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

Old 04-05-16, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
The point is well taken. Here is an interesting article on unicrown forks: Lovely Bicycle!: The Unicrown Fork
Interesting article and comments. Other vintage bike geeks as are anal as I am? Who knew??
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In the few photos of the Davidson fork, I don't see any welds, so I don't think it is a unicrown. Maybe Carbon Fiber?
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Good gracious, how is this beauty still available?

Della Santa 56cm
Della Santa Corsa Speciale road bicycle

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Thanks, I added a link to the CL ad.
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Originally Posted by gomango
Good gracious, how is this beauty still available?

Della Santa 56cm
Della Santa Corsa Speciale road bicycle


Great question! I thought Portland was a hot bike market. Have the Portlandians seen it all? So jaded that a mere classic bike from one of the world's best builders of racing bicycles is rather boring? I promise those baskets are removable.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
Great question! I thought Portland was a hot bike market. Have the Portlandians seen it all? So jaded that a mere classic bike from one of the world's best builders of racing bicycles is rather boring? I promise those baskets are removable.
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I would have them off in world record time.

Surely someone here would enjoy such a nice bicycle.

If it were a wee bit larger, it would have to come live in Minnesota.

My son loves his Della Santa and it wouldn't mind a little company.
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Peugeot in Chicago $150

Peugeot roadbike vintage or trade
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Originally Posted by kevins08
Cannondale Black Lightning - 58cm

Looks to be in great condition, located in Lincoln NE. Could facilitate and help ship if interested. No affiliation.

Cannondale "Black Lightning" - Vintage Bike
That bike would be awesome with an XT front derailleur!,,,,BD
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https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/bik/5519264129.html
Miyata 1400 and Fuji Turing IV.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
That poor Fuji needs help... They both do...

The Fuji only came with Cyclone rear derailleur in '83, but since somebody also replaced the shifters with barcons, who knows... Glad the Fuji has racks f/r, so that is a plus. and it is my size.

https://www.classicfuji.com/TouringSe..._1983_Page.htm

The Miyata steel 1400 was only offered one year - 1989, and should have Shimano 600 Ultegra group.
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What a great looking Serotta and only $650

SEROTTA bike

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Cannondale R600 with 8 speed Veloce for $300 in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Cannondale R600 w/Campy components.





And a nice looking Gitane Tour de France with Campy and a nice Stronglight crank near Hartford for only $225

Gitance, Campy, vintage Reynolds 531

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I don't have room and would only pay if it were less than half of the $199 asking, but given the LJS DO and QR on front/rear, thie Jeunet appears it could be a 630 or better.

Jeunet Franche Comte Bike-Vintage 1972- Original Owner

Purchased new in 1972 ridden a few times and stored for the last 40 years. Everything is original even the tires.
In excellent condition. See pictures.
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One of my favorite local shops has a couple of really nice consignment offerings right now, but this one looks especially nice. I just need to grow a little bit for it to fit me.



57cm 1970 Liotto ? Sellwood Cycle Repair
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
One of my favorite local shops has a couple of really nice consignment offerings right now, but this one looks especially nice. I just need to grow a little bit for it to fit me.



57cm 1970 Liotto ? Sellwood Cycle Repair
That's really pretty. Price is attractive, too.
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Nothing fancy, but this is a nice-looking frame. A proper saddle and maybe some gumwalls would do wonders to the overall appearance.


Raleigh Technium Pro Shimano 105 Look Pedals | eBay
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Nice looking Marinoni sport touring bike with a Camagnolo Chorus group for $575 on the Seattle CL

Marinoni sport touring bicycle




I love the paint on this C40 near Denver; the price is reasonable at $1500

Colnago C40 Carbon Road Bike

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Anyone have thoughts on what model this is? May be interested in picking it up. Looks like a decently high-end Fuji, from the late 70s. Looks like a Cyclone MKII RD. Paint original?



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Rides well
Sugino crankset
62cm
Brooks pedal cages

Fuji Roadbike 62cm
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"Brand new" PX-10. I didn't scrutinize every inch, but this looks legitimately straight out of the box to me.

Never Ridden All Original Peugeot PX 10 and It's The Real Thing | eBay - $1500 OBO, too rich for me, but looks like it was stored in a time capsule and is probably right for someone with the money...

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If anyone is seriously interested, I could probably facilitate.


Colnago Super road bike 1973 56cm Campagnolo Nuovo Record Panto Mexico
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
One of my favorite local shops has a couple of really nice consignment offerings right now, but this one looks especially nice. I just need to grow a little bit for it to fit me.



57cm 1970 Liotto ? Sellwood Cycle Repair
I have a blue '72 on the exact opposite end of the spectrum on condition (it's rough). This is gorgeous. Even has the original Unica Nitor seat.
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Originally Posted by jmeb
Anyone have thoughts on what model this is? May be interested in picking it up. Looks like a decently high-end Fuji, from the late 70s. Looks like a Cyclone MKII RD. Paint original?



Details from ad:
Made in Japan
ttt Record stem
Nitto bars
Barcon barend shifters
MKS pedals
Rides well
Sugino crankset
62cm
Brooks pedal cages

Fuji Roadbike 62cm
Looks like it might possibly be a repainted mid-70s S-10-S, which would be a hi-ten frame. Suntour VGT / Compe-V derailleurs, Sugino Maxy crank, Dia Compe centerpulls. Likely the Barcons were added later. The frame probably has chromed socks under the paint on the forks and stays.

Fuji catalogs
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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist
Looks like it might possibly be a repainted mid-70s S-10-S, which would be a hi-ten frame. Suntour VGT / Compe-V derailleurs, Sugino Maxy crank, Dia Compe centerpulls. Likely the Barcons were added later. The frame probably has chromed socks under the paint on the forks and stays.

Fuji catalogs
Helpful. Didn't seem like a stock paint job. Sounds like a pass.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
Though $200; Phoenix now has a splendid Lambert, Lambert is the company that went on to become Viscount. This bike, lugs and all seems very attractive and in good condition.

Triple crank it looks like too; this looks like a good deal to me and lovely to look at, a bit small at that.


Goldish handelbars seen on later Viscounts.


https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/bik/5497036659.html
And the Seattle Viking was posted the other day which is similar, it seems these British companies enjoyed a sort of merger at one time.

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Originally Posted by francophile
I don't have room and would only pay if it were less than half of the $199 asking, but given the LJS DO and QR on front/rear, thie Jeunet appears it could be a 630 or better.

Jeunet Franche Comte Bike-Vintage 1972- Original Owner

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We pretty much had this kind of bike, chrome back and front, a flag (navy) blue color for $200; then, they dropped it to $150 and it looks like it got sold (the dreaded "that listing has been deleted" webpage). It was definitely too small for me. It doesn't mean anything to me one way or another but that front fork looks all chrome. I don't think they came that way. That Mixte looks a little bigger than the one that was on sell here; so, I was able to pass it by somewhat on that basis. I would be unable to make a guess as to what type it was though.
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