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Old 02-14-14, 11:53 AM   #1101
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83 Peugeot PFN10

I would like to trade my 83 Peugeot PFN10 frame and fork. It has a seat tube measurement of 61.5 cm ctc and 62 cm ctt. It is made from Vitus 181 double butted tubing. It is in good shape with some scratches and scrapes. What I need is a frame and fork of lightweight tubing that has a 57 -58 cm seat tube. Some bikes that would interest me are a Schwinn Prologue or Circuit, Raleigh with 531 Gran Sport or higher, Peugeot or Motobecane with 531 or Vitus, Gitane Tour de France, I would consider anything in my size with lightweight tubing.
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Old 02-15-14, 06:04 PM   #1102
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I have a 1973 Schwinn Paramount Model 13-9 frame with some components. It is a 21 inch frame and too small for me. I would be willing to trade for a similar frame of 23 inches. It is is good shape and is a silver color. If interested, I will send pictures.
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Old 02-17-14, 10:15 AM   #1103
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have- 1987ish schwinn voyageur. 58cm. teal/ green, lot of scratches, very minor surface rust on some scratches.
takes 27" wheels.


want: similar frame in a 55 or 56.
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Old 02-18-14, 06:41 PM   #1104
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Have: 1997 58cm Waterford 1100 frame, no fork. Reynolds 531 tubing. Bike had a previous life as a commuter and as such has plenty of chips, paint bubbling and surface rust. I do not spot any deep rust anywhere. There is only one tiny almost imperceptible very shallow 1/4" line-shaped ding in the seat tube (circled in the last photo). I would recommend stripping and repainting the frame, but it could be a good "5 footer" with some extensive touchup.

Fork wants: Hunter Supercrown
Road Wants: 59-62cm early Specialized Expedition, Sequoia, or Allez. Possibly something else in that size range, handbuilt, interesting, or cantilever touring with tons of mounting points.
Mountain Wants: 21"-22" Schwinn Cimarron. 20" Kona Hot, Explosif, Sex, A'ha, or old Humu. 21-22" interesting rare 1980s MTBs. 20" interesting rare 1990's MTBs.



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Old 02-24-14, 04:06 PM   #1105
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I've got a 80's Raleigh DL-1 21" man's frame & fork, parts. I'd like to trade for a woman's loop frame & fork.
Shipping wise, let's keep it to the lower 48.
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Old 03-04-14, 12:19 PM   #1106
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have- 1987ish schwinn voyageur. 58cm. teal/ green, lot of scratches, very minor surface rust on some scratches.
takes 27" wheels.


want: similar frame in a 55 or 56.
I have a 54ish, but it is FAR from perfect condition. All cosmetic though, no real dents dings or rust.,,,,BD
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I have a 1985 Trek 560 49 cm with a bunch of touch up paint 501 Reynolds. Just the frame. I'd like to get something 56-58 cm that is similar in style and materials.
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Old 03-21-14, 04:32 PM   #1108
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I wanted to take a moment to update this posting...

The 1984 Trek 830 and the 1983 Gran Turismo are gone but I still have the Trek 950 as well as the Nishiki Ariel.

Thanks for the interest!
Hey, are the trek 950 or nishiki still available?
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Old 03-22-14, 04:03 AM   #1109
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The Nishiki Ariel is available

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Hey, are the trek 950 or nishiki still available?
Hello winstonb,

Thanks for the interest in the frames! The Trek 950 has a new home with a forum member, however the 1988 Nishiki Ariel is still available. The Ariel was second in hierarchy behind the Alien, the Ariel's frame and fork are full double butted Tange 4130 CrMo. The frame has no structural damage, no repair nor rust issues, only cosmetic flaws that are consistent with age (see photos).

Please let me know if you have any question, thanks again!

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Old 03-23-14, 07:37 PM   #1110
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'86 Miyata Seven-ten frame & fork, 48cm cc, HS, BB, & other parts if desired, swap for similar light-weight F&F, HS, BB, in 56-57cm. Frame is triple-butted, light & stiff, upright geometry, marketed as a Triathlon bike.


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Old 03-24-14, 05:36 PM   #1111
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Mother's Day is only about 6 weeks away, treat Mom right with this Columbus SL SP frame. Or maybe you want to give your wife a ride? I mean on a bike!

I have multiple road bikes in 531, 501, Tange 2, Tru-Temper, 6061 aluminum, Columbus Tenax, Champion, unbranded chromoly, all in 56-58cm. But the only Columbus SL in 57-58cm is my Serotta. But I have this to trade, 1984 Schwinn frame, fork & headset, 49cm. No rust, not used much from what I can tell looking at the components, scratches from poor storage practice.

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Old 03-24-14, 05:46 PM   #1112
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Have: Concorde frame, Columbus SL, lot's of paint nicks and a big rust spot on the chainstay. Not too great condition but perfect for a FG conversion, or, if you're feeling ambitious, a respray project. 58 cc 57 cc. Looking for something cool to make a SSMTB off: frame only no problem, as long as it has dropouts that can handle SS, and canti posts.


