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Old 08-05-15, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
*** RARE SCHWINN Premis Racing Road Bike - Mint Condition ****


I have a mint condition Schwinn Premis!!!! This was made with high quality Italian and French parts!

SCRATCH FREE!!!! NEW CONDITION!!!!!
What about all the mostly Japanese parts on the bike? did we forget those? Not bagging on the bike sir, it's very nice actually, but at least mention in your ad that the bike does have Suntour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters which were among the best in the world, you should shy away from that fact; or simply add to the ad high end Japanese components.
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Originally Posted by OldManJones
thank you for posting, I'm trying to acquire this bike now.
Good luck!
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Assuming this isn't a scam, it looks like a sweet deal for a smaller rider in the Milwaukee area:

Collector! Masi Frame/Campagnola Components

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Nice vintage build for $400 and it's sporting a fine pair of Ambrosio Excellence wheels which fetch $200+ on the bay. Too bad the steel frame has the dreaded N word plastered on it.

Vintage Steel Amazing shape

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Originally Posted by Kactus
It's not all original as the seller claims. It's had cable guides added, hubs and brakes are post '78, it's been repainted and the decals are incorrect.
For that matter, all is a lot better if he just keeps it, if that is ossible in the Bay area.
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets
I don't know if it's a total ripoff. The bikes do look pretty nice and he says he put a lot of work into them.

It just takes a while to find a buyer that wants to pay him well for his time spent working on them.

And the buyer should understand that if they want to recoup their money spent on the bike they'll have to carefully hang it on a wall and expect it to take a long time to resell at the price paid.

Or just pray for a big increase in demand.
Maybe he bought all the pantographed parts piecemeal; the tubing sticker makes me think it was leftovers.
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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
What about all the mostly Japanese parts on the bike? did we forget those? Not bagging on the bike sir, it's very nice actually, but at least mention in your ad that the bike does have Suntour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters which were among the best in the world, you should shy away from that fact; or simply add to the ad high end Japanese components.
But "This was made with high quality Italian and French parts! Completely stock except for the seat which was upgraded!!!!!"
Italian.... uh.. maybe the tubing?
French... is Premis a French word? Maybe the toe-straps? Perhaps a Zefal pump?
What about the German-but-made-in-China tires?

Regardless, it is a nice bike, if overpriced.
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Originally Posted by maruishirx4
This has been on CL for two weeks. He just dropped the price to $400. I almost drove to get it, but 6 hour round trip was just to much. $300 and I would have been in the car, but he had 5 calls today and won't budge on price. It was his dads bike, been hanging for 10 years. He knows nothing about bikes, so a bit hard to get details. Looks like an '87 or so world champ frame(Stephen Roche), though I couldn't find any other pics with full chrome rear.
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That is a cool bike, bar tape notwithstanding, and I would have considered a long drive for that one too. I had that same helmet back in the late '80's.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
But "This was made with high quality Italian and French parts! Completely stock except for the seat which was upgraded!!!!!"
Italian.... uh.. maybe the tubing?
French... is Premis a French word? Maybe the toe-straps? Perhaps a Zefal pump?
What about the German-but-made-in-China tires?

Regardless, it is a nice bike, if overpriced.
It does have French rims and hubs, so he is correct in Italian and French parts thing.
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Missed out on this:


@verktyg Any idea what I missed? It was the proper looking renault/elf paint that caught my eye
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Columbus-framed Alpine in DC:
https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...152243557.html

I emailed him, and he said he was thinking like $160. I'd grab it, but am out of town for a bit. Somebody should check it out. Alpines were sold by a local DC shop, and were re-badged frames, with some from Eisenraut, and some from other US and UK builders.

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Seems like this would be nice for some quick flips. I don't have the space or the equipment to deal with 4 at once, but maybe a fellow Houstonian here could make use of these?

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Originally Posted by thejoshwhite
Seems like this would be nice for some quick flips. I don't have the space or the equipment to deal with 4 at once, but maybe a fellow Houstonian here could make use of these?

Bicycles (4) for sale
Yep... fellow Houstonian here and I saw these too. All look to be low end bikes with no real parts value for me.
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cheap mixte in sonoma, CA

VINTAGE PEUGEOT MIXIE FROM ESTATE 100.00 O.B.O.

id get it but not able to get up there- and i suspect it wont last more than another hour. 50 miles south in SF that is a $250 bike.
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nice mistral in maine

Vintage Holdsworth Race/Tour bike

lots of pics but no money shot on the drive side... still the ideal seat alone...

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Originally Posted by MiloFrance
Missed out on this:


@verktyg Any idea what I missed? It was the proper looking renault/elf paint that caught my eye
@MiloFrance,

My guess is that its an upper price range 1989 model. The GitaneUSA.com website is missing the 1989 Gitane catalog.

The 1988 Gitane catalog shows that style of paint.

https://www.gitaneusa.com/images/catalog/f1988_pg2.jpg

The 1990 catalog show that style seat with the "pinto pony" splash paint job.

https://www.gitaneusa.com/images/cata...90-USA-008.jpg
https://www.gitaneusa.com/images/cata...90-USA-011.jpg

It looks like it has a Reynolds frame, could be Reynolds 531C or 501 tubing. The components look like painted Shimano 105 series.

