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Old 03-10-12, 10:46 AM   #576
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I have a feeling it's not actually a Raleigh but a Fuji. The decals are the clue.
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Note to you BLOWHARD MORONS out there: The fork is not bent. Most PEUGEOTS of the '70s forks DID NOT line up with the head tube angle. This is normal. The last pic is from the 1972 Dutch catalog showing this EXACT MODEL in diagram. Keep your comments to yourself......
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Would anyone be interested in this Early GT Agressor frame? It has been sanded and re-painted, upgraded with a brand new Ritchey Logic headset, and a new zoom suspension fork. I'm open to any trades: Components, Frames, Wheels, Road or Mountain you decide. PM if you have any questions, It's a big frame.

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Open to what you may have in 60cm. Ask me. just want to see whats out there.



I till have this frame. Looking for a similar trek in a 54cm for my wife.
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Old 03-14-12, 05:59 PM   #579
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My 56cm 87 Schwinn Prologue.
Tange Prestige Tubing/lugs
The frame is a little too big. I really need a 53-54cm. It is in excellent shape aside from 2 very tiny dents in the top tube. I can get photos. I didn't realize them for almost a month they are so tiny. It'd be hard to find another in this shape.
The Dura-Ace I can possibly leave on if the deal is right. This is come with the Tange headset, Frame and Fork that are in the photos.




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Old 03-17-12, 03:06 AM   #580
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i Have this Centurion LeMans, i roughly measured 62cm st + 57cm tt.
Looking for something in the 49cm-52cm frame.
Frame+fork only, not components.



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Old 03-17-12, 07:27 AM   #581
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This is some "Man Cave" snacks and place to keep track of your projects very nice.

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Old 03-19-12, 09:47 AM   #582
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Cat: requires daily feeding, litter box changing, shreds furniture, a couple hundred bucks a year maintenance.
Bianchi: sits quietly in the corner until you want it, can be had for a couple hundred bucks off Craigslist.

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Old 03-19-12, 02:50 PM   #583
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anyone in ireland looking for a swap
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Shogun 200

48cm c-t seat tube, 53 cm c-t top tube
Tange 900
Looking for something with 52-54 cm seat tube


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Old 03-21-12, 08:21 PM   #585
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My 56cm 87 Schwinn Prologue.
Tange Prestige Tubing/lugs
The frame is a little too big. I really need a 53-54cm. It is in excellent shape aside from 2 very tiny dents in the top tube. I can get photos. I didn't realize them for almost a month they are so tiny. It'd be hard to find another in this shape.
The Dura-Ace I can possibly leave on if the deal is right. This is come with the Tange headset, Frame and Fork that are in the photos.



Location?
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58cm Club Fuji, frame/fork/bb/hs. Looking for something around 60 cm, in similar condition. Basically something that needs a repaint.
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^^How about a 60cm Cannondale SR Team Comp frame?^^
Currently minty green with red decals, paint's not in bad shape, no dents or dings. It's either an '87 or an '88, pre-cantilever seat stays, steel fork. Comes with a seatpost bolt, bottom cable guide, DT shifter parts and some Jagwire top tube cable guides. I'd rock that Club.

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Old 03-23-12, 03:02 PM   #588
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I like where this is going... is that original paint? The club paint is pretty beat up.
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Yep, original paint. Also have the FD hanger.

As long as the Club frame is structurally good with no dents, that's fine. I'll just refinish it. How's the chrome?

Mayhbe we can swing a combo deal that includes that Premis behind it...
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Premis is gone, it was badly rusted too. Ill get some better pics of the club and we can talk via pm.
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Merckx 60cm, '83 Professionel

It's just to big for me! This is a Blue Merckx Professionel 60cm- best I can figure from the serial number, it is from '83. No dents or bends, but was ridden - some scrapes are visible. Originally was built up with mostly Shimano 600. Anyone interested? I need a frame more in the 56cm range

I will post pics shortly. I did receive a PM, but can't reply as I have fewer than 50 posts...email = sparrish531@gmail.com

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It's just to big for me! This is a Blue Merckx Professionel 60cm- best I can figure from the serial number, it is from '83. No dents or bends, but was ridden - some scrapes are visible. Originally was built up with mostly Shimano 600. Anyone interested? I need a frame more in the 56cm range

