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Old 01-18-14, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by FlatSix911
WTF is that ...

I don't really get this bike it is basically a creeper style show bike that is well not all that showey. So it isn't really all that functional and just isn't quite there as a show bike, it just seems somewhat pointless.
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"GREAT FIXER UPPER"

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5 PERSON BICYCLE

Starting bid: US $250.00

Item location: Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
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HERES A 5 PERSON BYCYCLE I GOT FROM A MAN HE WAS GOING TO ADD A MOTOR TO IT HE MADE THE BIKE NEEDS A SEAT BRAKE WORK TIRES ARE FLAT NEEDS CHAIN FIXED OR REPLACED GREAT FIXER UPPER (610)488-6706 COREY,I CAN DELIVER FOR $2.00 A LOADED MILE I WILL SHIP IF BUYER PAYS AND ARRANGES SHIPPING


Perfect solution for your family when both breadwinners are unable drive due to legal "complications". This guy knows his audience (Reading).

And before anyone asks, I won't be able to facilitate on this one (my car is too small).

this is what happens when you give a crazy old man some old bikes and a welding torch.
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Originally Posted by mapleleafs-13
this is what happens when you give a crazy old man some old bikes and a welding torch.
This may be just wrong and bit of topic but that sucker reminds of the "Human Centepide" movie just very wrong and a bit disturbing to see.
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Originally Posted by Barrettscv

Contacted seller and let him know,he said 2 others also contacted him. He was very appreciative and has corrected the bike, will get new pictures as soon as it warms up a little.
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This so frustrating to see, re: horrific pictures and tantalizing description

[h=2]1990's schwinn prologue with tange prestige tubing - $150 (spokane valley)[/h]

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HI THERE WELL I HAVE 53CM PROLOGUE TANGE PRESTIGE TUBING ROAD BIKE FOR 150 DOLLARS OR BEST OFFER WITH CAMPAGNOLA BRAKE CALIPERS AND CAMPY VICTORY CRANK ARMS AN THE DERAILLER IS A SHIMANO 600 AND PHILWOOD HUBS M Y NUMBER IS 509-290-5708 OR 509-863-1425 THANKS FOR LOOKING

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Do the Romanians really think us that stupid ???

[h=1] only 2399.00

Unique and Prestigeous 1961-1966 Campagnolo Record Vintage[/h]
Probably the most prestigeous urban bicycle you have ever seen.
Manufactured between 1961 and 1966, Campagnolo Record set, handmade brazed frame.
Campagnolo used this logo until 1966.
This model of brakes came out in 1961. That time Campagnolo did not manufacture brakes yet. Universal was one of the biggest competition range brake manufacturers, and this is their only center-pull model.

The whole bike is in perfect condition, disassembled and greased till the last screw. Wear is minimal.



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Originally Posted by anixi
This so frustrating to see, re: horrific pictures and tantalizing description

1990's schwinn prologue with tange prestige tubing - $150 (spokane valley)



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HI THERE WELL I HAVE 53CM PROLOGUE TANGE PRESTIGE TUBING ROAD BIKE FOR 150 DOLLARS OR BEST OFFER WITH CAMPAGNOLA BRAKE CALIPERS AND CAMPY VICTORY CRANK ARMS AN THE DERAILLER IS A SHIMANO 600 AND PHILWOOD HUBS M Y NUMBER IS 509-290-5708 OR 509-863-1425 THANKS FOR LOOKING

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Could one make a fairly nice Road bike uglier if they tried?
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Originally Posted by zukahn1
Could one make a fairly nice Road bike uglier if they tried?
I've actually seen worse here in PWT-land. The local populace is not only challenged in knowledge, but, continually display lack of common sense, perspective, and worse of all, courtesy toward others!!! I'm certainly not pleased with the "loser factor" in this town...
It's actually sad seeing this sort of attitude here. It's so totally avoidable!
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Originally Posted by anixi
I've actually seen worse here in PWT-land. The local populace is not only challenged in knowledge, but, continually display lack of common sense, perspective, and worse of all, courtesy toward others!!! I'm certainly not pleased with the "loser factor" in this town...
It's actually sad seeing this sort of attitude here. It's so totally avoidable!
I like to refer to it as Spokan't.

I had called and was on the phone with the seller, and his other line rang. He kept me on the line while he talked to the other caller over speaker phone, and the other call was another buyer who made an offer for it which he then accepted. While I was waiting. That was a first for me.

I already have one, but really wanted a matching pair of Prologues.
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Okay, ummmm... Yeah. Okay.
Someone tell me why people post "pictures taken BEFORE a clean up?!!"

