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Felt Hotwheels Sixty-8

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Limited edition (#138) Hotwheels '68 Cruiser. Disc brakes. Originally introduced in 2009.

Collectors bike.

Only one available. Like new though you can see that this bike does not have its fenders. Complete with moto style stand.

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Original Felt sales paragraph

"For big boys who love all things retro or just want to feel like a kid again, Hot Wheels has teamed up with Felt to introduce the "Sixty-8", a celebration of Hot Wheels 40th anniversary. With a renegade rat rod inspired look, the design team was determined to create a unique, aggressive cruiser reflective of the culture from which it was modeled. The traditional built-in kickstand and chainguard were the first things to go. The usual coaster brake hub was replaced by a custom 3-speed cassette version featuring CNC compact cassette cogs, and an oversized 14mm hollow axle."

  • Cruiselite Rust-Free Aluminum Monocoque Tank Frame
  • Twin Decorative Aluminum Frame Plates
  • Felt Custom Double Clamp Fork & Semi-Integrated Headset
  • Cable-Actuated Disc Brakes with 180mm /160mm Rotors
  • Custom Low-Profile Aluminum Rear Derailleur and Downtube Shifter
  • Felt Custom 3-Speed Compact Cassette Hub w/14mm Axle
  • Removable MX-Style Triangle Kickstand
  • Stamped Aluminum License Plate
  • Limited Edition Serial Number Badge
http://www.motostrano.com/Felt-Hotwheels-Sixty-8-p/hotwheels68.htm

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Awwww I haven't checked in here in a while and love it when I do. You guys are always a bowl of cheers and fun. :)

Yes, we are asking $2699 for this bike. We are the original dealer of this bike, having purchased it as one of the last of the batch from Felt many years ago. We then sold it to a local collector who rode it around the block once and then framed it on the wall. He now wants to go to a new home. We just might keep it, but, if there's a die hard out there who needs one, we can deal.
 

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