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#1 2016-03-08 6:21pm

Shotgun
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1978 Team Rampar

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1978 Team Rampar

I have been looking for one of these frame sets since I got on the internet in 2001. I had one as a kid that my dad bought me in 1981. I lost it after I lent it to a cousin, and he gave it away. I got lucky and found this one on the museum a few weeks ago. This is a straight up survivor out of 1978. It belonged to a Raleigh employee and has sat in his basement until a couple of months ago.All of the parts except the grips and stem are original to the bike, including the tires. All I did was clean it.


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#2 2016-03-08 9:26pm

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

So Cool !!!   And pretty rare too,  I don't think there were a lot of the Team (Goose Built) made...

Also,  the "Candy" dip is probably the best survivor frame on the Museum.

Very Jealous,  but in a good way !!!  big_smile


Too many cool bikes out there,  not enough money in my wallet ...

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#3 2016-03-09 3:17am

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

Ripperdawg13m wrote:

So Cool !!!   And pretty rare too,  I don't think there were a lot of the Team (Goose Built) made...

Also,  the "Candy" dip is probably the best survivor frame on the Museum.

Very Jealous,  but in a good way !!!  big_smile

I need to get some better pictures of it, but the blue is even better looking in person.

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#4 2016-06-26 8:10am

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

Saved as a fave smile


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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#5 2016-09-30 1:32pm

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

love this bike, because it represents what the 'rest of us' rode back in the day. 

we didnt have show stopping redlines, or hutches or pk rippers.   we had bikes just like this. 

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#6 2016-10-01 10:49am

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

steck wrote:

love this bike, because it represents what the 'rest of us' rode back in the day. 

we didnt have show stopping redlines, or hutches or pk rippers.   we had bikes just like this. 

faved.

Agreed !!!   The Rampar brand was never considered to be anything great.

But they were always in the game,  from the very beginning.

Never the superstar brand like those you mentioned above,,,  but the did snag Toby & Bottema... smile


I will always have a special place in my heart for the Rampar !!!  (even have a couple in my herd)


Too many cool bikes out there,  not enough money in my wallet ...

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#7 2016-10-02 7:43pm

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

Ripperdawg13m wrote:

steck wrote:

love this bike, because it represents what the 'rest of us' rode back in the day. 

we didnt have show stopping redlines, or hutches or pk rippers.   we had bikes just like this. 

faved.

Agreed !!!   The Rampar brand was never considered to be anything great.

But they were always in the game,  from the very beginning.

Never the superstar brand like those you mentioned above,,,  but the did snag Toby & Bottema... smile


I will always have a special place in my heart for the Rampar !!!  (even have a couple in my herd)

But this was not a run of the mill Rampar!! It was built by BMX products for Rampar, and was pretty rare back in the day, and even rarer today.

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#8 2016-10-08 12:48pm

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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

Hi Shotgun, nice one. Hate to derail the thread a bit, but just want to let you know your PM is full and the link to your email is broken. I was interested in one of your sale items. Thanks.

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#9 2016-10-08 2:53pm

Ripperdawg13m
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Re: 1978 Team Rampar

Shotgun wrote:

Ripperdawg13m wrote:

steck wrote:

love this bike, because it represents what the 'rest of us' rode back in the day. 

we didnt have show stopping redlines, or hutches or pk rippers.   we had bikes just like this. 

faved.

Agreed !!!   The Rampar brand was never considered to be anything great.

But they were always in the game,  from the very beginning.

Never the superstar brand like those you mentioned above,,,  but the did snag Toby & Bottema... smile


I will always have a special place in my heart for the Rampar !!!  (even have a couple in my herd)

But this was not a run of the mill Rampar!! It was built by BMX products for Rampar, and was pretty rare back in the day, and even rarer today.

Totally agree,  The Team was a rare bird.   I wonder how many BMX Products welded up in total ???


Too many cool bikes out there,  not enough money in my wallet ...

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