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IOWNED A REBEL BIKE WHEN I WAS A TEENAGER BACK IN 1987 I BOUGHT IT USED. IT WAS TOLD TO ME THAT THIS BIKE HAD SOLD NEW IN THE EARLY 80'S FOR AROUND 600.00 U.S. AND THAT IT WAS MADE IN TENNESEE. IT HAD THREE PIECE ALUMINUM CRANKS STOCK, V-TYPE BMX HANDLEBARS. IT WAS THE LIGHTEST DARN THING I EVER RODE, AND I HAD RODE SOME PRETTY LIGHT ONES.
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RE:AGE / VALUE: rebel bmx frame and fork.....general lee model posted by paul on 6/30/2005 at 7:50:25 PM
Oh my god!! ive been looking on very website available trying to find info on the rebel bmx! I originally owned a Stormer (around 1984).... then my mom & dad bought me for christmas a twin tubed rebel freestyle frame/forks a set of black skyway tuff2s a fluted seat post & CW handle bars....
i sold the thing years ago (my biggest mistake) I'm now 31yrs and looking to build buy a full 1980s BMX (not the crap thats in the shops now) a real BMX that I can fram & mount on our wall!
any help would be great...... mine was a chrome frame with the rebel stickers on! 501 tubing i think??
RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: rebel bmx frame and fork.....general lee model posted by warren porter on 7/3/2005 at 6:07:09 AM
how much u seeling it for
RE:AGE / VALUE: rebel bmx frame and fork.....general lee model posted by don on 8/15/2005 at 4:18:35 AM
rebel bikes were built in texas and arizona,bernie anderson of the aba had something to do with owning the company.i have a general lee 20 and a johhnyreb 24.i have not located very much info.
RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: rebel bmx frame and fork.....general lee model posted by DONALD,RAY on 7/9/2006 at 6:48:16 AM
i know that question i can answer for you made by d,k made in the west of tenn ,, cause i had three of them i am in memphis,tn ????? check my post out
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