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    Fuji Help

    I picked up this Fuji road bike and would really like some help to identified. The serial number is KJ402144
    I was told they paid $1500 for it in 1987 but i was also told it was Titanium.
    I paid $80 for it. It does run very nice handles decent and seems pretty fast( well for an old fat guy working it)
    I put a new chain on it as the chain was seized. These were the pictures she sent me. I cleaned it up a bit the paint seems okay
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    Looks like you got a bargain! Here is a site with all the old Fuji catalogs and specs.... http://www.classicfuji.com/index.html

    This is the link for the 1987 Titanium models ... http://www.classicfuji.com/TitaniumSprint_1990_Page.htm
    Has it been repainted? Looks like the color the Club Fuji came in. The 105 and 600 components are quite nice to find on an $80 bike.
    Last edited by cycleheimer; 07-16-12 at 02:59 PM.
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    Duplicate thread, already discussed model and value. Seller obviously wrong about original price.

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