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

Old 04-26-16, 05:13 PM
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Raleigh Portage - $200 - Denver

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A load of classic fun. Difficult to view and not much of description. No twin plate fork crown but still has the classic fillet brazed frame. Arai drag brake. Hopefully has the Mafac Criterium brakeset. TA chainset. Suntour + barcons. Cali made. Bid or BIN $950

1984 Santana Tandem Near Mint Condition | eBay

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Originally Posted by jetboy
This one belongs to BF member Catnap. He did the repaint himself and chronicles it in a thread somewhere. Real world testament to how a repaint can devalue a frame because this has been available for a long time and is less than anything you'll see on eBay. Shame too because it is flat out gorgeous.

I can't imagine seeing it still available in 2017 without it first ending up in my garage!
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Rare Detel Legend 4000
Detel bicycles were made in Green Bay Wisconsin for a short time in 1985.
The lugged frame uses Ishiwata 022 triple butted tubes (.9-.6-.9 mm) from Japan
Ishiwata tubing, lugged .... and made in Green Bay Wisconsin according to the ad, a Detel bike.

Detel bicycles were made in Green Bay Wisconsin for a short time in 1985.
The lugged frame uses Ishiwata 022 triple butted tubes (.9-.6-.9 mm) from Japan.

Right now, there is a thread on page 1 here on double butted Ishiwata 022. https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...ed-tubing.html

You never know what is going to show up next; honestly. $150.

Seller should come here if they already don't.

Detel selling at budget bicycle center for $650; okay, they price their bikes exorbitantly, still a bit interesting. That left crank arm per the pictures looks like it has a big crack in it! https://www.budgetbicyclectr.com/1985...d-bicycle.html

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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist
Raleigh Portages might be the ones to get, I read the old catalogs on them, fairly rare I think.
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Raleigh Super Course 60 cm
Only $100, some work needed.

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Raleigh Nottingham Competition, $500.
Raleigh Competition GS Reynolds531

Some sort of Carlton with Reynolds 531 butted tubing, looks like it lost most of it's water slide decals which on many of those bikes I think were poorly done.
Raleigh Carlton, Reynolds 531
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Gianni Motta Personal 2001- Campagnolo S. Record -Pantographed- Brooks


HOLDSWORTH ROAD BIKE 54cm


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1995 Bob Jackson Bicycle 753 Record Athena Sup 500 Miles Beautiful | eBay
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Here's one one doesn't see often as well,

a Performance Blue Ridge!

1980s Performance Blue Ridge Sport Touring Bike, Single Speed, 58cm

And turned into a single speed, so that makes the asking price a bit too high for me.
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
A load of classic fun. Difficult to view and not much of description. No twin plate fork crown but still has the classic fillet brazed frame. Arai drag brake. Hopefully has the Mafac Criterium brakeset. TA chainset. Suntour + barcons. Cali made. Bid or BIN $950

1984 Santana Tandem Near Mint Condition | eBay

Great bike, but I can't stop looking at the tree!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9bbxNV7QY8 Don't touch that Tandem!
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cross posting this from appraisals:

Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
Motobecane Le Champion frame set with extras
Check this out, seller in Vermont said he was tired of all of the French measurements, put a Raleigh Professional Fork in a Le Champion! Deal is for the frame only but a deal. I wonder how he found such a nice fork, 531 forks expensive on their own.

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An actual Raleigh Tricycle with, it looks like, a totally encased chainguard.



RALEIGH TRI CYCLE
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Here's a weird one, though not wacky. $650 with wheels, $325 w/o

1980's Swiss Car Pa Road Bike 59.5
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$35 Raleigh Record in SF. Seller says frame but there's a chance it's everything but seat.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bop/5559518016.html
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Who wouldn't want a cool framed Campy poster for only $10 in Park City, UT?

https://www.ksl.com/?nid=218&ad=3939...gnolo&ad_cid=4

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Now that's a stem!
There's no way to crash that front wheel..your knuckles would hit the fixed object first!
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Originally Posted by plonz
This one belongs to BF member Catnap. He did the repaint himself and chronicles it in a thread somewhere. Real world testament to how a repaint can devalue a frame because this has been available for a long time and is less than anything you'll see on eBay. Shame too because it is flat out gorgeous.

I can't imagine seeing it still available in 2017 without it first ending up in my garage!
The repaint is advantageous to people who wants to enjoy riding a nice frame without worrying about undue depreciation due to wear and tear. At the same time, one enjoys the appearance of a beautiful bike instead of looking at paint chips, scratches, and other imperfections. That aesthetic enjoyment is a significant part of the riding experience.

I was recently offered a perfect condition 1980's Cinelli which I did not buy because it has now become a wall hanger. It has been unused for over 30 years and will likely remain so forever.

I would be a likely buyer for this repainted 3Rensho if I haven't already acquired 3 bikes in the last three months. I would like to first enjoy riding these recent acquisitions.
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Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
Raleigh Portages might be the ones to get, I read the old catalogs on them, fairly rare I think.
For reference I had a buddy who is in the market for a bike call this guy within 4 hours of it being posted originally. He asked my friend if he wanted to beat the best off he had currently. My friend sadly didn't have $420 necessary to take this bike home.
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Lugged trek 950 in PWM, looks like for the smaller rider.

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[h=2]Seven road bike - $500 (Kingston) [/h][FONT=inherit]



Seven Cycles (2001) road bike, red, 58.4 cm steel frame, top tube 58.4 cm, full Dura-Ace STI 9- speed cassette, new rear wheel, chain cassette, sized to fit person 6' to 6'3". Single owner. Excellent condition (one tiny paint scratch). $500.00.
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^A steal.
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Early 70s Paramount

Schwinn Paramount early 70s for sale Looks very nice. Seller also as a trek 660 and Basso Gap for sale.
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Dang, how did I miss this? Total steal. Oh well, looks like it was too big for me anyway.
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Forget the highest bidder game in Denver, @jmeb. Tell your buddy to grow a few more inches and pick up this massive 64cm Raleigh Portage in Sacramento for a song.

rare raleigh portage touring
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Nice one, and seems cheap to me?,,,,BD

Italian Guerciotti Single Speed 50cm $300 Houston
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