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1987 Centurion Dave Scott Expert Funny Bike

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Tange 1

Shimano 105


too damn small for me.. 4 Sale 380 shipped

People who friended this bike flatblackcapo, man_eater, mko518, van, rburnham13, campystamp, per.k

Front tire is 24" (520)

The bike was made in consultation with Terry, for women.


What size iS the front tire????


The guy can ship a bike like no one's business.



The guy can ship a bike like no one's business.


It looks like dessert

It looks like dessert

so what size is this and

so what size is this and what are you selling it for?

funny frame

Go ahead churz, sell it. There will be more......


EDIT: I kinda came off as a jerk in my previous comment. Just wanted to let you know that I'm almost entirely certain that this is not a TT bike, rather designed with small women in mind, having a smaller front wheel to accommodate a shorter top-tube, like the older Terry frames.

sup f00 you sell the bianchi

sup f00 you sell the bianchi with the ofmega stuff finally

im the guy that bought the nashbar from you SUCKA

no f'in way I just bought

no f'in way I just bought that exact same (but different,has 700 up front) bike for my I know the year thanks.what size and how much do you want?


you get the alternating miami vice color schemes up to 88 i believe. starting in 89 the centurions had the greyish marble-ized looking paint...

Ironman paint

You're pretty close. 85 (very rare) was basically a rebadged Comp TA, single color. 86 had two-tone, with grey on grey, lots of similar colors until the end of the year, then two-tones with contrast. 87 continued the two-toned theme, and towards the end, a few straight fades. 88 hatched the smoked purple fade, and some other straight fades, plus a carbon fiber model. 89 had the grey marbled fade, the blue smoked fade, and the all-black.


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