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87. http://www.vintage-trek.com/images/t...rekCatalog.pdf

(and the saddle is not original, but you knew that probably).

The 1200 was the entry model for aluminum bikes for Trek. Back then, aluminum bikes were more sought after than steel bikes, the opposite is true now. I think that if you add some nice white handlebar tape and make sure that everything is working as it supposed to work (the blue tires are a nice touch, btw), you could probably get $200 or so now (since it is not riding season in Utah). If you wait until spring, maybe an extra $100. I really base that on what equivalent Cannondales (SR600 and SR700) sell for.

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