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Old 06-25-19, 05:17 PM
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This bike does not exist on the interwebs!

So, I'm new here. I bought my first BMX yesterday (had BMX envy as a kid, parents wouldn't let me have one), and first bike in a decade (or more). It appears to be a Huffy Thunder Trail 34 Survivor, but has a blue and silver striped vinyl saddle and sissy bar. Been modified?I bought it off Facebook Marketplace, older gent said it had been in his garage for 35 years. Son doesn't want it so now it's mine. I have the serial number but it pulls nothing. Any help is appreciated. And I can't post a picture until I have ten posts...If anyone has an idea, respond and I'll send pic in message.
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Old 06-26-19, 05:37 AM
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I can't help with the identification but I can post the picture for you. Do you know there is a separate BMX forum on this site? You may want to try posting there. Picture assist...
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Old 06-26-19, 08:14 AM
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The bike looks to be a 78 or so this one would be the bottom end of the Thunder series bikes not many of these survived most were wrecked during the early 80's when kids started jumping and doing tricks with there BMX bikes. For more info you can check out the https://bmxmuseum.com they a lot more on BMX bikes than is here on the Bike Forums.
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Modified? Sure. Almost all of my bikes don't have all original parts on them. Some don't have a single original part. Seat doesn't even have a seat post.
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