Dyno Moto7

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Picked up this Dyno Moto7 the other day. What does everyone know about this bike? Any info is appreciated.
 

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Well it certainly looks a handsome and fun bike to have, good clean lines - and I like the front front hub/brake are, a very tidy installation.
 
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Wow, man, that bike is equipped! NIce setup! My personal taste would be to put a bigger tire on the front: smoother ride and a fatter style, maybe some BMX type grips to match the bar
 
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Wow, man, that bike is equipped! NIce setup! My personal taste would be to put a bigger tire on the front: smoother ride and a fatter style, maybe some BMX type grips to match the bar
That’s what I was thinking. I was thinking large whitewalls and some new grips. In your opinion what is the value?
 
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Value is tough. I am in Canada, would expect to see that bike listed for 300-500$, but I don't really see many modern cruisers like that around here, so I don't have much to compare to. It's really well equipped with the 7 speed hub, disk brake, and springer, and Dyno was a quality brand, could be a collector out there just dying to pay more for it.
 
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I believe that Dyno bicycles may have a serial number stamp indicating a date.
Thinking late 1990's or early 2000's.
Not the "Moto Glide" model or those with the fiberglass tank.
Some parts may have been added/swapped; such as rack seat and Monark-style springer forks?
 
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I believe that Dyno bicycles may have a serial number stamp indicating a date.
Thinking late 1990's or early 2000's.
Not the "Moto Glide" model or those with the fiberglass tank.
Some parts may have been added/swapped; such as rack seat and Monark-style springer forks?
There is a stamp on the bottom. But just some random letters and numbers. Nothing that resembles a date
 
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Don't buy it for an investment or to flip. Too many non-original parts.
If I was looking for a Dyno, maybe 400-500, depending on condition. Like cars, bikes usually sell for less than the sum of the parts.
 

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