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Old 02-17-11, 05:09 PM   #8701
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Fuji Lovers check this out in Santa Cruz area! Maybe a 53cm?

Fuji Touring Series IV. 21 inch. Has paniers. $350

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Sweet!

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“MODERNISTIC RECUMBENT SPORT BICYCLE TRIKE CORSA 1970′S” - $1000

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Recumbent trike for sale. Corsa Human Powered racer circa 1970's. Excellent condition. 15 speeds. Handles with excellent precision
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12" wheels on that thing?
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12" wheels on that thing?
Rear looks bigger. I know you're an experienced 'bent rider. So what are you saying, it'll be slow, won't it?
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Rear looks bigger. I know you're an experienced 'bent rider. So what are you saying, it'll be slow, won't it?
i'm just saying 12" wheels sounds crazy. A bigger wheel int he rear on a trike is normal, but that entire thing looks to be in small scale.

smaller wheels != slower, but that said I have no idea how that weird thing would ride. Kinda looks like one of those grasshopper lawnmowers, or whatever they're called.
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i'm just saying 12" wheels sounds crazy. A bigger wheel int he rear on a trike is normal, but that entire thing looks to be in small scale.

smaller wheels != slower, but that said I have no idea how that weird thing would ride. Kinda looks like one of those grasshopper lawnmowers, or whatever they're called.
It does look like more of a toy than a serious machine, but who knows. If I had $1000 as play money, I'd love to try it out.
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It does look like more of a toy than a serious machine, but who knows. If I had $1000 as play money, I'd love to try it out.
you can get a decent used catrrike or somethng like that for less than 1G on ebay of hostel shoppe or bentrideronline.com
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Sweet!

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“MODERNISTIC RECUMBENT SPORT BICYCLE TRIKE CORSA 1970′S” - $1000

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Recumbent trike for sale. Corsa Human Powered racer circa 1970's. Excellent condition. 15 speeds. Handles with excellent precision
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Needs more lazer tits. Lmao.
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Old 02-17-11, 09:09 PM   #8711
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Old 02-17-11, 09:41 PM   #8712
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Fuji Touring Series IV. 21 inch. Has paniers. $350

Nice bike, looks smaller than 53. More like 48.
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Old 02-17-11, 09:45 PM   #8713
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Nice bike, looks smaller than 53. More like 48.
I think the picture is misleading as the pump makes the headtube look shorter than it is but if there is enough space to fit a pump between the lugs on the head tube it can't be a 48.
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Old 02-17-11, 10:29 PM   #8714
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Zullo 58cm - Looks nice, but I have my fair share. Very nice riding bikes folks!

Often have interesting, noteworthy frame details.

http://jerseyshore.craigslist.org/bik/2194549281.html



Road bike - Race Quality Zullo - $650 (Eatontown)
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58CM ZULLO- COLUMBUS SL FRAME CAMPAGNOLO RECORD- PENTAGRAGHED - SELLE SEAT - FIRST $700 -clossic Columbus tubing- Never Race

I used the wider handle bars - i have a couple of different seats to choose from.

I also have some large jerseys - older probably collectable

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Old 02-17-11, 11:18 PM   #8715
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They used a bunch of different tubing from what I recall. I definitely had a 531 version of the same bike in question.
Raleigh 555 was rumored to be a "Reynolds" tubeset. That color Grand Prix came Reynolds 531 only. I have one.
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A friend of mine bought one of these at the Madison, WI bike swap meet. He is known for buying unusual bikes. I think this one qualifies.

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Looks to be a 25 in. SLT/LT maybe?
http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/2221469620.html

"I have for sale a Schwinn 12 Speed Bike, chrome moly 4130. It has Diacompe Brakes. I'm not sure how big the frame exactly, but it is a bigger bike. It would be great to turn into a single speed. $75"
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Quintana Roo Kilo Private Reserve (46 cm) Triathlon Bike - $200 (gilbert)
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Bianchi Tipo Corsa Pro Shop - $300 (South Shore)

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Professional shop construction. 52 cm (I believe). Flattened rear stays, teardrop front forks. Better craftsmanship than the typical racing Bianchi. Never crashed. Some Campy, Ofmega Mistral crank is worth the price alone--these are very rare!

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IIRC, these were nice touring bikes:

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Vintage Trek Roadbike '81 - $400 (Beverly)

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This is a vintage Trek 414 roadbike, '81. 54cm. It is has rare Ishiwata CrMo 002 double butted tubing and an Avocet Condor Seat. In great working condition, but could use new tires. Hasn't been ridden in years. Will send pictures if you are interested.

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Old 02-18-11, 04:51 PM   #8721
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Yam! The sad news that all racers are the size of my calf... and so is the size of their bikes

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Bianchi Tipo Corsa Pro Shop - $300 (South Shore)

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Professional shop construction. 52 cm (I believe). Flattened rear stays, teardrop front forks. Better craftsmanship than the typical racing Bianchi. Never crashed. Some Campy, Ofmega Mistral crank is worth the price alone--these are very rare!

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Old 02-18-11, 04:56 PM   #8722
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http://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/bik/2221450283.html
I want the components and wheelset off this bad boy.

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Bianchi Tipo Corsa Pro Shop - $300 (South Shore)

Rolling on tubulars... This is a good deal.

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Professional shop construction. 52 cm (I believe). Flattened rear stays, teardrop front forks. Better craftsmanship than the typical racing Bianchi. Never crashed. Some Campy, Ofmega Mistral crank is worth the price alone--these are very rare!


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This is a good deal. I spy tubulars.
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Old 02-18-11, 05:23 PM   #8723
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I can facilitate for you if you are seriously interested! 650c wheels right? and I really want that bianchi!
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Crap. It probably does have 650's. Oh well.
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'87 Trek 330, Reynolds 531, almost new condition (I have to say I don't think the seller is lying, this thing looks really clean.), $300.

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"1987 Trek 330 Elance road bike. Bought new by my stepfather in 1987 and he rode it for a whopping 9 miles before storing it in his basement. I was given it last year. I took it to the Trek store in Madison, WI and had them do their 200.00 ultrasonic cleaning/ tuneup. The whole bike is taken apart and ultrasonically cleaned, fame polished wheels trued,everything re-greased...ect. I also had them put on new cables and cable housing as well as bar tape. Originally the cable housing and bar tape were white. New tires and tubes were intsalled. Total cost was a little over 300.00. . It recieved a couple paint nicks in storage over the years and I had trek touch them up with a perfectly matched color, you dont even notice them. It looks amazing , the paint shines like new. I put 13 miles on it before I decided its just a little big for me. I did buy a new Selle Italia seat for 144.00 , I stupidly did not save the old seat, mostly because seats have come so far over the years that I would have never used the original, everything else however is original except tires, tape and cables. Shipping 65.00 in Continental USA only. Feel free to ask any questions, thanks for looking. This is also for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the auction early. Standover height is a little over 31". toptube c-c is 22 "and the seat tube c-c is 21.5 "."

Anybody remember this from page 346?
The seller closed his CL ad and put the bike on eBay....
Long story short...I now own the Trek. Pick it up tomorrow.
I hope that $200.00 ultrasonic cleaning/ tuneup looks as good as it sounds.
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