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Old 09-15-12, 12:12 PM
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gotta show of my new trek

been searching awhile for a vintage trek, finally found a 560. guy i bought it off of has around 300 bikes, campy record and nuovo record parts new in the boxes. tons of frames. hes got a colnago super frame and fork thats never had parts on it. when my cash flow gets back up hes got a white and blue fade guerciotti that im gonna pick up. anyways here it is, im at work and all i have is my cell phone, i will get better pics later. all original 105. not sure what im gonna do about the saddle, and i dont really care for the tires, but they are new. i have the original levers but i like non-aero.
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Old 09-15-12, 12:30 PM
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Good to hear there are people out there with more bikes than me. Nice pickup. Vintage Treks are oh so nice, and ones higher up the product line, like this 560, are even nicer!
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Hey now.. I'm king of the blurry cell phone pic. Nice score man!
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Hello Sloar, congratulations, I'm glad you found the Trek you were looking for. By the way, I'm looking for a Raleigh Super Course, let me know if this guy had any. Beautiful 560 you got there, great color.
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Old 09-15-12, 03:21 PM
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thanks, i still wish your trek wouldve been a little smaller.i know he had some fujis and raleighs, not sure which models, he is a huge schwinn collector. in a few weeks when i go back to pick up the guerciotti i will check.
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Old 09-15-12, 03:23 PM
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Hello Sloar, congratulations, I'm glad you found the Trek you were looking for. By the way, I'm looking for a Raleigh Super Course, let me know if this guy had any. Beautiful 560 you got there, great color.
If it is the guy in Carmel, IN, he does have an SC listed. what size?
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Old 09-15-12, 03:29 PM
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not the same guy, but brazuca the super course does look your size..
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Thank you guys, I'm looking for either 23.5" or 25.5". I fit very well on a 24.5" frame but I just found out SC's were not built on this size.
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Great looking Trek. I would love a nice one from that era, I really like all the great details.

Lots of NOS stuff eh? Elwood In....hhhmmm 225 miles to the Buckeye then 230ish to the Hoosier... I Think I need to take a road trip!!
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