I bought it on eBay for $103.61. The initial estimate for shipping was $60. I emailed the seller for an actual amount. I also emailed him a link to a page with step by step directions of how to box a bike.
Here is the eBay description of the bike:
The frame has some cosmetic nicks but, is a very sound. The frame is bonded aluminum with internal cable routing and the front fork is Chrome Molybdenum. SHIFTERS: Shimano 105 down tube; CRANK: Sakae 170s; CHAIN RINGS: 38 X 52; FREE WHEEL: Sach, 7 speed, 12 X 28; REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano 105; FRONT DERAILLEUR: Suntour; BRAKES & BRAKE LEVERS: Stock; FRONT RIM: Campagnolo Strada Hardox; REAR RIM: Campagnolo Strada Hardrox; SEAT: Ritchey Logic; FRONT & REAR TIRES: New, semi knobby, 700 X 32.
Trek 1000

The auction title said it was “vintage approximately 1992″. But looking at old Trek brochures, I figured out that it is probably a 1990 model because of the color. I will likely remove the knobby tires and replace them with road tires. But….the knobby tires will likely fit on the cyclocross bike I am building!!! The knobby tires that were on the Trek 700 looked pretty beat. Like maybe they were ridden on too much with low air pressure.

I am excited!!!