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#1 2013-01-18 8:47pm

suicidepan
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1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

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1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

THIS IS THE 2ND STANDARD FRAME EVER BUILT AND WAS RIDDEN BY CHAD DEGROOT

This is a 1992 Standard Southwick built Lengthy. There were only eight southwick frames ever built and they were also the first eight Standard frames ever built. This frame is Southwick number #0002 the second Standard frame ever built !!! This frame was ridden by Chad Degroot and is a very special frame to me due to the cruedness of how the frame was built. The seat stays look like they were bent with a conduit bender and take a look at the double stacked 990 mounts. All of this was R&D stuff trial and error which makes it very cool in my opinion. Of the eight Southwick frames only two are known still to exist and I own both of them. As a Major collector of rare Standard Bykes I am very proud to be able to have these frames in my possesion.         


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#2 2013-01-19 12:28am

pharv85
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

Another rare frame I see.  I think I'm going to have to make the short drive over to your place (I'm now living in Vacaville) and check out off of your nice bikes and frames smile.  Keep 'em comin'!


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#3 2013-01-19 3:48am

nybble
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

Awesome to see these items end up w/ an appreciative owner (history, flaws, intricacies, etc... )
You have a great Standard collection and knowledge.
Thanks for sharing your Standard bmx passion here. smile

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#4 2013-01-19 3:51pm

ToBigToRide265
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

Pan iam your man if it ever needs a new home , you always have some wicked pieces in your collection

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#5 2016-09-16 5:29pm

PBR_Streetgang
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Re: 1992 Standard Lengthy Southwick

crazy bends on the seatstays


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