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'80s JMC Racing Frame

Old 10-28-07, 07:36 PM
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'80s JMC Racing Frame

I got a couple of bikes from my parents' house yesterday - a heavy-ass Hoffman and a vintage JMC Racing frame. I know some older cats post here, so I was wondering if one of you had something to say about it. I would like to see it built up with period-specific parts but I don't have the money, so I think I'm going to sell the frame. How can I find out more about this thing?

I can't believe my father built it up with a Gyro, haha.

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Old 10-28-07, 08:31 PM
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I think it's the picture but that looks small, like 18 inches.
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try to cook it.
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Originally Posted by fuzzbox View Post
I think it's the picture but that looks small, like 18 inches.
17, actually.
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Old 10-29-07, 08:05 AM
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Bikes were small back then. JMC was one of the best bikes from that time. If you end up selling it, you should have no problem finding buyers. Especially if you post it at vintagebmx.com or just put it up on eBay.
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