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1988 GT Pro Performer

#1 2017-12-20 4:53pm

71cutlasss
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1988 GT Pro Performer

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1988 GT Pro Performer

OG dayglo pink

1988 dayglo pro performer from perronts pull. This was the bike I wanted as a kid. For me, in the 80s there was no cooler bike than a performer. About 80 hours into it cleaning it up, assembly etc. I tried to save every original part possible. Every single piece down to the smallest washer has been touched and cleaned.

The new parts are the tuffs/tires/tubes, grips, chain, pedals, and front brake cable. I may end up putting new gyro cables on in the future, they're pretty played out.
*sold



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#2 2018-07-28 1:16pm

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Re: 1988 GT Pro Performer

Is it for sale?

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#3 2018-07-30 8:37am

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Re: 1988 GT Pro Performer

Fil0101 wrote:

Is it for sale?

Nope :)

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