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It's a fresh find, but thought I'd put it here before I did anything with it.
It's not like any other dyno I've seen and wonder what it's history is. Pretty odd to pick this up in Granite Falls, WA
Details like the seat without pleats.
Painted on details and head badge... And the front fender has recesses for a springer.
It needs some work but rides great as she sits. Tires are checked but not rotted.
It's unmistakably a Dyno... But not like my other ones or ones I've seen.
What do you mean, it doesn't fit in this post? It's a Dyno and there is no such thing as Dyno racism!
Apart from that, I truly dig the colour.
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Are you going to use it for a build or part it out or something? I could use the shifter for my current build
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I was lucky to see these two newest additions to Jon's Dyno colection in person yesterday shortly after he got them. And all I can say is WOW! Love the Nexus 7's on both! Even before these Jon has to have one of the best Dyno collections I have ever seen, and possibly one of the best anywhere. If you don't believe me just look back on page one of this thread!
whats it called and its an early bike..is it a 4 or 7 SPD?
my names not pee wee, i just stole his bike!!!
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