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1994 Haro Monocoque

#1 2009-11-15 8:33am

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1994 Haro Monocoque

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1994 Haro Monocoque

Another piece of Haro/Kastan artwork!

***UPDATE***UPDATE***UPDATE***
Build has been completed for this gorgeous frame after a long time coming.  Thank you to everyone who contributed in the search for the perfect mix of components for this build.
* Frame:  1994 Haro Monocoque First Generation
* Forks:  Brand X Titanium - First Generation
* Bars:  Custom Titanium - Brand X Styled
* Grips:  ODI Longneck
* Bar Ends:  Original Production VG
* Stem: Brand X - Red Anodized - Titanium Quill
* Cranks:  JAD 180mm - Polished Plates - Titanium Redline Spindle
* Bottom Bracket:  Profile Evolution - Black w/ Red Spacers
* Gear:  GT 44T Chainring - White Industries 16T Freewheel - Titanium Chainring Bolts
* Chain:  SRAM PC-850
* Pedals:  GT Big-Man / Elite - Custom Anodized Red Bodies - Stainless Hardware & Pins
* Wheels:  Technique 36H Carbon Hubs - HED Carbon Fairing Rims - Rainbow Anodized Titanium Spokes
* Tires:  Tioga Comp 3 Anniversary - 1.75 Rear  2.125 Front
* Axle Nuts/Frame Savers:  Technique Axle Nuts W/Brand X "X's & O's" Frame Savers
* Brakes:  Altek Lever, Machine Tech Cantilever Brakes, Joe's Prototype Machining Brake Booster, Grafton Fat Finger Cable Hanger
* Seatpost:  Brand X Titanium - Black Anodized Seat Guts
* Seat:  SDG Ventura Comp Ti - Custom "100% Choice Shimano Guts" Version
* Seatpost Clamp:  PMC
* Headset:  Chris King 1" Threadset
***UPDATE***UPDATE***UPDATE***
Finally got a chance to give her a quick hand polish and snap a few pics of my own!  Frame is in excellent shape, looks to have been ridden a handfull of times and then stashed away.  All stickers are mint and there are very few marks on the frame.  I plan on building this and my black frame as soon a


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#2 2009-11-15 11:48am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

very nice , this looks sick :cool:


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#3 2010-08-23 1:55pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

that is porn.love it..

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#4 2010-10-01 11:34pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Smooth as!

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#5 2010-10-17 6:57am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

[/b]im you dont mind me asking, whar would someone pay for this same frame today?  urs looks to be 10 out of 10.    mine is 7 out of 10.
i dont plan on ever saling my #070 (since i've owned since new in '94or'95). but i would get a feeling of relief just knowing.
thanks, Casey
btw, ill have pics of my Monoque posted very soon.[/b]

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#6 2010-11-28 1:28pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Haro Monocoque HM070 wrote:

[/b]im you dont mind me asking, whar would someone pay for this same frame today?  urs looks to be 10 out of 10.    mine is 7 out of 10.
i dont plan on ever saling my #070 (since i've owned since new in '94or'95). but i would get a feeling of relief just knowing.
thanks, Casey
btw, ill have pics of my Monoque posted very soon.[/b]

I wouldn't sell your frame unless your survival depended on it!  It's really awesome to see a bike in the condition that yours is in - raced and taken care of, then extremely well preserved since.  I picked up the Monocoque I have built up right now about 4 or 5 years back on ebay for $167 shipped, sold the forks, seat, post, stem, bars & brakes that came on it, and ended up with $20 and the frame!  As far as what someone would pay for your frame today...new back in the day they were $800 for frame only...Now, you would think the price would be at least this if not more due to their rarity, however, I would say a 10/10 today could go anywhere from $500-$1000.  It really just depends on what the buyer is willing to pay and what the current market is like...right now is NOT the time to sell, lol.  There's one on ebay right now that's listed for $1600-$1700...which I think is a little excessive...  I'm looking forward to seeing a few pictures once you get the build going! keep in touch!  I'll have some new pictures of mine posted pretty soon as well with a few part upgrades!

-Jack


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#7 2012-01-09 2:33pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

I recently got a digital copy of the 1993 Haro BMX Catalog (http://s1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb3 … X-Catalog/) and realized that there is a picture of the original Haro Monocoque in it (see picture below).  The frame looks slightly different than your frame (rear triangle and dropouts), but I thought I'd share it with you anyways :) .  Also, according to the '93 Haro catalog, the frame shown below has the following geometry: seat tube angle (SA) = 71.5 deg. ; head tube angle (HA) = 74 deg. ; bottom bracket height (BB) = 11.5 in. ; wheelbase length (WB) = 37 in. ; and top tube length (TT) = 19.0 in. (http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb3 … 993_16.jpg).  Lastly, there is no mention of the Haro Monocoque in Haro's '91, '92, '94, or '95 catalogs...


http://i1202.photobucket.com/albums/bb370/pharv85/1993-Haro-BMX-Catalog/Haro_1993_04.jpg

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#8 2012-04-25 3:17pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Did you see the one that just sold last week on Ebay? - Frame only, looked mint -went for $700


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#9 2012-04-30 2:37am

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Fatboy wrote:

Did you see the one that just sold last week on Ebay? - Frame only, looked mint -went for $700

Yep, and i missed out :(


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#10 2012-04-30 3:12pm

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Yeah, it looked really clean.  Went for a pretty fair price as well...I bid on it a few times but it ran a little out of my $$ range at the moment.  ...finishing grad school right now and getting a little lower on funds than I would like.  Couldn't pass up an opportunity on the McMahon though...didn't have one of those yet!  Now the hunt is on for a set of MRC forks and some batwing v brakes.  Though the Marzocchi sinister that's on it is NOS...hard decision to make, lol.


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#11 2012-06-17 9:16am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Finally had a chance to update my pics, hope y'all like them!  :D


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#12 2012-06-17 9:42am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Looking good :) .  I also have to get one of those display cases (and some nice parts to fill it with - I'm not there yet :lol: )!  I can't wait to see what this one looks like built up :D .  I'll stay tuned for updates.


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Check out some parts that I've researched and learn something new:  http://bmxmuseum.com/reference/user/55510/

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#13 2012-06-17 11:01am

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Seems like the year of the first run of those keeps getting earlier and earlier...:lol:  Had no idea that they ever had 1" headtubes.


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#14 2012-06-17 2:25pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

perront wrote:

Seems like the year of the first run of those keeps getting earlier and earlier...:lol:  Had no idea that they ever had 1" headtubes.

LOL, seems like!  I hadn't seen that prototype ad from 1993 before and am really glad that pharv shared it with everyone.  I also just submitted my black 003XL Monocoque frame as well and included some info on the specifics.  The black frame is the only 1 1/8" head tube Monocoque I have seen.  I really need to break out the old bmxer mag collection and run some scans of articles when I get the chance.


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#15 2012-06-17 8:04pm

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:cool:


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#16 2015-08-20 6:13pm

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Re: 1994 Haro Monocoque

Updated pics posted of completed build, thank you again to all who helped pull this one together!  :)


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#17 2015-08-20 6:49pm

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:o OH MA GAWD :cool:


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#18 2018-02-08 3:28pm

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A fav 4 sure :cool:


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#19 2020-03-14 8:49pm

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Pleaaase sell those HED wheels to me!!

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#20 2020-03-15 1:49am

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Sharp.

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