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Old 03-14-11, 07:39 PM   #226
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have. 63cm Gios Professional '84 (bought from original owner, patent date '84 on RD)

ST c-t 63cm
ST c-c 62.25cm
TT c-c 22.50cm

Columbus SL tubing, Campagnolo drop-outs front and rear (rear drilled)
internal brake cable rounting, under BB shifter cable routing
Panto'd fork crown, BB shell and seat lug
aero fork blades

straight and true, no dents or dings, minor spots of rust, nothing even remotely troublesome, all threads in excellent shape, paint has scrapes and nicks, but polishes up nicely. decals are all there, but have scrapes as well. includes Campagnolo seat binder bolt, although the fixed side is cracked, still functions just fine.













iso. a Gios Super Record or Professional in 58-61cm, or any other nice frame or something unique

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Old 03-14-11, 07:45 PM   #227
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have. 63cm Gios Professional '84 (bought from original owner, patent date '84 on RD)

ST c-t 63cm
ST c-c 62.25cm
TT c-c 22.50cm

straight and true, no dents or dings, all threads in excellent shape, paint has scrapes and nicks, but polishes up nicely. decals are all there, but have scrapes as well. Columbus SL tubing, Campagnolo drop-outs front and rear (rear drilled), includes Campagnolo seat binder bolt, although the fixed side is cracked, still functions however.


iso. a Gios Super Record or Professional in 58-61cm, or any other nice frame of equivalent value or something unique
what the.. you need to post pics of that
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Old 03-14-11, 07:56 PM   #228
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just did

BTW most of the tiny little specks on the paint are saw dust from my shed buildin' weekend
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I had such an excellent experience with Southpaw Boston on this thread that I am going to try this again. I'm having to make some tough decisions about what to keep and what to drop from the collection and the bike I've held on to for the the longest is now on the block. I purchased this Fuji 25th Anniversary Limited Edition "mountain bike" (looks a bit more like a hybrid to me, but who wants to argue with the marketing speak?) brand new in 1995. I've ridden it hard and taken care of it as I do all my rides. It was even stolen for about a year by some little turdwad, but amazingly I got it back with a few new scratches and a spot of paint or something along the top tube. (Never got my panniers or rack back, the little rat.) I use it for around town, to-the-store riding, as well as for long-days-in-the-saddle gravel road and trail rides on the KATY. I call it my "beater" bike, but it's really anything but a beater when it comes right down to it!


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22" frame
Frame/fork for frame/fork BUT will consider including other components in trade - the cantis, hubs, skewers, brake handles, bar ends, etc. are all a special matched color set (chromized violet, which is pretty hip in a funky 90's sort of way). I will also include the headset and bottom bracket in the trade.
Cromoloy double butted frame tubes
4130 Cromoly fork
Frame in very good condition + the aforementioned chips and spatter.
Overall, it rides a little small for me - I prefer a 23" frame, or a 58 - 60 cm.

So, for a trade I'm looking for something to build up in the style of a British path racer. I'd like to get a 50's or 60's era Raleigh, or similar, in (of course) about a 58 or 60 cm frame size. I've been in communication with a couple of C&V forum members through the ISO thread also, just in the interests of full disclosure.

If interested in a trade, please send a PM. I can make lots and lots of detailed photographs. Thanks!
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I bet mine is the most cluttered. Should we have a contest?
LMAO. Bring it.
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OK, I started a new thread, called messy workspace/storage space contest.
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Old 03-16-11, 10:29 AM   #232
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I have two right now I could be convinced to part with, because neither one fits. Both are 55cm, measured center to center.

Eddy Merckx MX Leader:



I am only willing to part with this at this point for another MX Leader frame in 62cm (more or less). Quite willing to be patient on this one; I turned down a Colnago for it the other day. Sorry to be picky, but...

Celeste Bianchi Campione D'Italia:



Less picky on this one. Something interesting, I guess. In a more proper size.

I don't like shipping much, but will on the right trade. I'm doing the T-town swap, so can deliver and vet trades there, as well as locally (Richmond, Virginia).

I've been told I cannot enter the messy workshop contest, as it is for amateur mess makers only
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Old 03-16-11, 06:57 PM   #233
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I have a 1985 Trek 520 that is 60 cm. A bit too small for me so I'd be willing to trade my frame for a 62 cm frame.

