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Old 04-11-16, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by due ruote
531 French beauty awaiting rescue in Moline IL.

Vintage Peugeot bike
Vintage Peugeot bike - $150 (Moline)
Looks like an excellent deal really. There seem to be excellent deals in that vicinity. Some real nice deal was just posted on some bike in Peoria.
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Not sure how these auctions typically work, but there's a huge lot of vintage bicycle things selling at the end of the week:

https://www.liveauctioneers.com/cata...cycle-auction/

In particular, this 1976 Jack Taylor tandem caught my eye:



Also this bike "built for four":



Would probably need reliable facilitation from NY for any of this stuff.
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Basso Loto Road Bike
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Basso Loto 52" 10 speed road bike in excellent condition. My wife purchased this bike in 2003 to ride with me but found that this style bike (road, not upright) did not work well for her. She has since purchased a cruiser and has decided it's time to let this bike go. It has Campagnolo Daytona components and less than 500 miles on the bike. It's a clean bike in very good shape that comes with shoes/clips & pedals. The wheels are in great condition. It's the perfect bike for someone looking to put on some miles on the road or someone who is planning to do a longer charity or century ride. Let me know if you have any questions. Price is $650 or best reasonable offer.
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[h=2] 1988 Cannondale SR700 - $350 (Watertown, MA) [/h]




condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Cannondale
model name / number: SR700
serial number: 60020888112
size / dimensions: 52 cm



1988 Black Lighting Cannondale bike for sale. Asking $ 350, but will consider reasonable offers. Great condition. has been stored indoors for the past 7 years. 62cm Frame
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1976 Eisentraut Limited - full Campagnolo - $875 (Sherborn)



























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Vintage 1976 Eisentraut Limited. Serial Number 76L805. Full Campagnolo Nuovo Record, featuring factory triple crankset (52,44,36, 172.5 mm). Beautiful Nervex Lugs. Set up as a commuter. but idle for last 10 years. No attempt at period-correct matching of components, just vintage 70's and 80's. Mavic MA2 wheelset (27 x1.25). Seat tube: 57cm, Top Tube 56 cm. Regina 5 speed freewheel (14/24). Saddle and pedals not included. Cash only. Pickup only.
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Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
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Falcon:

FALCON, Classic Road Racing Bike
Yes, this one would surely be costly at $700 I would think, it is still interesting to see what is selling in Nebraska. Interesting bike though.
Looks like a late 70's - 80's model as it lacks the full wrap-around seat stays, handsome metal head-badge & chromed forks and stays. Those Sugino cranks w/ the slotted arms
are very cool.
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Love that Eisentraut, esp. the Fillmore West script.
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Originally Posted by due ruote
Love that Eisentraut, esp. the Fillmore West script.
Yes, but a bit beat up for such a high price on a Limited...
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Originally Posted by vtchuck
Those Sugino cranks w/ the slotted arms are very cool.
"cool," but are they safe? i would replace them.

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[QUOTE=eschlwc;18682506]"cool," but are they safe? i would replace them.



Probably okay if you're spinning. But, yeah I wouldn't stand on them on a climb unless I lost 50lbs first.
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Originally Posted by eschlwc
"cool," but are they safe? i would replace them.

Those are Sugino Mighty Road and there is no other drillium on the bike...might the arm slots be factory rather than custom? The slots in the spider are factory.

Dunno....hard to tell from the photo.
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i have no problem with the cutout spider. i have one and love it.

but the severely cutout arms? not cool.
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Originally Posted by eschlwc
i have no problem with the cutout spider. i have one and love it.

but the severely cutout arms? not cool.
I wouldnt ride them either, and I only weigh around 145lbs. I dont think they're factory either, no way imo.
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Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
Nebraska area bikes


Des Moines CL:

1975 Raleigh Super Course MK II- 23" price drop
Okay, this one's weird. I really like the choice of Sturmey-Archer 8-speed for the drivetrain, that's pretty cool. But do you see what he did for a shifter?

Unless my eyes are failing me, I think I see a Gripshift attached to the handlebar stem!

That would be awkward, don't you think?
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Originally Posted by DQRider
Okay, this one's weird. I really like the choice of Sturmey-Archer 8-speed for the drivetrain, that's pretty cool. But do you see what he did for a shifter?

Unless my eyes are failing me, I think I see a Gripshift attached to the handlebar stem!

That would be awkward, don't you think?
Lol. The ideas some people come up with..
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Yes, but a bit beat up for such a high price on a Limited...
Loads of personality though.

If it were local, I would go see it.
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Schwinn Tandem Paramount

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1979 Raleigh Superbe

Looks almost new! Not cheap, but worth the money for all that Suntour Superbe 1st Generation parts alone!

Rare Collectable Raleigh Superbe Bike

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Originally Posted by Don Buska
1979 Raleigh Superbe

Looks almost new! Not cheap, but worth the money for all that Suntour Superbe 1st Generation parts alone!

Rare Collectable Raleigh Superbe Bike

Beautiful ride. And just my size! Sadly it wont be coming home with me, lol.
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Edit On, the place in KC also has the woman's, $25: https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bid/5506785545.html

Rod Brakes, that's what those are called! Aren't they? This must be a bit rare, look at the slant on the headtube and fork.

Boy's Raleigh the ad says but some 3 speeds just look small and this Antique Dealer, no disrespect, has already shown themselves in my opinion to not be too knowledgeable on this. This may well fit an adult. In fact, I think it would.

Only $25.

I don't know how Rod Brakes date a bike. Looking at a websearch of images, there was a modern Raleigh logo on one such bike but this is the way they did way way back.



https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bid/5504113840.html



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Originally Posted by DQRider;18683042Unless my eyes are failing me, I think I see a Gripshift attached to the handlebar stem! :eek:

That would be [I
awkward[/I], don't you think?
Wow, that IS weird. But for some reason, I gotta say that's pretty innovative, yet completely oblivious
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De Rosa "Halfords" road frameset? It's advertised as a Halfords and has that stamped at the seatstay braze-ons, but is otherwise marked as De Rosa...can anyone shed some light on that?
58cm Halfords Bike Frame

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My money is on a mid '80s Falcon Victory.

Originally Posted by vtchuck
Looks like a late 70's - 80's model as it lacks the full wrap-around seat stays, handsome metal head-badge & chromed forks and stays. Those Sugino cranks w/ the slotted arms
are very cool.
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62 cm Schwinn Prelude in DeKalb, IL. Looks rough, make an offer.
https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/bik/5534438329.html

58 cm Bridgestone 300 frameset in Chicago
1986 Bridgestone 300 Frameset w/ Extras

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Originally Posted by bowermb
De Rosa "Halfords" road frameset? It's advertised as a Halfords and has that stamped at the seatstay braze-ons, but is otherwise marked as De Rosa...can anyone shed some light on that?
58cm Halfords Bike Frame
It's been listing in ATL for at least 5-6 weeks now. It's a Halfords frame, Halfords is a big shop with storefronts all over the UK that's been selling bikes for decades. Not sure who actually makes their frames, but you can clearly see the logo in the seat stay caps. Someone badged it with De Rosa stickers. Looks like a nice frame and all, but asking price is more than double what I'd pay for it.
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