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#1 2011-08-08 12:38am

calismoooth
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1984 GT Pro Performer

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1984 GT Pro Performer

84 Part II with low 150 serial #

Found this low serial # 150 frame and had to swap it out with my other 84 that was #435.
Pretty much swaped everything over with some minor changes.
Dyna seat, retro tuff II metal flange, DC MX 900's & NOS YST headset
Frame, fork, bars & post - rechromed and stickered
Stem - tuf neck polished and anodized
Brakes - Dc MX 900's polished and anodized w/ NOS tech 6 anodized levers
Grips - NOS AME bubble fonts
Headset - NOS YST
Wheels - New retro tuff wheel metal flange w/ NOS GT blue skinwall tires
Seat -  new Dyna viscount
SPC - Tuf neck polished and anodized
Cranks, spider, chainring, and bolts all SR Sakae - cranks & spider were rechromed, bolts are NOS & chainring was polished and anodized
Pedals - NOS SR sp-468's
Thanks for taking a look and I will add more pics in the comment section when approved smile 
 
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#2 2011-08-08 2:18am

Stoner71
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Now thats a pretty ride! 80's chrome greatness......love it!


Ummmmm..........Yeah.

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#3 2011-08-08 3:58pm

bmxrider
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

yikes  Sick.. 84's are very hard to find.. Very Nice wanna sell it... lol JK  Nice ride..

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#4 2011-10-20 7:07pm

shock6
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Very nice! One of my fav's. I love that chrome and blue, plus you have all the right touches. Lookin' forward to more pics:D

Edit: just found the entry with all the xtra pics.

Last edited by shock6 (2011-10-20 7:11pm)


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#5 2011-10-20 7:23pm

jimib
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Sweet '84!


"Time is a great teacher, unfortunately it kills all it's pupils"
"BMX Mausoleum, where old bikes go to die and have their picture taken" Hector Dangus

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#6 2012-02-21 5:37am

Hawk1970
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Great looking early GT Performer....it looks eerily similar to my old one from BITD. I still have my original 1984 unstamped F/F that I am going to try to bring back to what I remember it being when I was a kid.

How do you determine what number built it was? My serial number starts with 284 and has 4 additional #'s.

Hawk1970

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#7 2012-02-21 6:09am

showboat booter
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Hawk1970 wrote:

Great looking early GT Performer....it looks eerily similar to my old one from BITD. I still have my original 1984 unstamped F/F that I am going to try to bring back to what I remember it being when I was a kid.

How do you determine what number built it was? My serial number starts with 284 and has 4 additional #'s.

Hawk1970

It would be those 4 additional numbers. For example 0150


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#8 2012-02-23 3:38am

Hawk1970
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Hmmmm....Any idea on how many unstamped frames GT made in 1984? According to my serial # and using that method to determine the production run, it would mean that there are/were 1600+ unstamped frames out there. I understand that the unstamped 1984 GT Performer is a rare bird, but if there were over 1600 made, they should be much easier to find.

Anyone out there with this info?

Thanks for any and all info on this....

Hawk1970

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#9 2012-04-24 8:57am

liltunechi
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Registered: 2011-02-26
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

cool sick GT bro.

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#10 2013-11-26 8:28am

Mus20
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Calismooth,

I f you would sell this bike please let me know. I had a 1982 gt pro that got stolen in 94. My son is now 6 and I want to give him one of the best. So if anyone can help it would be many thanks.

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#11 2013-11-26 5:13pm

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Re: 1984 GT Pro Performer

Dude. All your bikes are bad azz. Some of the best gt's in the museum. So meticulous.  Shined up perfectly. Quality builds.

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