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FROM TRACK: unknown track frame can any of u guys ID this?

Old 05-13-10, 09:26 AM
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FROM TRACK: unknown track frame can any of u guys ID this?

Dear forumer,
i need help in identifying this frame. some info that i get from the buyer, the frame is from the early 80's. use english BB. cant find a serial number. perhaps after removing the paint?
Please i need help in ID-ing this bike for restoration project. Thanks in advance. here some pics.
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I'm going to move this to Classic and Vintage. There are some knowledgeable folks over there.
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some things to check also that would help are 1. seat tube diameter and when you take out the bottom bracket stick your finger inside and feel in the seat and bottom tubes for rifleing. 2. find out if the headset is jis or iso. these can help tell you the tubing used to build it and sometimes the country of origin.
sorry I cant help you more but with the track ends like that it should be easy if you look here. https://www.flickr.com/groups/1453985@N22/ or google track ends and scroll thru the pics maybe you will get lucky.

cheers and good luck
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Curious, how did you arrive at that?


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