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Old 11-01-15, 05:50 PM
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Originally Posted by nesteel
Yeah, that's the guy that just parted out Drillium Dudes' Olympia.
That bike got parted? Damn. Loved that thing.
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Originally Posted by toavii
That bike got parted? Damn. Loved that thing.
Ditto.

Some shouldn't be parted.
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Originally Posted by toavii
That bike got parted? Damn. Loved that thing.
Well, someone got a good deal on the wheels, since the auction ended on a Sunday morning.
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Originally Posted by gomango
Ditto.

Some shouldn't be parted.
Yeah... pretty much anything DD builds! He does some very tasteful builds.
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24" 1980 Trek 710 on MD Eastern Shore; $400.
1980 Trek 710

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Maybe @nlerner needs this: The Paris Express Peugeot 5 speed with lawn mower attachment

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Originally Posted by TimmyT
If it only were a DeRosa, I'd be all over that.
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Originally Posted by gomango
Ditto.

Some shouldn't be parted.
A flippah's gotta flip.
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I loved that bike too, but most folks would probably prefer campy on it (I dig OMAS), none of those parts were irreplaceable, or unique to that frame and I'm not seeing this as a horror show.

It's not what I'd have done, but it's not sacrilege either.
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Means what???

Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/5262097408.html

This Miyata 610 is a hot mess but who knows.....
Gotta love the "wheels are 98% true" statement. I'm scratching my head trying to figure that one out.
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Gios Torino Super Record Bike 1980 Campagnolo Nuovo Record 54 cm Blue | eBay

"Hey, one can dream":

René Herse Tandem Circa 1950 650B Wheels Repainted 57x56cm | eBay

"Holy s--tballs, Batman!" :

Original Francesco Moser Hour Record VA Por La Hora Pista 51 151 Track Pursuit | eBay
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Originally Posted by nlerner
If it only were a DeRosa, I'd be all over that.
If that were a DeRosa, I wouldn't have posted it. I'd be doing some late fall SLX Lawn Mowing with cat stickers!
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Paging @greg3rd48, I've never seen these seat tube decals or lug outlining before. Very cool:

Vintage 1968 Peugeot PX10 Le Reynolds Nervex 531 Road Frame 56 C T x 57 C C | eBay


Raleigh International Copper 21 5" 1974 99 Original Campagnolo | eBay

Super eye-catching Gios Professional -- no idea if this is a custom repaint:

Gios Torino Professional 1980'S | eBay


Alberto Masi Prestige Classic Road Bike
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Here's a nice looking Schwinn Superior in Eugene, OR

1983 Schwinn Superior with full Campy The Baby Paramount!
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Anyone need some 180mm cranks?

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/bop/5296025662.html

Shimano Dura-Ace FC7402 crank arms, date markings indicate 1989.

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Original dust caps with all text visible - great condition

Drive side crank has some pitting. No dents, dings, cracks, or nicks. Could be polished to mirror shine and look like new. All threads are in excellent condition.

Comes with original Shimano 53t outer chainring. Inner chainring not included.

Can provide generic set (5) of unmarked double chainring bolts as well.

$40 obo
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Originally Posted by Kactus
Here's a nice looking Schwinn Superior in Eugene, OR

1983 Schwinn Superior with full Campy The Baby Paramount!
There's a black 56cm for $275 locally but I can't post the ad. PM if interested 'cause I can PM.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
I loved that bike too, but most folks would probably prefer campy on it (I dig OMAS), none of those parts were irreplaceable, or unique to that frame and I'm not seeing this as a horror show.

It's not what I'd have done, but it's not sacrilege either.
I just loved the build.

It was somewhat unusual and had some personality.

Campy GS, NR and SR variations get me a little snoozy at times.
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Originally Posted by gomango
I just loved the build.

It was somewhat unusual and had some personality.

Campy GS, NR and SR variations get me a little snoozy at times.
I completely agree...it had style. I'd have kept it as is, and I'm a fan of OMAS.
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@leegf I just let go of one Peugeot yesterday. Tempting if the price weren't so high.
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[h=2]Vintage Road bikes, Large frames - $100 (North Phoenix)[/h]
'63 Schwinn Superior, 24"



'74 Mondia Special, 23"

There are additional bikes and parts not listed here. I found this seller to be a gentleman, when I purchased a Cyclone RD.
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Eddie Merckx SLX Corsa Extra road bike


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OK folks, let's throw our money in the pot and go get these!

Lot 150 Vintage Racing Bikes Bianchi Colnago Coppi Chesini from 1945 to 1990 | eBay
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
OK folks, let's throw our money in the pot and go get these!

Lot 150 Vintage Racing Bikes Bianchi Colnago Coppi Chesini from 1945 to 1990 | eBay
Wow...what a lot! From looking at the photos...if you had (have) the money to invest, it could be quite the deal!
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Originally Posted by daf1009
Wow...what a lot! From looking at the photos...if you had (have) the money to invest, it could be quite the deal!
I agree. Wheels are turning in my head ...

If I was closer to retirement, I would figure out a way to get these bikes, stay in Italy and use them to fund a 6 or 7 month stay while I sell them 1 by 1. Of course I would have to fight the temptation to keep the ones that fit me.
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^ Imagine the fun deciding who gets which bikes. It would probably make most estate battles seem like tea parties. Let's see, 75 people each chip in $1100 ($75000 + $7500 for shipping - just pulling numbers out of my butt) and each person gets two bikes. But which two? Who gets the Frejus pista? Are any of the bikes my size? Who is the lucky duck who gets to travel to Italy and supervise the shipping?
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