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#1 2019-05-11 7:14am

flintgtboy78
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1988 Skyway Street Styler

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1988 Skyway Street Styler

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This is a 1988 Skyway Street Styler 20" Freestyle bike.  This was built with all survivor parts but unfortunately the frame and fork were powder coated.  All of the chrome is original though. When I received the bike initially I realized the paint and decals were a couple shades off. I had the frame repowdered and luckily found the propper decals. Besides that all I did was add some survivor Ame bubble font grips,  the correct Skyway spinmaster cables, the Skyway grabber seat and some 24tpi axle pegs to top it off. I've been searching for this bike for 7 years so I'm like a kid at a candy store right now. I can't stop looking at this thing. In my opinion this bike is absolutely amazing and definitely is one of my top favorites. It also rides excellent and feels like your riding a cruiser. With that being said Thank you for looking and remember bikes are made to ride!!!


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#2 2019-06-19 6:41pm

coolcat70-1
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Registered: 2013-12-21
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Re: 1988 Skyway Street Styler

cool these do ride nicely. cool

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