BO15 PINK PANTHER

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Dig the mags! Those grips are funky. What brand / model are they?
I'm trying to imagine pink and yellow, sounds a little like a Starburst candy pack! :grin: A couple of my favorite flavors.
 
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Dig the mags! Those grips are funky. What brand / model are they?
I'm trying to imagine pink and yellow, sounds a little like a Starburst candy pack! :grin: A couple of my favorite flavors.
Those are old school bmx grips. Not sure what brands had them stock. My childhood bike was a hand-me-down Sears Spyder that had been stripped down and turned bmx with these grips (in black). Fun little throwback for myself.
 
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Those are old school bmx grips. Not sure what brands had them stock. My childhood bike was a hand-me-down Sears Spyder that had been stripped down and turned bmx with these grips (in black). Fun little throwback for myself.
Those little nods to our roots are what makes a build even more fun.

The name of this build reminds me of a Jeep I used to drive when serving. It was painted desert camo, but the base color had a pink hue. We called it the Pink Panther. It was something akin to this, but had a hard top and doors to protect the radio equipment within better from the elements.
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Backing those little boogers into a C-130 was a delight.
 
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