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Old 02-19-24, 08:31 AM
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$125. vintage p. wood 700c / Bothell, washington

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Looks like Weinmann Concave rims, Simplex skewers..
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$300 for recently tuned up LeMond. Rather than appreciate me noticing that crack, seller told me to pound sand.

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... here's a looker from the PNW...

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A frame size that might interest @RiddleOfSteel.
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1987 Trek 560 EX - $250 (santa rosa)

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Originally Posted by XxHaimBondxX
$300 for recently tuned up LeMond. Rather than appreciate me noticing that crack, seller told me to pound sand.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3741258041740/

Where is the crack now?
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Maserati - MT-6 - West Lake Village, CA
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Originally Posted by icemilkcoffee
Where is the crack now?
non drive crank.
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Originally Posted by SoCaled
Maserati - MT-6 - West Lake Village, CA
https://ventura.craigslist.org/bik/d...719018272.html

rebadged Trek 710?
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Anyone in Indy?

This looks interesting: https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/191269842
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Originally Posted by XxHaimBondxX
$300 for recently tuned up LeMond. Rather than appreciate me noticing that crack, seller told me to pound sand.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3741258041740/

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Originally Posted by highlander8
Ahhh.. the good, yet elusive brakeset boasting the tried-and-trued stopping power and robustness characteristic of bygone French ingenuity. I can only count with one hand the times I've ever seen them sold stock on a complete bike. They're the kind of gems we bike enthusiasts search the ends of the earth for.. ahhh, the sweet taste of scarcity.
[looks up from browsing the local classifieds on leboncoin]
If Mafac RAID brakes flip your switch - I live in France and can facilitate ...they can be found for considerably less than $140usd here.

for ex :


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In what sense would the funny business.

Originally Posted by XxHaimBondxX
rebadged Trek 710?
..of rebadgement apply in a case of a reputable in-house American shop out of waterloo, wi to have been subcontracted to make frames for a lesser known company from what it appears is based out of Italy? Maybe in the case of high demand and low supply in the period of bike boom. So, all things considered, a rebadged 82-83 710 trek?

Similar to this one--->






https://www.facebook.com/share/MdEfp...ibextid=kL3p88

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
A frame size that might interest @RiddleOfSteel.
I saw that just a few days ago and noticed the Avocet headset. I am 99.9% positive that was the frameset I had and sold. $175 for all of that is a superb deal, and the paint, in the sunlight, is absolutely gorgeous. I've thought about making a run up north (and combining it with seeing friends from the past), but here's the thing: I have a purple (repainted and funkily faded) 510 of the same year that I picked up shortly after moving down to the Portland area in late 2022. It rides the same. Tried selling it with lesser parts, but am 3x into last-ditch efforts to see if any of my fancy parts and wheels could shake that and wouldn't you know? They did! An epic bike that also happens to be liked by my niece (the color) and nephew (playing with the Di2 shifting). Would that in chestnut brown look even cooler? Yes. But I need to call it at some point.

There's a 66.5cm (CTT) Specialized Sequoia + parts for sale in town for a great deal and that is even more intriguing. I can't buy 'em all!

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
I am 99.9% positive that was the frameset I had and sold.
😖 I shoulda known. 😂
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Originally Posted by XxHaimBondxX
$300 for recently tuned up LeMond. Rather than appreciate me noticing that crack, seller told me to pound sand.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3741258041740/

I also messaged the seller.
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I was also looking at the frame
Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Where is the crack, perchance?
Originally Posted by curbtender
non drive crank.
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Originally Posted by yellowbarber
[looks up from browsing the local classifieds on leboncoin]
If Mafac RAID brakes flip your switch - I live in France and can facilitate ...they can be found for considerably less than $140usd here.
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Mais, oui...! That's about what I paid for the set of RAIDs I got on eBay.fr for my PX-10 650b. I've had good luck buying parts from France.
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Originally Posted by Mike_Z
Agreed, looks like full Campagnolo Chorus group set, but quite a road trip over to Indianapolis.
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Speaking of rebadged treks.

Originally Posted by highlander8;23Treks.
..of rebadgement apply in a case of a reputable in-house American shop out of waterloo, wi to have been subcontracted to make frames for a lesser known company from what it appears is based out of Italy? Maybe in the case of high demand and low supply in the period of bike boom. So, all things considered, a rebadged 82-83 710 trek?

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https://www.facebook.com/share/MdEfp...ibextid=kL3p88
Speaking of rebadged treks, i cant for the life of me figure out what this might be. The distinguishing features are the 27in wheels, vertical dropouts, fender eyelets, no water bottle brazeons and Japanese components. There's a hint of a head badge poking out, but it's still hard to tell based on the pictures. My best guess is a Trek sport touring model from the late 80s/early 90s. Or I could be completely missing it. Anybody else want to take a crack?

---->the grey one in the front with an aftermarket white-colored decal




https://www.facebook.com/share/1axpN...ibextid=kL3p88
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Earth to seller

Panasonic-made super sport in Albertville, ALERBAMERS. I've previously made voyages crossing through Alabama for a bike some moons ago; really, probably one of the most beautiful states to travel in, where you see just opulence of the old, antiquated South and blue blooded old money.

Anyway, I can't get this work of a sellerr to respond.. maybe it wasn't meant to be. So frustrating with these kinds of sellers..






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Originally Posted by Vitma
Looks like full Campagnolo Chorus group...
But what are these pedals?




Edit: Velobase says C Record.

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Originally Posted by highlander8
Speaking of rebadged treks, i cant for the life of me figure out what this might be. The distinguishing features are the 27in wheels, vertical dropouts, fender eyelets, no water bottle brazeons and Japanese components. There's a hint of a head badge poking out, but it's still hard to tell based on the pictures. My best guess is a Trek sport touring model from the late 80s/early 90s. Or I could be completely missing it. Anybody else want to take a crack?

---->the grey one in the front with an aftermarket white-colored decal




https://www.facebook.com/share/1axpN...ibextid=kL3p88
I don’t think trek at all, not with that 600 group, fork crown, or dropout. It does have single bottle bosses. Looks more Japan or Taiwan. I don’t see any indication that the wheels are 27” maybe they are.
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66
I don’t think trek at all, not with that 600 group, fork crown, or dropout. It does have single bottle bosses. Looks more Japan or Taiwan. I don’t see any indication that the wheels are 27” maybe they are.

I'm confused why we would be thinking Trek at all.
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66
I don’t think trek at all, not with that 600 group, fork crown, or dropout. It does have single bottle bosses. Looks more Japan or Taiwan. I don’t see any indication that the wheels are 27” maybe they are.
Oh yeah, Trek never outsourced their production to foreign soil. But didn't they in the later years? Not certain. It wouldnt matter, because this bike looks like it had been made in the early eighties. I draw a blank conclusion on all those parts. Maybe, it could be a Japanese Bianchi or just a Nishiki. The fork crown is unique for the bike, as well. And no point in asking the seller, because it seems he maybe doesn't know what he has on his hands.

Hmmm..

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