1986 GT Pro Performer

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by macncheese, Jun 10, 2019.

  1. macncheese

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    Mostly original. Bought from the original owner who broke the chainring and bent the seatpost within the first month of owning it so it has proneck disc and ring with sugino bolts and an odyssey seatpost that he installed back in the day. Baseball stamp 85 serial with 86 decals (original).

    Cant seem to find a comparable sale for this one but I'm not that BMX savvy.
     
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    Thanks for the link! They dont seem to have a valuation section over there.
     
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    Those are both Freestyle Tours, not Pro Performers. I think the frames are identical but is the value the same? The Tour is more rare, no?
     
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    Tour is worth more. I believe you need to be a member to post on BMX Museum. Im a paid member and if I get a chance Ill post for you.
     

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