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Old 08-07-17, 01:54 AM
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Frame ID help

Any one know the make of this frame? from the looks of it is this a good frame or cheap junk? its aluminium and the front sticker has a ferrari horse on it, that is all the seller knows about it, need some help from all of you. What type of frame would this actually be?
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Old 08-07-17, 08:25 AM
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Is this frame any good or cheap junk?? what type? please help.
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The tubing suggest a really cheap department store bike that have been sold in recent times but I am not positive. Also...

If you are looking for a project, starting with a bare, forkless frame, is a very expensive way to go. Were it me, I would definitely pass on that frame.
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Old 08-07-17, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by randyjawa View Post
The tubing suggest a really cheap department store bike that have been sold in recent times but I am not positive...
That was my immediate thought too. Then I noticed the front derailleur hanger, which the entry level, chain store bicycles typically do not have. However, I wholeheartedly agree that buying frames would be expensive and frustrating for a newbie not familiar with frames, components and compatibility issues.
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I would say Fairly low end late 90's sports road frame and yes it is technically a Ferrari they licensed contracted the name to several different bike companies most were made by Colonago. As for value with no fork or parts not really worth building up so fairly low maybe $20-30.
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Ok, thank you
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Look similar to Peugeot TeamLine and Competition models. There is no rear derailleur hanger.
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