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Old 02-23-12, 12:22 PM   #551
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LAST CALL for my 73' Raleigh International, Carlton made, Carpella lugs, Needs repaint and decals. Includes Campy BB, No headset

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HT: 13cm
DT: 58cm
ST: 56.5cm
TT: 54cm

Interested in any offer of a frame with a ST length of 58cm-62cm

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LAST CALL for my 73' Raleigh International, Carlton made, Carpella lugs, Needs repaint and decals. Includes Campy BB, No headset

Measurments:

HT: 13cm
DT: 58cm
ST: 56.5cm
TT: 54cm

Interested in any offer of a frame with a ST length of 58cm-62cm


Pm'd with an offer DirtyHarry
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Can I offer a couple frames that I don't want to get anything in return for? I'm moving from Minnesota to Indiana the first week of April and I have 2 frames that will not be making the trip.

One is an early '80s Fuji Gran Tourer SE (minus fork, well the fork is there, but really bent). This frame measures 62.5 center to top on the seat tube and 59.5 center to center on the top tube.

The other is an old (maybe early '80s) Schwinn Varsity which measures 50.5 center to top on the seat tube and 45 center to center on the top tube.

I can post or email pictures if anyone is interested.
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Can I offer a couple frames that I don't want to get anything in return for?
While this is an OK spot to post, the best spot would be in the "Pay it forward" thread.
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Thanks - I'll post it there.
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Can I offer a couple frames that I don't want to get anything in return for? I'm moving from Minnesota to Indiana the first week of April and I have 2 frames that will not be making the trip.

One is an early '80s Fuji Gran Tourer SE (minus fork, well the fork is there, but really bent). This frame measures 62.5 center to top on the seat tube and 59.5 center to center on the top tube.

The other is an old (maybe early '80s) Schwinn Varsity which measures 50.5 center to top on the seat tube and 45 center to center on the top tube.

I can post or email pictures if anyone is interested.
Since I can't respond to PM's yet (I guess I'm too much of a slacker to get to the 50 post number), I'll post a couple pictures here, but any other questions, etc will be handled in the Pay-it-forward thread.







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I think your forks bent.
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Picked up a nice 60cm Motobecane grand record that is too big for me and the bits that came with it. Measures just under 24" (60cm) center to top on seattube and 23" (58.4 cm) center to center on the top tube. Reynolds 531 frame with campy dropouts

Includes TA bottom bracket, Campagnolo Italian threaded (25.4 x 24) headset and philippe stem. All the bearings look good on bot the BB and HS. Unfortunately the spacer is wrong on the headset and the top nut has some rust.

Overall the frame is straight with a some spots of surface rust and a couple minor dings on the headtube

Looking for something interesting in a 56cm range or a vintage mountain bike frame around 20"


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Just Added two Terry Style frames to the list with links. Looking for 49-51/50-51 sized frames, road or touring. Would prefer MA local above shipping.



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After owning and riding a 58cm/23" frame for a bit, I've decided that is my size. I would like to trade my '91 Bianchi Eros frame (ST=55cm CTC, TT=57cm CTC) for the next size larger, but ONLY for another pink/black Eros like this one. Anybody got one kicking around?



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Fork which I have clearanced for larger tires and touched-up the paint. (Pay no attention to the clutter in the background!)



Headset races are in great shape with no brinnelling:



Only rust is on the dropouts/fork ends and where the paint cracked at the seat tube bolts. Nothing deep, and I generally applied Carmex to this spot to protect it from further corrosion:



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P.P.S. My Eros frame has since been damaged beyond tradeability, but I'd still be interested in a 57cm if anyone has one.

P.P.P.S. Found a 23"/58cm pink-and-black Eros frame on eBay, so I'm no longer ISO.
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Hi lueckbw - I couldn't find your Fuji Tourer on the Pay It Forward thread, but if you still have it, I'd like you to contact me. I even have a vintage chrome fork from my old bent Le Tour that will likely fit it. Here's my email written in secret anti-spammer code: downtownhotel < a t > olypen [ d o t ] com
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Not exactly a fit issue, but I have a 1986-ish (see sig) Nishiki International I wouldn't mind trading out for something a bit "sportier." It's pretty light, but the long chainstays are a bit of a drag. What I'd like is something of similar quality, in a similar size (62x58) with a bit peppier geometry. Bike has a new Origin8 straight blade cromoly fork, matches the bike perfectly. I may or may not keep the fork depending on the frame offered.
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I have a 1984 Trek 520 touring frame/fork in Taupe. ST 55.5cm c-c, 57cm c-t, TT 56cm. Paint is not great, had some touch up work done. Canti bosses, stronglight headset, 27" wheel accommodating. Reynolds 501, not sure what the fork is. Probably pretty easy to look up somewhere. No dents, no obvious rust, but I haven't really cleaned it up.

