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#26 2010-04-15 9:22pm

StillRidin'
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Just saw this on the main page and decided to check it out. After seeing DemonGT's comment I looked this thing up on BikePedia... it says that they were made from 1998 - 2000 and that the prices were like $950 - $1050 when new! Is this correct? yikes


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#27 2010-04-16 9:37am

Fatboy
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Yeah, this was a $1k bike -factory stock.
Surprisingly though, not their most expensive bike those years.

StillRidin' wrote:

Just saw this on the main page and decided to check it out. After seeing DemonGT's comment I looked this thing up on BikePedia... it says that they were made from 1998 - 2000 and that the prices were like $950 - $1050 when new! Is this correct? yikes


Stuff I want: 2000 24" DB Reactor Team frame ,  Voxom and Enigma stuff. Alliant / Radix stem and stuff.  JW and Stiffys stuff.  Cool late mid-school cruiser parts.

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#28 2010-06-06 3:47pm

Ripper88
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Re: 1998 GT Show

I use to want one of these when i was a kid.

I was ten when i first saw this bike.

Id love to get one.


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#29 2010-08-28 3:10pm

Gtharo78
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Sweet show, like the Red cables.

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#30 2010-10-19 11:25am

A GT RIDER
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Re: 1998 GT Show

hey bro quien la tiene now?...this think is sick! im going to get one of these!!cool

my second faved bike on the museum...the first is ur robby pro xl!


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#31 2010-11-16 4:11pm

liljoker
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Re: 1998 GT Show

NICE BIKE

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#32 2010-11-17 9:11am

Maul67
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Re: 1998 GT Show

So very nice.


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#33 2012-02-13 5:08pm

noxqcs
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Re: 1998 GT Show

sik.

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#34 2012-02-22 12:42pm

noxqcs
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Re: 1998 GT Show

DemonGT wrote:

i remember when i first got the 1998 GT catalog and when i seen the new Show bike i crapped my pants....then when i found out the price of it i crapped them again

lol

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#35 2019-05-05 8:40am

flatland78
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Coolest "Mid-School" GT ever made hands down! Cant come close to the 87' PFTs but for its era it's gotta be the most collectable or sought after GT freestyler. I dont invest in the Mid-school frames for my personal collection but when I do... because I will... my first build will be a Show! Curious to compare the geometry of this frame to my 2012 New-School Flatland build. It looks like it would be perfect for the new school style of riding tho!!!!coolcoolcool

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#36 2019-08-01 7:50am

Mike E
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Re: 1998 GT Show

oh man... this been on my hit list since 98! great seeing this thing alive!!!!

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