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#1 2017-04-20 6:00pm

Oliverbmx
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1982 GJS A-Frame

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1982 GJS A-Frame

One of my "Pride and Joy" bikes!

Pearl-White paint, custom-made "GJS" decals, NOS Tange 320 headset, blue anodized NOS Campagnolo crankset and dust caps, NOS Araya rims laced to blue anodized NOS Campagnolo hubs, Powerlite bars, Tuf-Neck stem, NOS MX-1000 Dia-Compe brake rear caliper, white Tioga brake cable kept in place by Campagnolo brake clips, NOS Suntour BMX pedals, NOS Comp III white tires, NOS Tange seat post collar, NOS original Oakley's B1B handle grips, NOS Kashimax Aero seat, NOS AERO number plate. Bought it partially built (minus the bars, seatpost and a few other minor details) from member "JKeeven" (thank you Jason) back in June 2012 and has been hanging in my garage rafters ever since without even touching the pavement for a brake-in ride! It's too pretty and sparkling clean to mess it up!


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#2 2017-04-20 6:27pm

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1982 GJS A-Frame

cool

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#3 2017-04-20 10:06pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 1982 GJS A-Frame

cool bike! cool

Last edited by RadicalNick (2017-04-20 10:07pm)


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#4 2017-04-21 4:15pm

Oliverbmx
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Re: 1982 GJS A-Frame

I really appreciate the comment Nick! I happen to agree with your statement. She's a real beauty; even more so in person!smile

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