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  1. Scarey stuff Steve - stay safe out there ! I'm gonna cheat and pick 2 like you did lol. If I had to pick 2 to save it would be all sentimental based for me - 81 minigoose (first BMX I had as a kid) and 1982 UK spec Supergoose (bike I always wanted as a kid). Hope life returns to normal for you guys soon !
  2. Thanks for the comments guys, I'm glad she's finally finished after having the frame for so many years. She's a welcome addition to my goose / BMX products family
  3. Cleaned up nice. Love the original bike shop sticker - always love it when a frame has one
  4. OK so here is my recently finished 1979 BMX Products manufactured Team Jag. Had the frame for about 10 years and finally got it built now ! Frame is original Nickel and so I went with a mix of nice condition survivor / NOS / NOS shop worn parts etc. Full parts run down: 1979 Team Jag frame & forks in original survivor Nickel (new decals) NOS shop worn Race Inc bars NOS Winner's Circle/ODI "Octopus" grips Restored Shimano Tourney brake set-up Araya 7C gold rims, original shine sides NOS Cheng shin fat/thin C183 tyres Mongoose gold stem Mongoose stamped headset Shimano Tourney cranks NOS MKS BM-2 pedals Leather Kashimax MX saddle NOS Race Inc seatpost mongoose stamped seat clamp NOS Jag pad set And here she is....... I think I like her better without the pads I think but....... The OG pads do look cool as well....... :-)
  5. Thanks for the comments guys, much appreciated. And yes, it's a non-quilted schwinn messinger seat
  6. One of the earlier goose frames still alive.......... No. 332 off the production line...... Parts run down: Restored 1975 mongoose short frame - serial 10332 NOS Ashtabula forks Survivor SIMI stamped motomag 1's NOS Cheng shin C183 tyres Survivor Ashtabula crank Survivor Schwinn BB Survivor Schwinn Chainwheel NOS Union pedals Survivor Schwinn Messinger seat NOS Rampar seat clamp NOS unstamped MX headset Survivor Ashtabula stem / gooseneck Survivor box bars NOS Hunt Wilde grips NOS black pad set And here she is..........
  7. Thanks for the kind words guys much apprecited.
  8. Been a while but back building again - blew the dust off some long awaited projects and put this one together to kick things back off. I'd always been in love with the 2 Team completes in the 1979/80 mongoose catalogue and did my blue candy full size team back in 2011, so I just had to do the mini in red...... 1979 Team Minigoose frame and Team forks re-candied red Araya 7c re-anodised rims with NOS Shimano casette hubs NOS Shimano Dura Ace cranks NOS MKS BM-1 pedals (hard to find these puppies) NOS Oakley 2 grips Mongoose gold stem Mongoose headset Mongoose seat clamp Minigoose alloy bars re-anodised Survivor alloy seat-post Restored Shimano Tourney brake set with NOS Shimano clips, cables, ferrules and blocks. Restored mongoose kashimax suede Team seat NOS Hwa Fong snakebelly tyres (not the most desireable but they are OG old rubber with the right tread pattern and match the ones on my full size team - goose snakes are well.... yeah) So, then...... Couldn't resist taking a few snaps of her with her big sister......... Red and blue back together as they should be....... Hope you like 'em - I'm really pleased.
  9. Thanks for the pics.......Now I'm even more confused Your bars look to have about an 8" rise ? and just over 26" width....... The GHP advert below has 2 dimensions: Pro: 28" Width, 8" Rise Expert: 27" Width, 7" Rise
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