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Old 12-04-20, 08:51 AM
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saw this at the local bike thrift store. not c&v, but also not something i'd expect to see donated to a resale shop.

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Old 01-04-21, 07:05 PM
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From their dumpster today; usable 26 alloy QR 7-speed wheels with good Kenda sllcks that are exactly what I was looking for...

...to use on my knobby tired Marin.


Found a Sturmey-Archer high flange alloy front hub. Never seen one of these.


Also found a rusty but nearly original Gitane mixte.
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Today I found a Cannondale H400 frameset that I've seen hanging up inside for years but they finally tossed it.

At the bottom of the dumpster lies a Schwinn 564 frame with its odd expanding seatpost intact. I can probably get that if anyone needs it.
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Old 01-17-21, 06:44 PM
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I'll bet that seatpost is seized....

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Today I found a Cannondale H400 frameset that I've seen hanging up inside for years but they finally tossed it.

At the bottom of the dumpster lies a Schwinn 564 frame with its odd expanding seatpost intact. I can probably get that if anyone needs it.

If that quill seatpost comes out easily, it's something totally adding to a stash of parts or to sell off. Make or break a bike with that part.
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Old 01-17-21, 07:33 PM
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If that quill seatpost comes out easily, it's something totally adding to a stash of parts or to sell off. Make or break a bike with that part.
The rear drop on the "Dale" seems to be missing.....
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1 View Post
The rear drop on the "Dale" seems to be missing....
Yeah, the derailleur hanger is gone but the dropout is intact. The top tube cable guides are broken or missing; the real Cannondale brand stuff. Overall it seems to be in okay shape. Not beautiful, but it could be a neat project for someone.


You can see that the left boss on the fork is slightly bent. Should still be serviceable.
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this was at the local bike thrift store for about 3-4 weeks. they wouldn't give me a price and it wasn't marked.
went there today, had a price tag of $450 on it. a guy was paying for it (and couldn't pay fast enough) as i was taking these pics.


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