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    There has been a wide range of bikes sold under...

    There has been a wide range of bikes sold under the Carlton label over the years including pretty much every level and type bike you can think of. So more info and some pics are really needed.
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    The parts and internaly routed brake cable would...

    The parts and internaly routed brake cable would date the bike to around 1990. Looks to be a very nice entry to mid level racing bike form that era looks to be well used riden but nicely mainted and...
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    Looks like an interesting bike but definetly not...

    Looks like an interesting bike but definetly not flipping material. Cleaned up in excellent condition with everything working and correct bars it's only a $175 bike. As it is presented I would say...
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    Low end steel crank intended for 3 speed models....

    Low end steel crank intended for 3 speed models. I wouldn't use this on a build.
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    The price is a bit high considering the condition...

    The price is a bit high considering the condition and setup. I would say $700 or so. If it was in excellent original condition still setup as a classic track bike it would be $900-1000
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    I would say $125 or so if the chrome and paint...

    I would say $125 or so if the chrome and paint are good. Not quit original complete enough or good enough finish wise to interest collecters.
  7. Nice bike I would agree that the $900's are a...

    Nice bike I would agree that the $900's are a fair price range. The nice original paint and full matching NR groupset are big plusses which should help make for a somewhat easy sale most places. All...
  8. This frame should take a standard notched binder...

    This frame should take a standard notched binder bolt you can get these at pretty much any shop or bike coop for a couple of bucks. You don't have to use a Raliegh binder bolt they where just a...
  9. Thread: Which Vintage?

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    I would agree even without more info these price...

    I would agree even without more info these price seem way high. The Nishiki is likely only worth $200 or so. I would guess not much more for the Bianchi sense they don't sate model or actual...
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    Looks to be a lot like a couple of Juenet 620's I...

    Looks to be a lot like a couple of Juenet 620's I have owned same fork and lugs similar serial number and location. It has been stripped and hand repainted it looks like they may have also hand...
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    I would agree that is a PA 10 I would say about...

    I would agree that is a PA 10 I would say about $200 in value also. Being it is all original and unmolested it will likely need a full overhaul and the lesser tubular wills will hurt value unless...
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    The price is fair if everything works good and...

    The price is fair if everything works good and there are no issues. If you decide your interested be sure and check the seat post and frame closely these none standard setups often have issues. As...
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    Based on the English flip flop rear wheel and...

    Based on the English flip flop rear wheel and general style I would say late 50's.
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    As it as $50-75 cleaned up in nice ready to ride...

    As it as $50-75 cleaned up in nice ready to ride shape $125-150. Nothing special really there are a lot of these basic 60-70's 3speed utility bikes around in good condition and there isn't lot of...
  15. Thread: CCM Capri

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    I think your right to pass older CCM rough shape,...

    I think your right to pass older CCM rough shape, with ashubla crank, likely 26 inch Canadian steel wheels and positron FFS drive train. So the bike wouldn't even be readily repairable. Basically a...
  16. As others have said pretty basic late 70's UO-8...

    As others have said pretty basic late 70's UO-8 in fairly good condition that really needs tires to be readily sellable. Clean it up a bit and put some cheap new tires on it and you should get...
  17. I would say the trade seems fair sense both bikes...

    I would say the trade seems fair sense both bikes are worth about the same $350 or so. I would say the cash asking price on the Canondale is a bit high by $100-150.
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    The bike seems clean and in good shape. Looks to...

    The bike seems clean and in good shape. Looks to be late 70's and basically original with good paint. The price is very fair if the bike has no major issues.
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    I would agree on price value of $400 or so. I...

    I would agree on price value of $400 or so. I would go ahead and take off most of the extras and put the regular touring bars back on the bike if you have them. You typically don't get much more out...
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    I would think the Canondale is the nicest the...

    I would think the Canondale is the nicest the Esperia is also very nice and bit newer with Campy 10speed stuff which is nice. As entry level racing bikes they would all be just fine.
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    Would agree with Oddjob that the Red over chrome...

    Would agree with Oddjob that the Red over chrome finish with nice detailing is one of main features that get value out of these.The finish issues although minor do hurt the value of the bike by...
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    I would say $175 or so as is. With some cleanup...

    I would say $175 or so as is. With some cleanup servicing new consumables and marketing $250 these later Grand Prix where a couple of notches above the early ones from that 80's but are held back a...
  23. It's hard to tell a lot form just the one pic....

    It's hard to tell a lot form just the one pic. The bike appears to be a fixed gear conversion of a late 60's early 70's lower mid level bike. Considering it has been converted and has some condition...
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    I would agree OK but fairly low end bike as is...

    I would agree OK but fairly low end bike as is probably $100 or so.
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    The bike is basically worth what you paid for it...

    The bike is basically worth what you paid for it in its current condition or even a bit more depending on market. There really isn't much to upgrade that would make sense it has fairly decent...
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