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Old 02-08-11, 05:38 PM   #176
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Anyone interested in a barn fresh 25" circa 81 (I think) Trek 710? Whole bike or frameset.

- screw on brass headbadge
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- color bar style seat tube logo.
- blue color
- 531db

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- Shimano oil hole style hubs laced to Mavic GR-2 rims
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- (looks like) Shimano 600 EX headset
- nice Campy non aero brake levers with really nice hoods
- SR seat post stem and possibly bar
- Sugino? crank

Looks a lot like this one: http://vintage-trek.com/Trek_galleryMI.htm

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Old 02-10-11, 10:54 AM   #177
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1974 px-10

This bike is just too big for me. It was my dads. It's 59cm, possibly 60, depending on how accurate my measuring is. I'm not sure how to rate the condition. As you can see, it's well used, needs some paint-work, but the frame is solid. I also have the fork, headset and bb, which are not in photo.

I'd love to get a px-10 in a smaller size, roughly 52-56, but if you've got an interesting offer, let me know.
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Old 02-10-11, 02:05 PM   #178
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Lemond Zurich

Well going the for sale option for my 90's Lemond Zurich doesn't seem to be getting me anywhere (and I would feel kind of bad getting money for a bike I got free) I thought I would post it up here. Reynolds 853 tubing frame and fork, shimano 600 cranks, has some road rash, but none of it has gotten below the primer from what I can see. comes with the forte? stem. *it has a small ding where the handlebars have hit the frame* I just want it to go to someone who can enjoy it. here is the link to the album containing the pictures I took of it. Too new to pm so just Email glennmkenna@gmail.com .http://www.flickr.com/photos/58853937@N03/5429512804/ looking for something in the 52 to 54 cm range.
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Old 02-10-11, 04:42 PM   #179
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1986 Centurion Ironman Master f&f. paint is in good shape. Will post pic later. Seems like a 57-58
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Old 02-10-11, 07:06 PM   #180
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1986 Centurion Ironman Master f&f. paint is in good shape. Will post pic later. Seems like a 57-58
Post pic now! JK. But I am possibly interested.
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Old 02-13-11, 01:43 AM   #181
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1984 Peugeot PSV10 60cm for trade. Super Vitus 980 tubing, metallic gray. Good condition. Need a larger frame, 62-64. PM me with your email addr as I can't respond to PMs due to this forum's 50 post limitation. Would prefer another Peugeot, but would consider Italian too.
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Old 02-17-11, 06:00 PM   #182
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57cm 1978 Colnago Super frameset with Campagnolo Chorus headset:











- Columbus SL tubing with campagnolo dropouts
- earlier style flat crown fork
- superb ride quality and the best handling frame I have ever ridden
- DT shifter braze-ons
- uses 28.6 clamp on FD
- drilled for recessed brakes
- feels fast (you will just have to trust me on this one)
- no rust/dings
- paint is decent.
- originally sold as a frameset; a blank canvas!
- top tube is 56.5cm

What I'd like to trade for:

- 54-56cm
- race/criterium type with aggressive geometry
- open to carbon fiber, steel, or aluminum
- prefer Italian or Japanese for steel
- interested in modern frames as well as older ones.
- if steel, I prefer Columbus or high end Japanese tubing, but am open to all kinds of thing
- doesn't have to be a the same level of frame, or in great condition

A few steels that I am particularly interested in: Colnagos, Concorde Squadra/Gavina(/other?), Miyata Team, 3 Rensho, Waterford built Paramount, Merkcx, Fuji Team, other high end Italian or Japanese frame.

Would be just as interested in the usual Cannondale, Specialized, Scott, Giant, as I would be a boutique frame. Geometry is the most important thing to me

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Old 02-17-11, 07:25 PM   #183
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Old 02-17-11, 07:52 PM   #184
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Here and gone, 58cm 1987 Centurion Ironman, fuscia and goldenrod....heh heh.
Didn't fit. Spoken for before I had a chance to post it.
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Old 02-17-11, 08:37 PM   #185
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1975 CCM Tour du Canada

