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#1 2018-06-23 9:26pm

jeffbrucru
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Registered: 2018-05-07
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1988 GT Pro Series

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1988 GT Pro Series

back in working condition

Bought this off a guy in Evansville in either '92 or '93, and have had it ever since.  Rescued it from my parents shed.  It had the Bullseye crank and an MCS seatpost when I bought it, and the factory wheels.  I found NOS ATI Pistol Grips and a NOS MCS seat post to replace to old MCS one that was beyond salvageable.  I put the dk stem on after I bought it, along with Odyssey Pitbull brakes.  Had to break down and get new tires, as the GT AA Pro tires were dry rotted.  I did a lot of chrome polishing to get it looking good.  Glad I held on to this thing! 


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#2 2018-06-24 9:45am

MJB
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From: Bremerton, WA
Registered: 2011-08-02
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Re: 1988 GT Pro Series

Nice. Love the mid to late 80's Pro Series. cool

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