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#51 2010-06-03 4:34pm

Z.
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http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h185/Txaircraftmech/MVC-008F-4.jpg

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#52 2010-06-03 4:37pm

forman
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Hutch pre serial 80 -81 before hutch even made parts for there bikes shop owners robbed  kz-1 packages from kuwaharas to make the hutch bikes http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b5/kingofgabbo/IMG_2373.jpg


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#53 2010-06-03 4:40pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

KenC wrote:

I have a few "so called" rare items,

76 extra gusset DeCoster, one of only 4 known that has been found and the only known 100% survivor. Ironically I’ve owned 2 of the four and found them within 3 miles of my house and both from the original owners.

http://i469.photobucket.com/albums/rr55 … 000651.jpg

74 Redline Squareback, 136th Redline ever built and 1 of only 637 first gen Squarebacks built in 74 & 75. The Webco stem is probably rarer than the bike itself. And that is my not so rare 76 Squareback in the background.

http://i469.photobucket.com/albums/rr55 … to1224.jpg

February 77 extra gusset  Mongoose “short" survivor with original MMI’s, February 77 is the last month for the extra gusset and no brake bridge, there are 5 extra gusset January 77’s and only 3 extra gusset February 77’s recorded so far to still exist. One of the Febuary 77’s is the first known to come with MMII’s from the factory.

http://i469.photobucket.com/albums/rr55 … to0181.jpg

I use to own this 76 Super-X, 1 of only 3 known to exist. They were poorly designed and all 3 known were broke. This one is currently in the hands of Waza and being restored.

http://i469.photobucket.com/albums/rr55 … blowup.jpg

Along with a set of Webco mags, I have this pair of Iverson mags from 1969, they look almost identical to the Webco’s  except they were designed for Musclebikes and made of aluminum instead of the magnesium.

http://i469.photobucket.com/albums/rr55 … to1654.jpg

love that decoster, ken.


GO FOR IT. [img]http://i592.photobucket.com/albums/tt1/grasso68/deathd2-2-1-1.jpg[/img]

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#54 2010-06-03 4:40pm

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big_smile

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#55 2010-06-03 4:43pm

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forman wrote:

Hutch pre serial 80 -81 before hutch even made parts for there bikes shop owners robbed  kz-1 packages from kuwaharas to make the hutch bikes http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b5/ki … G_2373.jpg

Hey Forman, does that have a drilled bridge? Sweet rig!


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#56 2010-06-03 4:52pm

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I sold all these parts but I had them at one point...

Profile bars
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Profilebars-1.jpg

They came on this survivor- SOLD to Brian P.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Profile-1-1.jpg

Vision mini ramp kits- I had like 5 of these...not too rare but cool.
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Vision-1.jpg

GJS freestyle- SOLD to SmokinEndo
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/GJS-5.jpg

Came like this- http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/newscore.jpg

and had this in it
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/SST-1.jpg

Tech 7's in white in the bag- I paid LESS than the sticker on them and sold them for A LOT more-LOL
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/T7.jpg

88 GT Pro Freestyle Tour F+F (built up as a used parts contest rider)...why is this rare?  Notice there are NO 990s yet the downtube is pierced for the cable routing and there is a cable guide welded to the top tube.  This frame was NOT modified anywhere but the factory...it's just an odd "friday afternoon weld" LOL  --TRADED away for RC truck parts-LOL
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Used-3.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Used-6.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Used-7.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b391/pjbaz/Used-3.jpg

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#57 2010-06-03 4:55pm

forman
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no from what i understand the profile made frame and forks were only made for a couple months before they brought the tooling to wayne nj then to md correct me if i am wrong wink


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#58 2010-06-03 5:02pm

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1989 S&M MADDOG PRO. The Pro is the XL version. Not sure how rare but I haven't seen many.

http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp195/jimeaster/DSC06418.jpg
http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp195/jimeaster/DSC06420.jpg


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#59 2010-06-03 5:14pm

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1966bmx wrote:

ok i will play . the elusive G-BOY fork . super stoked to have these .....
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001700.jpg
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001701.jpg

and a very rare ashtabula frame . only a few known to exist .
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001622.jpg

and fluted v-bars . funny . when i went looking for these . i was told '' they never made those '' HA ! i knew they did . i had em on my bike as a kid . cool
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001619.jpg

My brother-in-law has a perfect condition complete survivor Ashtabula that he got when he was 12, I'm working on him to get it.


