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Old 12-03-13, 02:13 PM   #9926
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Might as well show mine.....put on your sunglasses lol!

The paint is really nice, so I'll leave it as is.


I upgraded the RD and hubs to Deore LX...still looking for a bottom pull FD. A forum member had a NOS set of black Deore LX canti's for sale, but I forgot who it was.

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Old 12-03-13, 02:59 PM   #9927
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Wow, that looks to be in really nice condition for early 80's 710. Is it mostly original components? You found this where?
Forgot to mention it's a 1000. Matches the catalog specs exactly but they did make blue as well in '81. A touring saddle would be nice. It's original except for saddle, tires and a new chain.

Oh, and brake hoods, they are on the way.
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Old 12-03-13, 08:47 PM   #9928
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Arkel bags--a pair of t-42's and a "Lunchbox", with a diamondback bike outfitted with Kool Stops and slick 1.5" tires... one hundred samolians, dudes. Extra tires, tubes, and stands "thrown in." CL Photo.



Even my wife was pretty psyched when I walked in the door with them.

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Wow. Those are nice. I'm not even angry about that.
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Old 12-04-13, 08:12 PM   #9929
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nice.. the Outlook isn't the most exciting in the DB lineup but for the price and the extras you did well
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Old 12-04-13, 08:22 PM   #9930
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I am super happy with this catch, they are all NOS and were $35 each. Can anyone tell me when the yellow label ones were produced? I am guessing late '80s but I am not sure. The real challenge now lies in finding another yellow one...



The rims a kind of considered as the French grail rims from the 80's by collectors...
Asking prices for NOS Mavic SSC rimset have been running around $300+ at eBay.
But they don't really seem to sell at those prices.
I wouldn't doubt though that you can sell those NOS rims you got for 35 bucks each at $250 a pair, easy if you want to....
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Old 12-04-13, 08:39 PM   #9931
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nice.. the Outlook isn't the most exciting in the DB lineup but for the price and the extras you did well
Agree, good deal!
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nice.. the Outlook isn't the most exciting in the DB lineup but for the price and the extras you did well
It's a well built bike-- a bit heavy with the bolt-axle wheels and low end drivetrain that's on it, but it was clearly well loved. The soft but clearly constant rub wear on the crankset implies many many miles. The canti brakes + kool stops are really beautifully tuned on it. The gal who sold it to me said that it had been "her baby," and I don't doubt it.

Too small for anyone in the house, so it'll be sold on to recoup some cost and keep my wife happy -- the bike should go live an exciting life on the Yale Campus for a while.
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Old 12-05-13, 10:52 PM   #9933
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I KIND of saved this one from the dump. It was a paintless frame in a pile of parts at the local co-op. I spotted the fork across the room in a fork bin and connected the two. I'd had a less nice Miele go through my hands a couple of years earlier, so I know something about them. It turned out to be a full Columbus SLX frameset. No rack brazes. I can't tell you how great this bike rides. This bike had to have been top of the line. Miele info is very hard to scrape together, but I think this model may have been a Miele Equipe. The frame was in perfect condition. The original paint just fell off, so I carefully rattle canned it and bought some Miele decals. My intention was that it would be a rider, so I didn't want to spend money on a paint job that would get marred up. It's pretty much all Shimano 600 "line lettering", 6 speed indexed. I'm really proud of this bike as you can tell by how much I want to blab about it! I have maybe $60 in this paint, from the decals and spray paint. All the parts I got by buying bikes and reselling what I didn't use to break even.
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Old 12-05-13, 11:42 PM   #9934
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^For such a great looking bike, and 5 posts over 7 years, blab all you like!
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Old 12-06-13, 06:01 AM   #9935
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Got my hands full now!

