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Chance frame: 17" c-t (medium frame)
with a 21" top tube. Great early Fat with nice
paint in an uncommon Fat color., Press fit bottom
bracket, 1" head tube, Shimano dropouts, 26.8mm post, U or
roller cam brake, 128mm rear spacing, 3.2" head tube length,
TIG welded (very small clean bead). Usual scuffs.
As with all early Fats, there is some bubbling under the
paint from the sealed tubes (see pictures). The lower
cable stop for the rear brake mount is also cracked in half.
The matching fork may be available on the forks page and, if
so, they can be bought for $500 for both frame and fork $400
Goat Whiskeytown Racer 2006: 19" c-t (large frame)
from the first batch of the "new" Mountain Goats.
Built by Jeremy Sycip out of Reynolds 535 cro-moly tubing.
Set up as follows: actual 23.25 top tube, 5" head tube, 1
1/8" correct for 80mm fork, 68mm bb, 135mm rear spacing,
Paragon sliders with hanger (can run geared or single
speed), good amount of chain suck and small ding on chain
stay. If we duplicate this frame now, it is $1,750 so you
can save $1,000!
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frame and fork: Looks to be a high quality frame with nicely thinned lug
work. Dropouts are Coppi. I am guessing it is a
Coppi bike but someone else may have used the drop outs?
Serial number is 0864 and the frame is a 64 c-c so it
appears to be a very low serial number? Fork is a
generic Tange chrome fork. Bottom bracket is 70mm
Italian and rear spacing is 125mm. Amateur fad paint
job. 61cm top tube, Tange Levin headset.
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Fastab tandem frame and fork by Tom Boyden of Garland, TX:
Lugged tandem frame from the late 1970's. 1" head
tube, fork included, stoker stem included, uses a timing
ring for tension (no pulley), cantilever / V brake
compatible, Suntour drop outs, 126mm rear spacing.
Captain is 22" c-c with 22" top tube. Stoker is 21"
c-c with 23" top tube. Twin boom tubes, 68mm bottom
brackets. Rattle can paint job with overspray.
Shipping will likely be around $150
|American Montaneus adjustable head angle frame and fork: One of the more interesting experiments in the early days of mountain biking, adjustable head angle. There had been a great debate about the best head angle so this bike allowed you change it. See more details on the American history page .Nickel plated fork included along with the press fit bottom bracket (127+/-). 19"c-t or 20" c-way top. 22" top tube. Uses cantilever brake front with rear Roller Cam or U brake. 120 rear spacing. Serial number 1911. This bike has been pretty heavily used, nickel on fork is worn, heli-coil in rear derailleur hanger, fairly heavy chain suck. Raw aluminum can be polished up nicely though. For more pictures CLICK HERE $395|
|Boulder full suspension frame and Rock Shox fork: Always one of my favorite FS designs. The rear shock is integrated into the top tube for a super clean look. Includes Aheadset, Control Tech stem (135mm+/-) and Ti bottom bracket (127mm +/-). Serial number 70513, 19" frame c-t, approximately 22.5" top tube (depends on where you measure it), rear spacing 135+, I am guessing it was repainted at some time and the paint chipped relatively easily. We had it on display so assume the shocks needs rebuilt it you plan on riding it. Fork seems to operate fairly smoothly. Rear has a modest amount of side-to-side play. For more pictures CLICK HERE SOLD||SOLD|
|1993 American M-16 frame: 17" frame (center-center) or about 18" (center-top of seat tube) with a 21.5" top tube. Canti or V brake compatible, black anodized frame, no decals, beautiful welds, replaceable derailleur hanger. 135mm rear spacing, threaded boss for front derailleur pulley and 1" head tube. Frame has been lightly used and has a minimal number of blemishes and light chain suck marks. Side shot Head tube area Bottom Bracket area Drop out area Seat tube SOLD||SOLD|
1994 Cannondale Super V frame and fork, full suspension:
135mm rear spacing and
Head Shok fork.
Polished finish and I polished one spot to show
how clean it could be. Head Shok slides freely
and the lock out functions. Rear Fox shock
appears to hold air but doesn't appear to
function. Might need some work.
Requires Head Shok specific stem. Side shot
Lock out knob
|American replaceable derailleur hanger: American was one of the earliest manufacturers to offer a bolt on derailleur hanger but they are no longer being made. We have an extremely limited number of these and have a couple new ones (right side of picture). Since we have several, they may vary slightly from the picture. Screws not included. $95|
American replaceable derailleur hanger:
American was one of the earliest
manufacturers to offer a bolt on derailleur
hanger but they are no longer being made.
We have an extremely limited number of these and
have a couple of used ones that are still in
good usable condition (left side of picture).
Since we have several, they may vary slightly
from the picture. Screws not included..
1990's Bontrager Race frame:
(c-all the way top) with 22.25" top tube.
135mm rear spacing and
1" head tube. Includes rear brake studs,
front derailleur pulley and anti chain suck
device. Serial # 9021. Stepped seat stays.
Small ding on the underside of the chain stay,
rear derailleur hanger has a helicoil in it but
|Klein Pinnacle frame: 17" frame (c-way top), with 20.5" top tube. 135mm rear spacing and 1" head tube. Will work with cantilever or V brakes. Includes press fit bottom bracket with spindle, Shimano headset, original Spinner Klein fork, anti chain suck device. Paint has a great sine but does have the typical marks and scuffs from use along with a very small shallow ding on the top (tried to take pictures but it barely shows up). Just add parts. Click on picture to the left to bring up the photo album. $349|
GT Zaskar Aluminum frame: 19" frame
(c-c), 21.5" c-clear top, with 23" top tube.
135mm rear spacing and
1 1/8" head tube.
Includes Shimano Deore XT u Brake, headset cups,
seat clamp, bottle cage and one bb cup (didn't
try to remove it). Not sure of the history
on this one. It appears to have been
painted at one time but it has been stripped.
There is a GT decal kit that will be included so
you could polish the frame and add the decals.
No obvious serial number and the top tube GT cap
is flat. Also has a GT replaceable drop
out. The story that came with the bike was
some type of prototype but who knows? Click
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