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

Old 02-01-16, 09:30 AM
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At around $200... I wanted it for the wheels & handlebars.... too small for me as well.
Bummer. I can't find the other white one I was watching, but this is one I was thinking of that Goodwill in Denver just sold for $50 (local pickup): 5187 N FENCE5 Vintage Peugeot Record Du Mond Road Bicycle | eBay
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Nothing earthshaking here except from the paint style, the black bands, it looks like a largely Raleigh Grand Prix knockoff in pastel blue. A Pegasus. I found one thread talking about Pegasus but it could be another company they spoke of. Who knows where this bike came from. No chrome tipped fork. Just sort of an anomaly. The gold painted font on the black is reminiscent of how the Grand Prixs are styled as well. How does that go, "imitation is the best form of flattery".

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$200 Merckx in Louisville KY:
Vintage Eddy Merckx

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$200 Merckx in Louisville KY:
Vintage Eddy Merckx

Came in here to post that, saw you beat me to it

That's a steal if it's legit, even though the rear wheel looks kinda crappy (a pie plate is usually not a good sign).
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Glad that Merckx is so small. It hurst less thinking about not getting it.
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This is from a fellow BF member. I reluctantly -VERY reluctantly- had to pass. It is almost exactly what I've been looking for, but timing is off....



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I took it to Wheelworks where the original builder assessed it, found some tubed tires and had them glued to the original nisi rims. They also cleaned it a bit, re packed the pedals & hubs then wrapped some new black tape to the 62/42 bars. The order slip in Peter's handwriting can be yours, too. It still needs brake lever hoods but that's about it. Everything is original, otherwise, with a full campy compliment. The paint cycles between deep blue and metallic green depending on the light and chrome forks set it off.






Peter remembered building this for the previous owner. It's straight and true. The Columbus tube sticker is a bit funky but the bike seems to be in very good condition, overall.
61cm c-c & 57cm tt
Campagnolo Super Record crankset 175 mm
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
This is from a fellow BF member. I reluctantly -VERY reluctantly- had to pass. It is almost exactly what I've been looking for, but timing is off....



81 Peter Mooney
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I took it to Wheelworks where the original builder assessed it, found some tubed tires and had them glued to the original nisi rims. They also cleaned it a bit, re packed the pedals & hubs then wrapped some new black tape to the 62/42 bars. The order slip in Peter's handwriting can be yours, too. It still needs brake lever hoods but that's about it. Everything is original, otherwise, with a full campy compliment. The paint cycles between deep blue and metallic green depending on the light and chrome forks set it off.






Peter remembered building this for the previous owner. It's straight and true. The Columbus tube sticker is a bit funky but the bike seems to be in very good condition, overall.
61cm c-c & 57cm tt
Campagnolo Super Record crankset 175 mm
Campagnolo Record front/rear dérailleurs
Campagnolo Record STD reach brakes
Super Record seat post
Cinelli 130 Record IR stem
Campagnolo silver record pedals, Alfredo Bindo straps

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Such a tease! No full bike picture in the ad, annoying. Bet it's gorgeous.
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VINTAGE RANDONNEUR FRENCH AOUTOMOTO BICYCLE FRAME 57CM

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might go for cheap as only 2hrs left before auction end, and it's standing on £35.99

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I've been watching these triple triangles for a while and I may need educating on what makes this one a screaming deal at $500. It's clean for sure but needs original decal set. It's also aluminum which makes it less desirable IMO. There is a 60cm aluminum Edge frame (no fork) that's been sitting there with no takers at $250 OBO. For $475, there is a 54cm Reynolds steel GT triple triangle road frame that I think would be the more desirable frame, no?
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Originally Posted by plonz
I've been watching these triple triangles for a while and I may need educating on what makes this one a screaming deal at $500. It's clean for sure but needs original decal set. It's also aluminum which makes it less desirable IMO. There is a 60cm aluminum Edge frame (no fork) that's been sitting there with no takers at $250 OBO. For $475, there is a 54cm Reynolds steel GT triple triangle road frame that I think would be the more desirable frame, no?
wooops! i missed the frame and fork only!!! sorry. i take it back.
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Originally Posted by plonz
I've been watching these triple triangles for a while and I may need educating on what makes this one a screaming deal at $500. It's clean for sure but needs original decal set. It's also aluminum which makes it less desirable IMO. There is a 60cm aluminum Edge frame (no fork) that's been sitting there with no takers at $250 OBO. For $475, there is a 54cm Reynolds steel GT triple triangle road frame that I think would be the more desirable frame, no?
I humbly agree with this assessment. And while cool indeed, it isn't especially clean or immaculate...
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Saw this Legnano for $400 on craigslist new york city. Am drooling over it but ain't got the money Also, its a bit small for me at 55cm but could make it work with an extra 1cm on the stem or so...



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Is this a good Peugeot?

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Vintage Colnago Fixed Gear

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Old Colnago fixie, about 58cm frame. Frame has been painted at some point. No decals, which allows you to bomb around in Italian bike stealth mode. Plenty of scratches and patina. Small dent in top tube (in photo). 27 inch rims (not 700c) laced to a Surly rear hub and Campy front hub. Crazy low 42/18 gearing. Has drop bars with brake levers on them but no brakes. I can throw in a front brake, a cable, and some bar tape if desired to get that tidy.
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"Is this a good Peugeot?"
For starters, that's a Stronglight Crank, that's very, very good.

Chrome back and front, that's real good too. Undoubtedly, assuming it is in rideable shape.

Shifters on the downtube and not the stem.

So, yes.

I'm nowhere near there, so I won't get it, I bet that Peugeot has some nice frame tubing material as well, it's probably light. Excellent.

Other people know more than me on this, but someone was just talking about purple colored Peugeots in this forum the other day.

And it looks like it is in good shape cosmetically.

The Schwinn looks good too, the JC Penny for all we know, might appeal to antique buffs, disk brakes.

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I think yes. Not sure the model, but that's a nice crank. Worth a look if it's near you.
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For starters, that's a Stronglight Crank, that's very, very good.

Chrome back and front, that's real good too. Undoubtedly, assuming it is in rideable shape.

Shifters on the downtube and not the stem.

So, yes.

I'm nowhere near there, so I won't get it, I bet that Peugeot has some nice frame tubing material as well, it's probably light. Excellent.

Other people know more than me on this, but someone was just talking about purple colored Peugeots in this forum the other day.
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I think yes. Not sure the model, but that's a nice crank. Worth a look if it's near you.
Given the half-chromed stays and fork, as well as the Stronglight stuff, I am going to venture to guess PX10. In purple! Don't recall ever seeing one of those before.
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Given the half-chromed stays and fork, as well as the Stronglight stuff, I am going to venture to guess PX10. In purple! Don't recall ever seeing one of those before.
Yea, I'm trying to contact the seller. Hopefully he doesn't know what he has there. Going to really low-ball it.
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Originally Posted by leegf
Given the half-chromed stays and fork, as well as the Stronglight stuff, I am going to venture to guess PX10. In purple! Don't recall ever seeing one of those before.
It looks like a great bike,

The Schwinn is also nice, maybe not as a collectible but for getting around.
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I'll put it to you like this: I wouldn't have even bothered posting here because I'd already have been in transit to pick up the bike. Don't miss it - that's a smoking deal.
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I sent him a text message. Waiting.
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