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1999 GT Speed Series XL

#1 2009-06-30 8:06pm

blindfaith420
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1999 GT Speed Series XL

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1999 GT Speed Series XL

Note: 0998 build, 99 model.

Nice bike... I know the cranks are a little dated but I wanted to use something aluminum and these were the best that I had...


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#2 2009-06-30 8:15pm

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

Cool!  I love Boxes with Stilletos.


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#3 2009-07-01 10:47am

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

Very nice and clean build! Did you polish the frame at all or is it naturally blinging?! big_smile

You've got me wondering about my daughter's GT...I thought it was a 99 at first (due to the decals and components), but due to the serial # I listed it as a 98. Hmmmm....


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#4 2009-07-01 10:57am

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

Nice looking bike right there. I love these gt's, im building a 98 right now.


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#5 2009-07-01 1:24pm

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

quinonesm wrote:

Very nice and clean build! Did you polish the frame at all or is it naturally blinging?! big_smile

You've got me wondering about my daughter's GT...I thought it was a 99 at first (due to the decals and components), but due to the serial # I listed it as a 98. Hmmmm....

I broke it down and polished it with Mothers... The stickers are so thick and tacky that I simply removed them and put the same one's back on...


Always buying 80's & 90's Mountain bikes and parts
- Mountain Goat, Fat City, Grove Innovations, Eastern Woods, Ritchey.
- WANTED 56cm(ish) Chris Chance "SLIM CHANCE" or "CHRIS CROSS"
- Boutique vintage MTB parts: WTB, Ringle, Syncros, Phil, Kooka, Caramba, Bullseye, Salsa, etc... $ ready to spend

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#6 2010-01-13 8:24pm

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

beautiful... it looks factory fresh!

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#7 2011-09-23 9:32am

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

Sick rig bud! Im on the prowl for one as we speak!


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#8 2011-12-28 2:43am

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Re: 1999 GT Speed Series XL

I hope mine looks that good when it's done.  Just wish someone made repop decal sets for these babies.  Terrific looking GT sir. smile


Found: Black Z Rims, complete with hubs or rims only.  Thanks much hollywood23.

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