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    Can anyone tell the year of this homegrown?

    Based on the paint design, can anyone tell the year?
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    96 or 97

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    did the hg's have darts? i thought that was a moab thing and the hg's had the checkered flags?
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    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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    96-97 you could get the "Phantom" paint job, as seen above. Only 98 and 99 Homegrowns have flag decals.

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    cool..... learn something new every day!
    Quote Originally Posted by HamfisT
    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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    Phantom Homegrown frame

    Since I posted that pick, I bought this off craigslist. This frame has no decals/stickers, no clearcoat finish and was never built. Apparently is was part of an inventory liquidation by Yeti/Schwinn, at least that's what I was told by the seller. That Homegrown bike just sold on ebay for $247.
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    cool, looking forward to seeing it built!
    Quote Originally Posted by HamfisT
    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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