Gunnar street dog frame handmade in USA
Bought off eBay for my housemate who built it but never used it
55.5 cm ctc top tube
55 cm ctt seat tube
51 cm ctc seat tube
Chipped but no dents
Handmade in Waterford Wisconsin, USA
Beautifully tig welded Reynolds 853 and True Temper Platinum OX
Stainless steel rear drop outs with integrated drop out eyelets
Machined rear brake bridge for rear brake
2 sets of water bottle bosses
Clearance for 700 x 32c tyre
1 1/8th head tube
Same quality as other boutique brands such as Serotta, landshark etc..
Retails at $1150 so asking £350 for what you see (includes seat clamp)
Better pics here https://photos.app.goo.gl/W4jxDVL2JrV3P98T8
Nice. Which fork did your mate use to build it? Any pics of full build?
@picco This is with most of my stuff on it to check if he liked it, before we chucked his clips on. he ended up swapping wheels to my old set and chucking an older carbon fork on so he could use a front brake
@Thrasher think that’s your old glitter stem?
nice! blast from the past.
Thanks for the pic. I'd be sorely tempted if I had a fork to accommodate 32s lying about.
Perhaps add that it's built from 853 and TT platinum OX - GLW(YM's)S
Am I the only one who thinks this is a mad bargain?
It's an awesome bargain but noone rides fixed any more
I'd be tempted if I knew stack and reach. And it was close to my stack and reach obvs.
Can't imagine geo has changed much over the years. Looks like a 540, but could be the size up. Probably need a headtube measurement or something to confirm: http://gunnarbikes.com/site/bikes/street-dog/
Looks more like a 56 to me
Headtube is 162mm, you could get them made to custom dimensions so this may be one of them
I seem to say this a lot, but I wish it were a cm or two bigger.
Silly question, but are your dims in the first post definitely accurate? Just looks (hopefully) bigger in the photos...
Does it have rear brake cable stops?
Will double check for you
@broken_777 wondering where you were. This is perfect size for one of us
I thought this too
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