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WTB- 53/54cm road frame and fork. Late 80s/early 90s most likely

Old 07-29-18, 10:02 PM
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WTB- 53/54cm road frame and fork. Late 80s/early 90s most likely

Pretty general request, but it's because the project is early on.

a teen i mentor asked to build up a road frame. Looking for something with 126 or 130mm rear spacing and modern enough to plug and play a mix of vintage and modern components. So something like '86 or newer, basically.

if the paint is good, then great. If the paint is rough but the tubing is quality, it could still work as i would then get it powdercoated as a surprise.

looking to keep it under $150 shipped to 50266 to stay within the budget.

please pm me anything you may have that could work.
thanks!
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Old 08-02-18, 07:22 PM
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Are you set on late 80’s? I have a pretty sweet 81-82 Nishiki Protour 15 frame that is a 53 size.
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If you can do with a 56cm frame, I have an Austo-Damlier with 531 tubing that needs a home.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post
Are you set on late 80ís? I have a pretty sweet 81-82 Nishiki Protour 15 frame that is a 53 size.
Centurion?
If it has centerpull/canti brakes, thanks for the offer but I'd pass.
dobt know much about the model though- if yours is caliper brake, I would be interested
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Originally Posted by bigbossman View Post
If you can do with a 56cm frame, I have an Austo-Damlier with 531 tubing that needs a home.
tempting, but the size would for sure be too big.
thank you though
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