I'm looking for an older road bike to use on an indoor bike trainer for the winter, something that will stay down at my LBS for the next 5 months so I can use it for the spinning classes. Is it unrealistic to think I might find an old Univega, Nishiki, Schwinn, Fuji, or Shogun for $50? I'm just amazed that people on my local craig's list are asking over $100 for Le Tours (didn't they go for $260 originally?) Ross's Panasonics and such which were only $200 bikes to begin with. Is it just me or is there something out of whack about that? I can easily pick up an $800 non suspension mtn bike from the mid to late 80's with really nice components for $50 so why is it so hard to find a low end but decent steel road bike w/ so-so components for the same price?