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    Vintage Bike Identification

    Great site!

    I've been browsing the pics here, but haven't come across a match for my new mini bike yet. I'm curious as to the make and approximate year. Of course I realize the engine is not original, nor are the handle bars.

    I don't have a pic of it yet, but I do have a video:

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    Looks like a blast to ride, have you looked under sears? I'm no expert but it does look like one, got jumped on for sayin it was worth $2,000.00, I know that you could spend that much a Cedar Point, Disney World, where ever, you will never get as much fun out of an amusement park, as you will get out of any mini or go-cart, Keep it!!
    dave

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    GACK, is the a 1974 GTO in the back?

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    Silly man... it's a '73! LOL (one of maybe 15 surviving Canadian goats built in '73). Owned it over 25 years. Powered by a '65 Tripowered 389 from a '65 GTO.

    We have LOT'S of history together ;)
    GTO: Get Tickets Oftener

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    I typed "Sears" in the search window and the pics I found do resemble my bike. Certain features such as the arced plates welded on to the top-front of the frame are a pretty good match. Apparently, I have my shocks on upside-down, LOL!!

    Paid $125 for it (5hp Briggs)

    Thanks Dave
    Last edited by bookm; 07-22-2008 at 01:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookm View Post
    Silly man... it's a '73! LOL (one of maybe 15 surviving Canadian goats built in '73). Owned it over 25 years. Powered by a '65 Tripowered 389 from a '65 GTO.

    We have LOT'S of history together ;)
    GTO: Get Tickets Oftener

    I asumed it was the 74 (nova looking one) instead of the Olds/buick looking one. What do I know, all mine where from the 60's.

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    Without putting any effort into looking, I'd say it's a Keystone.

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    Hey GTO, come buy my '64 GTO basket case....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTO View Post
    GACK, is the a 1974 GTO in the back?
    I like that style better than the old ones for sure.

    When I Was a kid I Tried my Hardest to get a Buick Apollo a guy down the street had that had a Badass 350 in it.

    I saw the damn thing turn 12's when I Was younger. He ended up selling it to a older kid up the street that wrapped it around a Pole..

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    Quote Originally Posted by deezildennis View Post
    I like that style better than the old ones for sure.

    When I Was a kid I Tried my Hardest to get a Buick Apollo a guy down the street had that had a Badass 350 in it.

    I saw the damn thing turn 12's when I Was younger. He ended up selling it to a older kid up the street that wrapped it around a Pole..
    The GTO died in 69.

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