I have been thinking of getting a Trek ever since the early 80's when a friends bike shop started selling them. However I was stuck on Japanese bikes then because of the quality of Japanese cars and I just figured it transferred to bikes as well. It was not until recently that I have come to appreciate the quality of an American made Trek.
So I picked up this Trek 560 to fix up, and purple was my first road bike color so it called my name. Picture is of it in the as found condition.
1985 660 9 speed w/bar end shifters.
Where are the 170 and 970?
Sweet sweet thread. Makes me want a trek
This one is for sale near me. If it fit me and was half the price i would jump on it!
Just Finished my Trek Pro Series 560.
no, I have a 770 see pic below of partial repaint. I'd love a 170 but there weren't too many of them
built. Skip Eckert at vintage trek has 203 listed in his serial number database. I've seen estimates up
to about 250 made.
maybe John from Trek will chime in on this.
and here's my Trek. (more photo's to come).
1982 Ciocc World 77
1981 Nishiki Cresta
1982 Trek 613
1987 Giant Yukon
there's some bikes in here I can actually like
I build frame up.
Never had a Trek the color of that 613. When I do it will never leave my hands. NICE job! What a sharp looking bike!!.,,,,BD
1996 Ciocc 60cm lugged steel (Dedacciai Zero-Uno) frame / fork with Ultegra build-up; 1990 Gary Fisher Hoo Koo E Koo; 1986 Trek 1200; 1985 Centurion Elite RS; 1982 Trek 715
!989 Trek 330
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And thanks BD for the kind words.
there are some amazing examples in this thread, I hope it stays alive for a while
here's a trek 400, not sure of the year but it gets alot of use...