It would appear that I might not ever get back to my 1975 CCM Tour du Canada. So, perhaps is could be offered in trade for something I might be more interested in. The frame set is presently bare, sporting a fresh coat of paint. I do have an period correct decal set for the bicycle and the original bill of sale, also included...
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Old 02-17-11, 11:53 PM   #186
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The killer on mine isnt the standover, its the TT length
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Old 02-18-11, 02:24 AM   #187
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The killer on mine isnt the standover, its the TT length
Yours looks like a 60cm. What size are you searching for?
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Old 02-18-11, 02:29 AM   #188
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56ish. I have like a 20mm reach stem on it now but the steering feels weird =\
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Old 02-18-11, 02:38 AM   #189
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56ish. I have like a 20mm reach stem on it now but the steering feels weird =\
Do you have all the original goodies off the Master? I'm sure somebody around here is willing to give up a 56cm. I, however, am not.
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Old 02-18-11, 02:46 AM   #190
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I have all the originals save for the wheelset.
The hubs live on my schwinn relaced with sun m13-II's. Some girl ran me into some train tracks =(
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Old 02-18-11, 06:11 AM   #191
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Yours looks like a 60cm. What size are you searching for?

I like the color combo on his frame but it's not a 60cm. I just had the pictures side by side on my screen and my bike is a 60cm and his frame is smaller looking at the head tube area and the pump peg. posted a picture of my frame for comparison.
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Old 02-18-11, 06:14 AM   #192
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Old 02-18-11, 08:08 AM   #193
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I have come to really like the Iron Man. Thank you for showing them off. lord athlon, yours looks great.

And I like that CCM, too!

Sorry for repeating myself, but I figure it might help:

I have a 2008 58cm Surly Cross Check. It rides great, and I "made" it fit me, but I'd love to trade it for a 56cm. My seat is pushed all the way down, and I put on a tiny stem on it so it would fit.
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Old 02-18-11, 12:09 PM   #194
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I like the color combo on his frame but it's not a 60cm. I just had the pictures side by side on my screen and my bike is a 60cm and his frame is smaller looking at the head tube area and the pump peg. posted a picture of my frame for comparison.
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My 60cm LeMans RS for comparison. Centurion measures frame size from center to top. I do think his may very well be a 58cm. If you look at the pic of Robbie's right below his, it still doesn't line up perfectly as a 58 (which Robbie's definitely is). It could be an illusion due to the colors though.
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Old 02-18-11, 10:13 PM   #195
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I have two frames that don't fit:
An almost brand new, 56 cm Nashbar Touring Frame.

A 1993, Raleigh MT 300 Frame, 18.5" CTC seat tube. Paint is in fair condition. Frame is Easton E-9 Aluminum, Fork is cro-mo.

I'll trade for a 59-60cm steel frame, something cromo, relaxed touring-esque geometry.
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Old 02-19-11, 04:25 PM   #196
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1972 Super Sport all original I belive will trade down 1 size for SS or ST only will trade frame or fullbike if no deal, then will trade for 62 to 64 cm approx, quality roadbike prefer 531 or will consider older, big good quality MTB
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Old 02-19-11, 04:44 PM   #197
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Mine is a 60cm tt. The seattube is 58
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Old 02-20-11, 06:14 AM   #198
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OK, I'll play along. Don't know if this will interest anybody, but I have this damaged 55 cm Raleigh Portage frame and fork. Designed for 650b wheels. The damage can be seen in the pictures. The top tube has a dent/crease in it and should be replaced. I was going to have the top tube replaced/repaired, but when I received the bike I found it was too small for me (about 30.75" - 31" stand over height with 44x584 (26x1 5/8) tires.) Headset and bottom bracket have been removed. There is just the frame and fork.

If this interests anyone, I am looking for some clincher wheels, but nothing is OK too as long as you pay shipping.
hey if you're saying that you'll give the frame away for free I'll gladly pick it up. where in LA are you located?
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Old 02-20-11, 10:51 AM   #199
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Ciufalon, if you find another home for your frame it's probably better. I don't need any more projects right now.
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Old 02-20-11, 11:57 AM   #200
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Too cool!

Okay, I have a 21" "ALVIN" track frame from the late 1930's that I would be happy to trade for a larger (24"?) track frame of the same period. Anyone who is vaguely interested should check out this thread in order to learn more about the frame and its condition.

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