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Old 01-31-21, 01:43 PM
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Moving sale... $200 takes it all

Hi all, moving soon and need to downsize the remaining stash ASAP. Not looking to ship any of this, I'm super busy and just want it gone in one fell swoop.


$200 takes everything, and I mean you have to take EVERYTHING. No picking through for the "good stuff" and leaving anything behind hahaha. Don't show up in a car, you'll need a pickup truck, SUV or minivan.


I've tried to be as detailed as possible as far as specs and sizes but I may be off (doing this from recent memory)

Everything in the photos in included.


Frames sets. Each frame includes its original fork. They're all in fine shape, don't believe there are any dents or dings on them, and if so they're so minor I can't seem to find any. The LOOK might have been re-epoxied at some of the rear triangle joints at some point, though I cannot be sure. I purchased it from the original owner and he told me his life story and mentioned nothing of it. The reason I mention this is that there appears to be excess epoxy that squirted out of the junctions on a few of the joints. I have a close friend with the exact same frame and he has similar joints, so perhaps it's "normal/original" but I want to disclose it. The Lotus, the LOOK and the Raleigh are all roughly 59-60cm and the Specialized Expedition is a 63cm I want to say, maybe 65cm, big.

Wheels. 40h Super Champions came on the Expedition. The 27" Weinmann wheel set came on the Raleigh Gran Sport, one or both rims are NOS, can't recall for sure. I built them up years ago with straight gauge stainless DT Swiss spokes. The Campagnolo Grand Sport wheel set came off another Raleigh (can't recall model), concave Weinmann rims. Last wheel set is a 26" Chinook CR16 wheel set I picked up, Suntour hubs, super nice shape. Smoke tires might be usable.

Handlebars, All Cinelli except one Specialized and one set of Phillipe or Berelli city bars (may not be Phillipe, could be another French brand). 42-44cm on all I want to say.

Several city bike type brake levers, Weinmann and no name.

Freewheels, including a Shimano DuraAce 7spd 740X model.

Cranks, seat post and pedals and additional parts for the Raleigh and Specialized Expedition. Basically everything but brake levers for the Expedition.

Spare parts bins. Spare inner tubes and brake and shifter cables along with housings, all new except some of the housing was lightly used if it all.

1 pair of Specialized shoes in 45. One 46 and one 47 shoe came from eBay as a matching pair and were not. So if you've got two different size feet you're in luck LOL



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Old 01-31-21, 01:57 PM
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@shnibop, if you expect the buyer to pick up this load of treasures, you probably should mention where you’re located.
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Old 01-31-21, 02:09 PM
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Can I stake an interest in the shoes for whoever buys all this? Great deal and good luck on the move!
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I know you're not shipping or breaking this up but what is that steel cottered crank? I'm rehabbing a 1958 Claud Butler Jubilee and I was thinking about running a steel cottered crank on it. It just seems right for a bike that old.
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Old 01-31-21, 02:16 PM
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@shnibop, if you expect the buyer to pick up this load of treasures, you probably should mention where you’re located.
I believe the OP is in SoCal.
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Old 01-31-21, 02:18 PM
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Want it all!

Such a haul for a lucky local. I would take it all, no questions, but shipping? If willing to ship let me know!
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Old 01-31-21, 02:29 PM
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I'll take one of those chainring bolts.
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@shnibop I'm interested, too, but need to know location of pick up. Thanks & good luck with move.
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Dibs on the Lotus Super Pro frameset, please?
(Precisely my size, and the perfect compliment to my Lotus Odyssey.)

Good Luck with your move!

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Old 01-31-21, 03:34 PM
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Man, I had to double check and it's not April 1st!
What a sale. @bikemig That's likely the double crankset from the Raleigh frame. Half step
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Man, this is the best deal ever. I'm only a little too far away to think about driving to pick this stuff up--- just about 3400 miles too far!
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Just my luck...wrong S.C. That would be a treasure trove for my students (and me).

deal of a lifetime.
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That Expedition looks truly like a 68cm (CTC). I would suggest a remeasuring of it as that HT is HUGE. I had a 62cm (CTC) that was significantly smaller in HT length. Superb frames/bikes, but this is for the giants among us.
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Are those 26" wheels? Darn it.
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Now THAT'S the way to free up some space. Glwts!
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tempted to rent a uhaul and drive through a snowstorm, for just that 40h wheelset off the Expedition let alone the rest of it. ...
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Anyone close willing to facilitate? Smiles, MH
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I retired and moved a year and a half ago. Still looking for the things I either sold or gave away.
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Whoever's buying

Are those 40 holes tubulars??
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Were this closer to me, my wife would be as mad at the OP as she would be at me.
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Where in So, Cal? I'm interested.
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Some lucky dog is going to score if the OP comes back. Too far for me, but dang it!
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Dude! An expedition that would fit me!!
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Dude! An expedition that would fit me!!
Whoever gets this should definitely send that to you. Who else can use it?!?
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