Typical problem with newbies selling bikes... They're afraid of the ugly, dirty, obscene, technical right side showing the gear train.

My solution: the bicycle modesty skirt and for extreme modesty, the bicycle burqa....




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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Columbus-framed Alpine in DC:
https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...152243557.html

I emailed him, and he said he was thinking like $160. I'd grab it, but am out of town for a bit. Somebody should check it out. Alpines were sold by a local DC shop, and were re-badged frames, with some from Eisenraut, and some from other US and UK builders.
It's an early 80's bike. Looks like a nice frame and well worth the money. If it were me and it were my size I jump all over it but the rust on the components could be a deal breaker.

The Alpine marque had an interesting and sometimes sorted life. Here's a short history:

Alpine Cycles was the house brand for frames sold by Georgetown Cycle Sports (GCS). They were located in the Washington D.C. area during the 1970's and 80's. They used the distinctive red and white Swiss cross for their logo with ALPINE CYCLES at the top and WASHINGTON D.C. at the bottom. Many of the early Alpine frames from the mid 70's were made by a variety of British builders, plus some French and Italian makers too. Albert Eisentraut, Tanguy and a few other US builders made frames for them too.

Some frames were built locally in the D.C. area by people affiliated with GCS. A number of American frame builders like Albert Eisentraut, Tanguy and others supplied GSC with private labeled Alpine Cycles frames. During the same period GSC sold another brand, C.I.D. which stood for Cycle Import and Design. At one point the Alpine decals got put on any frame that went through the shop.

GCS sold Albert Eisentraut frames. He also built a number of private label A model frames for them but they had a sticker that said Albert Eisentraut, Oakland, CA. They later collaborated with him in developing his "Limited" line of frames.



By the 1980's Fred Kelly was building the Alpine frames in the DC area. Most of those were well made. This frame maybe one of those. Here's one of his frames:



One of Eisentraut's former associates still has a stack of Alpine decals. I bought this old Alpine frame from him. The frame was probably built by Tom Board in the UK in the mid 70's.



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Originally Posted by verktyg
The Alpine marque had an interesting and sometimes sorted life. Here's a short history:

Alpine Cycles was the house brand for frames sold by Georgetown Cycle Sports (GCS). They were located in the Washington D.C. area during the 1970's and 80's. They used the distinctive red and white Swiss cross for their logo with ALPINE CYCLES at the top and WASHINGTON D.C. at the bottom. Many of the early Alpine frames from the mid 70's were made by a variety of British builders, plus some French and Italian makers too. Albert Eisentraut, Tanguy and a few other US builders made frames for them too.

Some frames were built locally in the D.C. area by people affiliated with GCS. A number of American frame builders like Albert Eisentraut, Tanguy and others supplied GSC with private labeled Alpine Cycles frames. During the same period GSC sold another brand, C.I.D. which stood for Cycle Import and Design. At one point the Alpine decals got put on any frame that went through the shop.

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Specialized Allez

Specialized Allez - Reduced Price

Not sure if vintage, just noticed DT shifters Good price though, these are expensive in NM.
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
He's been listing and re-listing that Tommasini for years now, same with the others (Casati, Scapin, etc). I guess he is a non-motivated seller.
Frankly, that Tommasini is NOT over-priced, and if I was looking for a 56 cm Tommasini Super Prestige, that's the one I'd buy. We've seen a Tommasini Competizione with Columbus SP tubes, Shimano 600 and a fair amount of rust sell for over $1000 on ebay (admittedly way overpriced), whereas this Super Prestige is in immaculate shape, and has Pantographed Campy Super Record stuff. The better and pantographed components alone are easily worth the difference, not even considering that it's a better frame in far better condition.
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This looks like a great deal, and I know there's considerable interest in the 760's:

Trek 760 Road bike[h=2]Trek 760 Road bike - $375 (15 min from Phila)[/h]




Trek 760 Road bicycle - 12 Speeds
//---High performance Racing bike in top cond!---//

-Reynolds 531c Fork Blades, Stays & Butted Frame tubes
-Shimano Dura-Ace derailleurs & shifters
-Suntour Linear Pull brakes
-Dura-Ace crankset
-Wolber Super Champion Aluminum Alloy Rims(France)
-27 1/8 110psi tires
-made in USA
54cm Frame

The bicycle is in excellent condition. Lightweight, all tuned up, rides really well.
Low asking price of $375 .(no lowballing please)
For inquiries, please email via CL
I am in South Jersey, just 15 minutes from all bridges
If you see the ad, it' still available! No need to ask if available.
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I like this one well enough, and it seems priced reasonably (altho too tall for me at 61cm). Reynolds 531. I assume the Campy is original to the bike.
[h=2]Trek 600 Series - $275[/h]
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Columbus-framed Alpine in DC:
https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...152243557.html

I emailed him, and he said he was thinking like $160. I'd grab it, but am out of town for a bit. Somebody should check it out. Alpines were sold by a local DC shop, and were re-badged frames, with some from Eisenraut, and some from other US and UK builders.


I kind of want this and while 160 seems a great deal, the 4+ hour round trip and 1/2 tank of fuel really adds up. If had some parts on it I could resell it might be more interesting but that saddle has to go in the tip and brake levers don't look that nice.
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