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Well, what to say. Hopefully, you're offerding on one sweet and rare 1988 Haro Master. I actually rode this in the 80's and have had it through the years (yes, I'm old...sorta). I have spend MANY hours restoring this bike to as close to original as possible - It's just hard to find parts. Many days of diggin around in old bike shops which was pretty fun but nonetheless - work. I've hand polished several parts and had the frame professionally painted using DuPont Chromabase Base/Clear paint with primer underneath (all urethane). (I'll include the color matched match code with the purchase).
You won't find a nicer Haro out there on - I've been looking to get the real value but as most of you know - the value is of no value when you just want it and this is one of those bikes.
This Haro Master has the original Peregrine 48's, Frame, Forks and Dia-Compe 990 rear brakes. The other items I've had on it or picked up over time to use original or atleast era specific parts. The seat is a REAL Viscount Dominator. The post is from a CW I believe and the seat post is a tioga quick release. The neck is a Haro, Bars are Kneesavers, Real Gyro with all new cables. Also has Black AME grips, Dia-Compe Tech? Locking levers, an ACS BOA front brake (and the brakes are dialed in). Haro chainwheel with upgraded Mongoose 3 piece crank and Diamondback pedals. The chain and freewheel are original too I believe. I don't recall ever having changed the chain... Tires are Haro and newer (almost had some odyssey barefeet...almost) The whole thing has been a labor of love and I'm kinda sad to see it go but my boys have zero interest in the old stuff...who knew?
I've also got some links below so you can see the wheels spin. They could use a good 'truing' but they are great. Finally, I've repacked the bearings and replaced any old ones. It's READY TO RIDE!
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Good luck and offer with confidence - you WILL NOT be disappointed.
NOTE: I will need to partially disassemble the bike for shipment when I box it up.