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#1 2017-04-13 8:24pm

Brianc214
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1984 Unknown 26

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1984 Unknown 26

Built this from a frame and fork I found on a flatbed in Youngstown OH scrapyard. I think its an old Diamondback frame but I cant be sure. Left the rust patina on it instead of painting it. Parts are from various old/ new bmx bikes. Funky and kinda cool lookin, fun to ride. Its a heavy bitch though.


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#2 2017-04-14 2:32am

bitd
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Re: 1984 Unknown 26

Your prob right with the diamond back theory

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/60957/2016-09-16-10.41.1657e8156dbc58f096f03b.jpg

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#3 2017-04-14 8:15am

Brianc214
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Re: 1984 Unknown 26

Yeah sure looks like it. I just really dug the forks on it. Thanks!


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#4 2017-04-14 4:07pm

BluWebco
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Re: 1984 Unknown 26

Love These Diamond frame strandies. Post it in the thread. This is brethren to the Sidewinder Jamis Boss and many more! Very cool!

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