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Archived: Old School BMX







WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by: glenn on 3/2/2002 at 6:11:08 PM
I am looking for: Hutch hollywood or judge frame and forks.
Bullseye or profile hubs and cranks
Hutch stickers or parts

Can anyone point me in the right direction to locate the above.

Thank you!


   RE:WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by tony on 3/4/2002 at 10:39:09 AM
check your e mail dude....i may be able to help

   RE:WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by Tyler on 3/6/2002 at 5:11:02 AM
I've got a hollywood frame w/o the paint and stickers.Just the frame and fork go for 424.00 out the box at some places on the internet.

   RE:WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by tony on 3/6/2002 at 6:26:47 AM
glenn...your offer was not enough.$100 for a nos judge f/f....no thanks,i'll keep it

   RE:WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by jrellis5 on 3/9/2002 at 5:19:29 PM
$100.00 offer for a nos judge, that's funny. I'll buy all of them ya got for $100.00 hehehe.

   RE:WANTED:   hutch bmx posted by Hutch on 3/15/2002 at 3:16:17 PM
Hutch Judge on Ebay now. Does not appear to be NOS and does
not appear to be had at $100.00. hehe






AGE / VALUE:   mongoose moosegoose posted by: mike on 3/1/2002 at 12:46:14 AM
a friend of mine is curious as to the value of a moosegoose. i dont know its present condition or even if its complete, but if anyone is intersted in it, email me and i`ll get more info on it. i`m not gonna dig unless someone wants one cause i`m just not interested myself and dont see picking it up and then gettin stuck with it. sorry for being blunt here but these types of bikes are just not for me........ anywayz, lmk, mike.


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   mongoose moosegoose posted by tyler on 3/6/2002 at 5:15:04 AM
Im intrested in the goose but I would like to know what kind of condition its in,and what kind of price you are talking about.

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   mongoose moosegoose posted by Ty on 5/17/2002 at 4:58:02 PM
What year? Colour any details






WANTED:   SE Racing Floval Flyer posted by: Tony on 2/28/2002 at 7:50:04 PM
I'm on the lookout for 1 matching frame and fork for a 24" SE Racing Floval Flyer. I would prefer a loop tail but if the price is right, I'm interested in just about anything.

Thanks,

Tony







WANTED:   acs z mags posted by: Los on 2/28/2002 at 12:58:07 AM
if you have a pair of z mags email me and we will talk







MISC:   "How parts have changed the way we ride" posted by: Rob on 2/26/2002 at 12:43:26 AM
I was wondering if anyone could tell me how parts have changed on bmx bikes since the time that bmx started to present. I am mainly interested in flatland but other kinds of bmx is fine. Also, does anybody know of any good "old school" bmx sites that give info about bike parts?

Thanks,
Rob


   RE:MISC:    posted by JIM on 3/1/2002 at 8:10:59 PM
www.vintagebmx.com........the best old school site on the web






AGE / VALUE:   trying to find the value of an early 80's haro invert posted by: herman on 2/25/2002 at 4:52:03 AM
i found an early 80's haro invert in a trash dumpster,but the bike was in perfect condition, all original parts on it and everything.i was wondering if you could give me an estimate of what my find is worth.thanks alot if you could help me out sir/ma'am.


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   trying to find the value of an early 80's haro invert posted by jim on 2/26/2002 at 6:24:08 AM
Invert was a low end HARO freestyle bike . In mint condition with all original parts should be worth at least $100.00 . Great find ;-) !!!I need to go dumpster diving near you !!!!!!!!!!






AGE / VALUE:   Who made this Frame posted by: Keith on 2/24/2002 at 5:08:48 AM
I was wondering who manufactured my mid 1980's bmx bicycle only one of the original stickers is still on the frame it reads( Osborn Pro 4130 chromoly } I was once told It was a General, the serial no: is 87016971 can anyone help me ?


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Who made this Frame posted by Jason on 2/24/2002 at 1:19:14 PM
General made a frame called the R.L. Osborn Pro. It's probably a General. The Osborn Pro was all 4130 cromo.

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   Who made this Frame posted by harry on 4/16/2002 at 3:56:06 AM
The Osborn Pro was produced by General Bicycle. Named and designed by RL Osborn, paid rider for General. Frame graphics by Heidi Wisdom, friend of RL. 4130 crmly. I was co founder of General Bicycle and
Moped from 1981-1990, an designed most of the bikes.






