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1995 GT Performer

#1 2017-04-26 12:23pm

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1995 GT Performer

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1995 GT Performer

95 Chrome GT Performer. Built like a tank yet hard to hit.

Found frame and fork only for this Performer in a package deal from a guy in San Antonio off Craigslist. He sold me a 94' Mach One (also frame and fork only) I have here in the museum along with this 95' Performer you see here for $100. The Mach One was his and the Performer was his Brothers. It took me four years to build both.


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#2 2017-09-09 4:53pm

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Re: 1995 GT Performer

What a fantastic example of a 1994 Performer. I personally own two of these, plus a Vertigo with the same lettering. This style frame and sticker set is my personal favorite. Beautiful job restoring it man, thanks for sharing.

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#3 2018-02-09 7:16pm

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Re: 1995 GT Performer

I appreciate that!  Just wish I had some 1st gen Pitbull brakes like the one on your Performer. Nice touch!

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#4 2018-02-10 7:51am

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Re: 1995 GT Performer

JNitrous wrote:

What a fantastic example of a 1994 Performer. I personally own two of these, plus a Vertigo with the same lettering. This style frame and sticker set is my personal favorite. Beautiful job restoring it man, thanks for sharing.

Not really...considering its a 95 model


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

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#5 2018-02-10 4:47pm

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Re: 1995 GT Performer

1994 why is it a 95?

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#6 2018-02-10 5:50pm

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Thanks for clearing that up neutral

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#7 2018-02-11 10:03am

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94 and 95 had completely different frame styles, yours was made in 94 for the 95 model year..they made them ahead of time like cars. This has to be about the 120th time iv had to explain this.

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#8 2018-02-11 12:29pm

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Thanks again JNitrous!  Some folks just need to chime in because they need to feel smarter than everyone else. What a horrible approach to chime in. Maybe one day he will learn to be more eloquent with his facts to gain more respect in the museum. Unfortunately, people like this don’t change. I have changed the description to 95’. Hopefully he’ll get off my back.

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#9 2018-02-12 7:40am

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Jimmy Ray wrote:

Thanks again JNitrous!  Some folks just need to chime in because they need to feel smarter than everyone else. What a horrible approach to chime in. Maybe one day he will learn to be more eloquent with his facts to gain more respect in the museum. Unfortunately, people like this don’t change. I have changed the description to 95’. Hopefully he’ll get off my back.

eloquent? I told you what year it was and why, how much more "eloquent" do i need to be you fricken snow flake.... lol


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#10 2018-02-12 8:38am

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Dear Dbag,

If you would have told me “why” it’s a 95 in your first comment we wouldn’t be here SuzieGT. Instead you had to be a smart*** and say “Not really....considering it’s a 95 model”. This doesn’t explain squat and makes you sound petty dude!  IF you could try and avoid being such a numbnuts in the future, I’m sure folks would appreciate and respect your knowledge more. I know I would have. Now get off my back jack. Put some money into that crappy house and stop spending money on bikes peckerbreath. lol

Yours truly,
fricken snowflake

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#11 2018-02-12 10:03am

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