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Old 11-21-04, 10:54 AM
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Did Pacific make any good bikes?

I have purchased an old school pacific bmx bike it looks cool has purple rims, purple 3 piece cranks,and purple stem and seatpost the rest is chrome it has purple decals as well. It says pacific hammer compe and it says chromoly 4130 is that good?I got for 10 bucks and i wanna sell it on ebay.
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For ten bucks, yeah, that's a good deal. Put it up on eBay and you might be able to get the same amount for it.

However, it is far from a good bike.
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Old 07-01-21, 09:38 PM
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Any word on this bike**********?

I purchased this bike in the early 90ís. Rode it all over and I still have it in my 40ís. Same exact bike you described. Every day I try to find out what his bike is because I want to fix it up better than it is and give it to my son. I donít even know if itís worth anything so Iím wondering if you found out any information on this bike that you purchased for $10? Thank you

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I have purchased an old school pacific bmx bike it looks cool has purple rims, purple 3 piece cranks,and purple stem and seatpost the rest is chrome it has purple decals as well. It says pacific hammer compe and it says chromoly 4130 is that good?I got for 10 bucks and i wanna sell it on ebay.
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Old 07-02-21, 10:19 AM
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I purchased this bike in the early 90ís. Rode it all over and I still have it in my 40ís. Same exact bike you described. Every day I try to find out what his bike is because I want to fix it up better than it is and give it to my son. I donít even know if itís worth anything so Iím wondering if you found out any information on this bike that you purchased for $10? Thank you

Since the original poster was last on here 16 years ago, i doubt he still is around

It wont hurt anything to restore it for your son. IT will never fetch the money a Hutch Trickstar or a Supergoose will, but for a beater or neighborhood terrorizer, should still be fine to this day
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My recollection is that Pacific was the house brand for a big box store (WalMart, I think it was). It won't have much value for resale, but can probably be massaged into a usable machine for recreational purposes.
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Yeah I honestly have no clue where my parents bought it back in the day. But I can definitely say itís served itís purpose for what I need it for and itís a very super light bike that I used to do crazy tricks on. Iím currently on vacation but when I get back over the weekend Iíll see if I can throw up some pictures.
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My recollection is that Pacific was the house brand for a big box store (WalMart, I think it was). It won't have much value for resale, but can probably be massaged into a usable machine for recreational purposes.
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