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1988 GT Ricochet

#1 2016-11-02 12:30am

CAW1323
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1988 GT Ricochet

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1988 GT Ricochet

Franken-Crazy-'88!

For me, this year-long build was all about contrasting colors vs textures and envisioning it, agonizingly so, way outside of the box. As always, questions/comments are welcomed, and thanks for checking it out.

-A special thanks to Don (gt350) for once again meeting my custom decal needs, without which, this build could not have been completed. And to another Don, of Seattle Powder Coat, for absolutely hitting the mark of preserving frame/bar stamps with textured powder.
*Yes, that is the ultra rare OG '88 GT Avalanche spider, specifically designed by SR for GTPS cranks.





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Need: Your weld-cracked 88 Ricochet forks!

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#2 2016-11-02 1:17am

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Re: 1988 GT Ricochet

Ha! "Richochet" -Thanks Admins and/or GAry, love it! big_smile


Need: Your weld-cracked 88 Ricochet forks!

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#3 2016-11-02 4:00pm

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Re: 1988 GT Ricochet

That's one nice build, love the look.
Colors are awesome.


Always looking for Slingshots

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#4 2016-11-02 6:44pm

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Re: 1988 GT Ricochet

bad @ss..! yikes

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