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  1. "Accepts all standard Sting Ray parts."
  2. Super interesting subject. I never knew there were 22" bikes in the 80s.
  3. I remember this shot in BMXA as if it was yesterday. A couple of months later I had my first Quad in candy red.
  4. As simple as they may seem, there's something uniquely intriguing about the design of seat post clamps. Keep 'em coming.
  5. Not trying to be a smart ass but there are plenty threads on here that cover this super interesting subject. Such as this one: https://bmxsociety.com/topic/60301-str-1-this-again/
  6. I would leave it just as is. It looks awesome with the Tuffs and its patina.
  7. Wicked color coordination, Brian. You don't see too many red Darell Young's with gold parts.
  8. I have never seen this high quality in any pre-80s video that I watched before. This is just too good.
  9. I was already wondering when you'd flip to spokes. Now it is perfect.
  10. Wow! Both bikes are nice. And, btw, does the photo upload work again?
  11. I just wish I could watch the video in slow motion. So much goodness going on.
  12. It actually does, but the Mongoose-like seat stays are different than on Centurions. So, no clue here as well. 1560e908fc9_blowup.jpgHave a look at the chainstays on this Centution,i found it on the museum,says its a 1979 Centurion Proline. Well, you never stop to learn, don't you? But I'm not sure whether we should take the museum as proof for anything vintage.
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