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Old 10-09-08, 10:21 AM   #1
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Couldn't ID the year of this Trek 1000 - any ideas?





I checked out catalogs on the Vintage Trek site, but couldn't find this particular color scheme (some catalogs listed it over the years, and it appears some didn't).

Any ideas on what year it may be? I may take a look at it if the seller gets in touch with me soon.

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According to http://vintage-trek.com/model_numbers1.htm, the 1000 came in black for the '91 year only. You don't need to worry about later years as that one is DT shifter equipped, not STI
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I agree with Bob Barker. I rode an 88 for years. It had very similar look and graphics. That is a 91.
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I agree with Bob Barker. I rode an 88 for years. It had very similar look and graphics. That is a 91.
Thanks to both of you for the research help!

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