Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead

Post by Brian Shaffe » Fri, 06 Sep 1996 04:00:00



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> 1995 Limited Edition Grateful Dead Hoo Koo E Koo by Gary Fisher.  Done in
> "Dead Bone Art" by Praire Prince.  Geometry and componentry same as
> standard bike.  ONLY 1600 made.  15.5" and 17.5" available.  Still in
> orginal box - never assembled.  Documentation included.  Spec. sheet
> available on request.  Best offer over $1995.00  Contact via E-Mail to


you think it's doubled in price in one year???????
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Grateful Dead

Post by Mr. Jan C. Mitchel » Sat, 07 Sep 1996 04:00:00

1995 Limited Edition Grateful Dead Hoo Koo E Koo by Gary Fisher.  Done in
"Dead Bone Art" by Praire Prince.  Geometry and componentry same as
standard bike.  ONLY 1600 made.  15.5" and 17.5" available.  Still in
orginal box - never assembled.  Documentation included.  Spec. sheet
available on request.  Best offer over $1995.00  Contact via E-Mail to


 
 
 

Grateful Dead

Post by John Ramahlo J » Sat, 07 Sep 1996 04:00:00


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> 1995 Limited Edition Grateful Dead Hoo Koo E Koo by Gary Fisher.  Done in
> "Dead Bone Art" by Praire Prince.  Geometry and componentry same as
> standard bike.  ONLY 1600 made.  15.5" and 17.5" available.  Still in
> orginal box - never assembled.  Documentation included.  Spec. sheet
> available on request.  Best offer over $1995.00  Contact via E-Mail to


   Is it me or was this bike about half that new?  One of the local shops
still has one on the shelf so I'll see wha tthey want.  That price does
seem quite high.

John

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