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fredvintage

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Just scored this cool set of NOS POWERFLEX 3



Dont know much about what era they are and what set up would be cool for them. I was thinking early Z flex (not Zephyr)
What do ya think ?


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77-78
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i thought the « 3 » were before that !!!
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Went through all the skateboarder mag pages from 1975 (thanks to a cool’member Who sent me the link ,-) and found the first ad for Powerflex 3 in a late 1976 issue.
Tony you were close ;-)

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Fred I put a mint NOS set on that G&S Freestyle which is '77.

They did Powerflex 1s as well, which I think came out even earlier. Don't see those very often.
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Don't think we saw them until mid 77 in the UK. They did 3,5,7,9 Powerflex wheels. Probably because a Road Rider were 2,4,6.
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dont forget the tiny powerflex 1
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Those are rad. 
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