I will post pics shortly. I did receive a PM, but can't reply as I have fewer than 50 posts...email = sparrish531@gmail.com

sparrish, I just sent you an email.
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Well I just posted another thread debating what to do about this Raleigh I just scooped up. I was beaming with excitement after the purchase but slowly getting more and more convinced it wont work for me. It is absolutely beautiful and I am sad even thinking about getting rid of it but it just isnt quite my size and I dont want to accept it. It is an 81 Raleigh Superbe. Originally came fully chrome with gold laquer. Much of the gold has faded off my leaving and awesome patina, the bike is flawless and perfectly straight. It is 60cm. Made with tange tubing. The bike would be amazing finished. Either way I am 6'4" and dont think I can squeeze onto it. I would be willing to trade for a 62cm+ frame or bike. I have been dead set on a nice Raleigh for a while but may consider others. Also, will trade up so I can put cash on top for the right bike.
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Old 03-27-12, 05:57 AM   #594
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i Have this Centurion LeMans, i roughly measured 62cm st + 57cm tt.
Looking for something in the 49cm-52cm frame.
Frame+fork only, not components.


What is the frame tubing and what components are on it?
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Old 03-27-12, 10:27 AM   #595
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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
Cant PM but I may be interested in the AD, can you PM me some pics and an email?
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Well I just posted another thread debating what to do about this Raleigh I just scooped up. I was beaming with excitement after the purchase but slowly getting more and more convinced it wont work for me. It is absolutely beautiful and I am sad even thinking about getting rid of it but it just isnt quite my size and I dont want to accept it. It is an 81 Raleigh Superbe. Originally came fully chrome with gold laquer. Much of the gold has faded off my leaving and awesome patina, the bike is flawless and perfectly straight. It is 60cm. Made with tange tubing. The bike would be amazing finished. Either way I am 6'4" and dont think I can squeeze onto it. I would be willing to trade for a 62cm+ frame or bike. I have been dead set on a nice Raleigh for a while but may consider others. Also, will trade up so I can put cash on top for the right bike.
Thanks!


I have a univega gran premio in a 62 cm i might consider trading for that.

Please email me if you want more pics DirtyHarry714@gmail.com, I have a few other frames as well.



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Rauler for trade!

Edit: Frame is gone.

mid-70's Rauler. Columbus tubes, Campagnolo dropouts.
ST: 56cm c-t-c, TT: 56cm c-t-c
It was refinished a while ago, before it came into my hands, and the paint has not held up very well. Structurally in good condition. It's a great ride, just too small for me. Photos show an interesting irregularity on the bike, pointing to its relationship with Colnago. The fork crown has Rauler pantos but the inside of the fork tangs have Colnago clubs. Photos also show the bottom bracket cutout and some of the worst paint damage on the frame, which is in that area. More photos available on request.

I'm looking for something of similar quality, preferably Columbus with Campy dropouts, more like 60cm. Dream scenario would be a Gios Super Record, but will consider any comparable offers. Thanks!!











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1976-78 Austro Daimler AD-SL Frame and Fork, 63cm Seat tube, 3 tube Reynolds 531, 1 inch steer tube

Contact me for more info/pics, Looking for a 60cm frame and fork, Local pickup is a + but i wouldn't mind shipping it within the country.

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Well I just posted another thread debating what to do about this Raleigh I just scooped up. I was beaming with excitement after the purchase but slowly getting more and more convinced it wont work for me. It is absolutely beautiful and I am sad even thinking about getting rid of it but it just isnt quite my size and I dont want to accept it. It is an 81 Raleigh Superbe. Originally came fully chrome with gold laquer. Much of the gold has faded off my leaving and awesome patina, the bike is flawless and perfectly straight. It is 60cm. Made with tange tubing. The bike would be amazing finished. Either way I am 6'4" and dont think I can squeeze onto it. I would be willing to trade for a 62cm+ frame or bike. I have been dead set on a nice Raleigh for a while but may consider others. Also, will trade up so I can put cash on top for the right bike.
Thanks!
I have a very nice 62cm KHS Professional frame in Reynolds 531 with chromed fork shoulders and lugs. Very nice. I would consider trading for the Raleigh Superbe frame. See pics of it built, here:
http://velospace.org/node/3989
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Looking for 60cm Italian,

EDIT - bike below is now sold,




bike above sold, I will try and find something good to put of for trade later in the week

Looking for 59 / 60cm frames only, has to be something good enough for my collection, condition less important.

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