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1987 Hutch Wind Styler

#1 2017-05-07 3:30pm

Willworm
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1987 Hutch Wind Styler

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1987 Hutch Wind Styler

Overlooked hutch freestyler

Latest build, getting ready for a meet and rideout. I really think it looks great! Changing seat and post in the next couple of weeks.
Kept seat but swapped post , had signed by Eddie Fiola, Martin Aparijo and Gary Turner at meet and rideout,  all very down to earth and very nice guys.


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#2 2017-05-07 8:08pm

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Re: 1987 Hutch Wind Styler

Very nice! My buddy got one and ever since I have been wanting one. In my opinion the windstylers have a better looking frame than the other hutch freestyles.

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#3 2017-05-07 11:45pm

Willworm
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Re: 1987 Hutch Wind Styler

Thanks for the comment, will look better with lay back post and different seat, rear pegs etc. Picked the perfect colour, purple reign. Overlooked frames definitely down to the trickstar, which is a lovely looking frame.

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