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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 12-28-14, 11:29 AM
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I'm very surprised that bike hasn't sold and is available at that price in that market. I know Marnati is less well known, but I'd think someone in LA gets this.
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Campy triple group w/hubs AND/OR tricolor STI group AND/OR 120mm Grammo Ti stem

Campagnolo full Groupset: Mirage & Veloce - $199 (cary nc)

Campagnolo full Groupset: Mirage & Veloce



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model name / number: Mirage/Veloce
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Used well-functioning Campagnolo Mirage/Veloce group. Shifters are Mirage 8 speed rear and triple front. Veloce braze on triple front derailleur. Mirage rear derailleur. The cranks are Veloce square tapper and in a 170mm length with a 52/42/30 chainring set up. Hubs are Campy hubs 32 hole front and rear. Mirage brake set and Veloce cassette. Items ship flat rate. Thanks for looking and please check out my other items.


Full Shimano 600 TriColor STI Group 2x8 - $150 (Chapel Hill )

Full Shimano 600 TriColor STI Group 2x8



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- ST-6400 shifter/brake levers, double front/8sp rear
- RD-6401 rear derailleur, 8sp
- FD-6401 front derailleur, 2sp
- BR-6403 brake calipers
- FC-6400 crank, 172.5mm arms
- BB-UN72 bottom bracket, 70mm Italian threaded



Cinelli Grammo Titanium Stem - $60 (Chapel Hill )

Cinelli Grammo Titanium Stem





22.2mm quill stem for standard 1" steerer, 26mm clamp, 120mm length. Missing "grammo" plug/topcap.

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Old 12-28-14, 05:10 PM
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Big red and white Ironman for $125 asking in PHX.

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Performance Focus Road Bike/New Tires

[h=2]Performance Focus Road Bike/New Tires - $200[/h]

Performance Focus Road Bike/Frame size 60 cm/Shimano 600 Ultegra 16 Speed/New Tires
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Old 12-29-14, 01:45 PM
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I guess this isn't really C&V but I know that a lot of us look for bikes with good groups to use on projects and Ribble has great deals on Shimano groupsets:

$359 for 5800
$568 for 6800
$1180 for 9000

Campagnolo and SRAM are heavily discounted as well, be sure to change the currency and location to get the good prices.

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an interesting looking lugged Raleigh MTB with a good price tag.
no idea what it is but seems intriguing some folks here, maybe?
little too big for me, fortunately.

Raleigh mountain bike, sport bicycle

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Old 12-29-14, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I guess this isn't really C&V but I know that a lot of us look for bikes with good groups to use on projects and Ribble has great deals on Shimano groupsets:

$359 for 5800
$568 for 6800
$1180 for 9000

Campagnolo and SRAM are heavily discounted as well, be sure to change the currency and location to get the good prices.

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Also noteworthy, is the incredibly fast shipping to my door.

Five total days from the UK to the Twin Cities. Not too shabby.
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Old 12-29-14, 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted by orangeology
an interesting looking lugged Raleigh MTB with a good price tag.
no idea what it is but seems intriguing some folks here, maybe?
little too big for me, fortunately.

Raleigh mountain bike, sport bicycle

This is a low end Raleigh Glacier. Not sure on the year. A better shot example of the model can be seen here: - Raleigh "Glacier" Entry Level Mountain Bike (Roanoke City) | Bicycles

Claw derailleur hanger, plastic brake levers, and... steel rims? You can buy a lot of mountain bike for $90. Stay away from this one!
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Originally Posted by Clang
This is a low end Raleigh Glacier. Not sure on the year. A better shot example of the model can be seen here: - Raleigh "Glacier" Entry Level Mountain Bike (Roanoke City) | Bicycles
Claw derailleur hanger, plastic brake levers, and... steel rims? You can buy a lot of mountain bike for $90. Stay away from this one!
thanks for the note. yeah it was hard to tell about the details, except the seatstay clusters and etc.
not that i was looking into it anyway—too many incomplete stuffs in the hands—just thought it'd interest some folks here.
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The fact that I'm presently saving up for a Carbon fiber bike with a modern drivetrain is the only reason I can think of that I didn't drive right down to this guy's place and hand him his asking price, because this LeMonde appears to be my size, with good components, and a screaming low price:

Men's Touring Bike
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
The fact that I'm presently saving up for a Carbon fiber bike with a modern drivetrain is the only reason I can think of that I didn't drive right down to this guy's place and hand him his asking price, because this LeMonde appears to be my size, with good components, and a screaming low price:

Men's Touring Bike
Buy it, flip it, more dollars for the carbon. If it wasn't 90 miles 1 way I would be there.
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You can get more than $100 for the brifters alone...
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets
You can get more than $100 for the brifters alone...
Well, to be honest, there's a 2nd reason - I've got plans tonight, and it's surely going to be gone by tomorrow at that price.
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vintage Paramount for sale in San Diego: Too big for me:

schwinn. paramount.
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Old 12-30-14, 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
vintage Paramount for sale in San Diego: Too big for me:

schwinn. paramount.
That is one beauty of a Paramount! On 2nd thought, the price may be a tad high...is it just me?
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I don't see these come up that often so I thought I would post them here. These will allow you to put any SIS shifter or modern cable stops on a frame with no braze on's, I picked up a set last year for $30 & this is the first set I have seen since. I have bought something from this seller in the past without a problem, although I can't remember what it was.

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Originally Posted by anixi
That is one beauty of a Paramount! On 2nd thought, the price may be a tad high...is it just me?
It's just you, price is at worst fair, and I think attractive. That frame would sell for the asking price on ebay.
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
Well, to be honest, there's a 2nd reason - I've got plans tonight, and it's surely going to be gone by tomorrow at that price.
It is still there...go get it!
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
vintage Paramount for sale in San Diego: Too big for me:
schwinn. paramount.
That's my size. And the factory NR triple crankeset's worth a chunk of change.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
It's just you, price is at worst fair, and I think attractive. That frame would sell for the asking price on ebay.
I was afraid of that...
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If I was near Baltimore, this would be in my garage right now. I don't have a Peugeot.

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