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Old 11-12-19, 03:36 PM
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BTW, was there a decision about sorting in the spreadsheet? If we sort by column D in descending order, I think adding new entries at the top makes sense. My entry currently sits at the bottom though. It's the only one so far which has an "added" date.
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Old 11-21-19, 03:21 PM
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Seems quite unlikely that Google spreadsheets would be so infected. If it legitimately has a Trojan, we're all in big trouble. I don't know what anti-virus (?) software might be reporting that, but I suspect they need to update their fingerprints.
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Old 11-28-19, 11:10 PM
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Hi All, I stumbled across a nice condition 1983 Trek 520 in Gunmetal Blue yesterday... I would be interested in a swap for something a few inches shorter, something in the neighborhood of 22"-23" seems to work for me. Doesn't have to be the exact same bike, just something of similar quality/weight.

Would also consider trade for some cranks/aluminum wheels I can use for my Motobecane.
I may have what you need for a trade.
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Old 11-30-19, 01:32 AM
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Here is an 87 Schwinn Traveler 25".
I'd love to pass the frame and fork on via trade something 58cm or 23" Im in the monterey bay area if anyone is local. Otherwise I can ship.
No dents or damage. Scratches only.

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Old 12-01-19, 02:13 PM
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72-73 Colnago Pantografata

Hello. I have a beautiful 72-73 colnago super pantografata frameset with original paint and decals. Zero damage. I really love this bike but itís unfortunately too small for me at 53 center to top. I ride between 56-58 preferably 57. I would consider a frameset swap for a Cinelli supercorsa, pogliaghi, de rosa, colnago, masi, galmozzi. Iím looking for a frameset swap for something in my size. Would be great if someone had the same bike same condition in my size but will consider aforementioned bikes. If I donít trade it Iím ok with that. Just gonna let this sit here and see what happens.

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60 cm Columbus SP ctt Tim Paterek

Silver Brazed. Iconic Henry James fork crown, superb details Glowing (old formulation) Dupont Imron. Barely ridden, then in climate controlled NYC storage. Zero rust tubes, outside and in. Some paint chips, but unreal show condition. Want to trade for small shop lugged American builders in 23" or very close. Willing to make adjustments for paint condition. Great if you've got one that looks like this but looking for recognized American hand builders of seventies and eighties, undamaged, minor rusting is ok.




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The War Department has decided I need to clear out the space. I have a 58 cm Schwinn Premis F&F that needs to find a new home. Tenax tubing. I think it was a one year production but still labeled Chicago. 1987 build? Cost of shipping and it is yours. PM me, MH
Follow up: claimed on 2-3-20 Thanks folks. Likely more to come as War Department continues to claim I have too many toys.

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Old 02-02-20, 08:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
The War Department has decided I need to clear out the space. I have a 58 cm Schwinn Premis F&F that needs to find a new home. Tenax tubing. I think it was a one year production but still labeled Chicago. 1987 build? Cost of shipping and it is yours. PM me, MH
Ugh! Why couldnít it have been a 63.5cm?!!!!
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Old 02-03-20, 07:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
The War Department has decided I need to clear out the space. I have a 58 cm Schwinn Premis F&F that needs to find a new home. Tenax tubing. I think it was a one year production but still labeled Chicago. 1987 build? Cost of shipping and it is yours. PM me, MH
PM sent. Is that 58cm C-T or C-C?
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
The War Department has decided I need to clear out the space. I have a 58 cm Schwinn Premis F&F that needs to find a new home. Tenax tubing. I think it was a one year production but still labeled Chicago. 1987 build? Cost of shipping and it is yours. PM me, MH
Thanks for the additional dimension info. 56cm top tub is just too small. regrettably I have to pass.
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76 Colnago Super for ?

