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Selling my 1986 54cm Specialized Allez. Parts are a combo of Campagnolo Record (Nuovo, Super/Strada), Shimano Dura-Ace, and Vintage Cinelli. Frame is Tange Prestige tubing, and a unique version of the early Allez that was sold only to Specialized dealers/shops*. In other words, a vintage bike dork's dream.

If you're 5'8"-5'11", believe that #steelisreal, and want to own a piece of cycling history**, you could do a lot worse. This bike is amazingly fun to ride and totally competitive against modern road bikes, but would also be a worthy window display piece. It's in immaculate condition (a handful of paint chips on the drive-side chainstay, and that's about it), so much so that it STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL TIRES FROM 1986, and they are A-OK. No cracking in the sidewalls at all, 31 years later.

Build Details:

* Frame: 54cm, Tange Prestige tubing, investment cast lugs
* Fork: Tange Prestige blades, CroMo steerer tube, investment cast fork crown
* Bottom Bracket: Shimano "Early" Dura Ace (7400)
* Headset: Shimano "Early" Dura-Ace (7400)
* Wheelset: Specialized Stage Racing sealed hubs to Saturae HC20 36-hole clinchers
* Tires: Specialized Turbo | S 700x25C
* Chain: Sedis SedisSport
* Pedals: Campagnolo 4021 (Super Record Strada)
* Crankset: Campagnolo 1049/A (Strada Super Record, 172.5), 42/52 Chainrings
* Front Derailleur: Campagnolo 1052/1 (Record, 2nd Version)
* Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo 1020/A (Nuovo Record, Version 3, Pat. 71)
* Shift Levers: Campagnolo 1013/5 (Record)
* Cassette: Suntour Winner Pro 7sp Freewheel 12-23
* Stem: Cinelli 1A (Early Version)
* Handlebar: Cinelli '66 Campione del Mondo
* Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace BR-7700
* Brake Levers: Shimano 105 "Golden Arrow" BL-Z306
* Cane Creek brake hoods (the one and only "meh" on this bike)
* Seatpost: Campagnolo Gran Sport 3800 27.2
* Saddle: Cinelli Unicanitor 2 (suede)
* Silca Impero Frame Pump (50cm)

New Fizik cloth bar tape, all new cables and housings. Bottom Bracket, headset, and hubs serviced and repacked w/Phil Wood Grease.

Please, don't haggle on this one. I know what I've got, and it's in great condition. If you would like to take it for a test drive, please be sure to bring $ for a deposit while you're out riding.

*some forums where I did the ID research:

**no, for real, this was the warm-up bike for the American Team in the 1986 Coors Classic, the US' response to the Tour de France. And in 1986, a dude named Greg Lemond went all the way to first place after working out the kinks on this same frame. Plus, Kevin Costner rode this baby in American Flyers with Cinema's most glorious mustache, ever.