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#1 2014-03-27 8:05am

mootomagoo76
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1973 Iverson Moto Cross

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1973 Iverson Moto Cross

MOTO-CROSS style bike features 20 inch tires for dirt or street!


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#2 2014-03-27 8:10am

MotoMagMatt
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Awesome find! Love the double stem.  cool


I'm always looking for early Mongoose frames with the lower gusset, 75-76 or early 77. And anything Ashtabula!!!
ALWAYS LOOKING FOR OG SCRAMBLERS.
SEARCHING FOR A PRE-1983 SCHWINN SCRAMBLER THAT WAS PURCHASED FROM THE OUTDOOR STORE IN RED WING,MN THAT STILL HAS THE OUTDOOR STORE STICKER ON IT. ANY COLOR COMBO WILL DO.

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#3 2014-03-27 9:06am

comet77
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

I was also going to comment on the cool stem, gotta love it. The bike is as old school as it gets. Are you going to leave as is or is there a plan for a restoration? Anyway the bike is way to cool I like the fact you found the original flyer.

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#4 2014-03-27 9:30am

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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

70's RULE!  smile


Free your mind and your ass will follow!

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#5 2014-03-27 9:46am

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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

comet77 wrote:

I was also going to comment on the cool stem, gotta love it. The bike is as old school as it gets. Are you going to leave as is or is there a plan for a restoration? Anyway the bike is way to cool I like the fact you found the original flyer.

i'm going keep it like a true survivor smile

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#6 2014-03-27 9:50am

ritchiecamaro
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

That front end is COOL!!!


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#7 2014-03-27 10:11am

MotoMagMatt
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

mootomagoo76 wrote:

comet77 wrote:

I was also going to comment on the cool stem, gotta love it. The bike is as old school as it gets. Are you going to leave as is or is there a plan for a restoration? Anyway the bike is way to cool I like the fact you found the original flyer.

i'm going keep it like a true survivor smile

thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou...  you get what I mean!  cool


I'm always looking for early Mongoose frames with the lower gusset, 75-76 or early 77. And anything Ashtabula!!!
ALWAYS LOOKING FOR OG SCRAMBLERS.
SEARCHING FOR A PRE-1983 SCHWINN SCRAMBLER THAT WAS PURCHASED FROM THE OUTDOOR STORE IN RED WING,MN THAT STILL HAS THE OUTDOOR STORE STICKER ON IT. ANY COLOR COMBO WILL DO.

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#8 2014-03-27 12:26pm

Sodbuster
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Too frickin' cool!! But 1970?? Are you sure?

I agree, not positive on year, and Inverson, or Iverson?..GAry


When I find a part i need for something I am putting together and I have no trust as to weather the part is 30 years old or 30 days old and I'm being charged a price on par with the real genuine and true item. I not only have to question the logic of people with your mind set but the state of the whole hobby in general. That is more to the point why so many people that knew better just walked away. Because they stopped being "OLD" kids bikes and are just kids bikes. Where in all that does the bullshit really lay?

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#9 2014-03-27 5:30pm

316ar78
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Nice ride:cool:


I'm a newb. Made in 1978.

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#10 2014-03-27 7:05pm

Knarly
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Interesting stems and forks.
Double stem action !
Cool looking frame too


LOOKING FOR........   And or Trade items
-Black Kuwahara lightening bolt stem pad   
-Red tech 3 rear brake lever                       
-42, 43, or 44 PPP silver chain ring

"WHEN IN DOUBT, CRANK IT !"

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#11 2014-03-28 7:33am

butlerglc
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

I would find a used banana seat for it and clean it up. But still cool as is! Thanks for posting!


No more media blasting at this time.
I am always glad to give advice any time!!!

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#12 2014-03-29 4:01pm

bmx-nsx-t
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Cool!!     In the beginning


RedLine Rules

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#13 2016-07-17 7:43am

Texasbmx
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Re: 1973 Iverson Moto Cross

Sodbuster wrote:

Too frickin' cool!! But 1970?? Are you sure?

I agree, not positive on year, and Inverson, or Iverson?..GAry

They came out in 1971, apparently.

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