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Old 03-29-19, 02:37 AM
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SCHOR Frame

Hi Friends,

This time I will be asking your opinion about this frame.

Seller says it is Swiss made SCHOR from the 70's - can you please share your thoughts with me.

Thank you in advance.





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Old 03-29-19, 02:41 AM
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Price is 80USD by the way
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Old 03-29-19, 07:09 AM
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I don't know that brand, but it looks mid level. It looks better than the others you have posted.

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Old 03-29-19, 08:47 AM
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Read up on Swiss bottom brackets. Agree nicer frame than the others you posted.
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Old 03-29-19, 09:31 AM
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Nice looking frame. A clue to quality would be the dropouts. What is stamped into them? Campagnolo, Tange, something else?
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Old 03-29-19, 02:57 PM
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At first thought it mid to late 1970's due to the braze-ons.

Then noticed it looks to be a respray.

Possible it could be a bit earlier and braze-ons added prior to painting.

When a frame has received a respray it is always wise to examine it carefully for any sign of repair or damage.

Resprays are not necessarily a "red flag."

There is an enthusiast site here covering Swiss produced marques; unfortunately Schor is not included.

Swiss Bicycles | A website about Swiss Bicycles

There is an Austrian Schor associated with motorcycles. Possibly a connection... -

https://www.motorradschor.com


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Old 03-29-19, 03:22 PM
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Not a bad looking frame. Probably from the late 70's, early 80's.

Above bottom bracket cable routing is more of a 70's design.
Downtube water bottle bosses came in in the mid 70's.

By the 80's, under bottom bracket cable routing became more prevalent, as well as seat tube water bottle bosses.

Flat fork crowns is also more 70's, and sloping crowns 80's.

I agree, check bottom bracket threading.

IRD still makes Swiss bottom bracket cups, but you could end up spending twice as much for small parts as you might with English or Italian threading.

Building a bare frame can be fulfilling, but it is easy to over-spend on parts.

$80 is an OK ballpark price for that frame.
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Once a bike has been repainted, never trust the decals. So it could be a totally different brand than you think. Also, stickers are really meaningless. A metal badge is more reassuring as to branding.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
Once a bike has been repainted, never trust the decals. So it could be a totally different brand than you think. Also, stickers are really meaningless. A metal badge is more reassuring as to branding.
Double up on that, photos really don't describe the details well, and a respray… Well, at least they did not apply Colnago graphics.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
Once a bike has been repainted, never trust the decals. So it could be a totally different brand than you think. Also, stickers are really meaningless. A metal badge is more reassuring as to branding.
With a single headtube sticker, a person could have put on anything they thought was entertaining.
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Ask for photos of the frame prior to the re-spray.
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