Much more like 1987 or so, much more similar to the 1987 Trek 2500 Composite.
However, the fork is a bit different, I think. I no longer have this, sold it to a bike shop in Texas.
The frame was built by Aegis System, a defense contractor in Maine.
$250 may be OK for your market, but you've got some work to do to bring it to an acceptable leatherneck shine.
I think decals are available. Light as can be, stiff for it's time. That's a 54cm frame, and if you're about 5'7 or under, fine. The seatpost is out way too much.
If it's too small for you, you may need to move on.
I sent you a PM, jarhead, Welcome Aboard the USS Nuthouse.
Who drummed for Thoreau?
1985 Raleigh Competition (Racing USA Series)
1987 Bridgestone Radac (aluminum) frankenbike
1988 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Master (steel)
1989 Centurion Carbon-R (carbon)
Last edited by RobbieTunes; 03-10-13 at 12:07 PM.