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Old 01-30-19, 07:32 PM
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1987 Ironman Expert 52cm $280

This is all original Shimano 105. Absolutely beautiful paint. 52cm New Turbo Seat original bar wrap.



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My goodness that's nice.
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Good taste in gin and vermouth, too.
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My goodness that's nice.
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Good taste in gin and vermouth, too.
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So clean and so nice. GLWS.
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A 52 and a 56, and I'd be all over a 54.

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Going through my inventory of smaller friends to see who to tell about this!
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Even if it costs me a Serotta sale.... check this out, Mark.

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A 52 and a 56, and I'd be all over a 54.

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Thanks Robbie, I saw that, but I'm holding out for a MV. I've had two pass through my hands, one 58cm and one so badly clapped out that the stripped frame and fork hang in the barn awaiting a total refinish.

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A very pretty bike!

How long are the top tube and chain stays on your Scott frame?

Is that a unicrown fork or a cast aero-curved fork crown with traditional blades?

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