The no serial Redlines may have been made after the contract had been terminated. Best I can do with my limited knowledge of scanning and enlarging pictures Not sure if this helps but. The serial number below can be read in the same way. Then with the production of the Proline that started in March. The third pic is a little extra bonus.
Im sure the Chrome one is a 1993. The ad shows the 92 still had the little tab behind the seat. That chainstay looks bent as well. Here is another observation to consider. That's the only image I could find though. The 4th letter corresponds to the year of manufacture and follows on from the mid-school serial numbers.
Tektro mechanical disc brakes and a nice, wide 704mm riser handlebar round out the package for great control and a comfortable riding position. It is assumed that the G0652 is the production number. This picture and your frame look almost the same. Available in all Hazard Yellow not partial Chrome like the 600 C or Chrome. The 3rd letter corresponds to the year of manufacture.
Where gussets are placed on a frame move from year to year, dropouts change, stickers or logos change, etc. As in the earlier years no decal Identifying the bikes as 600 or 700 etc is on the bike yet. I especially want to see pics of frames and their serial numbers that are in the following ranges. So some time in the first half of 1975 would be a safe guess as to when that frame was made. Or did he write it down wrong was the Q actually a 0? Hi Hoagie, Well there goes that idea and I did look through your catalogues and didn't notice that. Speculation is that if it has the stamp it is made overseas. The Serial has a build date of 2008, it was confirmed in the catalogue it was a 2009 model.
Not raggin on ya bro - just answering your question. Gork Informed me Redline has no Records of those early Invoices or Serial Numbers. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Only difference from the 700 is the 1 piece cranks. Thanks man, I'm pretty sure this is the model. I wish I would have seen it for sale, it would have had a permanent home. Durable double wall 29-inch wheels let your roll over obstacles, whether you are on the road or cruising on trails. First year the complete bikes had the model 600a etc on the frameset.
The just the year stamp remained - dropping the decade. Photos every time from now on. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. I have a complete Redline bike that I wish to know the model and year. You have helped me a lot, thanks to all This is why it is strange to me.
From what I know there was only one of them ever made and it was made for Bob Phillips owner of Dirt Master. A bike with a 2003 build date will be listed in the 2004 Haro Catalogue and would have the 2004 decal set and parts. The number of digits at the start of the serial number increased, possibly as the number of frame models increased frames, but the year and month reference remained. One posters reasoning was it was for those who wanted a dual purpose bike for racing and freestyle though it would not have been suitable for real racing. I was thinking forever trying to think of frames that start with t o o l o but none came to mind. We do not cover parts purchased and labor performed by another bike shop.
Pics would be great, as well as any printed info you may have that helps set a time line on years and model changes. I compiled these from researching Redline and Linn Kastan over a 6 year period, also from comparing pictures, frame styles, serial numbers I found online and from numerous interviews I've read that Linn Kastan had done. The next letter relates to the month E is May based on the convention January A , February B , March C , April D , May E , June F , July G , August H , September I , October J , November K , December L. I wrote the Redline guide but purposely left out the Freestyle bikes cause then it would have been a humongous thread. The Monocog is a steel singlespeed 29er for the ultimate in simplicity. These use a Red to Yellow fade.
Nothing to back it back it up though so who knows. Mongoose serial number information has never really been properly documented, possibly lost as the company changed hands and moved production. As with the other 3 cracks, this holds up too. No reason to assume the 93 doesnt. I owned that frame at one time.
Interesting that the 94 has the newer logo on the head tube but the older one on the gusset, I suppose they had a surplus of the older frames. This Redline frame certainly has both of those. Not the answer you're looking for? For all warranty claims, please contact our Warranty Team at. More Google returns Another dope complete bike from Mirraco. The bike also has a number of genuine, awesome Redline parts on it. After a number of years of consideration, I finally made a deal to pull this great Redline out of the Tanker Kranker collection. These are pictures of my frame.