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1991 GT Performer

#1 2009-06-30 7:55pm

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1991 GT Performer

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1991 GT Performer

Original survivor

Here is my 91 performer stock original survivor just like it came from the bike store.


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#2 2009-06-30 9:22pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Looks fresh out of the bike shop! love the colors on this performer. Good score...big_smilebig_smile

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#3 2009-07-01 4:21pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Thanks, I just put up some better pics.

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#4 2009-07-08 6:28pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

I AGREE , LOVE THE COLOR , CAN'T GO WRONG RED , GR8 BIKE


TOPHER

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#5 2009-07-26 8:53pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Wow!  I had the exact same black/red Performer...  I took off the mags and put some peregrine rims on it.  Wish I woulda kept it...  along with the '92 Mach One I had.

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#6 2009-08-04 12:48am

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

sweet bike im still working on my 91

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#7 2010-02-21 11:18pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Are those pictures from 1991? The bike looks new.

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#8 2010-03-04 7:43pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

The guy I got it from didnt ride it much. I even got the original handbook with it.


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#9 2010-03-04 11:16pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Oh snap because the condition is way up there. The newest scratch on the paint probably even dates back to 1992! Great bike. The 1991's are worth some money finally!

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#10 2010-03-04 11:17pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

risingsunexperience wrote:

Oh snap because the condition is way up there. The newest scratch on the paint probably even dates back to 1992! Great bike. The 1991's are worth some money finally!

they are?


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#11 2010-03-05 9:30am

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Yup.  As long as people act like they are and believe it. That's why pre '90's are worth some money. They didn't cost more when they were new or anything.

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#12 2010-03-05 12:19pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

dang, i already sold my 92 sad


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#13 2010-03-05 12:29pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

risingsunexperience wrote:

The 1991's are worth some money finally!

your'e just sayig that because you have a 90 GT in your bikes lol



BTW, Huffys have gone up in price too.hmm

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#14 2010-03-05 9:53pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

No. I also have an '85. I paid less for the '85 than I did for the '90. People: What makes these bikes valuable? Is a '85 made out of gold and a '90 made out of bronze? Foolish proposition. Either way both methods of making a BMX frame are long extinct. The only thing that differentiates the values these bikes hold are the people who had them when they were new and how badly they want them back today. Look on ebay. Why do people think they can sell a SEATPOST for an '87 performer for over $100? I see these bikes listed for over $400 again and again. Watch ebay. It's preposterous. Case closed.

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#15 2010-03-05 10:01pm

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So essentially, by claiming that the value of a '91 performer has increased it in fact; has. I wish it hadn't though. I'll break my seat post  someday and then some jerk will try to get me to saw off my left arm for a replacement that they claim is made out of gold.

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#16 2016-10-13 3:23pm

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Re: 1991 GT Performer

Anyone know the clamp and seat post size for these performers?

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