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! smile
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#3 2012-10-08 9:52am

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Re: 1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle

I would love to ride that around . cool

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#4 2013-02-20 2:22pm

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From: Strong Island, NY
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Re: 1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle

Are Dan Gurney bikes, made or designed by the Dan Gurney of NASCAR and race car fame?

WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.



#5 2013-03-12 11:47pm

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Re: 1975 Dan Gurney Monoshock Eagle

No XJguy. These were manufactured by AA BMX. They marketed all of their bikes under the Dan Gurney name for a year and a half, between 1975 and 1976. In that time frame, they designed many different variations. All were called "Eagles", whether they were "mono shock", "squareback" or "standard models". Generally, as I understand it, if they were nickle plated, they were considered to be "deluxe" models.

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