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Check the fork steer tube for a serial number
Looks like Chorus on the Allez, hard to tell what's on the Merckx. Are there 8 speeds on the Merckx? Do you have a matching rear Zipp?
I find the bike a bit rough and dirty, I'd expect more for my $900. That stem is pretty short so that may need to be replaced and it doesn't come with pedals either plus the saddle is probably...
If I were a thief and I stole a nice Colnago I'd find a picture of a Pinarello and list it on CL for a decent price, wait a few days and then respond to the first 10 emails saying "Hi, sorry, the...
If you must have a Colnago I'd suggest that you use adhuntr and the facilitator thread to find a nice one. Here are just a few in the same size as the one you posted.
I like this one a lot and...
I think the Colnago is a "tribute" bike ie: something painted to look like a Colnago. But yeah, that De Rosa is the real deal and a great price.
The wheels don't match which triggers the ocd in me and I guess test rides are out of the question since there is no rubber on the front wheel, I'd check it out and offer $400 if I were to get a...
It looks to be in pretty good shape, put the Chorus stuff back on and try for $800. Sell the Dura Ace/Ultegra stuff for a couple of hundred maybe?
This Holdsworth Professional frame/fork is listed at $175 in Milwaukee, it looks really nice to me
Holdsworth Professional Frame, 57CM
Someone is L.A. in selling their collection of Italian bikes, 35 complete bikes and lots of frames
Bicycle Collection: COLNAGO, DE ROSA, TREK, TOMMASINI, CAMPAGNOLO etc
Free Bluemels, that is awesome
Number tabs were an option for the buyer, you could pick a number tab or pump braze-on, it was a few extra bucks for either.
Interesting, do you have any photos of this bike?
Does anyone have photos of similar slip-ups on a De Rosa from this period?
I still find it hard to believe that Ugo would have let a bike with...
That's pretty shoddy workmanship, something I would not associate with De Rosa...and the non-drive pantographing seems slightly crooked and it would seem that the "D" is shallower than the "A", at...
Is the pantogrphing on the drive side seat stay missing the "A" in "De Rosa"?
I just picked up a Nashbar Race bike, I posted a couple of photos in the "Catch of the Day" thread. Mine has a "Made in Japan" sticker and it has some really nice little details, I believe it was...
Retrobike.co.uk is like our site here but is, obviously, based in England.
I took a chance on this little bike and I'm very happy with it. The seller put up an ad with multiple bikes, asking for $50 each, I spied the Turbo saddle and figured that it might be worth a look...
This Super Course in CT looks brand new
1978 Raleigh Super Course
As does this Supercorsa in Detroit
This I like
Look Road Bike 57cm
Not really my thing but this does look to be in good condition and it is listed at $180 in Minneapolis
1975 SCHWINN Sprint 10 speed road bike 61cm (short coupled frame)
A pre-Trek Lemond steel frame for $100 in Atlanta, I really wish this were my size...
Hrmmmmm, I wonder what this is? Maybe an old Medici? I think I've seen a seat cluster like that on a few Tommasos as well. Whatever it is, it ain't a Cinelli, I hope no one gets duped...
And another TSX Bianchi with some C-Record bits and Atlanta wheels in Fort Lauderdale for $650
bianchi campanolo tsx frame made italy