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 Post subject: '92-94 San An For Sale
PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 11:34 am 
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Just out of storage - 1992 to 1994 Mountain Cycles San Andreas frame kit - serial 11209. Super early (to the UK at least) model with an unblemished monocoque and a functioning Risse shock. It has fading rare original decals now as you can see, but there is enough intact to be able to get a good trace off to recreate fresh cut ones if you so wish.

NB. Comes without the brakes; brake levers and saddle shown.

Everything else though is included: vgc Pulstar wheelset/Tioga Revolver cranks/Syncros post/Judy DH long travel forks/thumbshifters/tyres/titanium stem/bars/cables/XT headset.

Will need a fresh rear mech as this one seems tired from storage.

Asking £1,100 + UK delivery.

Will leave it for sale on RB for a week then move to FB.

No dibs thanks.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 12:32 pm 
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Ooh lovely. Have you had the San An from new? Doubly rare to be so early and so unmarked.


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Loving the San Andreas.. I've been after one for a while but in medium :( . Good luck with the sale but I'm sure it won't stick around for long


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:26 pm 
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Supratada wrote:
Ooh lovely. Have you had the San An from new? Doubly rare to be so early and so unmarked.



I sold that to Neil in about, oooo, er, 2008...?

Second one in the UK after Paul Smith's according to folklore. :)


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In fact I still have the original elastomer shock for it on my desk as a paper weight...

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 8:28 pm 
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BB - do we know who the original owner was? Must have come to the UK with the Paul Smith one surely?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:13 pm 
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It's a 1994 san andreas, So was sold late 93/early 94.

It's the 1994 decals, pivot clamp and 2 part front mech mount, same as mine (serial 11158).



Both are beautiful bikes, if that spesh were a few sizes smaller I'd be talking to my bank manager.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:04 pm 
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mrkawasaki wrote:
BB - do we know who the original owner was? Must have come to the UK with the Paul Smith one surely?


Paul Smith bought his very very early on, in the US when he was out there - didn't come in to the UK in terms of him purchasing it here.

Wish I could remember more what he told me about it, but I was listening instead to his stories about Funk, and Dan Hanebrink and his Lunar Rover springs...


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:31 pm 
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My_Teenage_Self wrote:
It's a 1994 san andreas, So was sold late 93/early 94.

It's the 1994 decals, pivot clamp and 2 part front mech mount, same as mine (serial 11158).



Both are beautiful bikes, if that spesh were a few sizes smaller I'd be talking to my bank manager.



Pivot clamp and 2 part front mech mount are as per the PS frame - decals are later most likely, but the other details are the same...

Maybe your's is a '91 not a '94?

But I bow to your superior MC knowledge!


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Frame numbers: '91 / December / 9th frame & '91 / November / 58th frame...?


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