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Unknown Fuji please help me identify

Old 02-01-23, 04:48 PM
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Unknown Fuji please help me identify

Frame materials? Specs? Is it original?

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Old 02-01-23, 05:05 PM
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Looks like an 84 Espree in anthracite. Specs are in the catalog.
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Yep, lacks only the upper Grab Ons to be a complete period piece.

And it's not really unknown if the name's right on it.
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Pro tip for the future if the name is on the bike: Google "vintage fuji catalogs" and look through them until you start seeing catalogs with Esprees that look similar to yours (based on decal font and placement and other such indicators). Then see find the catalog that offers and Espree in the color yours is. That's the year and all the specs will be listed.

If your curious of the ranking of the bike, the specs at the end of the catalog typically list bikes in descending order from left to right.

Rinse and repeat for most bikes
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