Probably more than that but not by a whole lot, they came in 3 steps. Step two would have the bar from seat tube to downtube for foot placement, step three includes the platform on top tube (pro model).
U sure the rings werent added. Not many bikes had Bullmoose bars by 86'. Could be a holdover but also looks like Ishiwata tubing decal which was also seen more often earlier. FD is Deerhead, looks like rear was updated or maybe just at changeover to newer Deore.
Nice bike either way. Dig the...
The blue 87 is iconic and one of the coolest freestyle bikes of the 80's. Drillium style brake, seat clamp and of course the 4 holes on the ends. They are Taiwan and some Japan that year, but many bmx came from overseas.
If I could find these in complete or decent shape for $200 I'd buy them up.
BF is' cheap but you get what you pay for. They rarely answer phone, the web site has issues.
Last, problem solving communication is poor. I learned this the hard way when a package I shipped was damaged (Fedex) and you have to pull teeth to know what's going on.
I ve not seen anything like this. The only square that comes to mind is the Mountain Klein but its aluminum. They stays do not look finished very well and some of the welds as well. Interesting, but would not be surprised if a one off or low production from someone building their own.
Pretty bike, are the spokes tied and soldered with brass?
I would have a hard time not putting a Brooks on to match the hoods and tires, but that appears to be a nice race saddle.
Looks like tubs, if so good call in not going with the cheap Rally tires, the green Logo would have matched but...