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  1. I want to buy this bike it's stripped down but I think it from the 80's I got a partial serial number please look at attachments below to help me out I did do some research and found that in 1989 BMX did a retro style redline with the serial number 700 EXL it's also the only bike that has those three letters in it's serial number but I can't find a single picture to confrim that this bike is from 1989 trying to find pictures of this bike and a list of original parts so I can restore it please help thank you
  2. This 1979 (PK2) PK Ripper was found in the attic of a house over in Butler, New Jersey USA. Been there since 1985. This one was a bit of a mess though. Badly Spray Bombed in black and could see that it wasn’t in its original get up, but could see the Red it should have been wearing. So out came the stripper and once the black started to come off, we were then struck with a bit of yellow (possibly primer) before getting back to bare metal. There was evidence of its original colour still in the BB and around some of the welds. I’m not a fan of refinished frames so attempted to hand polish it to as near burnished finish as I can get. Lovely frame, rear drops are a bit chewed but no repairs. Spent a few hours going over and over with Autosol and microfibre cloth just cleaning her up slowly. I decided to go in that direction as I prefer bare metal/chrome frames. Gold headset swapped out for Silver and the forks got a clean up. Then just popped the original SE decals on. Plenty of pictures for ya.
  3. How can I clean an Old Tuffwheel ? The thing is structurally sound but it is really dirty. If I can figure out how to clean it this thing will be mint! Any help here? Bart Watch it dude!
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