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#1 2017-09-10 8:15am

milkmanorama
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1987 GT Performer

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1987 GT Performer

I thought was 1987 dayglo pink gt performer but was informed it is an early 90's performer. Serial number is powder coated over. Purchased this bike completely redone just like it sits. Previous owner purchased it that way as well. Someone did a really nice job with the powder coat and color on this one. Rides super smooth too. Either way still looks sweet as hell!


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#2 2017-09-10 11:35am

Brix
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Nice GT!! But this would have to be either a Pro Performer or Pro Freestyle Tour....the '87 Performer has the single curve in the downtube, and the higher end models have the double curve like yours. Faved either way... this was an awesome job!!

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#3 2017-09-10 12:53pm

CKTA
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Ummm....that's like a 90 performer.  You got sold a bill of goods.

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#4 2017-09-11 3:45pm

milkmanorama
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Whoa you might be on to something. Frame matches a 92 performer pretty damn close.neutral

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#5 2017-09-11 4:40pm

CKTA
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

I assure you that's not an 87. Early to mid 90's for sure.

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