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1987 Sterling FS-300

#1 2020-04-10 6:15am

Trial83
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1987 Sterling FS-300

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1987 Sterling FS-300

Another super clean survivor

Just aquired another Sterling for my collection. 04/07/20.  This bike was found all original but the previous owner stripped it down for parts. I was able to get the frame, fork, original bars and the break set, which I did not use. Freestyle 980's like most Sterling's come with.  I replaced those with nos Lee chi calipers and some blue Lee chi levers I had kicking around.  This bike is not done but I threw it together with what I had for parts. For being a lower end Sterling with only an 18" top tube it feels like it's much bigger. Very roomy. Anyway thanks for looking!   I'm still missing the 16" fs-100 if anyone has one kicking around hit me up!!


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