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

Old 11-12-15, 08:30 AM
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Thanks everyone for the feedback, re: MAX. I'd definitely also consider one in 54, to the extent that made any difference.

Originally Posted by gomango
You would like it a lot until you had to ride it all the time.
Ah, but this is why we own more than one bike

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Maybe a trip to Milwaukee/Chicago is in order...
If you get it, please do let us know. I wouldn't mind following your build thread and living vicariously through you for a bit..
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Not C&V, but the price seems good for Campy Record 10-speed and an Italian-built frame -- someone please correct me if I'm off the mark.


Campagnolo Record 10 Speed Bicycle
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I am digging this Austro Daimler in Madison, it a steal at $425
+1. I've always been impressed with the AD frames I've encountered and this is the creme-de-la-creme for AD, AFAIK. And while I probably shouldn't say this, the components are nearly worth the asking price and you'd get the frame for free.
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Vintage 1971 Motobecane Le Champion Campagnolo 52 5 Cm | eBay


COLNAGO SUPER FRAME AND FORKS IN MOLTENI MERCKX PAINT PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED | eBay

Not cheap, but this Olmo looks super nice:

Olmo Professionisti Team Road Bicycle, Campagnolo C-Record, Panograph, L'eroica
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Originally Posted by leegf
Not C&V, but the price seems good for Campy Record 10-speed and an Italian-built frame -- someone please correct me if I'm off the mark.


Campagnolo Record 10 Speed Bicycle
12 year old (maybe more) aluminium/carbon frame with so-so wheels and a Record group for $1425 isn't a great deal.

This old Serotta with 105 (and a rack!) for $450 in nearby Fort Collins is a good deal.

Serotta Classique - Steel - Carbon Fork

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Originally Posted by leegf
Thanks everyone for the feedback, re: MAX. I'd definitely also consider one in 54, to the extent that made any difference.



Ah, but this is why we own more than..
Suit yourself.
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Fleet of Raleigh's
https://chicago.craigslist.org/nch/bik/5286372752.html

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    Vintage Raleigh Road Bike Collection (SE WI) < >









    Raleigh Carlton Super Course (59cm Reynolds 531 Frame) Green - $200
    Raleigh Super Record (59cm) Red - $150
    Raeligh Grand Prix (59cm) White - $150
    Raleigh Grand Prix (59cm) Blue - $150
    Raleigh Grand Prix (59cm) Green - $150
    Raleigh Grand Prix Mixte (50cm) White - $150
    Raleigh Beacon Royale (53cm) Gold - $175

    All seven bikes are ready to ride.
    Photos appear in the order the bikes are listed.
    Will sell all seven for $800.
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slacker cruiseeRare Lumala British Sri Lanka European Style Vintage Road City Bicycle
Rare Lumala British Sri Lanka European Style Vintage Road City Bicycle - $149 (Pilsen - Chicago) < >











make / manufacturer: Lumala

Lumala European Design City Road Bike made in Sri Lanka.

This bike is in great condition, heavy duty and is made in Sri Lanka. The seat tube measures 22 - 23" or 56 cm. And yes, I do have the seat for it and will install it for you.

Call or text Terry @ show contact info to see, I am in Pilsen around Cermak and Halsted.



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w/ funky flex stem

SoftRide Road/Triathalon Bike

SoftRide Road/Triathalon Bike - $300 (Naperville) < >






Softride Powercurve Sport road bike - in excellent condition. This is a men's bike and has a large frame which would suit taller riders (6'0" or taller). Carbon fiber suspension beam which can be adjusted up and down.

Made in USA. This bike is very lightweight. Suspension on front and back, quick release front and rear wheels. Frame is in great shape. Brakes work great, shifters work great. Zero rust anywhere on the bike. Little to no wear to the frame. Tires are still very good and hold air.

-Vetta cyclometer
-Shimano RX100 components
-Shimano PD-M525 pedals
-Ritchey Vantage Comp Road rims
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-maximum rider weight is 230 lbs

This is a good racing bike and great for triathlons.

Asking $300. Retail price on this bike was around $1500.
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
w/ funky flex stem

Not exactly a Flexstem, but something different. Girvin made the Flexstem and it has a single pivot near the quill, so that when it does flex the handlebars pivot downward, an odd feeling at first.

The Softride version is more complex and is actually a parallelogram, so that when you hit the same bump the bars do not pivot downward but move downward with your hands in the same relative position. My wife has one of these on her Peugeot mountain bike and I have a couple of others in my stash.



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Unless I am mistaken I have seen a couple of those Raleigh pictures here?
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I would be all over that Austro Daimler if my size. I love my Vent Noir.

Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I am digging this Austro Daimler in Madison, it a steal at $425

22" Austro Daimler Super Leicht Road Bike. Campy


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I'm certain it's gone by now, but I just had to post this here for posterity:

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print[h=2] Lemond Zurich Road Bike - $200[/h]


condition: good
make / manufacturer: Lemond
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Great 853 Steel Road bicycle by Lemond
-Zurich XXL frame
-Shimano Ultegra components
-Double chain ring

This is a great road ride with a good stiff frame! These components are so stable I've only had to tune them at most once a year.
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I'm certain it's gone by now, but I just had to post this here for posterity:

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      A little surprised to still see this around. It'd be tempting if it weren't too big for me:

      CENTURION, IRONMAN, Dave Scott
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      Who's bold enough to show up at the next C&V ride with this?! C'mon someone!

      Shogun Kaze 54cm Time Trial Funny Bike

      Shogun Kaze 54cm Time Trial Funny Bike - $500 (Rogers Park) < >










      condition: good
      make / manufacturer: Shogun
      model name / number: Kaze


      For sale is a Shogun Kaze 54cm time trial / funny bike. This is a vintage bike with some small nicks in the paint, but no dings or dents in the frame. Specs below. The bike is in fantastic shape and functions well. It has new Cinelli bar tape and is ready to go.

      Frame: Tange 2
      Stem: Nitto 80 Stem NJS
      Handlebar: Nitto Z-H-O Aerobar
      Headset: Shimano 600
      Brakes: Shimano 600
      Brake Levers: Shimano 600
      Shift Levers: Shimano 600
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      RD: Shimano 600
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      Hubs: Shimano 600
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      Couple interesting re-paints in DC area:

      Paramount PDG for $150:
      Schwinn Paramount Series 5 PDG



      ?? With nice lugs and Campy 8sp for $300:
      Vintage Lugged Steel Road Bike Campagnolo Chorus 8 spd 21" 53.5 cm
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      Originally Posted by leegf
      Not C&V, but the price seems good for Campy Record 10-speed and an Italian-built frame -- someone please correct me if I'm off the mark.


      Campagnolo Record 10 Speed Bicycle

      Similar, if not exact same bike went through once or twice on the bay at around $1000 without selling.
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      I obviously don't know those bikes

      Thanks for the feedback.
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      Raleigh Pro frame/fork needs a little TLC just popped up $150 shipped.

      Vintage Raleigh professional Frameset 59cm Campagnolo dropouts
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      Originally Posted by leegf
      I obviously don't know those bikes

      Thanks for the feedback.
      I think you have a very good eye...keep posting and we'll decide how the prices are.
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      Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
      Raleigh Pro frame/fork needs a little TLC just popped up $150 shipped.

      Vintage Raleigh professional Frameset 59cm Campagnolo dropouts
      I'm no Pro pro but the fork crown and the seat cluster don't look right to me. Pros I've seen have the fully sloping fork crown and on the seat cluster the stays come in lower on the seat tube, down on the skirt on the back of the seat lug well below the binder. Plus, the seat lug takes a single hex binder bolt that is recessed into the right side and threads directly into the left side. No two-piece binder bolt as it appears this frame uses.



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      Originally Posted by thumpism
      I'm no Pro pro but the fork crown and the seat cluster don't look right to me. Pros I've seen have the fully sloping fork crown and on the seat cluster the stays come in lower on the seat tube, down on the skirt on the back of the seat lug well below the binder. Plus, the seat lug takes a single hex binder bolt that is recessed into the right side and threads directly into the left side. No two-piece binder bolt as it appears this frame uses.

      I agree. Maybe it's the ugly paint job. Color hurts my eyes. I did not see a serial number stamped into the bottom bracket. If I were seller I would be sure serial number was visible.
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      Originally Posted by jeirvine
      Couple interesting re-paints in DC area

      ?? With nice lugs and Campy 8sp for $300:
      Vintage Lugged Steel Road Bike Campagnolo Chorus 8 spd 21" 53.5 cm
      After years and probably 20+ bikes sold, one of mine finally makes the list! The make is a mystery to me, anyone know what this is? Serial # L818663. Actually bought this bike as a parts donor; swapped the parts onto my bike and had the frame and campy parts laying there so I built it up. Will throw in Campy chorus headset if a BF member buys it.
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      Originally Posted by nazcalines
      1983 Univega, probably a Gran Rally with its shifter boss cut off.
      +1 1983 Univega. Gran Rally is a good guess, but it could be a Gran Premio or one of the other upper models.
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