Hello I have a 76 colnago super frameset with original paint and decals. Itís a size 56. I love this bike I just have a few colnagos and would like to see if anyone out there would want to do a trade so I can add to my collection. Iíd be willing to make a trade for a cinelli, pogliaghi, masi, galmozzi, Schwinn Paramount frameset. Looking for something from the same era. I ride 56-60. Thx

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Old 02-07-20, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Zen10NiN View Post
Hello I have a 76 colnago super frameset with original paint and decals. Itís a size 56. I love this bike I just have a few colnagos and would like to see if anyone out there would want to do a trade so I can add to my collection. Iíd be willing to make a trade for a cinelli, pogliaghi, masi, galmozzi, Schwinn Paramount frameset. Looking for something from the same era. I ride 56-60. Thx

Is this a 56 center to center or center to top?
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
Is this a 56 center to center or center to top?
I believe it is center to top. But I can send you pics with a tape measure on it. Send me PM if you are looking to do a trade
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Originally Posted by Zen10NiN View Post
I believe it is center to top. But I can send you pics with a tape measure on it. Send me PM if you are looking to do a trade
yeah 56 C to C is about as small as I ride now so likely won't work. I have an older Davidson racing bike in your size but you're not really looking for an American bike.
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Originally Posted by Zen10NiN View Post
Hello. I have a beautiful 72-73 colnago super pantografata frameset with original paint and decals. Zero damage. I really love this bike but it’s unfortunately too small for me at 53 center to top. I ride between 56-58 preferably 57. I would consider a frameset swap for a Cinelli supercorsa, pogliaghi, de rosa, colnago, masi, galmozzi. I’m looking for a frameset swap for something in my size. Would be great if someone had the same bike same condition in my size but will consider aforementioned bikes.
You have what I'm looking for in height; I generally ride 51-53cm c-c so size is good there. What is your TT length? I have a complete Colnago Super, c. 1975 (original parts Nuovo Record, dated '74), blue w/chrome fork. ST is 57 cm c-c, approx. 58.5 c-t (need to check TT length). I wasn't planning on letting it go stripped of parts; but seeing your frame has me thinking. I've never seen an example of my frame with the decals it has (OE decals/paint) so I have never been able to determine exact year even though seeing examples of all the range of frames from the '70s (if accurately dated). Bike is not presently at hand thus no good photo(s)(Colnago rear quarter shown w/purple Basso, not the "GAP"). No dents, damage other than the years of wear on paint/decals; minor rust in some areas. Similar condition to your frame. I will check if I have anything else in your size that might be of interest to you. I do have an excellent condition rare GION frameset, '80s, only about 200 made. Built by Giovanni Pelizolli (Ciocc frame builder), signed, panto'd. Also, have a Basso "MOOR GAP" in very good condition, complete w/primarily Super Record group. I need to check actual sizes on both, but in the 57-58 cm range. Would you consider selling? You may PM me with comments. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by norcalmike View Post
Here is an 87 Schwinn Traveler 25".
I'd love to pass the frame and fork on via trade something 58cm or 23" Im in the monterey bay area if anyone is local. Otherwise I can ship.
No dents or damage. Scratches only.
I might have something for you. Cannondale ST-400 1989. Beautiful blue metal flake. Some chipping on the fork and frame. I had it built up w/ 10-speed Shimano 105 (130 OLD rear) but it turns out that 23" meant something different than what I'm used to in terms of MTB (I'm 6'5"). If 25" = roughly 60cm, I'd be down to trade. Pic below for you.
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23" Cannondale ST-400 1989 Touring Bike

Howdy! Figured I would post some new/better pics of the Cannondale. Hoping for something big - I'm 6'5", so 25"/60cm or maybe larger. Would prefer something with decently big tire clearance- if it was designed around 27", then that would be perfect. Thanks!



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Originally Posted by Pynchonite View Post
Howdy! Figured I would post some new/better pics of the Cannondale. Hoping for something big - I'm 6'5", so 25"/60cm or maybe larger. Would prefer something with decently big tire clearance- if it was designed around 27", then that would be perfect. Thanks!
I've got a couple of bikes you might be interested in:
Motobecane, 62cm Grand Touring, 27" wheels, long/touring chainstays.
Peugeot, 60cm, PGN-10 with Reynolds frame, 700c wheels, a racier frame, no braze-ons for racks, iirc.

your Cannondale is my size.
I will take pix if you're interested. Coincidentally, I'm flying to SLC in 10 days, which would make for an easy/inexpensive swap.

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Originally Posted by sunburst View Post
I've got a couple of bikes you might be interested in:
Motobecane, 62cm Grand Touring, 27" wheels, long/touring chainstays.
Peugeot, 60cm, PGN-10 with Reynolds frame, 700c wheels, a racier frame, no braze-ons for racks, iirc.

your Cannondale is my size.
I will take pix if you're interested. Coincidentally, I'm flying to SLC in 10 days, which would make for an easy/inexpensive swap.

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Sounds great! Sent you a PM.
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