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#1 2014-03-10 3:59pm

JoshuaOldSchool
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Registered: 2012-12-05
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1990 GT Pro Series 24

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1990 GT Pro Series 24

Picked up f/f from a member. Building it up as a "retro".

My first quality build, atleast IMO. I like the classic early- mid 80's bmx era, and The cruisers are great. Got a great deal on the frame and fork, made a few purchases and pieced it up. It'll be my rider. Thinking about some repop Santa Anna decals.
1990 GT 24" Pro or Pro Series, not sure if they are one in the same or not?!? I believe the last year of GT made in USA & caliper brakes.Nos GT Race Lace hubs,purchased here, built with new Rims, Kendra tiresElina seat stamped 81', purchased here.Odyssey seat clamp & brake, stamped 85'Campy Athena cranks & chaining,  from a friend.GT stem, seat post, Redline bars, came with frame.Shimano used Dx pedals, purchased here.

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#2 2014-03-10 7:59pm

James Vigil
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Re: 1990 GT Pro Series 24

Sweet ride. 1994 was when they switched to canti I believe. I would slap the 1990 decals on them for sure. And all the 1990's cruisers were USA made if I'm not mistaken. You need some 1990's cruiser bars in my opinion though smile

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#3 2014-03-10 8:14pm

JoshuaOldSchool
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Re: 1990 GT Pro Series 24

James Vigil wrote:

Sweet ride. 1994 was when they switched to canti I believe. I would slap the 1990 decals on them for sure. And all the 1990's cruisers were USA made if I'm not mistaken. You need some 1990's cruiser bars in my opinion though smile

I'm actually trying to give it a 80's look, that is the era that I like best. Just the 80's stuff is too much $$$ for me now....well maybe another project should be started?


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