I have a set of red fluted v-bars and a set of red fluted box bars, they are pretty rare, I've only seen a few of them in all the time I've been collecting bikes.


redline squareback wrote:

i have a couple rare items.

1) nos fmf frame.

http://i592.photobucket.com/albums/tt1/ … /fmf12.jpg

2) nos first gen redline stem and 74 redline f&f

Your being modest Shawn. you have a lot of cool and rare items I would love to have. wink


I'm looking for a clean 1975 Mongoose (long) frame, and a nice original finish Mongoose Two/Four

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#60 2010-06-03 5:14pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

ENVIROGUY430 wrote:

1989 S&M MADDOG PRO. The Pro is the XL version. Not sure how rare but I haven't seen many.

http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06418.jpg
http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06420.jpg

What are the hubs in your Mad Dog wheels?


trying to build the BMX PLUS 1991 Most Popular BMX Giveaway Bike.

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#61 2010-06-03 5:27pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

KenC wrote:

lambohaha wrote:

For KenC:
Diggin` the Krate!!! cool
Gotta ? about the `76 Super X. Could it be a `75 maybe? This is only a question now, but I`ve seen all the threads about the "Flared" brake bridge on BMX Products bikes and them being `75`s not `76`s. I do not know, thats why I`m asking. Thanks.

Oh BTW, all cool pieces cool cool

There were two models of the Super-X's built in 75-76, the one like I had which were all mild steel and came with the 75 style seat stay bracket with no hole, no brake bridge, no brake tab and no extra gusset and the other which was basically a Mongoose frame with Super-X decals which had the extra gusset, no brake bridge and some of them didn't have a brake tab. The serial on mine was XL6 xxxxx but one of the others is the oldest known BMX Products frame known to exist with a serial number of 10006 and both frames are identical, even broke in the same place.

Cool, thanks for that info wink

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#62 2010-06-03 5:29pm

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How about a 1982 Traker 24"? VDC made with a flat-oval top tube. One of only two known to exist and the other is a basket-case frame only:
http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o299/scraplord/Traker1001.jpg


Still searching for my missing bikes from BITD. 1979 Blue Max serial: CI9 221346 and 1977 Webco serial: 42667. Both were last seen at Spoke and Sport Bicycles in Spokane, WA around 1984. $600 reward if found!!

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#63 2010-06-03 5:34pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

So far I guess this is my rarest.

1979 Fuji Feather Frame, have the forks also. Haven't seen another yet.
http://i743.photobucket.com/albums/xx76/bloud222/1979%20Fuji%20Feather%20Professional%20BMX/79-Fuji-Feather-001.jpg

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#64 2010-06-03 5:38pm

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icewater619 wrote:

yikes vector is insane!

We all see lots of The same stuff on here every day.
We don't see that every day.

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#65 2010-06-03 5:41pm

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cyclone wrote:

new old stock Matthews girder fork.


http://i637.photobucket.com/albums/uu94 … G_2651.jpg

Wow!
just... Wow!

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#66 2010-06-03 5:45pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

XXrlproline24XX wrote:

ENVIROGUY430 wrote:

1989 S&M MADDOG PRO. The Pro is the XL version. Not sure how rare but I haven't seen many.

http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06418.jpg
http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06420.jpg

What are the hubs in your Mad Dog wheels?

Pullstar I assume.

