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Old 10-19-18, 10:05 AM
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I posted my 92 Trek 1200 earlier in the thread. Figured I would post my 1985 Trek 520 also.




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Don't think I've ever posted this here as a built bike. It's my '82 950 frame built up with mostly Shimano 600.



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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Don't think I've ever posted this here as a built bike. It's my '82 950 frame built up with mostly Shimano 600.



Gah I've been looking for one of those. 27" wheels? 24" frame? Great looking ride!
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Originally Posted by shoota
Gah I've been looking for one of those. 27" wheels? 24" frame? Great looking ride!
Thanks, man. It's a great riding bike. Trying to do it justice. It's a 62cm frame and 700c wheels.
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I, however,have a 27" wheel, 24" frame Trek. It currently resides in NW Ohio. 1980 414.
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I sold a 660 a couple weeks ago, and was wondering what my next Trek would be, and how long before I found one, well....that didn't take long


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Originally Posted by friendofpugs
I don't think this warrants it's own post, so I'll put it here. This is a 1977 TX700 I picked up earlier this summer, and I'm still deciding what to do with it - keep it and get it repainted? Keep it and leave it as is? I know the ol' 'it's only original once' refrain comes to mind, but some of the paint is simply flaking off. It came with Campy NR that I partially removed for some Suntour Cyclone stuff I've been meaning to try (yes, I have much better tires I haven't installed yet). I'm still getting used to the long stays and stable 'low trail' geometry, to be honest. I'd like to use it as a light touring bike, but maybe it's too old for that, I dunno.
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Very nice TX700 even with the flaking paint. I haven’t seen original imron paint flake off like that on these early Treks. Imron paint is only as good as the prep work that goes into these paint jobs. Must have been a bad batch of primer that didn’t stick. Weird that it’s flakng clean of the bare steel...
Can you see a solid color underneath the flakes? A Sold color as in primer. If you only see the shimmery metallic color, then it didn’t get any primer and could also be the reason the paint is falling off so clean.

as far as down tube shifters.. Try installing some Suntour barcon bar end shifters. To me, They do make riding a huge difference compared to down tube shifting.
I have a 1978 514 the exact same color. I bought mine new and still own it. The 1977 and early 1978 Treks had a serious paint problem and I think it was worse on some colors. I guess they used the wrong primer with the Imron paint? I had to send my frame back to the factory in 1979 because it started to flake just like yours. They covered it on warranty. They did a full repaint and I never had problems after that. Mine is 100% original and I will take some pictures and post it when I get a chance.

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This is my dream bike I built from an 1982 NOS 950 frame I found years ago. It is quite the show piece and only been ridden for about an hour and then hung on the wall. It is so very pretty!









Most components except hubs are NOS. Columbus SL/SP Double butted chrome molybdenum frame, Columbus SL/SP chrome molybdenum forks Investment cast fork crown, Investment cast bottom bracket (Cinelli), Seamless thin wall Italian short point lugs (Nikko), Campagnolo 1010B drop outs Andrew Hague Brake Bridge, Campagnolo C-Record seat post, Campagnolo C-Record Front Derailleur Clamp On, Campagnolo Record rear derailleur, Campagnolo C-Record Syncro shifter, Campagnolo Record Bottom Bracket, Sealed Cartridge Unit, 68 mm, 102mm Spindle Width, Cinelli stem 105mm and Cinelli 64-40 bars, Campagnolo Record 1" threaded headset, Campagnolo C Record crankset 170mm 52-42, Campagnolo CHORUS / ATHENA calipers, Campagnolo Super Record hubs 36 spoke (rebuilt), Campagnolo Record carbon brake levers, Specialized Toupe Ti 143 Saddle, Seca Serfas tires 700x23, Shimano PD-M520 pedals
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Originally Posted by stoutblock
This is my dream bike I built from an 1982 NOS 950 frame I found years ago. It is quite the show piece and only been ridden for about an hour and then hung on the wall. It is so very pretty!









