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1983 Powerlite 24

#1 2009-05-25 7:53am

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1983 Powerlite 24

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1983 Powerlite 24

This is a Powerlite frame and fork set that is NOS. Never had anything mounted to it. Absolutely nothing. I'm still wondering how long this projects going to take..?

I have a few parts already saved 4 this project.
Near Mint TuffNeck stem (blue)
NOS Tuffneck seat clamp (Patterson orange) strip paint off?
NOS  80's dia compe blue lever
need alot more..!


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#2 2009-05-27 11:15pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Nice Powerlite and by the way welcome to the site.


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#3 2009-05-28 5:09am

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Thank you, its nice to find a place where I feel at home.


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#4 2009-05-28 6:42am

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

WOW that is a nice clean frame set..


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#5 2009-05-31 10:03pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Building it your way is the best. But, if I could offer up one little bit of unwanted advice.....try to stick to the era correct parts. The build will look killer no matter what, but don't rush it! Take your time and find the "right" parts. You'll be glad you did!

Good luck and welcome to the site.

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#6 2009-05-31 10:57pm

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Your making good sense, thanks bro.


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#7 2009-06-02 2:14pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Yeah please use the Pro Performer bars on a freestyle bike. I vote for Powerlite cruiser bars.......what else!!

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#8 2009-06-02 9:13pm

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makes big time sense.


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#9 2009-06-02 9:13pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

PP bars out!


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#10 2009-06-04 10:51pm

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Hey mate, that is going to look great when built, I just score a 83 20' Frame/Fork & bars.
Good luck with it!

Cam

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#11 2009-06-04 11:03pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Great f/f. I look forward to seeing it finished. Have fun!


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#12 2010-09-03 3:00pm

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Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Have you finished building it yet?
Looking forward to seeing it.


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#13 2010-11-30 1:03pm

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Good luck with your build Man! looks grate.

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