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1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

#1 2017-10-30 8:58am

Andrewnow
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1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

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1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

Rare Aussie Freestyler

Rare Aussie freestyler from 1984, with twin downtubes and twin top tubes. 

I bought the  frame and forks together.  It has been chromed recently; it was originally painted. I had a pre-chroming photo of the bike, to verify that these are the original forks, but I can't find the photo anymore.  Trust me.
Parts are a mix of repop and miscellaneous old parts, nothing is stock.

The steering angle is quite laid-back, making it ride a bit like a dragster.   A great bike for cruising at the beach, or anywhere else for that matter; she's a real head-turner! 



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#2 2017-11-08 7:14am

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Re: 1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

Very cool!


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#3 2017-11-09 5:36am

Andrewnow
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Re: 1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

ChromeCruiser wrote:

Very cool!

Thanks! Yeah it's kind of rad.

Btw I'm selling the F&F soon...really trying to minimise the fleet to about 3.


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#4 2020-11-05 6:07pm

Yorch
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Re: 1984 Southern Cross Freestyler

Nice bike, do you know what kind of decals use that frame ?
Is a Chromoly frame ?

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