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Old 07-08-09, 05:57 PM   #1
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I was at a garage sale and recently purchased this BMX frame and fork. It is all chrome and the sticker on the side says "the sting" they said it was from the 80's but I'm not sure, very very light in weight and the welding on it is very smooth. Can you tell me if it has any value? Did I get ripped off?! I paid $40 for it.
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A quick google search revealed that. It says its 3 3/4 lbs which is pretty damn light. IT also says it comes as a frameset, so buying only the frame and fork would make sense.
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