Hox

VDC Changa

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G'day all.

For sale:     84 VDC Changa.      

Complete bike: $5,400
Frame, forks, bars, pads, headset:  $3,000 

Dibs rules..
Dibs in thread, then PM me for payment details & delivery/pickup options.
Paypal, or cash only.
Delivery is extra, & approx $60-$100 depending on your location.
Postage from Melbourne.


Very unique, & very rare bike, fitted out with NOS parts where possible.


Frame: 84 VDC Changa.  
Forks: VDC
Bars: VDC
Pads: Repop 
Headset: Tange Falcon.

Tuffs:   NOS, alloy hubs.
Cranks:   Bullseye 1st gen.  (Re chromed).
Spider:   Bullseye polished.
Chainring:   Sugino 43t   110  BCD
Caliper:   NOS MX 1000  dated 83
Brake pads:  OG Skyway finned, with OG black shoes.
Lever:  OG  Dia Compe Tech 3.
Stem & seat post:  OG  Ultramax.
Grips:   OG AM'E smooth.
Tyres:   NOS Tioga comp III blue / green label. 
Pedals:   NOS Hutch Beartraps.
Seat:   OG Kashimax MX
Seat clamp:   OG Hutch (stamped). 

If you would like more photos, or more info,  please let me know.

Thank you for looking.

Cheers,
Hox.

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Awesome bike Hox! love the front part of the frame. Good luck.

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Cheers for the comments guys. :)

I agree.. A stunning piece of engineering from Voris Dixon.

One of the best designers & fabricators of BMX.

IMO.

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After comp Dev......;D

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This bike gleams Hox! Beautiful build with stunning parts all round. Sure to make a future owner very happy

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Fantastic.

 

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Thanks for the comments Guys, & Gals.

It's a very regrettable sale as I love this bike, & spent a lot of time on the build.

I've just upgraded the work car, & the funds are needed.

As always, I'm interested in realistic offers.

 

Cheers,

Hox.

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Keep coming back to look at this. One of the nicest builds I've seen. :-*

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To anyone interested, $5k for a bike is a friggin lot !!!

But if you were to buy a  Changa or Master or Hutch frame set, and buy each piece individually as he and others have done, it's a small price to pay. I should know, i was a dumb arse who went that direction, instead of going the complete route, like this option here !!!

Good luck with the sale mate.

(i'm still fu*k!ng pissed i am buying each piece individually and not as a lot :( .. )

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OH it's so beautiful makes me want to get back into it. If I had the spare 5K I'd be all over it.

GWS it's a ripper build 

 

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Thanks portypaul. :) 

It took a lot of time selecting the parts, & piecing it all together.

as with any build, it's a case of trial & error with what works, & what the taste buds decide!

 

So right mack22.

Complete bikes are always better value in the long run, depending on the parts they come with, & if the build suits you.

I have built quite a few, & chasing the parts you want on your own build is one of the most enjoyable parts of this hobby!

That said,....the costs can spiral out of control, & by the time you add it all up, it can be better buying a complete, & ditching the parts you don't want in exchange for the ones you do.

 

Thanks PK68. :)

This is in the shadow of your stunning Nomura build.

nice build! :)

 

Citywok.

Thanks Bud!

How could you leave such an enjoyable hobby!?

Thanks mate, & hopefully you get that itch again.

Cheers,

Hox.

:)

 

 

 

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