I'm interested in nearly anything Columbus tubed, ST 59-62cm. Just needs to be straight, paint can be bad. If interested or for more pix let's do email. enjoybikes@gmail.com


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I've got this nice Peugeot PX-10 Super Competition frame and fork that is restless to move on. Full Reynolds 531, chrome fork, 23.5"/60cm x 23"/59cm c-t-c, Simplex dropouts with a 126mm rear, Stronglight/Spidel headset and anonymous bottom bracket included in the traveling kit. The serial number is B 1030 52 and I'd estimate a late-70's to early-80's vintage. I would rate the cosmetic and structural condition as excellent with the typical nicks, scratches and rub marks typical of age and use with these additional notes: first, there is some faint yellowing of the white pearl paint on the seat tube where the derailleur and pump umbrella were attached and around the shifter braze ons; second, there is a small ding located center right on the edge of the racing checker graphic on the seat tube--it's centered in the 5th white square from the top (and very difficult to capture with my camera) and just deep enough to barely contain the tip of my index finger, about a cm wide by 3mm deep. I'd like to swap for something in the 57-58 cm seat tube range. Some of the other parts that could travel with the frame/fork would include a Stronglight 1000 crankset, Sachs New Success derailleurs and aero brake levers and Weinmann 450 calipers.












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Can I offer a couple frames that I don't want to get anything in return for?
One is an early '80s Fuji Gran Tourer SE (minus fork, well the fork is there, but really bent). This frame measures 62.5 center to top on the seat tube and 59.5 center to center on the top tube.


I can post or email pictures if anyone is interested.
That Fuji could definitely be married to the 531 trek 710 fork that is up for sale in the C&V Classifieds. I'd maybe be into doing that. Waiting for Fender1 to get back to me on his biopace triple crankset. So you're offering for the price of shipping??
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Another restless soul seeking a new home is this nice '89 Trek 660 True Temper frame and fork. 23.5"/60cm x 22.5"/57cm c-t-c, 130mm rear dropout spacing. Dura Ace 74xx headset, 7400 mint bottom bracket and binder bolt included. Lots of touchups to the paint, but still in excellent shape for it's class. Serial number is 399597.











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Hi lueckbw - I couldn't find your Fuji Tourer on the Pay It Forward thread, but if you still have it, I'd like you to contact me. I even have a vintage chrome fork from my old bent Le Tour that will likely fit it. Here's my email written in secret anti-spammer code: downtownhotel < a t > olypen [ d o t ] com
Actually, I shipped the Fuji on Tuesday, but forgot to update this thread and the Pay It Forward thread. (Sorry).
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Hi lueckbw - I couldn't find your Fuji Tourer on the Pay It Forward thread, but if you still have it, I'd like you to contact me. I even have a vintage chrome fork from my old bent Le Tour that will likely fit it. Here's my email written in secret anti-spammer code: downtownhotel < a t > olypen [ d o t ] com
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That Fuji could definitely be married to the 531 trek 710 fork that is up for sale in the C&V Classifieds. I'd maybe be into doing that. Waiting for Fender1 to get back to me on his biopace triple crankset. So you're offering for the price of shipping??
Yes - that was the offer, which was accepted. The bike was shipped on Tuesday. Sorry for not updating this thread sooner.
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I've got an '80 (I think!) Raleigh Gran Tourer SE, measures 57x57. The bike was just bought as a birthday project for me, but the frame is a bike too big.

I an looking to trade for a comparable 55cm bike, preferably racing frameset. Will trade everything pictured here for a frameset if a bit nicer.


I have a feeling it's not actually a Raleigh but a Fuji. The decals are the clue.

Also, the frame looks bent, as if it was in a head-on collision. If so, it's worthless.

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Dirty Harry, do you still have the International frame? I might be interested.
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Miele Lupa ~57cm, looking for 60-62cm

NO LONGER AVAILABLE - GONE TO A BETTER-FITTING PLACE...

~1987 Miele Lupa frame/fork + Shimano 105 BB, HS (black CrMo seatpost binder bolt, 4x cage screws, crank bolts and dropout adjuster screws, too)...

~57cm c-t-c, 56cm top tube, Tange 2 frame + chrome fork, English BB, 2x bottle bosses, braze-on for DT shifters, RD hanger, TT brake and BB derailleur cable guides...

- pearlescent purple paint is generally good, some chips/marks (back of ST, chainstays), absolutely no rust.
- possibility of including fluted Kalloy seatpost (black painted flutes) plus brown Velo 'Miele'-branded saddle.



Interested in 60-62cm c-t-c, preferably with a longish top tube. Lugged steel. Fixie project?

Mainly interested in possibility of local deal, Vancouver BC/Victoria BC...possibly Bellingham WA, might be able to swing Seattle if you're in no hurry.

If something sufficiently interesting comes up, shipping could perhaps be arranged. Some kind of top-up an option, too, if you have something nicer...

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