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    Specialized catch, any guess on model or year?

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    Potentially a good catch. No listed year or model, owner claims the bike costed $1200 new. It's a 56cm frame. STI shifters make me think it could've actually cost upwards of $500.

    Any opinions or sites with information is appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddielicitra View Post
    Large image is linked below(full size, 6.3MB jpeg).
    http://eddielicitra.com/host/fullsize_specialized.jpg

    Potentially a good catch. No listed year or model, owner claims the bike costed $1200 new. It's a 56cm frame. STI shifters make me think it could've actually cost upwards of $500.

    Any opinions or sites with information is appreciated.
    I'd take a stab its' either a 91 or 92..
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    http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/B...ed&Model=Allez A1&Type=bike

    Looks like a 1998 Allez A1
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    Looks like an Allez frame with Campagnolo Veloce or Mirage components? 8 speed on the back? Probably mid-90's if the components are original, or could be a later addition.

    Or maybe '94 Allez with Campagnolo Stratos? See here: http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/B...llez&Type=bike

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    Absolutely an Allez. Great frame, but I wouldn't spend much more than $400, possibly even less given the size of the top tube ding.
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    Would've had it for $200 but apparently the seller sold it off to someone else.

    Thanks for all the help.

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