Most components except hubs are NOS. Columbus SL/SP Double butted chrome molybdenum frame, Columbus SL/SP chrome molybdenum forks Investment cast fork crown, Investment cast bottom bracket (Cinelli), Seamless thin wall Italian short point lugs (Nikko), Campagnolo 1010B drop outs Andrew Hague Brake Bridge, Campagnolo C-Record seat post, Campagnolo C-Record Front Derailleur Clamp On, Campagnolo Record rear derailleur, Campagnolo C-Record Syncro shifter, Campagnolo Record Bottom Bracket, Sealed Cartridge Unit, 68 mm, 102mm Spindle Width, Cinelli stem 105mm and Cinelli 64-40 bars, Campagnolo Record 1" threaded headset, Campagnolo C Record crankset 170mm 52-42, Campagnolo CHORUS / ATHENA calipers, Campagnolo Super Record hubs 36 spoke (rebuilt), Campagnolo Record carbon brake levers, Specialized Toupe Ti 143 Saddle, Seca Serfas tires 700x23, Shimano PD-M520 pedals
Very nice. Don't see many other folks with one of these. Frame rides like a dream, wouldn't you say?
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Old 10-22-18, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by stoutblock
This is my dream bike I built from an 1982 NOS 950 frame I found years ago. It is quite the show piece and only been ridden for about an hour and then hung on the wall. It is so very pretty!









Most components except hubs are NOS. Columbus SL/SP Double butted chrome molybdenum frame, Columbus SL/SP chrome molybdenum forks Investment cast fork crown, Investment cast bottom bracket (Cinelli), Seamless thin wall Italian short point lugs (Nikko), Campagnolo 1010B drop outs Andrew Hague Brake Bridge, Campagnolo C-Record seat post, Campagnolo C-Record Front Derailleur Clamp On, Campagnolo Record rear derailleur, Campagnolo C-Record Syncro shifter, Campagnolo Record Bottom Bracket, Sealed Cartridge Unit, 68 mm, 102mm Spindle Width, Cinelli stem 105mm and Cinelli 64-40 bars, Campagnolo Record 1" threaded headset, Campagnolo C Record crankset 170mm 52-42, Campagnolo CHORUS / ATHENA calipers, Campagnolo Super Record hubs 36 spoke (rebuilt), Campagnolo Record carbon brake levers, Specialized Toupe Ti 143 Saddle, Seca Serfas tires 700x23, Shimano PD-M520 pedals
Oh wow, that looks fantastic. I'd love to find something like that too some day. Very, very nice!
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Originally Posted by stoutblock
I have a 1978 514 the exact same color. I bought mine new and still own it. The 1977 and early 1978 Treks had a serious paint problem and I think it was worse on some colors. I guess they used the wrong primer with the Imron paint? I had to send my frame back to the factory in 1979 because it started to flake just like yours. They covered it on warranty. They did a full repaint and I never had problems after that. Mine is 100% original and I will take some pictures and post it when I get a chance.
Oh, good to know, that's probably what it is, then. I don't think they'd do a warranty repaint for me now, eh?
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Originally Posted by friendofpugs
Oh, good to know, that's probably what it is, then. I don't think they'd do a warranty repaint for me now, eh?
Wouldn't it be fun to inquire?
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Very nice. Don't see many other folks with one of these. Frame rides like a dream, wouldn't you say?
It has been a few years but from what I remember it felt really good and fit me perfect. It really wanted to fly!
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Originally Posted by friendofpugs
Oh, good to know, that's probably what it is, then. I don't think they'd do a warranty repaint for me now, eh?
I bought it in Portland OR and very few even knew about Trek at the time. I was going to College, and did not have the coin to buy what I really wanted (probably some Italian bike) but the salesman said they were really impressed with these Trek frames. They were not that much more than a Centurian or similar and much less than a similar Italian or French bike. I was really impressed with the bike and the Suntour group but within just a few weeks the paint would peel from even a small nick. Since this was the dealer’s first experience with the line, at first he thought I was abusing it but when he contacted Trek they told him about the problem and to ship it back.