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Have: Concorde frame, Columbus SL, lot's of paint nicks and a big rust spot on the chainstay. Not too great condition but perfect for a FG conversion, or, if you're feeling ambitious, a respray project. 58 cc 57 cc. Looking for something cool to make a SSMTB off: frame only no problem, as long as it has dropouts that can handle SS, and canti posts.
What size are you looking for? I have various Trek, a GT, Mongoose, Specialized Hardrock, and Bridgestone MB-5. They're all chromoly and range from 17"-20" seat tube.
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What size are you looking for? I have various Trek, a GT, Mongoose, Specialized Hardrock, and Bridgestone MB-5. They're all chromoly and range from 17"-20" seat tube.
Thanks for your reply oddjob, somewhere around medium, I guess 17-18"? I've made 20 fit before just fine, so it really depends more on the geometry and the rear dropouts,
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Old 03-27-14, 01:28 AM   #1115
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Maruishi Road Ace 7. 61cm frame, trade for a 57-58cm frame. Looking for a touring, or relaxed geometry frame.

This bike is too big for me. I have ridden it hard for a few years, my daily commuter plus about 5000 miles of loaded touring. It's too big and I am finally fed up with it. I would like to trade it for a 57 or 58cm frame. I would like something that I can tour on, as I have another commuter now.

The paint is pretty beat, the underside of the downtube is the worst, from touring without using fenders. The frame is structurally sound. The headset is pretty worn out and probably should be replaced. Although it might only need to be cleaned/adjusted, it's a $10 headset.

I will be stripping all the parts off and only getting rid of the frame, fork and headset. I would clean it up before shipping it to anyone, but the paint is not going to look pretty. The "Road Ace 7" decals on the top tube are worn off from me not being tall enough to throw my leg over the tube.

The frame is triple butted lugged cro-moly, the fork says Ishiwata on it so I can only assume it's an Ishiwata frame as well. I think this was a highish-end frame, I think from 1986.
Funny, I came across this trying to research my new (to me) Maruishi. I bought your frame!
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Have: 53 cm ctc Miyata 1000
Want: 55-57 cm ctc touring frame with of comparable quality.

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Old 03-28-14, 07:42 PM   #1117
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My 23" 1955 Rudge Galaxy 3 speed is too big. I'd like another 21" road bike (triple preferred). I'm in western NY.

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I've got this 54cm Quattro Assi frame, looking to trade straight across for something similar in value. I would even trade down a bit, if you even it out somehow. I need a 52cm. Not picky on material, but steel is a plus. Beer not included, but cranks, Chris King headset and seat post could be... I have it currently built up with a bunch of nice parts (ultegra RD, Shimano 105 shifters, etc...) and would trade it complete too...


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Mother's Day is only about 6 weeks away, treat Mom right with this Columbus SL SP frame. Or maybe you want to give your wife a ride? I mean on a bike!

I have multiple road bikes in 531, 501, Tange 2, Tru-Temper, 6061 aluminum, Columbus Tenax, Champion, unbranded chromoly, all in 56-58cm. But the only Columbus SL in 57-58cm is my Serotta. But I have this to trade, 1984 Schwinn frame, fork & headset, 49cm. No rust, not used much from what I can tell looking at the components, scratches from poor storage practice.

Balance of photos at this link.

Are you interested in MTB frames , Have a Cannondale Cadd3 (96) and 02 Sugar With a new shock? Both in really nice shape.
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Are you interested in MTB frames , Have a Cannondale Cadd3 (96) and 02 Sugar With a new shock? Both in really nice shape.
No thanks, while your offerings are nice, I have plenty of MTB's.
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ISO: Vintage carbon frameset
56-58cm
Fork can be alloy. Specialized Epic, Trek 2300 for example

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Raleigh DL-1; rod-brake 28" wheel roadster; complete bike I think it's a 21"

Cannondale ST600 frameset w/racks 56cm Cannondale Touring Frame
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No thanks, while your offerings are nice, I have plenty of MTB's.
Have a Reg Harris Seems to be around a 56 . Also a Raleigh Gran Sport. 58 X 56 TT I think.
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Old 04-06-14, 01:51 PM   #1124
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I have held on to this for a couple of years, but it does not fit me. So it is time to pass it on. A Fuji Finest from 1976 - 52-53 cm seat tube, 54 cm top tube. This includes the frame and fork with headset cups. It was very rough when I got it, but some of it has been bathed in OA (it really needs the kiddie pool treatment). The photos are pre-treatment, so it looks better than the pix. I am looking to trade for something similar. I would prefer not to ship - I live near the Eastern Shore MD/DE/VA beaches, so if you frequent these places, we could meet and swap.



I also have most of the little clamp on stops, clamps, and etc. I would trade for a similar frame & fork in the 57 -61 cm range.
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60cm Miyata 912

GOT: A recently picked up an 1983 Miyata 912. Double butted miyata CrMo. 60cm, 56.5 top-tube (per Miyata Catalogs). Paint isn't great, definitely a rider not a collector. Available as a frameset & headset & seatpost OR with additional odds and ends. (Including a higher end wheelset than I need: Superbe Pro hubs laced to Mavic OPEN 4CDs). Prefer local exchange in the front range of Colorado but can be talked into shipping.



LOOKING:
Option 1) Something of similar quality, 59-62cm and less aggressive geometry. (The 912 is 73/74). Plan is for a more upright townie which the 912 isn't ideally suited for.
Option 2) Something of similar quality, 53-56cm. To build a commuter for the better half. Vintage high-end rigid MTBs cool too.

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