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1981 All-Pro Panther

#1 2010-03-21 9:47am

jimib
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1981 All-Pro Panther

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1981 All-Pro Panther

Sorta like the one I had as a kid. I think mine was an '83, and it was a Pro Panther. I cleaned it up and overhauled it, otherwise it's just like I got it.These were sold at K-mart.

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#2 2010-03-21 11:26am

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

very cool cool


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#3 2010-07-11 8:16pm

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

Slick bike. I seen one of this today. No joke. A buddy and I were cleaning out this guys shed that my buddy had struck a deal with. Something about some windsheilds...for all this bicycle stuff. But ANYWAY...thats a whole nother story. One of these Allpros were stuck in the bunch. At first I thought it was a mongoose because of that extra peice of steel welded to the top bar, bottom bar, and fork thru-tube. I was then informed it was an Allpro tongue..Still a cool bike though. Both yours and my buddies.


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#4 2010-12-09 12:22pm

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

I also had a Pro Panther when I was a kid and I'm sure my parents got it at Kmart. I loved it at the time, but it wasn't long until I got a Mongoose, and then a GT, and then a JMC, and then a.....

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#5 2010-12-10 8:26pm

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

rafe711 wrote:

I also had a Pro Panther when I was a kid and I'm sure my parents got it at Kmart. I loved it at the time, but it wasn't long until I got a Mongoose, and then a GT, and then a JMC, and then a.....

Sounds like my story.


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#6 2011-01-28 8:24pm

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

Damn... I had this bike back in 2009 i got it for $15.00 in Kville NC and sold it to a guy who had one as a kid for $80.00 =P

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#7 2011-01-28 8:27pm

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Re: 1981 All-Pro Panther

BTW the one i had was a 1979 all OG all but the crank but i had  the OG one in my parts box he got that with the bike big_smile

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