FS: 1983 or 84 Specialized Stumpjumper Sport as fixed or tourer

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vegbreath
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Hey.

I want to get rid of a vintage stumpjumper sport that is currently set up as a winter fixed gear with stainless berthoud fenders. But I don’t know what to sell it as. It works fine as a dependable winter bike, but it’s well documented as a capable touring bike and even something to hop around in the woods with. I can get you on your way toward having it set up as a touring bike (original, well-kept, sealed bearing wheels, bar end shifters, drop bars and brake levers, etc.) if you’re interested.

Or I could just sell it to you as is, and you figure the rest out. I just want to get rid of it. It fits like a 55-56 when it has 47’s on. I have street tires for it as well, and probably a slag heap of other components that would make it more versatile. Let me know. Or if you think no one will want this and I have to keep it until the world gets all melty and reclaims its elements from our selfish metallurgical uses, then say that too.


vegbreath
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also, there’s a shimano front dynohub laced to a specialized rim that i’ve never had the chance to use. that’s helpful for winter night rides and long trips. you’ll love it, just like i love erok.


brian j
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Do you have any idea as to price in its current fixed gear state?


wojty
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Very interested, in either fixed or touring states, depending on the price. My lady friend rides one of these that is too small or me, but this sounds perfect.


vegbreath
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It would be like $250 to $300 or so depending on everything included and what you’re interested in doing with it. I hope that sounds reasonable.


wojty
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Yup, still interested for that range…

If you def want to sell, PM me or email at bwojtyna.at.gmail

And we can talk setup/price details.

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