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#1 2017-05-17 4:51pm

o4Silverado
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1979 Mongoose Supergoose

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1979 Mongoose Supergoose

1979 Supergoose with OG nickle.

First year 1979 Supergoose. Bought it from the original owner who actually used to race it (female owned) Everything is OG to the bike besides the stickers, tires and cable clamps. Gave it an oxalic acid bath, polished the nickle and put on new stickers. Enjoy!

Here is a rundown of the parts:

*OG nickle
*New reproduction stickers from Bill at bmxproducts.com
*Skyway TUFFS dated '79 with new Cheng Shin tires
*Mongoose early un-stamped stainless bars
*Mongoose "gold stem"
*repro black Mongoose grips
*super NICE Mongoose tagged Mesinger seat
*stainless seat post
*Mongoose un-stamped seat post clamp
*Shimano gold ano rear brake
*Shimano pre-bent gold ano brake lever
*NOS Shimano brake cable clamps
*Takagi cranks w/39T silver chain ring
*KKT pedals painted black


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#2 2017-05-17 8:02pm

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1979 Mongoose Supergoose

coolcool


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#3 2017-05-18 9:45am

RadicalNick
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Re: 1979 Mongoose Supergoose

Very cool. Nice example of a classic looking 'Goose. Well done. cool


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