Seeking 1974 Riviera Blue Chain Guard

Discussion in 'Wanted/Looking For' started by spencer2986, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. fatcaaat

    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    What color is this one?
     
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    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    It’s hard to tell but that appears more like a sapphire blue than the Blue Riviera. Do you know what year bike it came from or any info on it. Thank you!
     
  4. fatcaaat

    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    No sorry. Its in my box of stuff i prob wont use.
     
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    Maybe someone can chime in. Happen to have another picture with a different angle to help distinguish the color. Appreciate the help.
     
  6. OLD CT

    OLD CT Well-Known Member

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    There is a old used blue one on ebay for 54 plus 13 to ship. The seller does not state the year. 54 dollars for it is a rip off. Did you see it? Compare them! It looks the same as F.C.'s. Also look at the original 71 blue frame and chain guard. Compare them! I don't think the 2 I'm talking about is what you want but start doing the research..
     
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    The lighting makes a big difference in some cases. Thanks for your input.
     
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    Looking at the differences on the computer and looking at faded parts, really doesn't help. Only you know the condition of what you are looking for. Meaning we don't know how faded your bike is. If it isn't faded, why not get one painted by a pro. I would.
     
  9. spencer2986

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    Still looking for rider quality. Want OEM paint, patina is welcome. Just a final piece to the puzzle.
     

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