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WTB - 1985 Trek 770 56 cm frame or whole bike

Old 04-24-20, 04:34 PM
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WTB - 1985 Trek 770 56 cm frame or whole bike

I had a chance at this bike a couple of years ago and I'm still kicking myself. I want the pink one. Thanks
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If I find one I'll pretend i never saw this post
Jk...im also looking for one and 56 is my max size. (54cm min)But either way ill keep an eye out for one
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I think Iíll have a 1984 58cm 770 frame available soon. Itís in solid shape, but is in need of a repaint.


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Maybe Alex can help with this one? Its in Chilacothe, OH.

Looks like 56-58? better get measurements. Don't fight over it all at once now.

https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...110879699.html





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OP wants the pink one. The turquoise-ish color is an easy find.
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We know - just trying to be helpful. If nothing else, an 84 could be repainted for not a lot if someone was so motivated.
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OP wants the pink one. The turquoise-ish color is an easy find.
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We know - just trying to be helpful. If nothing else, an 84 could be repainted for not a lot if someone was so motivated.
Yeah, just trying to help and see what the supply is out there at various places. I know the turquoise-aqua is probably a lot easier to find, but, then again if they're really rare in pink, you can always repaint.

Here's another which is probably too big but as a project, maybe worth the trouble of getting the stuck seat post out of, price is right plus comes with headset and post (if usable afterwards)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trek-770-Fr...0AAOSw1PNemljy

Not quite pink, more purple, but size at 54cm may be closer, still available:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1986-770-Pr...kAAOSwEFheBhaL
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You guys got me thinking I need to take this out for a ride tomorrow.
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I looked for a pink 58cm Trek 770 for quite a while. Definitely a tough find. Ended up going with an ‘87 Schwinn Super Sport to satisfy my pink fix. Not a 770 but no slouch either. It’s the old adage, I’ll take 50% of something vs 100% of nothing, except in the this case I’ll give a Tenax Super Sport credit for 75%.

Good luck with the search.
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@wschellen That trek 770

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Trek 770

Well, I guess I should have bought it when I saw it!
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I had one for a few years. They are as great a riding bike as everyone says it is. Good luck with your search.


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