Mountain Biking - yo eddy
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on e bay if anyone is interested. Size small I think. I am sure the price will be quite substantial by the time it is over.here (http://cgi.ebay.com/1992-YO-EDDY-KING-HEADSET-PHIL-WOOD-BB-CUSTOM_W0QQitemZ7200616462QQcategoryZ98083QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem) is the link if anyones has interest.
I want one, I want one, I want one...........................
I need a size medium/large. Could probably deal with a medium if I found one for the right price though.
11-28-05, 02:15 PM
Oh, but that is one purty peice of history.
Unfortunately I can't see it yet. I can't access ebay from my office. I'll be checking it out once I get home though.
11-28-05, 02:17 PM
yeah, the current high bidder is a pretty serious collector. He likes to hang out in the vintage forum over at mtbr.
..Better have pretty deep pockets if you want this one, I'm guessing.
11-29-05, 01:12 AM
that purple one is amazingly nice and did anyone see the 10" version with the RockShox Judy
dude likes purple. look at his other auctions...
11-29-05, 12:26 PM
Holy crap! Only reason I read this thread is 'cause I thought I recognized that name. Haven't seen one of those in, well, many moons...to say the least. Of course, I don't cruise eBay for bikes, either. Talk about your old-school, tho....
That bike is definately sweet. Only thing wrong with it (just to me, not actually a bad thing) is that it only has a 1" steerer tube. Fine if you want to make a retro bike or aren't real particular about forks. However for my needs I definately require a 1 1/8".
Still a beautiful frame though.
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