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Old 02-04-12, 10:34 PM   #526
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I have been hanging onto this 60cm 1989 Trek 1500 but it's really just too big for me. My sweet spot is 56/57 so if anybody wants to trade this frame for something decent let me know.



More pictures here!

You can see in the pictures that it has a fair amount of knicks and chips but the frame is straight and good. I'm looking for something comparable from steel or aluminum. Heck, a touring frame would be a dream come through...
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Old 02-08-12, 05:14 PM   #527
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If you've ever wanted a Supercourse in a 59cm seat tube, I just put one up for trade. It's full of Nervex lugs! Bike is pretty beat, but could look pretty good if repainted. Looking for something in a 50-51 size range, preferably in ISO threading.
(entire bike is the same condition - sorry about lack of full size picture)
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Old 02-09-12, 01:08 PM   #528
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Alright..just throwing it out there...73' Raleigh International (Carlton made) Carpella lugs, 56.5cm, needs paint and decals,

Looking for a 60-62cm frame, paint or no paint, something comparable to my Raleigh

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Old 02-09-12, 02:20 PM   #529
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Alright..just throwing it out there...73' Raleigh International (Carlton made) Carpella lugs, 56.5cm, needs paint and decals,

Looking for a 60-62cm frame, paint or no paint, something comparable to my Raleigh

PM for more info and pics!

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Ouch! No, I have nothing that large.
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Old 02-10-12, 02:17 PM   #530
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Alright..just throwing it out there...73' Raleigh International (Carlton made) Carpella lugs, 56.5cm, needs paint and decals,

Looking for a 60-62cm frame, paint or no paint, something comparable to my Raleigh

PM for more info and pics!

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I have a 64CM Austro Daimler, Reynolds 531 frame and fork (fork is slightly "pushed back", deep brown with a hint of copper in the sun. It is nicked and scratched, but no rust. If interested, we can trade pics on PM
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Old 02-10-12, 02:44 PM   #531
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I have a 64CM Austro Daimler, Reynolds 531 frame and fork (fork is slightly "pushed back", deep brown with a hint of copper in the sun. It is nicked and scratched, but no rust. If interested, we can trade pics on PM
Thanks for the offer but i already have an AD bike
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Old 02-10-12, 03:35 PM   #532
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Cool. How do you rate the AD, I know mine is a lower level Inter-10, and really too big for me to comfortably ride. Probably doesn't quite rate up to the International either. It is definitely in the C & V group, it's the only one I've seen. Such a big beast though, may be hard to move it.
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Old 02-10-12, 07:06 PM   #533
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Cool. How do you rate the AD, I know mine is a lower level Inter-10, and really too big for me to comfortably ride. Probably doesn't quite rate up to the International either. It is definitely in the C & V group, it's the only one I've seen. Such a big beast though, may be hard to move it.
I really like my AD though, mine is about the same size but mine is an AD-SL (Superleicht possibly?) 531 tubing, it really has an old classic feel to it.
It will def. be hard to get rid of that frame, i tried to sell mine months ago and gave up because it is really a great bike but it is tall, also not many riders know about these bikes.
Nobody would buy the complete bike for $200 so i just decided to hang on to it longer, bought mine for $100 all original.
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Old 02-10-12, 08:08 PM   #534
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Alright..just throwing it out there...73' Raleigh International (Carlton made) Carpella lugs, 56.5cm, needs paint and decals,

Looking for a 60-62cm frame, paint or no paint, something comparable to my Raleigh

PM for more info and pics!

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Any interest in a 62cm Schwinn Super Sport frame/fork (the "lovely" 80's pink and white)? Similar shape to your international...
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Old 02-10-12, 08:53 PM   #535
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Any interest in a 62cm Schwinn Super Sport frame/fork (the "lovely" 80's pink and white)? Similar shape to your international...
Not into that pink really, interested in low end Italian mostly
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Old 02-11-12, 08:11 AM   #536
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Hey...still got the Bianchi frame? I just posted a Giant Cadex carbon composite in 59 cm if interested. There's another member that has a Campione D' Italia but it's a little fancy for what I want. Do you have any pics of the frame (if you still have it)? By the way...great thread!
No, sorry, I got tired of moving it around and gave it away. Good luck!
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No, sorry, I got tired of moving it around and gave it away. Good luck!
That brings some closure to this thread.

