Araya 27x1 1/4 W/0 HP Wheel in front,
Weinman 6x630 27x1 1/4 in back
Shimano Altus Centeron Levers
Busted Vetta Seat
Sugino SUpermaxy Crank
Schwinn Release Brake Handle
Cant tell the brakes, say "Compe" on the pads
AISI Tubing 1020
Mallard Quick release
Shimano SIS rear derailleur
No front derailleur
Needs wiring to back brakes & Derailleur
SAKAE Randaner Handlebars
Pretty damn rusted...
These bikes are listed $200+ in my Local CL. Should i flip it?
'04 Giant OCR2, '87 Schwinn World Sport F/G conversion, '85 Schwinn Super Le Tour, '92 Trek 820
Later (post '83?) Le Tours, Le Tour Luxes & Super Le Tours with quality butted tubing (4130, True Temper, Columbus) might fetch $200 or more depending on the market, model and condition. But 1020 tubed ones won't.
Here in depressed Detroit I paid $150 for an '85 Super Le Tour (Columbus Tenax tubing, Suntour Cyclone derailleurs, etc) in very good condition.
I'll leave the "what to do with it" question to the experienced flippers, however I doubt you'd get enough out of it for what you need to put into it. But if it's your size & you're up for a project it might be an OK ride.
Last edited by bcoppola; 05-23-09 at 07:26 PM.
'04 Giant OCR2|'87 Schwinn World Sport F/G conversion (6,129)|'92 Trek 820 MTB|'85 Schwinn Super LeTour
"People who spend most of their natural lives riding iron bicycles over the rocky roadsteads of this parish get their personalities mixed up with the personalities of their bicycle as a result of the interchanging of the atoms of each of them and you would be surprised at the number of people in these parts who are nearly half people and half bicycles." - Flann O'Brien, The Third Policeman