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some pics a buddy sent me.

 

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nice! i've seen the bottom right but not the others! thanks for posting

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actually, they're different from sunshines.   

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not sure how i hadn't posted this yet.

 

This is my '81/82 (no serial #) Rebel Racing General Lee 20" pro

 

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actually, they're different from sunshines.

I thought so too. But, what are they?

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Can remember where I got this but it was on my phone...

 

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I looked through this thread and did not see this picture. It was posted by dubplatestyle on BMXmuseum. Dub, do you recall where this photo came from?

 

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I asked Donald and he thinks that this is an early Rebel photo due to the uniforms. I would like to know when exactly it is if possible so I know the best frame for this plate. (I would like to make a plate in the style of these.)

The Trans Am in the back (give away car??) is a 79 or 80. 81 looked the same but would not have had the 8" wide WS6 snowflake wheels on it so.......

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has anybody come across a Rebel with a "P1568" serial on the rear dropout?

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Here's why Noah asks. This frame owned by a guy in Texas that got it from Richard Lamb's cousin when they were in high school in 86 has serial P1568 clearly stamped on the dropout. This frame owned by Ian Holloway for sale over at M also has the exact same serial stamped on it. Museum has some voodoo shit where you cant click on their pics and save them so I can only post a link. This other pic is the frame from Tx.

 

http://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/221078

 

 

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I think TEXMEXBMX from the museum has a rebel with the same dropout/serial as well.

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cleaning out my garage today I found my original old Blazer and Rebel frame boxes. The first one is the box for my 20" General Lee pro. The others are for my white 24" General Lee stick tail. Cool thing is that it had the newspapers they used to pack it and has the manufacturer (CycleCraft) and ship to (Rebel Racing) address stamped on the outside. Probably will be the only one I keep.

 

Thought it'd be cool to post here.

 

(Box for my 20" pro)

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(For my 24")

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unidentified Rebel rider...

 

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I know a guy who is currently awaiting the delivery of  1 of only 3 or 4 known looptail Rebel 24" cruiser frames. :nah.I.mean:

Im not into refinishing but this one deserves to be put back to original color with NOS decals.

 

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Texas sent me a message offering it to me...i replied but he never hit me back.

 

Cool you got it.

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wow.  amazing lil mini. :rawks:  whats the serial number?

those pads:Booyah:

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Wow, I think that is my favourite Rebel mini I've seen. 

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