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1988 17" 24/26" WHEELED MINT MTB - $395 (PORTLAND)





MY SISTER BOUGHT THIS BIKE NEW IN 1988 UNDER 100 MILES 9.9 COND. HUNG IN POLE BARN FOR ABOUT 20 YEARS. PIC'S WERE TAKEN BEFORE A CLEAN UP, 20 YEARS OF GRIME, BUT WILL LOOK LIKE NEW AFTER WIPE DOWN. RARE FIND, I HAVE RODE THE SAME BIKE BUT LARGER, THESE BIKE CLIMB LIKE NO OTHER !!! OWN A PEICE OF MTB HISTORY. $395 FIRM
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Old 01-18-14, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley
Okay, ummmm... Yeah. Okay.
Someone tell me why people post "pictures taken BEFORE a clean up?!!"

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1988 17" 24/26" WHEELED MINT MTB - $395 (PORTLAND)





MY SISTER BOUGHT THIS BIKE NEW IN 1988 UNDER 100 MILES 9.9 COND. HUNG IN POLE BARN FOR ABOUT 20 YEARS. PIC'S WERE TAKEN BEFORE A CLEAN UP, 20 YEARS OF GRIME, BUT WILL LOOK LIKE NEW AFTER WIPE DOWN. RARE FIND, I HAVE RODE THE SAME BIKE BUT LARGER, THESE BIKE CLIMB LIKE NO OTHER !!! OWN A PEICE OF MTB HISTORY. $395 FIRM
  • Location: PORTLAND
Ok so this seller considers viseable bad rusted chain and flat rotted tires a 9.9 conditon wise. Just anyone bike knowledge or not can see these issues even from the soso pics.
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Originally Posted by zukahn1
Ok so this seller considers viseable bad rusted chain and flat rotted tires a 9.9 conditon wise. Just anyone bike knowledge or not can see these issues even from the soso pics.
Wait. "Rust and rot" is more than a 0.1 point deduction? And doesn't the awesome period-correct bag count for anything?
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I would not be surprised if the "sister" story is a lie. That seller considers himself a vintage MTB collector and has been daily top-posting garbage all-caps ads on Portland CL for years.
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If you are going to ask a crazy high price for a tired UO8, you might as well make up a model name.

At least seller didn't call it a PX10.



Vintage Peugeot Road Bike 1972 Juilet Model - $500 (Belton)







This is a vintage model of a Peugeot Road bike from the 1970s. I believe its the Juillet 1972 Model.

The bike is in good condition. It is in its original state with everything original even the rubber tires. I'd also like to note that bike was not used much maybe a few hours at most. It has been hanging in my garage so it does need some minor maintenance. The original tubing is showing small cracks and there are some tarnish spots that can probably be removed if someone cared. The bicycle also has the original air pump attached to the frame and original catalog that came with the original purchase of the bike. I've haven't driven the bike but the gears look to be shifting and show barely any wear.

A rare find indeed especially in this state.

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I just hate all capital postors and flag pretty much everyone when surfing CL.
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Originally Posted by poke em
I like to refer to it as Spokan't.

I had called and was on the phone with the seller, and his other line rang. He kept me on the line while he talked to the other caller over speaker phone, and the other call was another buyer who made an offer for it which he then accepted. While I was waiting. That was a first for me.

I already have one, but really wanted a matching pair of Prologues.
That's actually considered "high class" in this backwards collection of nincompoops that calls itself a "city". Pathetic...
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Going back to the 5-person tandem human bike-opede for a moment, it just occurred to me:
There's only one set of handlebars.
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It could be this guy got a couple of bikes at a super after Christmas sale dirt cheap and now is trying to make a few bucks, but I don't think so. Somehow it feels legit (check how they're set up), in which case this is a hilariously tragic tale of bike buying gone wrong. Poor guy.


Novara Verita Steel Road Bike Medium Size - $600 (SE Portland)




This bike was used for about 20 miles, and was a bit too small for me. I had knee surgery and no longer need the bike. The bike looks new and is a fantastic bike for commutes or long rides.

Please email for a quick response. SE meetup.

CASH ONLY, NO TRADES.


Okay. That's the opener. But where's the punchline?
Wait for it ...








Novara Verita Steel-Frame Road Bike - XL Frame - $600 (SE Portland)




I used this bike for under 100 miles, and it looks brand new. This is the XL frame, designed for riders 6" to 6'3". It is a little bit too big for me. The bike was 1200 when I purchased it, and I'm firm on the 750 price because of that, I bought it 6 months ago and have just decided to sell it after taking it for a short ride last week.

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Must See Custom One Of A Kind - $550 (Kannapolis)


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Originally Posted by J.Oxley
Going back to the 5-person tandem human bike-opede for a moment, it just occurred to me:
There's only one set of handlebars.
That's what I thought too when I first saw it but there are bars for all but stoker #1 , they all appear to be flat bars except the primary and one other. It's just real hard to see them due to the angle and the stylin' "rat rod" black paint job. I hope none of the bikes sacrificed for that were anything decent, I keep telling myself they were all Magnas and Roadmasters.
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Must See Custom One Of A Kind - $550 (Kannapolis)


More photos at the link. Wear your sunglasses!

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Is that a real engine or molded in the same factory as Big Wheels?
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Is that a real engine or molded in the same factory as Big Wheels?
Looks like plastic to me.
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