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Looks like it fits you great.
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WTT: 56cm Merckx Corsa for 54cm of equal value

Just got a fresh paint job to restore the Merckx. The more I ride it, the more I wish it was smaller. It's a beautiful bike and I am more than willing to keep it, just want to see what is out there. Interested in 3rensho,colnago, and de rosa


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Old 03-19-11, 05:47 PM   #236
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Generation 4 look carbon fiber frame only 54 cm
The KG56 is a fiberglass/carbon mix
56cm ctc Top tube- 56.0 headtube 74 degrees seat tube 73.3 degrees
+++NO FORK+++
54cm C-C SEAT TUBE
56cm C-C TOP TUBE


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http://i1130.photobucket.com/albums/...a/IMG_1496.jpg

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in addition to my Gios Professional in post #227, i also have this:


Frame set was also for sale and has sold...


1992 Scapin, 50cm, lugged Columbus tubing, NEAR PERFECT!!


seat tube c-c 50cm (stamped "50" on bottom bracket shell)
seat tube c-t 51cm

top tube c-c 52cm

rear spacing 127mm

Italian thread

Columbus CROMOR tubing

Panto'd fork crown and seat stay caps, Scapin drop outs

basically it is near perfect condition, paint is super smooth and glossy, like a brand new car

only flaws are some tire rub on 1 chain stay, and a few tiny chips pictured less than 1/8" in width (1 on bottom of top tube from pump, 1 on edge of lug on head tube, 1 on side of seat tube from clamp on derailleur)

threads are perfect everywhere

no rust to speak of except tiny spots of surface rust on tire rub mark

CROMOR decal is 100% perfect

I know this is the original paint/decal as i bought the bike from the original owner


enough talk, the pics do most of the talking

full set of pics here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/3519041...7626308530126/












interested in something in the 57-60cm range, i like italians, japanese, french, english...

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Old 03-21-11, 08:30 PM   #238
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Beauty!
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Miele Latina in 60cm by 58.5cm ctc some chrome wear and touch up's but in real nice shape with a unique dark orange with red splatter paint job and Columbus SP. I would trade for something in a 55cm/55cm preferably gaudy and Italian






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You guys with the Merckx Corsa's need to cool it. I'm already saddened that I had to pass on two after I had already traded my Colnago away. I'm losing my resolve.
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Loving that Miele and in my size. Wouldn't be interested in a 1993 54cm 90's prestige CroMo brushed nickle finish frame would you (Nashbar sold it)?

I'll have to look around and see what I can find.
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This thread is making me feel like my inventory is woefully inadequate. I don't have stuff to trade for this stuff. But maybe it's for the better.

I'm glad the thread has had so much success, though.
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Finally admitting 51cm is about 3cm too small for me . Adding my Ciocc Designer frame to the list. Looking for something similarly roady or randonneur-y in about a 54cm (+/- 1 cm).


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Finally admitting 51cm is about 3cm too small for me . Adding my Ciocc Designer frame to the list. Looking for something similarly roady or randonneur-y in about a 54cm (+/- 1 cm).

Interested in a Specialized Allez Se 56CM
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a coupe more of the Miele

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Interested in a Specialized Allez Se 56CM
What's the standover? 56 is bigger than I've tried to ride before, so I'm not sure how the fit will be.
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It is 32 3/4" and about 2 3/4" too tall for me lol.
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Okay, I'll play, but I may be more picky than the spirit of this thread warrants.

Have: 61.5 ST x 59 TT ctc, custom built frameset, probably Columbus tubing (helical ridges in steerer), fully chromed under paint I believe, Campagnolo dropouts and fork ends. Very nice attention to detail. Lots of patina, chrome on chainstay is corroded, and there's a dent under the downtube (which I missed when I bought it). 6.22 lbs with headset (Nylon cup Stronglight which, unfortunately, should probably be replaced).

Wanted: Something equal in quality and mystery. Something different and interesting, but preferably a road bike frameset with room for fat tires. Or maybe some other oddball frameset. Surprise me! 59 ST x 58 TT ctc



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For trade is the monsterous 63.5 cm Schwinn Voyager...(at least I believe it's a Voyager) Slack geometry and some sticker glue from the top tube are all I have to go on. Around a '84?? Double butted main tubes and 4130 stays. You'll have to paint it. Looking for something a lot smaller...54cm. and not High ten. Thanks.



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