how much are you selling one of the red Deuces for that are still in the box?i also like the dynos,still have my first,its a moto glide,have several,also have a roadster,has new dyno flames on it,its candy purple ike my moto glide,im converting the rear wheel to a 3 speed otherwise its fac orig,im gonna sell this summer gut i think its gonna have to be a local sale as they are prolly to long to shiphave 2 red dueces,one still in the box,a mooneyes with a prototype computor that shifts the 4 speed[i think they did offer the computor in eruope,i think i have 2 or3 more but i havent been in the garage since fall,but dynos are one of the koolest bikes out ther,imho
I hear ya. I say if you can keep it mint in box for as long as possible. I have a red one already that I think just needs minor touching up in the paint job and some rust removal in the front fork and handle bars is needed from years of sitting in a garage.sorry im keepin that,i bought the pair of them years ago and just wanted to have one stay in the box but thanks 4 askin
I believe it's an early 2000's version. The late 90's versions weren't built by GT I think and my Deuce has the GT logo on the neck. Not sure of the exact year though because I got mine on craigslist. I tried to ask GT what year it was using the serial number but they told me they updated their system and the serial number I provided was to old to trace.what year was your deuce made?
Interesting design. Wish GT still made decent cruisers. I'm a cruiser guy mainly (especially the old Dyno cruisers) and it sucks the local bike shops hardly have any cruisers these days. They occasionally have two or three cruiser designs at the Giant and Trek dealers in my town but everything else seems to be over priced road bikes, racing bikes and mountain bikes. They seem to be sacrificing style for simplicity on new cruisers. That's why I love Dyno cruisers. They were very stylish while being good enough quality for local bike shops.