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Old 01-06-23, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Do you ever have a nightmare that one of your listings will end up in this thread?
No, but there were a couple of adds I made I thought would make the cut.
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Old 01-06-23, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by WGB
Please note that no, the price is not $10!!!!

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Schwinn Bike (Antique)

$10
Listed 5 hours ago in Morton, IL
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Old bike - MAKE AN OFFER **$10 is not the price**



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It has at least one thing going for it......the bars are "Celeste".
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Old 01-06-23, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by WGB
Please note that no, the price is not $10!!!!

​​​​​​https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...92089554771572

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Schwinn Bike (Antique)

$10
Listed 5 hours ago in Morton, IL
  • Condition
    Used fair
Old bike - MAKE AN OFFER **$10 is not the price**



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I'm not sure that you could get $10 for the scrap metal
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Old 01-06-23, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Moe Zhoost
I'm not sure that you could get $10 for the scrap metal
That thar ain't scrap metal, that thar's yard ART!
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Old 01-06-23, 03:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66
No, but there were a couple of adds I made I thought would make the cut.
I might attempt to win a space...
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For 1k they should put up a photo of both sides of the bike really
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Old 01-07-23, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by WGB

Schwinn Bike (Antique)

$10
Listed 5 hours ago in Morton, IL
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Old bike - MAKE AN OFFER **$10 is not the price**



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I wonder if he'd trade? Just needs a tune up, seat and maybe tires..............

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Sub 11-lb full-suspension, aluminum frame mountain bike! In fairness, "accessories" might include wheels, seatpost, saddle, chain, & pedals.
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Originally Posted by jolly_codger
Sub 11-lb full-suspension, aluminum frame mountain bike! In fairness, "accessories" might include wheels, seatpost, saddle, chain, & pedals.
I think he means 10.8 kg. From what I see in the Santa Cruz line-up, that's a very good price. Perhaps you could say it's a "steal"
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Originally Posted by Moe Zhoost
I think he means 10.8 kg. From what I see in the Santa Cruz line-up, that's a very good price. Perhaps you could say it's a "steal"
I think with the mention of Dura-ace there might be a little BS going on.
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Buy now -- price keeps rising! :)

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Seller has an interesting sales strategy... Keep raising the price if it does not sell! No offers accepted!

"Vintage old school bike Made in Japan
Lotus bike in great cosmetic condition.
-$160 Nov.
- $175 Dec.
- $190 Jan.
Not accepting offers

- Buy now. Off season price.

- Will probably need new tires and tune up. Been in garage for 20 years.

- The bike looks great other than the tires.

- Standover is approximately 31"
-Located in Crown Point Indiana. Approximately 60 minutes from Chicago"

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Originally Posted by ZudeJammer

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For 1k they should put up a photo of both sides of the bike really
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1980s Passoni Titanium Bicycle catalog

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$150 for a very interesting catalog - apparently Passoni was at one time, and presumably only for a short time, a distributor of Riva's Trecia titanium bicycles. An expensive treat for some real titanium nerd. I offered the seller some money in exchange for making better scans before it sold and they blocked me... apparently they're a bit paranoid.

Anyway if you end up buying this please PM me and I'll venmo or paypal you some $ in exchange for nice scans, which I'll put on my website.

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Trike built for 3 or 2 1/2?
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This pisses me off.

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America's answer to the Moulton. I thought all Sears bikes were folding bikes--just back the Buick into them.
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Originally Posted by SoCaled
Believe it or not, that is exactly what it is. You can see the bracket for the original chain tension hanging down at the backside of the chainring. Someone put some time and money into converting a low-end tandem with steel cranks into something lighter. Those look like Sugino ATs used with one piece BB adaptors. The cranks are worth more than the rest of the bike.
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$300 isn't a bad price for a 610, if it's in nice shape, though Trek never should have used a one-piece head lug on a bike at that level.
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What am I missing?

Originally Posted by malcala622
This pisses me off.

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What am I missing?
The price and the backwards @$$ decals on the whole bike.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
The price and the backwards @$$ decals on the whole bike.
Haha, did not even notice anything. Is it just the down tube ones that are off? I can't even see the model to be honest.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
What am I missing?
Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Haha, did not even notice anything. Is it just the down tube ones that are off? I can't even see the model to be honest.
Decals are either wrong format or placed wrong.
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