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1996 S&M Challenger

#1 2015-05-31 4:01pm

Pro Member44T Prince Regent
From: Chicago IL
Signed up: 2008-06-10
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1996 S&M Challenger

1996 S&M Challenger

Sweet Survivor S&M Challenger Long

Lost track of a F/S posting by a fine member here and I thought I  lost her to another bidder. Days later some gentle haggling and  luckily I was picked as her proper suitor. This well loved 1996 Challenger International Long sits proudly in my S&M Stable. I polished off some Olde El Paso track dust and now she has been kickin' it the Windy City. Wonder if my S&M's will make me proud and make some baby s&m's soon?  All original decals, paint + plenty of OG Goods. I swapped  out a few things but I do not think her previous owner would mind...

1996 S&M fine vintage goodness: Challenger International Long -21"TT & matching forks, Slam Bars clamped to Challenger Stem, Platform PedalsGT/Profile cranks w/Hop Up Kit , 44T Profile  Whippit chain wheelSE grips w/no name bar endsTech 77 lever with Ody Slick Cable Wired to Shimano XT Deore Brakes- binded by Kool Stop brakeshoesDK hubs on SS spokes strung into chromed  Araya Super 7X's rolling on Maxis TiresGT seat mounted on an Odyssey 222 Seat PostDK seat post clampRedline frame savers/tensioners
SOLD 04 2021

Old-Mid-New School it's ALL COOL... Racing- 80's, idle-90's, now just a Cruzin' olde dude on a sweet ride. 
If you see smoke by the tail gate you found Grillie G's BBQ-we will feed you.     
Soon to be legendary Factory  Chicago 44T Skunk Werks Support Rider & fellow OGOAR-Swap Dweller

In search of JMC serial #'s DY8479 & 84C8855.....

Wanted: Better paying  job in order to further support BMX habit ....



#2 2015-06-01 3:25am

From: North Cackalacky
Signed up: 2011-09-25
Posts: 16582
Bikes: 14

Re: 1996 S&M Challenger

That thing is RAD! :o

I really like the color. :cool:

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