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#1 2013-02-15 7:21am

ELF_24
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From: San Mateo, CA
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1976 Laguna GT

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1976 Laguna GT

Rare early FMF style bike sold by Laguna made by FMF

Heres a rare bird, a 1976 Laguna GT with the original Laguna fork. No brake bridge makes it the 1976 model.
This frame set is  without cracks or much signs of wear.  Very hard to find in this condition. The welds are awsome, true FMF style quality.


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Bmx was pure fun BITD, I think nowadays, some folks have forgotten what its really all about. And what it truly is.........

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#2 2013-02-25 1:10am

Leviathan
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Super cool, I believe no brake bridge might make it a '76 though.

I've never seen a Laguna with a anodized finish, (they didn't offer them in their catalog).  That frame may be another rare breed, especially considering the lack of decal/fading in the anodize, very interesting. I love it!

http://i1174.photobucket.com/albums/r614/laura_skeen/laguna2.jpg

Last edited by Leviathan (2013-11-06 11:36am)


Looking for: Rampar aluminum BMX Frame (looks like Race Inc. Jr), Race Inc. forks, Cycle Pro Foiler's, Spoiler's, Laguna GT's & FMF's in original finish. Needed: Shimano DX or PD pedals blue, IRC Snakebelly 1.75".

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#3 2013-08-16 5:52am

gazzz
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

I got one of these. Awesome old frame.


BMX down under

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#4 2013-08-27 8:58am

MrOlive
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Me too, it's a 76 with no rear bridge, I have the same one, Awesome bike!!! smile


I got lots of stuff, what you need? lol

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#5 2013-08-27 9:33am

Oaktown Massive
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Yep, sweet frame from '76.  You should build it up, they're so much fun to ride!

BTW, these were made by Race Inc, not FMF.

Last edited by Oaktown Massive (2013-11-06 2:50pm)


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#6 2013-08-27 10:50pm

bmxmachinist666
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Nice

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#7 2014-08-09 8:24am

imroc
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From: Colorado
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Do you still have this?


If you can't acknowledge my order & hard earned money spent on your goods, i can't help with your feedback

D€4L

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#8 2014-08-09 8:44am

RacenJason
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From: Central, IL
Registered: 2010-09-10
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Very nice!!!


WANTING OG Race Inc, FMF, and PK Ripper Looptails

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#9 2014-08-12 2:50pm

BMXProducts
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Registered: 2008-02-18
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Nice rare stuff there!  Is that anodized or clear candy blue over aluminum?

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#10 2016-11-18 2:19pm

Ringo starfish
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Re: 1976 Laguna GT

Sweeeeeeet !


All you need is cash ,

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