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#67 2010-06-03 5:49pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v208/indynick/tire.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v208/indynick/tire1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v208/indynick/tire2.jpg

Firestone Knobbies from around 1974-76 I have 2 sets of these both NOS.

Last edited by moosegoose nick (2010-06-03 5:50pm)

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#68 2010-06-03 5:49pm

ENVIROGUY430
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Re: Post your rarest piece

williwoods wrote:

XXrlproline24XX wrote:

ENVIROGUY430 wrote:

1989 S&M MADDOG PRO. The Pro is the XL version. Not sure how rare but I haven't seen many.

http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06418.jpg
http://i411.photobucket.com/albums/pp19 … C06420.jpg

What are the hubs in your Mad Dog wheels?

Pullstar I assume.

Thanks right. Pulstar hubs, sealed. don't know much about em but the spin great. Came on the bike when I picked-up.


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#69 2010-06-03 5:51pm

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Matthews trials bike

http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/3811/tr001.jpg

Panda Elite

http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/3595/1pan001qd2.jpg

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#70 2010-06-03 5:51pm

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#71 2010-06-03 5:52pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

ENVIROGUY430 wrote:

williwoods wrote:

XXrlproline24XX wrote:


What are the hubs in your Mad Dog wheels?

Pullstar I assume.

Thanks right. Pulstar hubs, sealed. don't know much about em but the spin great. Came on the bike when I picked-up.

Way cool. I really like 'em.


trying to build the BMX PLUS 1991 Most Popular BMX Giveaway Bike.

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#72 2010-06-03 5:53pm

williwoods
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Pulstar hubs were pretty common in the mid early 90's. came on Park Pre bikes stock. there are 2 version of them, the OEM cheapy junk ones and the aftermarket nice ones. I have no idea how to tell them apart. I think it might be sealed vs non sealed. Or maybe the cheap ones were forged and the high end ones were CNC.....

they sure look cool.

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#73 2010-06-03 5:54pm

ENVIROGUY430
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XXrlproline24XX wrote:

ENVIROGUY430 wrote:

williwoods wrote:

Pullstar I assume.

Thanks right. Pulstar hubs, sealed. don't know much about em but the spin great. Came on the bike when I picked-up.

Way cool. I really like 'em.

Thanks. I'm in the middle of redoing the bike and have decided to leave those hubs on it.

Last edited by ENVIROGUY430 (2010-06-03 5:56pm)


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#74 2010-06-03 5:58pm

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Re: Post your rarest piece

not that its that rare but is all nos
the single pinch Haro cranks on the master are pretty rare though.

http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z20/SCOTTMARIA/whitebars2.jpg

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#75 2010-06-03 5:58pm

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KenC wrote:

1966bmx wrote:

ok i will play . the elusive G-BOY fork . super stoked to have these .....
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001700.jpg
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001701.jpg

and a very rare ashtabula frame . only a few known to exist .
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001622.jpg

and fluted v-bars . funny . when i went looking for these . i was told '' they never made those '' HA ! i knew they did . i had em on my bike as a kid . cool
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/ … 001619.jpg

My brother-in-law has a perfect condition complete survivor Ashtabula that he got when he was 12, I'm working on him to get it.


I have a set of red fluted v-bars and a set of red fluted box bars, they are pretty rare, I've only seen a few of them in all the time I've been collecting bikes.


redline squareback wrote:

i have a couple rare items.

1) nos fmf frame.

http://i592.photobucket.com/albums/tt1/ … /fmf12.jpg

2) nos first gen redline stem and 74 redline f&f

Your being modest Shawn. you have a lot of cool and rare items I would love to have. wink

thx ken . yeah dude you gotta get that ashtabula from your bro in law .i would LOVE to see a pic of it . i have a bunch of sets of the fluted box bars and quite a few fluted bars that have more of a race inc type shape . plus these v bars ...


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If you are under 18 I am sorry . But I will no longer be selling to or buying from you . Too many hassles .

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