Well, I couldn't figure out exactly where to post this so here's as god a place as any. I answered a local craigslist ad and came home with all of this for cheap!
What I think I have here is a 1974 Schwinn Voyageur II, a 1970ish Raleigh Grand Prix and a 1970ish Raleigh Super Course Mixte. Bothe the Raleigh's need extensive work but under the grime they're all there and appear to be solid. They both have old school generators and aftermarket fenders, The Grand Prix has a cool little compass and an odometer. The Voyageur II is in really nice shape for the most part. It's missing the stock rear wheel/freewheel and derailleur but otherwise seems original to me. The guy I bought these from took the saddles off to sell separately. He told me they were all Brooks leather
Plans are to restore all three to serviceable condition. Any insights into what I have here would be appreciated. I'll get better pics up soon when I have time.
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Old 12-06-13, 06:22 AM   #9936
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Everybody that pulls a leather saddle of of a vintage bike to sell separately, should receive a light smack on the forehead. Just saying. LOVE the Voyageur!,,,,BD
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Old 12-06-13, 06:47 AM   #9937
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Nice haul on the Schwinn and two Raleighs!
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Old 12-06-13, 10:46 AM   #9938
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I think I saw those on Craigslist...love that Schwinn. Great score.
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Old 12-06-13, 11:29 AM   #9939
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The rims a kind of considered as the French grail rims from the 80's by collectors...
Asking prices for NOS Mavic SSC rimset have been running around $300+ at eBay.
But they don't really seem to sell at those prices.
I wouldn't doubt though that you can sell those NOS rims you got for 35 bucks each at $250 a pair, easy if you want to....
Yes, I have been looking for a used SSC wheelset for awhile now, I never thought I would find the rims on their own for such a good price. I was thinking of using the yellow labeled 36h rim for a modern build, maybe lacing it to a Chris King hub so that I can run a 9 or 10 speed group which would make it very versatile for me as I could swap it between different bikes. The red labeled ones are 28h and I just have to track down some C-Record hubs and I will put them on my '86 De Rosa as I believe they would be period correct for that bike.
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Old 12-07-13, 11:35 AM   #9940
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I got my bike score of the year yesterday.

-Park Tools PRS-2 dual headed shop stand with aluminum tool tray and the heavy metal base plate (getting the base into the basement was not fun, that sucker is heavy)
-1 extra clamp arm, 1 extra extreme range clamp arm, and 2 extra lock blocks
-The hand truck used to transport the stand to my car
-TS-2 truing stand and WAG-4 dish gauge
-Craftsman portable tool chest filled with Craftsman and some Park hand tools
-Brand new Craftsman ratchet/socket/wrench set
-Crate of about 20 various used hubs (medium quality) and many packages of new Wheelsmith spokes
-Used Campy Record 10 speed cassette
-A literal "basket case" (the bike is in boxes) Schwinn Spitfire 5 that seems to be in good condition

The seller was a bike mechanic who had to move within a couple of days. I actually went there just to pick up the stand but he kept piling stuff onto the deal at a crazy bundle price because he needed to get rid of it.
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Old 12-07-13, 12:09 PM   #9941
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Very cool. Please post pics. And if any of the hubs are 36h 600's let me know.
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I got my bike score of the year yesterday.

-Park Tools PRS-2 dual headed shop stand with aluminum tool tray and the heavy metal base plate (getting the base into the basement was not fun, that sucker is heavy)
-1 extra clamp arm, 1 extra extreme range clamp arm, and 2 extra lock blocks
-The hand truck used to transport the stand to my car
-TS-2 truing stand and WAG-4 dish gauge
-Craftsman portable tool chest filled with Craftsman and some Park hand tools
-Brand new Craftsman ratchet/socket/wrench set
-Crate of about 20 various used hubs (medium quality) and many packages of new Wheelsmith spokes
-Used Campy Record 10 speed cassette
-A literal "basket case" (the bike is in boxes) Schwinn Spitfire 5 that seems to be in good condition

The seller was a bike mechanic who had to move within a couple of days. I actually went there just to pick up the stand but he kept piling stuff onto the deal at a crazy bundle price because he needed to get rid of it.
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Old 12-07-13, 01:14 PM   #9942
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I KIND of saved this one from the dump. It was a paintless frame in a pile of parts at the local co-op. I spotted the fork across the room in a fork bin and connected the two. I'd had a less nice Miele go through my hands a couple of years earlier, so I know something about them. It turned out to be a full Columbus SLX frameset. No rack brazes. I can't tell you how great this bike rides. This bike had to have been top of the line. Miele info is very hard to scrape together, but I think this model may have been a Miele Equipe. The frame was in perfect condition. The original paint just fell off, so I carefully rattle canned it and bought some Miele decals. My intention was that it would be a rider, so I didn't want to spend money on a paint job that would get marred up. It's pretty much all Shimano 600 "line lettering", 6 speed indexed. I'm really proud of this bike as you can tell by how much I want to blab about it! I have maybe $60 in this paint, from the decals and spray paint. All the parts I got by buying bikes and reselling what I didn't use to break even.
Great job on the Miele!!!! Looks great. Amazing budget build.
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Old 12-07-13, 02:21 PM   #9943
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I got my bike score of the year yesterday.

