Hi. Wondering if you can help identify a 1982 Fuji I just picked up. Based on serial, it was built in Jan. 1982 and is frame #5913 from that year. The only other original part on it is the saddle stem. Between that and the frame material, sticker, I have it narrowed down to what I think is the S-12-LTD. The only think is, there is a faint decal on the top tube that I think reads 'Edition'. Do you know of any models from 82 that have that?Here's photos of it's current state, just got it yesterday...http://www.vizgraphics.com/fuji/
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The bike in question is a "20th Anniversary Edition" commemorating the 20 years that Lifecycle distributed fujis in the US northeast. They were S12S LTD frames painted a deep green with a champagne headbadge. Unlike the LTD, it was a 12 speed, not 18. It had gold annodized rims. I worked at the Lifecycle retail shop in Cambridge MA (1013 Mass Ave) and sold these bikes. I think they retailed for $400 or so.
I( just bought what appears (by the serial number) to be a 1972 Fuji Absolute. It appears to be all original. Is it worth restoring to ride?
Hey. I recently wrecked my dad's '76 ('77?) Fuji America frame and I'm looking for a replacement as it was his baby and he loved it to death. There's not much chance that that beauty is a 27' and you'd be willing to sell it (whole or just frame) by any chance? If not, which I would completely understand, would you be able to help me get my hands on one? Or direct me to somewhere I should look? Thanks.
A correction to my previous comment, it was a 25" frame. They didn't make a 27"
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