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davei1980 09-04-20 03:42 PM

Trek 560, Tange(?), 105
 
My brother in law has this Trek 560 from mid 80s/Early 90s??

Looking for a fair value if you guys can help, all the info is in the pics. I have seen this bike up close and it's free of rust and generally presents very well and has been ridden recently.

Biopace chainrings, 105 group, I think tubing is Tange, downtube shifters, and adjustment screws in the dropouts are a few highlights (well, except the chainrings)

The market is Spokane, WA, USA. Not as hot of a market as Seattle or Portland but very active.
https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...2c5ec8d009.jpg
https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...ac238db399.jpg
https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...33d41a809b.jpg
https://cimg2.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...0cadcd67ad.jpg

2cam16 09-04-20 04:20 PM

Here you go:
http://www.vintage-trek.com/images/trek/Trek88_1.pdf

SurferRosa 09-04-20 06:22 PM

Gotta ask, what happened to the original fork? Its replacement significantly reduces value. If there's no tubing damage, and it's ready to ride, around $200 with good pics.

Pics sell the bike. Take the best ones you can manage with a nice, uncluttered background behind the bike.

davei1980 09-04-20 06:34 PM


Originally Posted by SurferRosa (Post 21678553)
Gotta ask, what happened to the original fork? Its replacement significantly reduces value. If there's no tubing damage, and it's ready to ride, around $200 with good pics.

Pics sell the bike. Take the best ones you can manage with a nice, uncluttered background behind the bike.

I have no idea. He was given the bike.

you are absolutely correct, I told him to hastily shoot me the year so I can get the thread up right away

davei1980 09-04-20 10:13 PM


Originally Posted by 2cam16 (Post 21678384)

thanks- is this frame made in the US?

TugaDude 09-04-20 11:50 PM


Originally Posted by davei1980 (Post 21678801)
thanks- is this frame made in the US?

Yes

kross57 09-05-20 03:21 AM

In my area, about $300, as long as the tires and bar tape are good, and everything functions properly. Of course, every market is different. Rewrapping the bars would help.


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