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Posted By Brian Gunter

Some better photos that I took this morning. ...

Some better photos that I took this morning.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

All of the photos I have like that are too large...

All of the photos I have like that are too large to upload, so I posted the smaller ones. I will try to get some that will be small enough to post tomorrow...fingers crossed.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Where I have worked, people just said, " I dunno...

Where I have worked, people just said, " I dunno what's wrong with my bike, but I want you to affix it."[/QUOTE]

Nice!
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Posted By Brian Gunter

It is a 24" frame.

It is a 24" frame.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Good advice.

Good advice.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

The serial number was not struck very well and is...

The serial number was not struck very well and is incomplete. The only part I can make out are the numerals 710925, so it is missing the letters in front. Another member of the forums has a similar...
06-17-20, 10:25 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

I posted some info and pics of original...

I posted some info and pics of original components for the 1993 Sequoia above.
06-17-20, 09:23 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

This is the original setup. It is mostly Shimano...

This is the original setup. It is mostly Shimano components with front and rear fenders. It also had an option for a dynamo under the BB that powers a front and rear light. There is a lever behind...
06-17-20, 09:01 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

That is a nice Voyageur, but still a little big. ...

That is a nice Voyageur, but still a little big. Is that an SP?
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Posted By Brian Gunter

That's what I was thinking. As a result I wasn't...

That's what I was thinking. As a result I wasn't sure if any of these were ever offered for retail sale or not. Clearly the one I have was not as evidenced by its lack of clearcoat finish - even...
06-17-20, 11:47 AM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Here's three

I have three touring bikes. Unfortunately none of them are properly sized for my stature. Two are too big and one is too small. The first is a 1974 Schwinn Paramount P10 that is 60cm frame and is...
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Posted By Brian Gunter

I read somewhere that the yellow/red 1987 531's...

I read somewhere that the yellow/red 1987 531's were commissioned by Huffy to send to their Raleigh USA dealers that sponsored race teams. If that is the case there would have been a very limited...
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Serial is A7480.

Serial is A7480.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Further inspection seems to verify it as a P10-9...

Further inspection seems to verify it as a P10-9 as the triple ring does not appear to be original - the third ring is not a Campagnolo, and it has the Campagnolo Nuovo Record derailleur.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

1974 Schwinn Paramount Deluxe Touring

In the wake of the passing of my father, I recently took possession of his bike collection as we shared a love of cycling and both of us raced road and touring bikes in our teens. One of these bikes...
06-10-20, 08:52 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

If in Florida, just leave it outside hanging from...

If in Florida, just leave it outside hanging from a tree branch for 24 hours, then dry next to your air conditioner intake. It'll be ready to go and smell like an torrential downpour.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

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Posted By Brian Gunter

Let's see if I can send a pic of that head badge...

Let's see if I can send a pic of that head badge now.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Yes, I really like the color scheme on this bike....

Yes, I really like the color scheme on this bike. Thanks.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Mine is the same.

Mine is the same.
06-09-20, 09:37 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

You take it off long enough to dry out?

You take it off long enough to dry out?
Forum: Introductions
06-09-20, 09:32 PM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Thanks

Thanks
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Will have head badge pic tomorrow.

Will have head badge pic tomorrow.
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Thanks for your insights and great pics. I have...

Thanks for your insights and great pics. I have spent a lot of time trying to figure out what type of frame this was and when I saw a post from Plonz in another forum I had the answers I had been...
Forum: Introductions
06-06-20, 10:39 AM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

Welcome

I an also new to the forum and also from Florida. I, too, am mostly into vintage bikes and recently had several handed down to me from my father. I can tell you there are a lot out there. Some...
Forum: Introductions
06-06-20, 10:33 AM
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New
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Posted By Brian Gunter

New

Hi! I am new to the forum and wanted to introduce myself. I am from Florida and did some BMX racing and freestyle riding in the early 80s before switching to road racing in the late 80s. I rode a...
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Posted By Brian Gunter

1987 Raleigh USA 531c Frame and forks

Wondering what the value might be on a 1987 Raleigh USA 531c Frame and forks. It was made in England and shipped to dealers in the US that sponsored racing teams. This frame was shipped in the...
06-06-20, 10:05 AM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

This is awesome

Some beautiful bikes here!
06-06-20, 09:15 AM
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Posted By Brian Gunter

I have this frame, too

One of these recently came into my possession and I have been searching everywhere to determine the year, model, and origin of this frame. Last year, my father passed and left me his bike collection...
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