-Park Tools PRS-2 dual headed shop stand with aluminum tool tray and the heavy metal base plate (getting the base into the basement was not fun, that sucker is heavy)
-1 extra clamp arm, 1 extra extreme range clamp arm, and 2 extra lock blocks
-The hand truck used to transport the stand to my car
-TS-2 truing stand and WAG-4 dish gauge
-Craftsman portable tool chest filled with Craftsman and some Park hand tools
-Brand new Craftsman ratchet/socket/wrench set
-Crate of about 20 various used hubs (medium quality) and many packages of new Wheelsmith spokes
-Used Campy Record 10 speed cassette
-A literal "basket case" (the bike is in boxes) Schwinn Spitfire 5 that seems to be in good condition

The seller was a bike mechanic who had to move within a couple of days. I actually went there just to pick up the stand but he kept piling stuff onto the deal at a crazy bundle price because he needed to get rid of it.
I love my PRS-2, Similar to you, I got my TS-2 truing stand and my PRS-2 work stand from a bike shop that was closing. We seem to have one around here go under every six months or so. I've gotten everything from used parts and tools to neon signs from bike shops that were closing. It can be a win-win, as typically they need to vacate the space quickly, and a buyer taking a large bundle can really help them out. I've also bought new consumables from shops: tubes, tires, cables, whatever.
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Old 12-07-13, 06:47 PM   #9944
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Picked up this '82 Trek 614 for a song yesterday. Garage wear, all the parts, less wheels. It has steel bolt on wheels that weigh several hundred pounds...

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Picked up this '82 Trek 614 for a song yesterday. Garage wear, all the parts, less wheels. It has steel bolt on wheels that weigh several hundred pounds...

LOL hate the weight! no matter....

i do love that triple with the bail out gear though. i miss my trek 620 a bit, these days
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Old 12-09-13, 05:42 PM   #9947
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After a year of taking the roundabout way to work on every trash day looking for my own "saved from the dump" I finally scored this 1972 Raleigh Record in original condition including the Wrights leather saddle. Sorry for the fuzzy photo, my hands were freezing

I almost threw my back out hoisting this boat anchor into the back of the pickup but I got it running with only new tires and cables (and total breakdown, cleaning and regreasing). I also replaced the stem shifters with a set of downtube shifters I had laying around. I took it out for the first ride this weekend in a light snowfall and I kinda like the ride. With the 1-1/4" tires and super slack headtube it's actually perfect for what I wanted it for- grocery runs, indoor rollers, and foul weather gravel/bike path rides.
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You learn something new every day. I wasn't aware of any saddle back then that had black painted rails. I thought that was a modern Brooks invention to save manufacturing costs? NICE find in that condition, though.,,,,BD
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Nice save, Lotekmod. From the trash yet!
I think you will find these bikes are worth upgrading with a set of alloy wheels.

(Of course, you'll really have to double-down on your trash-day patrol to find a nice set!)
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After a year of taking the roundabout way to work on every trash day looking for my own "saved from the dump" I finally scored this 1972 Raleigh Record in original condition including the Wrights leather saddle. Sorry for the fuzzy photo, my hands were freezing

I almost threw my back out hoisting this boat anchor into the back of the pickup but I got it running with only new tires and cables (and total breakdown, cleaning and regreasing). I also replaced the stem shifters with a set of downtube shifters I had laying around. I took it out for the first ride this weekend in a light snowfall and I kinda like the ride. With the 1-1/4" tires and super slack headtube it's actually perfect for what I wanted it for- grocery runs, indoor rollers, and foul weather gravel/bike path rides.
These are great riders! I've got a bunch of these old Raleighs and I'll take them out when the kids come to visit. They are all strong riders and these bikes are great handling bikes for them. No drama!
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