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1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

#1 2011-01-19 9:16pm

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1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

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1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

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100% original. Not repainted etc. Day Glo Pink, 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

This is a Day Glo Pink, 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour model. I bought it recently and do believe it's 100% original. It rides like new and looks pretty nice considering the age of the original paint, there are a couple of small scuffs that are rusty and some is flaking off mostly bottom of the seat post tube. The neck and brakes are near flawless and the rest is in pretty nice shape.

  GT Pro Freestyle Team frame GT Pro Freestyle Team fork GT Pro Performer Handlebars GT seat post GT seat post clamp GT Seat GT mallet stem Odyssey Gyro GT Fork Standers GT Performer Mag Wheels GT solid white tires Ame grips HSING TA Pedals HTI-A6 JM CRMO? 1pc crank GT chainring GT power disk Dia-Compe Nippon front brake Dia Compe 990 rear brake Dia Compe levers

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#2 2011-01-19 9:56pm

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Re: 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

awesome looking tour , very nice cool , instant fave

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#3 2011-01-20 8:52pm

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Re: 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Damm, This is actually in great SURVIVOR shape.. Keep as is!!! Did you get it from the original owner?

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#4 2011-01-20 11:35pm

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Re: 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

GTOne wrote:

Damm, This is actually in great SURVIVOR shape.. Keep as is!!! Did you get it from the original owner?

Not sure if he was the original owner but during the sale I had to look down at the bike trying not to show the big grin on my face and then i got dude to knock 20 bucks off cause the front wheel needed a tube lol. I do like it more and more every day, but i might sell the frame fork bars and post seeing as I need the neck for a performer I'm working on. It is nice as a complete though too so we'll see.


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#5 2011-01-21 5:57pm

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Nice ride


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#6 2011-01-22 8:03am

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Re: 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Why would you ever refinish this?  It is in amazing shape!

Don't use the stem off this, GT Mallet stems are so easy to find for $50-$60...  Sell the whole bike as a survivor, and you could buy any part you wanted for your performer.  To part out/refinishe this perfectly good all OG survivor would be sort of silly.  Just my opinion.

But seriously, the part you are looking for is very easy to find.

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#7 2011-01-22 10:13am

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Yeah, I most likely will just keep it but my wife wont be impressed. And it's not in amazing shape. The back of the seat post tube paint is flaking off and there are a couple paint chips on the other side. In those spots there's some rust so i thought maybe I'd get rid of the cancer before it got too bad. I was considering maybe just repainting the back half but then that would look goofy. I dunno.


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#8 2011-01-22 11:23am

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Re: 1987 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Johnnny wrote:

Yeah, I most likely will just keep it but my wife wont be impressed. And it's not in amazing shape. The back of the seat post tube paint is flaking off and there are a couple paint chips on the other side. In those spots there's some rust so i thought maybe I'd get rid of the cancer before it got too bad. I was considering maybe just repainting the back half but then that would look goofy. I dunno.

Yeah, but it's 25 years old..  for 25 years old, it IS in amazing shape!

You could easily sell this, and get whatever you wanted to restore, or whatever...  at least try to find someone that wants the original condition..  It would be a sad day if this was painted.

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#9 2011-01-22 12:17pm

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five wrote:

Johnnny wrote:

Yeah, I most likely will just keep it but my wife wont be impressed. And it's not in amazing shape. The back of the seat post tube paint is flaking off and there are a couple paint chips on the other side. In those spots there's some rust so i thought maybe I'd get rid of the cancer before it got too bad. I was considering maybe just repainting the back half but then that would look goofy. I dunno.

Yeah, but it's 25 years old..  for 25 years old, it IS in amazing shape!

You could easily sell this, and get whatever you wanted to restore, or whatever...  at least try to find someone that wants the original condition..  It would be a sad day if this was painted.

I'll take your advice on that then. Thanks.


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#10 2011-01-22 1:49pm

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#11 2011-01-23 11:54am

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super nice... yes, please keep it together and all original! a few chips add character. cool

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#12 2011-01-23 8:14pm

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i would not touch that bike.i would consider doin some research on this bike.you would find out you have a gem there.very nice bike.smile


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#13 2011-01-23 8:18pm

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very sweet, looks like candy...

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#14 2011-01-25 8:50pm

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Thanks everyone for the compliments. I am going to keep it 100% original as is. Cheers smile


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#15 2011-01-25 8:51pm

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If you need a Mallet that bad I'll gladly trade you mine for the bike big_smile

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#16 2011-01-27 1:15am

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If you need a Mallet that bad I'll gladly trade you mine for the bike big_smile

I'll think about it! LOL


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#17 2011-01-27 1:59am

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Leave it alone... Don't Kill its Integrity... If you are Dying to sell it one day LMK...


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#18 2011-01-27 1:23pm

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Keep OG man.... great looking PFT. Survivors only live once. Does that even make sense?


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#19 2011-01-27 2:57pm

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short_fuse wrote:

Keep OG man.... great looking PFT. Survivors only live once. Does that even make sense?

Yes It does... And I have Quite a few of them... I wont let them die an unnecessary death...

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#20 2011-01-27 3:02pm

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Rividude wrote:

short_fuse wrote:

Keep OG man.... great looking PFT. Survivors only live once. Does that even make sense?

Yes It does... And I have Quite a few of them... I wont let them die an unnecessary death...

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VERY SWEEEEET!


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#21 2011-01-27 3:46pm

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Rividude wrote:

short_fuse wrote:

Keep OG man.... great looking PFT. Survivors only live once. Does that even make sense?

Yes It does... And I have Quite a few of them... I wont let them die an unnecessary death...

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii50 … DC4593.jpg

They should make a show on Discovery called BMX Hoarders!! Sweet pile you have there.


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#22 2011-01-27 11:29pm

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short_fuse wrote:

Rividude wrote:

short_fuse wrote:

Keep OG man.... great looking PFT. Survivors only live once. Does that even make sense?

Yes It does... And I have Quite a few of them... I wont let them die an unnecessary death...

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii50 … DC4593.jpg

They should make a show on Discovery called BMX Hoarders!! Sweet pile you have there.

Bad Idea... They would want me to get rid of them then... LOL tongue


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#23 2011-01-27 11:33pm

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Rividude wrote:

short_fuse wrote:

Rividude wrote:

Yes It does... And I have Quite a few of them... I wont let them die an unnecessary death...

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii50 … DC4593.jpg

They should make a show on Discovery called BMX Hoarders!! Sweet pile you have there.

Bad Idea... They would want me to get rid of them then... LOL tongue

as long as there's a path to the bathroom and one to the fridge yer good.... you can eat with the bikes in the garage!

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#24 2011-01-28 1:15am

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Yep... But I cant Shoot Pool with the Other Bikes in the way...  tongue

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#25 2011-01-28 7:08pm

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Yep... But I cant Shoot Pool with the Other Bikes in the way...  tongue

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So... I gotta ask... Are you single? lol


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