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Old 01-17-15, 03:25 PM
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Clean looking Motobecane Super Mirage. Tall boy (63), been listed a little while now, he's asking $210.
Motobecane Super Mirage 63cm Road Bike
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This is pretty spendy but it is SuperBee and Dia Compe NCG brakes on a Ishawata 022 frame. $600 Celeste Bianchi Professional




Here is another Suntour Ishawata Bianchi an '89 Brava with GPS, $325 Italian Bianchi Brava

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[h=2]1989 Eddy Merckx Corsa - vintage - $900 (russian hill)
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[h=2]EDDY MERCKX FAEMA - $750 (Carmichael)
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[h=2] 26" mens vintage sekai 2500 roadbk - $105 (columbia hgts, MN)[/h]26" mens vintage sekai 2500 roadbk


Vintage 26" mens 18 spd. sekai 2500 roadbike. made in japan. good cond./solid frame/wheels/gears. $105 bo. jake
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May need back innertube.

Infrequent to see touring bikes with cantis at this price at this time of year (Minneapolis Craigslist is a barren wasteland at the moment).
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Originally Posted by djkashuba
1989 Eddy Merckx Corsa - vintage - $900 (russian hill)



1989 Eddy Merckx Corsa - vintage
Drive-side dropout repair? That seems like a detail worth noting in some way, and I can't think of many other explanations for the crude primer-grey coat in that area...
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Cannondale Team Saeco Bike -- 54cm

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Nice Paramount for sale in La Jolla:

I'm saving up to buy a Carbon Fiber bike with a modern drivetrain, and if I bought this Paramount, it would have to come at the expense of that one. So, as much as it kills me, I need to pass on this one. At least philosophically, I can say that this won't provide anything my Tommasini doesn't offer as well, except for the chance to compare early Dura Ace to Campy Super Record.

85 Schwinn Paramount Waterford Road Bike - 54cm

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team fuji road bike. tuned and ready to ride

This isn't my size but this 24" '85 Team Fuji still seems like a decent deal for NYC. I do see that the Suntour Superbe RD was replaced with a new Altus or something like it. What do you think? Might be a good deal for another taller area member.
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This one won't last. Is that a Suntour Command Control lever I see?

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[h=2]Bianchi men's bike - $15 (Wakefield)[/h]




This bike has been hanging in our basement for about 10 years. Tires are flat, of course. I do not know if they will need to be replaced or not. Other than the tires and a good dusting and cleaning, it should be usable again.

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
This one won't last. Is that a Suntour Command Control lever I see?

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This bike has been hanging in our basement for about 10 years. Tires are flat, of course. I do not know if they will need to be replaced or not. Other than the tires and a good dusting and cleaning, it should be usable again.

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That is a steal!! Yes they are command shifters and that is a '90 Volpe Tange F/F mostly Suntour XCE
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Nice Trek touring bike at a great price for someone tall in San Diego:

This Trek is a 531 frame with serious mountain gearing (half-step granny triple w/28 and a 30 freewheel w/Cyclone GT derailleurs).

Vintage 1982 614 Trek Bike 25" frame
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
This one won't last. Is that a Suntour Command Control lever I see?

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This bike has been hanging in our basement for about 10 years. Tires are flat, of course. I do not know if they will need to be replaced or not. Other than the tires and a good dusting and cleaning, it should be usable again.

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This one is long gone, someone must be pretty happy.
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This is probably more appropriate for the Cruiser section, but I couldn't find a similar topic. It sounds like this guy may take any offer to avoid the recycle center.

Old Hawthorne Bike
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Unless I'm mistaken, seems like a decent price for a De Rosa:

DE ROSA PRIMATO ROAD BIKE - A BEAUTY - 55, RED
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Originally Posted by leegf
Unless I'm mistaken, seems like a decent price for a De Rosa:

DE ROSA PRIMATO ROAD BIKE - A BEAUTY - 55, RED
Very much so, for a classic steel bike in nice condition with a modern drivetrain - assuming you don't have an issue with the seller not knowing the difference between red and orange.
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
Very much so, for a classic steel bike in nice condition with a modern drivetrain - assuming you don't have an issue with the seller not knowing the difference between red and orange.
Red is hard to photograph, it often comes out a little orange.
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Originally Posted by otg
This one is long gone, someone must be pretty happy.

Give it a week it will be back on CL as a "Handbuilt Italian Campione del Mondo Specialisma English Racer" for 600 or best offer.
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Originally Posted by D1andonlyDman
Very much so, for a classic steel bike in nice condition with a modern drivetrain - assuming you don't have an issue with the seller not knowing the difference between red and orange.
And some people are color blind. Doesn't make them untrustworthy.
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Originally Posted by Kactus
And some people are color blind. Doesn't make them untrustworthy.
My comment was mainly facetious, as I assumed the fact that the DeRosa appears orange, rather than red, was due to either the effect of lighting, or some degree of color-blindness of the owner - neither of which I considered to be a major problem. In fact, if I lived in New York, I would have aggressively made a move to own that DeRosa, as it's exactly my size (and probably quite similar in color to my Tommasini) but has the advantage of the modern drivetrain.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Red is hard to photograph, it often comes out a little orange.
If I'm not mistaken the correct term for that color is "tomato red" and yes it is a little on the orange side.
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Give it a week it will be back on CL as a "Handbuilt Italian Campione del Mondo Specialisma English Racer" for 600 or best offer.
True.
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Originally Posted by 72Paramount
If I'm not mistaken the correct term for that color is "tomato red" and yes it is a little on the orange side.
I actually remember this color and it is an odd color but actually when seen in the sunlight is quite attractive. It's not orange but it's not red, it's in between. However I wouldn't pay the price he's asking because the bike is bastardized, if it all the original components then yes it may be worth it but not with the modern schit, it makes me wonder if he sold the original components then slapped on some left over stuff he had laying around the garage.
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I'm fairly certain that the Primato above is the de rosa Ferrari red with some weird lighting affecting the tinge. I've had mine photo a bit like that as well.

It's a whale of a deal - these don't come up often, or cheap. Its a shame about the sloping fork crown, but it's still a heck of a deal.


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There is a lot more pictures in the ad.


Vintage Peugeot PFN10E -- "record du monde" racing bicycle

[h=2]Vintage Peugeot PFN10E -- "record du monde" racing bicycle - $1 (va beach)[/h]





Original - I have has only been ridden a handful of times since it was given to me for money owed in the early 80's, it has always been in my garage or shed. In cleaning my garage and listing items on Craigslist I researched the bike to find it was a much better bike then I realized.

I am listing it as "Make an Offer" to see what kind of response I get local before trying eBay.
Below is what I found as far as the catalog data on the bike.

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1979 -- Catalog data --
PFN10E -- Super Vitus 172 main tube frame, Bocama lugs, "biconical" rear stays, chromed fork ends; Atom sport low-flange hubs, Mavic Module E 700C rims; Stronglight 104 cranks; Simplex SX410TSP rear, SJA 102 front derailleurs w/ alloy Simplex dt shifters; Weinmann 506 sidepulls; Gallet 31 suede saddle; emerald green.
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