By the time my frame was returned I know the dealer had several more to send back. Must have been tough dealing with this for a new company but they stood behind their product. The second paint job on the bike was beautiful and has lasted very, very well.
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Pictures of my 1978 514 I bought new. I had never heard of Trek back in 1978 but it seemed like a fine bike and the salesman was very impressed with them. The 514 was the best bike I could afford at the time. It turned out to be an awesome bike and got much use during 4 years of college.
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Originally Posted by stoutblock
The 514 was the best bike I could afford at the time. It turned out to be an awesome bike and got much use during 4 years of college.
It is an awesome bike! I have two (same color and everything) - one is with a friend and one is a "guest bike" for visitors not as tall as me.
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That 514 is beautiful! Love the paint color, which, looks to me like they graced the eventual 1980 412/414 (410 frameset) with, of which I have said frameset, albeit with much less perfect paint. Man, perfect paint on an old Trek. Metallic flake FTW.
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Originally Posted by stoutblock
This is my dream bike I built from an 1982 NOS 950 frame I found years ago. It is quite the show piece and only been ridden for about an hour and then hung on the wall. It is so very pretty!
Is this the one with the Fond du Lac bike shop tag on it?
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
I, however,have a 27" wheel, 24" frame Trek. It currently resides in NW Ohio. 1980 414.
Just as a little "hmmm...." 414 was the area code for Trek back in those days. I seem to only remember 2 area codes for the whole state.
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^^^^^ Three, actually. 414 for southeast, 608 for south central/west, 715 for the whole north. 262 has since been added, for the sprawl outside Milwaukee.

There was a Trek 715 BITD, IIRC. But never a 608. A 608 would have to be a 600 series with a very high end gruppo.
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^^^^^ Three, actually. 414 for southeast, 608 for south central/west, 715 for the whole north. 262 has since been added, for the sprawl outside Milwaukee.
I'm nowhere near old enough to remember this- apparently I must've used to sit around and read the phone book at my grandparents' house... But I seem to remember seeing the maps of 414 covering most of the state- it looks like 608 was implemented in 1955. (I do have one of my grandparents' 1956 telephones)

The Wikipedia entry says 262 was added in 1999... which is interesting because I remember my girlfriend lived in Germantown when I lived in Milwaukee in from like 1993-96 ... and I seem to remember the 262 area code coming in with a relation to calling her house.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_code_414
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I was never aware of area codes, period, until sometime in the 70s. I can't imagine anybody actually using them in the 50s. But then I come from rural, stay-at-home stock. At any rate, I'm very much looking forward to riding the 414. The 930 continues to blow me away with each and every ride. Is it the SL? Could be. And so I'm anxious to try 022, as a bookend.
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I bought my first Trek yesterday, a 1988 400T. Pictures will have to wait until it stops raining. It looks as though it was hung upside-down by the wheels for 20 years, the bottom is covered with a thick layer of dust. Everything is original except the saddle and tires. The red paint looks good. There are a few chips, but they should be easy to touch up. All it needs is a thorough going over to clean and lube everything. I'll keep everything stock until I get a chance to ride it a bit and decide from there.
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Saw a post on Facebook from a LBS selling this Trek as you see it with no wheelset. It dawns on me that I have a set of Centurion Araya gold anodized rims that may match the decals nicely in a dark corner of the basement. I'm not a huge fan of dark anodized in general (although in some cases they look great) and certainly wasn't a fan of the gold but as you can see from the picture, I may have found a place for them. Also showing a matrix dark anodized that I also had laying around. Already found a front deraileur. The paint is gorgeous
I think the gold wins ....... yes ?




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The question is, If they will match while in a dark corner of the basement, how will that translate to the light of day?
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