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FS: '77 Peter Mooney Frameset 63.5x57.5: $450 Shipped

Old 12-11-19, 11:00 AM
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[SOLD] Price Drop! FS: '77 Peter Mooney Frameset 63.5x57.5: $400 Shipped

[SOLD] Price Drop: $400 shipped in the lower 48 states, payment by paypal "Goods/Services." Couple/few photos attached, more viewable at my flickr page:
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjFj8nwM

I listed this a few years back, decided to hold onto it, but now it's time to move it on.

This is a very pretty and early '77 Peter Mooney road frameset, 63.5cm c-c seat tube x 57.5cm c-c head tube. I'll list the bad points first, 'cause I suck at marketing. Top tube runs a little short for its size and tire clearance is 25-26mm in the rear. Positive spin: perfect for vintage French-fit fans who love the ride of supple 25mm tires, esp tubs!

Frame dims are:
ST 71.5-deg, HT 73.0-deg
ST 63.5cm c-c
TT: 57.5cm c-c
Chainstay: 41.5cm, wheelbase 100.0cm
Standover 87.0cm/34.3"
Rear spacing 120mm
Seatpost: 26.8mm

The serial number as far as I can determine is 044 . Peter's confirmed he built the frame, but said his build sheets showed 044 as a different frame, built in '77. I didn't want to take up any more of his time chasing this down, since the build looks late-'70s to me. So it is a genuine Mooney, but I can't confirm the build date or details.

The frame is very clean, with a CycleArt paint job, likely a respray? At least I doubt the finish is original, with proper/thin paint but with decals under clear coat, except for the Reynolds 531 sticker, free to slowly disintegrate. There are some interesting touches, like the very lovely double-scalloped top-o-seat lug treatment, fastback stay treatment, brake casing guides under the top tube, and an extra derailleur casing guide/loop on the chainstay. Single bottle cage mounts, fder mount (unusual for '77, maybe added when resprayed?), nutted brakes, vertical Campy rear drops, no eyelets f/r. The paint looks very fresh, hardly any signs of use, just a few tiny chips and a sliver of paint surrounding the binder bolt gone from the right seat lug ear.

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The only thing that can describe this is...

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Because Paul Ruins Everything....

Heh-heh, thanks Aaron!

But because I ruin everything, it should be mentioned that George Takei's last name, in Japanese, is pronounced with an English hard "a" sound, like ta-kay. Not an "i" sound like ta-kye. So what George should be saying, to rhyme properly, is: "Oh, hey! It's George Takei!"

Now please go back to ogling my Mooney.....
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Love it.
My size too!

BUT i just got my own.

Plan to build it up with Campy 10 speed after the holidays.

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That thing is SWEET! I canít look away!
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If it hasn't been said yet, Oh May! So close to fitting me but....
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If it hasn't been said yet, Oh May! So close to fitting me but....
Bad news....should fit me perfectly. My bike storage area? Maybe not but something could get kicked out!
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Heh-heh, thanks Aaron!

But because I ruin everything, it should be mentioned that George Takei's last name, in Japanese, is pronounced with an English hard "a" sound, like ta-kay. Not an "i" sound like ta-kye. So what George should be saying, to rhyme properly, is: "Oh, hey! It's George Takei!"

Now please go back to ogling my Mooney.....
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So pretty and no way on earth I could ride it at 63cm ... story of my life ... GWLS
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Once again, you come up with some amazing bikes. Beautiful as all of yours are. Good luck with the sale.
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I've spent the last week riding with my saddle 15mm too high in an effort to stretch my legs enough to (barely) allow me to ride this frame size. Alas to no avail!
Fabulous frame deserving of a bump to the top!
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Thanks all! Bumping up---somebody needs this for Hannukah or Xmas....
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I would love to try it out, but right now I would love to just be able to go for any ride without back pain.

Its a beauty and Paul is a great guy to deal with. Whoever buys it will be very happy.
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Gosh I wish this thing would sell! Otherwise I know whatís going to happen...Iíll be in trouble again!
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The perfect size for me with my long legs and short torso and your are right next door. Wish it took larger tires and I had something we could trade.
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It could be a perfect candidate for 650b conversion. Build a nice light wheel set and possibly get up to 38mm tires. Itís been done to these late 80ís bikes with tight tire clearance.

Just sayiní...
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New Year, New Price! Price drop to $400 shipped conti USA.

Happy New Year! Price drop to $400 shipped conti USA.
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