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1980 MCS Magnum

#1 2021-06-17 7:58am

hollywood763
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1980 MCS Magnum

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1980 MCS Magnum

Finally acquired one of my childhood bikes. These MCS Magnums IMO were probably one of the most underrated BMX bikes ever made.  They had perfect geometry, and were absolutely indestructible!  I’ll update with better pics of both my old one from BITD, and this current build.


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#2 2021-06-17 8:38am

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Re: 1980 MCS Magnum

Nice MCS Magnum. Beautiful build to match the truck. Outstanding detail job on that Tacoma too. Don't see many dark blue ones.

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#3 2021-06-17 12:40pm

hollywood763
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Re: 1980 MCS Magnum

BMX3353 wrote:

Nice MCS Magnum. Beautiful build to match the truck. Outstanding detail job on that Tacoma too. Don't see many dark blue ones.

Thanks!  The Tacoma is as much fun to drive and the bike is to ride!  I bought the truck brand new with 3 miles on it, and will be a rig I’ll keep forever now that it’s not my daily anymore.  👍

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#4 2021-06-17 7:53pm

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Awesome magnum.  I have to say I really like the old MCS frames.   They seem to be a bit of a sleeper,  flying under the radar of many.  At some point collectors are going to "discover" MCS and go nuts for them.  They deserve to be recognised as the top shelf frames they are.

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#5 2021-06-17 10:10pm

carbon8
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I agree with BMXdirector. These are under rated and they are very light weight. This one puts mine to shame so no need to even post my junk now. :lol:

This is the sweetest Magnum I've seen, great job man.

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#6 2021-06-17 10:46pm

hollywood763
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Thanks guys! I have a few more finishing touches I plan on doing, and I'm hoping to get a few more pictures posted in the next day or so. :D

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#7 2021-06-18 7:39pm

Kraut
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Nice MCS, love my Magnum pro,lightest pro size in my collection!


I have no respect for the clown that separates frames from forks!!
Unless you broke them,don’t separate,so lame... And if we do business, and it goes well. Leave feedback, I will do the same...

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#8 2021-06-20 6:12am

Tony England
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Re: 1980 MCS Magnum

Super bike. I like it.mcs Magnum.

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#9 2022-02-26 7:40am

mxfan69
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Re: 1980 MCS Magnum

Bump for a bad arse bike


WTB - Race Inc Centerline Fork with OG finish Gold Paint and OG Decals

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