+ actual S&H.
+ actual S&H.
Last edited by Wheels Of Steel; 06-09-14 at 01:33 PM.
i think golden arrow was 105, but still super cool
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125 + s&h?
Howzabout 100 + s&h? This frame and these components are too decent to let languish.
Great looking frame and a great price. Can't justify it myself, but the weather is picking up so you should get some bites.
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Still available. I'm on the west coast. Shipping a frameset this size to the midwest should run roughly 40; east coast, a bit more. I have some parts that would fit this frameset nicely that I could throw in the box.
Very interested. What year is the frame?
Last edited by bicipunk; 04-28-14 at 01:15 AM.
Got your pm. But I can't reply via pm because of my post count.
I just wanted to know if it had the magnalight fork or not and that info you gave me answered my questions. I'm interested in purchasing. If you could shoot me a pm with your email so we can talk logistics that'd be great. Cheers
bicipunk passed. Still available.
I'm tempted. My main ride is an '81 Miyata 310 frame painted up and accessorized as an '82. Throw on some lightweight 700Cs, a pair of aero levers (older ultegras get put up for cheap every now and then), an older selle italia saddle, and some silver ratcheting shifters? You'd nearly have my main rig. It's much more responsive than my old Fuji S12-S, and I'm more than able to keep up with my friends on their more modern Crosschecks and Supersixes. Sure, some of that may be the motor. These older frames can have some flex when the power gets put down, but that same quality is what makes them so amazing for longer jaunts on rougher roads. If I get the money, and you still have her, I may send you a message.
I had an early 80's bianchi CDM w/golden arrow except for the cranks a real jazzy looking SR..at 61 c-c and a 60 cm tt I believe it was more your size...I really wanted that guerciotti you had a ways back but again just too lge. good luck
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75 + shipping