AGE / VALUE:   late 70's early 80's haro lightning bolt no#plate posted by: Mike Berry on 2/24/2002 at 1:30:55 AM
I am looking for haro no#plate late 70's early 80's lightning bolt style .







AGE / VALUE:   24"Champion posted by: csp on 2/21/2002 at 9:18:13 PM
Taking best cash or trade offer.For trade offer please dont ask what i want,just send a list.Picture available.

Chris







MISC:   New BMX frame- Kappa K-20 posted by: KAPPA on 2/21/2002 at 2:50:36 AM
Hello fellow BMXers!

We thought you'd like to get a sneak peek at our new 20" frame that will be available in late April. Pictures and other information can bee seen at our website:

www.kappabikes.com

The frame is a very simple but tough loop-tail design. It is 100% made in the U.S.A.

Please email us if you would like to be added to our mailing list. More products will be available in the future.

We ook forward to hearing from you,

Kappa Bicycle Co.







AGE / VALUE:   Mongoose " Moosegoose" posted by: cp23mj@aol.com on 2/20/2002 at 3:30:29 PM
How hard are these to find? Anyone interested?


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Mongoose posted by Tony Amato on 2/28/2002 at 7:43:14 PM
I am interested in the Moosegoose. What are you asking for it?

Tony






FOR SALE:   mongoose-"two four" posted by: eric on 2/19/2002 at 6:55:18 AM
Hey people, I have been riding 24" bmx for about twenty years now and over the years have acquired two exact sets of frame and forks that I would consider of collector quality .They are called" Mongoose two four" .Does anyone out there know of this model?I believe they are pretty rare and of high quality.Anyone have any info on this bike or interested in purchasing for a good price?


   RE:FOR SALE:   mongoose- posted by Troy Palmer on 2/19/2002 at 8:55:26 PM
Hello,
I would be interested in one of the Mongoose 2/4 frame and fork sets you have. How much do you want for it? What condition is the chrome/Nickel and decals? Can you please send a photo?
Thanks
Troy






FOR SALE:   Mongoose Pro Class posted by: C. King on 2/15/2002 at 5:25:15 PM
I have a first edition Mongoose Pro Class with all original parts. I had to have the frame warrantied about 2 months after I bought it and recieved a team frame to replace it, so its actually better than what could be bought at your local shop at the time. The bike was originally black chrome but has since been painted white. For a bike from the early eighties it is in overall good condition. My son still actually rides it every now and then. I'm looking to trade it for a set of Flight or Profile SS cranks, and maybe a couple of 24" mags or rims. I'm building a cruiser and need good parts. If you have anything you may want to trade let me know.







AGE / VALUE:    posted by: Wings on 2/15/2002 at 8:18:04 AM
What do Tough Neck stems look like?
Did they used to be on old Mongoose?


   RE:AGE / VALUE:    posted by Wings on 2/23/2002 at 5:28:57 AM
Help!!!!
I will try this: Can anyone describe Tuff Neck BMX quil hadlebar stems? Did they have two raised platforms with space in between and each platform had two bolts to secure the handlebar? l have seen this on MONGOOSE.
Or is Tuff Neck another style?
Help!

   RE:AGE / VALUE: posted by Alan on 4/7/2002 at 12:39:02 PM
Tuff Neck were an aftermarket stem that had 4 8mm allen head
bolts which I think were 5/16 Dia the top piece of the clamp
was one piece.I regarded these as one of the strongest on the
Australian market in the early 80/s.Would like to purchase
if you come by any,
rebuilding Team Mongoose to my old specs






MISC:   PICTURES OF REBUILT BMX BIKES!!! posted by: Michael on 2/10/2002 at 8:46:18 AM
s of rebuilt bike pics BMX middle weights bannana seat bikes choppers parts and stuff!!!!!! LOTS of pics and parts some bike for sale many have been totaaly overhauled and are ready to be ridden. Ohh yea did i mention I have lots of super clean bike pics? Wanna see so bad ass restorations? Pleas someone e-mail me for details. Just starting own restoration/repair shop all feedback will be appreciated!!!!!!!

Thanks so Much
Michael