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1991 GT Interceptor

#1 2012-04-18 1:08am

Gylles Smyth
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1991 GT Interceptor

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1991 GT Interceptor

Retro-look GT Interceptor

Decided to build this for fun since my son wanted a chrome bike like my '82 Patterson for after he outgrows his current junior-size GT Power Series in a a few years.  Crazy color scheme and double-seat-post-clamp configuration (he couldn't decide which color to use, so why not both?) courtesy the imagination of a six-year-old.   ;-)

Update - 2017-03-05
Now that he's eleven and loves the Trans-Am from "Smokey and the Bandit," he decided to redo the bike in a black and gold color scheme. Fortunately I had a pretty good inventory of spare parts for the makeover, which turned out pretty well in both of our opinions.
Cheers!




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#2 2012-04-18 10:32am

DUTCHKING7
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Re: 1991 GT Interceptor

Looks like you have a nice frame to go off of, Love those 90s GT's!!

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#3 2012-04-18 1:48pm

Gylles Smyth
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Re: 1991 GT Interceptor

Thanks; I think so, too.  I've seen a few builds in the museum where guys have taken a retro sort of approach, building their '90s GTs with '80s looks and thought this seemed like a good candidate for something like that.  Should be fun, and I'll update the pictures as I progress.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheers,
CGS


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