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Old 02-13-12, 02:16 PM   #538
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If you've ever wanted a Supercourse in a 59cm seat tube, I just put one up for trade. It's full of Nervex lugs! Bike is pretty beat, but could look pretty good if repainted. Looking for something in a 50-51 size range, preferably in ISO threading.
(entire bike is the same condition - sorry about lack of full size picture)
If you still have the supercourse can you email me at corrado627@gmail.com

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Old 02-15-12, 03:13 PM   #539
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Any interest in a 62cm Schwinn Super Sport frame/fork (the "lovely" 80's pink and white)? Similar shape to your international...
Yes, I am Interested In your frame, can you post more info, and/or pics (condition, headset??, bottom bracket, year, price)
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Old 02-15-12, 04:21 PM   #540
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Old 02-15-12, 06:28 PM   #541
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Here's pics of the Super Sport. Shimano 600 headset, shimano BB. I'd likely want to keep the shifters (non indexing), but that's negotiable depending on the relative value of the trade. Cat also negotiable. Overall condition is good, but for some surface rusting on the cable surfaces on the top of the frame. There is some sticker tack and paint/rust touch up work needed (though I wouldn't clasify this as a repaint sort of frame by any means). Bought by a relative with intent to have me build it up for them, but too large for either of us upon further inspection.

Need a 55-58 cm frame (if on the higher side of that range, with a shorter top tube). Desire something steel...

Also still have the fuji touring series 3 and nishiki altron available (see earlier posts).



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Old 02-16-12, 08:59 PM   #542
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I have a Mongoose Omega Touring Frame - it's not a Walmart bike

It's a 53cm frame with a 1" headset and Tange Super-lite tubing. It has canti and downtube mounts as well as three bottle cage mounts.

I'm looking for something similar to use as a commuter but between 55 and a 58

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Chrome Molly, I have a red Shogun frame. Long seat tube, short TT 61 or 2 x 54.
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Have a few bikes i'm considering parting out and doing a trade frame for frame.

#Raleigh International Carlton made. 1973, Needs new paint, 57cm, Too small for me. 531 tubing
#Univega Gran Premio, Tange Champion tubing, 62cm, few scratches but nothing too noticeable. 79' i believe, it's an early one.
#Austro Daimler AD-SL, 76' 3 tube reynolds 531, 63cm, one of my favorite bikes.
#Peugeot Competition PKN10, 1980, not sure if it's 3 tube or full reynolds 531, Beautiful paint and condition 63 or 64cm, It feels a lot smaller then it actually is

I'm not 100% sure if i want to part with all of the frames but if i like your offer i will definitely consider it.
I'm mainly trying to get rid of the Raleigh since it is a tad bit too small. I really want a Carlton, Atala, Bottecchia, Bianchi.

PM me if you want pics or more info!

Edit: Looking for a 62 or 60cm frame
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58cm Univega Sportour sky blue. Don't know the year. Rust free, some scrapes.
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Chrome Molly, I have a red Shogun frame. Long seat tube, short TT 61 or 2 x 54.
Sorry, that would be just a bit too big for me. Otherwise, I'd have been all over that. Thanks for the offer.
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Old 02-19-12, 03:44 PM   #547
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Interested in trading my full 23"/21" 1990 Schiwnn Duosport tandem for something a little smaller. 21"/21" would be ideal, but I'm not going to find that except by going custom.
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Offering the fuji as a bare frame, and the cannondale as a frame fork. Looking for something steel in the 55-58 range.

Both are very small frames (fuji measures 18.5in CtC). PM if interested and I'll provide any other measurements needed.

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Offering ... the cannondale as a frame fork. Looking for something steel in the 55-58 range.
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