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1977 Redline MX-II

#1 2008-07-23 8:14am

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1977 Redline MX-II

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1977 Redline MX-II

Update. I don't own this bike anymore as i sold it years ago....doh  ; (


This is my unrestored 1977 nickel plated Redline.  I had Johnny Chopper repair the rear brake bridge b/c it was rusted out but Chopper replaced the whole section & saved the day. A big thumbs up to my bro Chopper.
The 7C hoops were originally red Ano so i restored them myself and they've come up pretty good.  This Redline rides like a dream even though its a bit small but its still one of my favs.



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Build it & ride.... ; )

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#2 2008-07-24 5:43am

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

Very nice redline


RIDE IT LIKE YOU STOLE IT

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#3 2008-07-27 3:35pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

Thanks Shiva..... cool


Build it & ride.... ; )

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#4 2008-08-31 2:54pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

I like what you did to it!! sweet ride!!

big_smile

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#5 2008-08-31 4:34pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

hey hollywood.......i love this frame set so thanks again buddy.... smile


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#6 2008-09-01 1:13am

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

your welcome! glad it went to a good home. big_smile

was something wrong with the brake bridge?

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#7 2008-09-04 5:18pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

yeah, the brake bridge had a bit of rust in it and after cleaning it up, i noticed it had eaten the metal bridge.

I had a famous bmx frame builder here in OZ called Johnny Chopper who removed the whole brake bridge and replaced it with OG tubing.  It looks mint now....cool

I've also sent JC my 1976 Squareback b/c it had a crack in the top seat mast and a few flat spots on the inside of the forks. Once i get both of these frame sets re-nickled .... they'll be in show condition. smile

Its all good bro...

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Build it & ride.... ; )

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#8 2009-06-17 7:20pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

smile


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#9 2010-08-05 11:32pm

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Re: 1977 Redline MX-II

Redline was sold to a good friend of mine so no more bmx in my gallery....sad


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