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#1 2005-06-05 4:15pm

GAry
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1980 Redline MX-II

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1980 Redline MX-II

Chrome frame and fork

Redline made lot of great bikes, this has to be one of their best, that classic mx2.
Small, light and made for fun. I had a red one that was great, until I got too tall.


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#2 2006-08-18 3:12pm

sean_oldschool
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

Gary, I just joined and was wondering what the value of my Redline Proline is worth... It is identical (complete) to yours...What is the value of these bikes today?  I have great memories of racing mine.......Thanks...Sean

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#3 2006-11-07 7:01am

pkredline
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

The post-80s Redlines appear to be priced REALLY well right now. While there were more of them than the 78/79 models, and way more of them than squarebacks, these are becoming more valuable by the day!

Put it this way: I all but abandoned my 600a ('82/83? and more plentiful than MXII) once I hit my teen years, and was too big for a BMXer.

Today I'd pay $250 for my old chrome 600a frame if I could find it. (MY frame. I'd pay $100 for an identical one.)

A really nice MXII frame should pull about $180-200 bucks at today's prices.

A spotless, unrestored version might fetch even more if the right buyer sees it.

Hold on to that thing.

It's worth a lifetime of memories, and one day, will be VERY hard to find.


PKred

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#4 2006-11-10 11:39pm

hawthornecycle
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From: Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

Hi all....I have my REDLINE MX-11 posted on here as well....I have stripped-down to the Frame/Fork/Maxy Cross Cranks and am getting ready to rebuild. Can you all take a look at my posts and let me know if you can tell what year mine is? I have it as a 1982, but it may be earlier....it looks just like Gary's FF, but my Cromo Sticker is in a different place and the serial number is different as well!!
Thanks to all.


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#5 2006-12-19 3:05pm

lushy
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From: England
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

hi all, i am in need of some help i have exactly the same bike as Gary and am searching for the stickers they are identical i cant restore the bike until i can get m,e hands on them been looking for 2 years now and im at a bit of a dead end and need some advice PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!

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#6 2007-03-20 4:35pm

elfdoublecross
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

Cool, Redlines have such a classic, timeless look to them!


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#7 2007-08-29 1:33pm

JoeKat
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

Based on the serial # I'd say it's likely a 1981 or 1982 model.


WTB the following REDLINE Frame Pads:
CARRERA
PL-24

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#8 2007-11-05 12:27am

Racer
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

Yes if those decals are original (or new versions of the originals) it was late 81 or 82 model.
The 82 model rolled out the fall of 81.

Last edited by Racer (2007-11-09 11:18pm)

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#9 2008-07-10 11:39am

RXREKTD
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From: Los Angeles, CA
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

I'm lookin' for an MX-II.  Hit me up if you guys know of one for sale.  This is the bike I had, like all of you, growing up, and i just need to get my hands on one!!!  hahaha  Thanks for any help.


Looking for a few parts so please PM me if you have it:

24" Gold Araya/Ukia Speedline Hoops
Single Comp III Yellow Label 24 x 2.125 in black
Single Knarler Knobby 24 x 1.75

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#10 2010-08-23 10:38pm

sandtrap
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

I know where one is, but the guy won't ship it:(sad  Great price, oh well....

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#11 2010-08-23 10:43pm

sandtrap
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

I have an 1985 redliine 600, I'm getting ready to put together and sell.  Would post a pic but don't know how here.

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#12 2011-05-30 10:56am

trurudboi
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Re: 1980 Redline MX-II

whats the market for orig. MX-II? I have an 81-82 all stock.  but see them going for big money on ebay is this just sentimental or what?


"$10,000 dollars! For a kids bike?  Ill give you 20."

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