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Here is classic find. 1984 Trek 400. I noticed this bike was in the rack upstairs at work and I inquired about buying it. The guy GAVE it to me. Thanks Nelson! 4130 true temper chromoly, Sakae SX double crankset 52-42, Nitto Olympiade bars, Sakae Fx quill stem, Shimano drivetrain, 6-speed cassette, Matrix wheels with Maillard 500 hubs. I thought about painting it but cleaned it up real good and with the exception of a few nicks on the chain and seat stays, it is in VERY good shape. So it stays original. Lovin it!
 

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martinrjensen said:
I repainted my old classic and put an 8 speed wheel set on the back. With friction shifters it's pretty easy, but mine wasn't n as good a condition as yours. That looks like a touring length frame. I bet it is pretty comfortable. 27 in wheels or 700's?
It is very comfortable. It rolls on 700's.
 
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