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Old 07-23-15, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by nazcalines
$80 Miyata touring bike in portland: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/bop/5132564444.html
Can anyone tell what model that might be?
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Originally Posted by attylah
Can anyone tell what model that might be?
Not with the blurry photo - but the saddle is worth the price. If you have to ask deals like this are already sold.
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Originally Posted by attylah
Can anyone tell what model that might be?

I would guess a 615 or possibly, but unlikely, a 1000. Both has cantilevers and both are great bikes.

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Originally Posted by tmh657
This may be top of FMV but looks clean. I have a '81 710 and love it.

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Trek Bike - Vintage Touring Bicycle - Road Bike
Very nice. It's difficult to tell if it's a 613 or 614. They are both pretty much the same except the 614 came with a triple. Since this one's components were switched/upgraded it's really hard to tell.
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I think that I know the guy that posted this ad on CL. Everyone around here knows him as Dutch. He used to race in Europe when he was younger. Now he lives in Maryland and has a wife with Altzhiemers. Obviously he is trying to liquidate his assets. I am reluctant to verify the content of the ad, because I think he may be desperate. On the other hand, if anyone is going to vacation in Ocean City , MD, he is only a short drive away should you want to check it out. If I had $1500 to spend - I would buy it all.

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Classic Cannondale Road Bike

It looks like an old touring Cannondale but I cannot tell which model...
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Going to pick them up after work tomorrow. They are easily worth $30 unless they are all pretzels.
Got a few stares riding home with a half-dozen rims strapped to my backpack. A guy riding a nice baby blue Serotta steel something-or-other rolled up at a light. "You have a few rims ... no, four ... oh, five ... wow, six ..." (I paraphrase...)

I tossed them up on Picasa:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1116791...890/BunchaRims

Basic details are in the captions and comments.

I already had an orphan Arc-en-Ciel rim (can't remember where I got it), which I included. I also have a nice pair of Ambrosio Montreal Durex rims I've been meaning to list, so I took a few pix of the pair as well.

Here's what I see in the way of Arc-en-Ciel rims:
  • #1 and #2 have just the black/gold label
  • #3, #4, and #5 have rainbow label and red main label
  • #6 is my orphan rim - also with rainbow label, but slightly different main label, and isn't in as nice shape (certainly dirtier)

@crank_addict and @satbuilder get dibs. The three of us can virtually arm wrestle for the Arc-en-Ciels. If someone is interested in the Ambrosio rims or the Mavic Service Corse, let me know.
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What's the spoke count on the Arc en Ciel rims?
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Hey @Vintage_Cyclist, Will you facilitate this to Nebraska? It's my size! I would love it.

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Originally Posted by Barrettscv
I would guess a 615 or possibly, but unlikely, a 1000. Both has cantilevers and both are great bikes.



I just brought this home, it turned out to be a Miyata 1000 with a very nice Brooks Flyer Special saddle. Rough condition, yes, with mismatched wheels and derailleurs, but well worth the $68 I paid. I already have a 1000, this one may go to my brother in law. Might have to post this on the catch of the day thread too.....
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Got a few stares riding home with a half-dozen rims strapped to my backpack. A guy riding a nice baby blue Serotta steel something-or-other rolled up at a light. "You have a few rims ... no, four ... oh, five ... wow, six ..." (I paraphrase...)

I tossed them up on Picasa:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1116791...890/BunchaRims

Basic details are in the captions and comments.

I already had an orphan Arc-en-Ciel rim (can't remember where I got it), which I included. I also have a nice pair of Ambrosio Montreal Durex rims I've been meaning to list, so I took a few pix of the pair as well.

Here's what I see in the way of Arc-en-Ciel rims:
  • #1 and #2 have just the black/gold label
  • #3 , #4 , and #5 have rainbow label and red main label
  • #6 is my orphan rim - also with rainbow label, but slightly different main label, and isn't in as nice shape (certainly dirtier)

@crank_addict and @satbuilder get dibs. The three of us can virtually arm wrestle for the Arc-en-Ciels. If someone is interested in the Ambrosio rims or the Mavic Service Corse, let me know.
Skip- Neato! Have no idea of those labels / date Super Champion and the Wolber company acquisition but think the black labels are 80's.
I geuss the red label Super Champ Arc-en-ciel #3 and #4 would be just fine. Assume all are 36 hole - road ver.? Either way, much appreciated.

Would like to lace Tipo high hubs for the old Bottecchia. Although that old bike rides wonderful with the low flange Suntour.... I know, I know.
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Originally Posted by satbuilder
What's the spoke count on the Arc en Ciel rims?
I remembered that sometime after shutting up the garage. I assume they are all 36h, but will double check tomorrow.
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Vintage c. 1980 Holdsworth Mistral Road Bike Bicycle

looks rough but it was part of an estate sale (i saw in a different ad) so they are probably ready to negotiate at this point.



I can attest its a nice ride: full 531
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Low-end 'nago, but the asking price seems reasonable.

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Originally Posted by jetboy
holdsworth

Vintage c. 1980 Holdsworth Mistral Road Bike Bicycle

looks rough but it was part of an estate sale (i saw in a different ad) so they are probably ready to negotiate at this point.



I can attest its a nice ride: full 531
It's down from $300.
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Originally Posted by attylah



I just brought this home, it turned out to be a Miyata 1000 with a very nice Brooks Flyer Special saddle. Rough condition, yes, with mismatched wheels and derailleurs, but well worth the $68 I paid. I already have a 1000, this one may go to my brother in law. Might have to post this on the catch of the day thread too.....
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Originally Posted by curbtender
It's down from $300.
yeah, for 2 c-notes and change i'd go get it if I hadn't just bought pretty much the same bike 2 weeks ago.
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Seems like a deal. Want.
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How I wish this wasn't too big for me. Vintage Peugeot 57cm road bike - reynolds 531
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