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1981 GT Pro

#1 2013-04-13 2:12pm

nintendoninja
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1981 GT Pro

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1981 GT Pro

81 gt pro
I was tired of looking at a frameset so I built it up with a gt tufneck, Odyssey pro bars, and various 90's gt parts.
Headtube decal is original, downtube decals are repops.

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#2 2013-04-13 8:06pm

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Re: 1981 GT Pro

I love the bike but I hate the 90s parts on it...
That stem is rare and worth a few bucks, you should sell it and fix that bike up proper. tongue
No offence meant at all... cool


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#3 2013-04-13 8:42pm

nintendoninja
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Re: 1981 GT Pro

Ya the 90's parts are just temporary stand ins until I get some era correct parts, but I've got a few other projects ahead of this one.
Also I find it easier to store a whole bike rather than lots of random loose parts.
I've been offered stupid amounts of money for that stem over the years. lol


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#4 2013-04-14 7:56am

Johnnny
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Re: 1981 GT Pro

nintendoninja wrote:

Ya the 90's parts are just temporary stand ins until I get some era correct parts, but I've got a few other projects ahead of this one.
Also I find it easier to store a whole bike rather than lots of random loose parts.
I've been offered stupid amounts of money for that stem over the years. lol

Nice... I hear you on the storage thing. cool


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