A few shots right before they left the nest for good. '76 Squareback f/f and double clamp, and the absolutely impossible to find RedLine XR75 frameset.
Something for THEE 26incher
13 May 2008 - 02:33 PM Post #2
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I sold this stuff because I was getting over run with stuff in my stable I couldn't actually use and enjoy. These paid for a Honda crf450 dirt bike. I actually use it. An XR75 in a Honda mini-cycle dirt bike which made it's debut in 1973. I have a '73 decked out with a bunch of PK parts. PK made aftermarket "Trick" parts. You bet I still wish I had this XR frameset. That and the JMC XP-2 "Harry Leary" hand lettered bike are really the things I wish I would have kept. Well, those and the blue JU-6, and......
11 May 2012 - 01:22 PM Post #12
11 May 2012 - 03:09 PM Post #13
Really??? Mate, this thread is 4 years old and was about him selling it !!
You would be surprised how many cars, motorcycles and such I have done searches for on google...Just a title and for sale...turns up old ads...I ask and about a third of the time..the item didn't sell and I get it. Same on ebay. Not everyone relists. Also he may have sold it, but knows who bought it. That person may not have built it, or did and wants to sell. Esp with the economy. Almost everything is for sale . I recently bought a redline frame that there were only 12 made of. I just went down a list of the 6 on a site, emailed each to see if one was for sale. A guy emailed and said he sold one last year, but the guy that bought it had asked him if he wanted to buy back as he never completed it. I bought it from him. Worth a shot ......
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12 May 2012 - 08:35 PM Post #18
I know I'm late but That XR is crazy. Love it. What's the story on this frame?
To sum up.
Jeff's old XR75 frame is an example of what Redline was doing before it started making BMX frames. Just like Webco DG and A&A. All were making speed parts and/or frames for the motorcycle aftermarket before getting into BMX. Some went away some got out of BMX and some got out of the motorcycle aftermarket.
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