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#1 2008-09-30 8:59am

baron340
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1979 Rampar R10

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1979 Rampar R10

Sold/Traded (sadly)

All original looptail survivor, even the chainguard and reflectors. This is the bike most kids started out with. It brings back a lot of memories.


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Do not deal with Niagara Cycles, NY. 

Looking for AC 180mm or Profile box drive side crank arm chrome.

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#3 2009-01-27 8:05am

baron340
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

Thanks!


Do not deal with Niagara Cycles, NY. 

Looking for AC 180mm or Profile box drive side crank arm chrome.

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#4 2009-01-27 8:48am

swbruni
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

Very cool bike I had one long time ago...........................................big_smile.............


hava a great day....

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#5 2009-01-27 11:33am

baron340
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

Thanks all.  Heavy bike, but has class.  Please don't boo me, but I traded it for a Redline. sad  I needed an os rider, and the R-10 wasn't fitting the bill.  At least it will stay intact at it's new good home. smile


Do not deal with Niagara Cycles, NY. 

Looking for AC 180mm or Profile box drive side crank arm chrome.

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#6 2009-04-14 12:31pm

mah1115
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

I had a bike just like this.  It was my first BMX bike.  We used to jump a concrete drainage ditch out into the road.  I jumped on it so much that I twisted the handlebars and bent the forks.  Traded it in on a 1981 Diamondback standard pro.

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#7 2009-04-14 3:02pm

boxline69
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From: Montgomery, AL
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

Old school fo sho! cool


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#8 2009-04-14 5:25pm

baron340
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

I really liked this bike, was sad to trade it.  Lotsa flavor.


Do not deal with Niagara Cycles, NY. 

Looking for AC 180mm or Profile box drive side crank arm chrome.

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#9 2012-01-12 8:16am

cc067
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Registered: 2011-11-23
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

This was my first bike also. I put gold sugino cranks, blue pedals bear trap cant remember what type but were not cheap, blue tuff kneck stem gold redline bars, blue oakley grips, blue ayra rims with gold spokes, gold dia compe's with blue pads, lighter gold seat post, blue tuff seat clamp, blue viscount seat and put blue snake bellys to finish. IT made it much lighter and I kept up with all my friends, I was bigger and worked it hard and it took it all. I woke up one morning and as it turns out my neighbor had cut the railing I had locked it to with my krypt lock and stole it. I saw him one day months later after home owners and krypt had paid me for it, rididng it spray bombed. I knew  it was mine nobody had one and the rims told me. I whipped his ass took it back and eventually sold it and combined all my cash for a new stereo and a schwinn predator and a redline. I miss that bike. I delivered alot papers to build that bike.

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#10 2017-09-19 6:44pm

mah1115
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Re: 1979 Rampar R10

Paper route was how I paid for my bikes too.  Had to save for months to buy the Diamondback I bought after the Rampar.

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