I was going to keep my old DP Freestyler (frame number 932) and restore it to how it looked back in 1985 but i've finally realised i can't justify spending a wad of cash and time on a bike that i won't ever ride so it's up for sale, if i did restore it it would end up hanging on my wall, it'd be a damn shame for such an iconic BMX to end up as an ornament to my youth.
£180 posted for the complete bike which i consider to be a fair price considering there's some right dogs that go for £250+ on ebay and suchlike, i'd rather it went to someone from retrobike who'll treat it right and restore it back to glory.
Frame is true and straight with no dents or deep scratches, apologies for my dodgy fluorescent paint job though - original colour was ice white.
Acorn freestyle wheels, perished tyres with no-name crankset or at least i cannot find a name on it.
SR stem and bars with odi mushroom grips which are still in good condition surprisingly.
Apologies to the few folk who pm'ed me with an offer which i turned down at the start of june when i originally posted up details of the bike asking if it's worth doing owt wi the frame, i decided i was going to restore it after finally laying eyes on it after it had spent the past 20+yrs up in my fathers garage loft but i've got enough restoration projects on the go at the moment, mainly my 1984 mk2 golf gti which is currently running at multiples of £1000's and draining all my cash at a horrendous rate so i figure the sale of my bmx will go towards the car fund.
The frame, wheels n' parts will be stripped and securely boxed up for postage.
A long time user of singletrackworld and 100% good feedback from ebay.