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1984 Trek 170 with Campagnolo Super Record

Old 03-08-16, 06:31 PM
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1984 Trek 170 with Campagnolo Super Record



Original owner. Purchased and built in 1984. Very good condition. Ridden regularly the first couple of years, but ridden infrequently since.

Frame: 1984 Trek 170. Reynolds 753 tubing. 58cm. Original Berry Red paint. Original Trek and Reynolds decals. Serial number 121048. Frame is in very good condition - some paint chips at the dropouts but no significant chips or scratches otherwise. Frame is personalized with my name in block letters on the top tube. (Name may be photoshopped out of some pictures below.)

Campagnolo Super Record components. Does NOT have the titanium components found on the original stock 170.
Crankset: 42, 52 chainrings, 170 crank length.
Pedals: Campy Super Record with Campy toe clips (medium?), Alfredo Binda toe straps.
Derailleurs: Campy SR front and rear, downtube braze-on shifters.
Freewheel: 7 speed 13 to 21.
Brakes: Campy SR. (Currently has Modolo anatomic gum rubber hoods with some cracking.)
Wheels: Campy SR hubs. 32 spoke DT. Aspin tubular rims. Clement Futura tires (replaced approx 5 years ago).
Seat: Campy SR seatpost with Concor S Marco saddle.
Handlebars: Cinelli stem (1R, I believe), Cinelli 65-88 handlebars. Currently wrapped with a base of white cotton tape with a wrap of yellow cello tape on top.

$2000. Shipping to be determined by mutual agreement.

Contact: paulandtricia@yahoo.com
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Old 03-08-16, 06:42 PM
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Old 03-08-16, 07:20 PM
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Would it be bad to buy it even if it doesn't fit?
Hang it on the wall?
I wish it were smaller.

Location?

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Old 03-08-16, 07:31 PM
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Wow. I wish it were bigger! That's beautiful. I don't think I've seen one for sale before.
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Old 03-08-16, 07:51 PM
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Exactly my size! But way out of budget, so I guess I'll stick with my 660. Your 170 is a beaut, it doesn't get better for the year. Props to you on your component choice for the frame!
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Old 03-08-16, 08:02 PM
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Wow!

I have been lusting for a 170 and yours is stunning....but alas too big.

If it was a 54 I'd be listing a few bikes on CL right now to finance it.


GLWS.


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Old 03-08-16, 08:40 PM
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Stunning!
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Out of my price range too, I'm afraid. But thanks for the cool pics, it's a beauty.
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That is a stunning bike, it looks practically new.
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Old 03-09-16, 12:10 AM
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Incredible bike. Very well done. Repop Campy brake hoods are cheaper than ever BTW.
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A very special bike in excellent condition. Bravo!
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This is a sweet bike.
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Beautiful bicycle from the halcyon days where Trek actually made bikes in the United States. Good thing it's too small for me.

Best of luck in your sale.
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Sorry to derail this thread, but I'd love to hear a ride report of that beautiful thing, considering I'll probably never get to ride one. What's it like? Do you levitate six inches off the ground? Do you travel five minutes into the future? Do tell, please.
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop View Post
Sorry to derail this thread, but I'd love to hear a ride report of that beautiful thing, considering I'll probably never get to ride one. What's it like? Do you levitate six inches off the ground? Do you travel five minutes into the future? Do tell, please.
Will let you know once it arrives in the Windy City
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Will let you know once it arrives in the Windy City
Nice, maybe I'll see you zipping down Sheridan Road.
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop View Post
Nice, maybe I'll see you zipping down Sheridan Road.
Most likely not, even though I'll be easy to spot being six inches off the ground, you'll always be 5 min. too late.

But seriously, Sheridan Rd. between Winnetka and Lake Bluff is one of my favorite routes.
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