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  1. May 1975 Bicycle Journal (Continued) Graco MX1000: Hunt Wilde Motor X: GEM Sales & Imports - Littlejohn: And...a crop of the bike above. I can't seem to figure out what is going on with that bike.
  2. May 1975 Bicycle Journal (Continued) Nankang: Bendix: Shimano - Sun Cycle - Ashtabula: Dia Compe: Dealer to Dealer (Promoting BMX) Bendix Black High Flange Hub:
  3. May 1975 Bicycle Journal (Continued) Weinmann: Royal-Grant (What is that suspension bike?): Bicycle Motocross - A New Sport Pedals Across the Nation: Carlisle: Valentine - Double V Engineering Trans-American-West Skateboards:
  4. May 1975 Bicycle Journal (Continued) DIsneyland - Littlejohn, Troxel, Webco, BMX News: Disneyland - AMF, Cohan, Dan Gurney: Disneyland - Mesinger, Matthews, ACS: Disneyland - Chicken Power: Disneyland - Chain Bike Corp: Graco: American Bike Accessories: Mijon:
  5. May 1975 Bicycle Journal (Continued) Chicago Bicycle Show Goby, Matthews: Hunt Wilde; Shimano, Persons: Ashtabula: Nankang Tires: Disneyland NBDA Show: Disneyland - Shimano Service: Disneyland - Panda BMX, Prince BMX: Disneyland - JCI, Gobby, Hunt Wilde
  6. May 1975 Bicycle Journal: Cover: Rollfast (Mossberg) Little Bike Industries: Torrington Spokes: Weinmann (Delaware Mercantile): Bencomo Sales Co: Back inside cover, Hunt Wilde
  7. A couple of unlabeled unknown images I came across. No idea what they are. First image is titled unknown1989 parts if that is a clue.
  8. Doesn't look like a Gurney to me. It's chrome and not nickel and several other things just don't look like a Gurney. Looks more like a Sekei (sp) or something like that.
  9. The earliest I've documentation I've found is March '78. That fork cleaned up great!
  10. Hey Steve, pm or text me your email address. I posted this with you and Barry in mind, and of course to add to the Webco thread! Full size scans are about 5 MB each. Will probably take two or three messages to get them all to you.
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