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

Old 06-28-16, 07:49 AM
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Here's a set Richard Bryne has in the Speedplay pedal museum. He dates them to 1980. From that entry:

Produced by Bill Grove, a pioneer BMX mechanic and designer. Grove's business, Titron BMX, made parts such as pedals, axles, seat post clamps and headset locks. Grove went on to head design for Hutch BMX and his pedals eventually became branded with the Hutch name. As BMX matured, Bill Grove's early designs have garnered something of a cult status among collectors and his BMX pedals and other parts are now both exceptionally rare and valuable. If you can find a pair of these "Holy Grail" BMX pedals now, the going rate is over $1000 a pair.
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I had 2 sets of Hutch bear claw pedals. I hated them, they were shin eaters. Man if I still had all my Hutch Trickstars from the 80's, it's crazy the prices they are selling for.
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Fuji Sagres in Overlea, MD

I would be on my way to pick this up if it were nearby. 1986 seems to be the year.

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Bridgestone RB-2

If I was going to buy the Fuji Sagres, I would also check this one out - it is nearby overlea.

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Originally Posted by dweenk
I would be on my way to pick this up if it were nearby. 1986 seems to be the year.

Fuji road racer/vintage
I'm going to try to see if I can swing up there to take a look - even though I'm going down to DC to pick up a frame
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Interesting Flipper

I might have to buy something from this guy just so I can meet him! I don't know where he finds his stock, but he's always got an interesting selection of bikes at fair prices.

Meet at the Walmart in Lancaster

21" Schwinn Tempo $160
10 Cannondales: R800 2.8 $340, SR500 $500, Black Lightning $280, T500 $270, Black Lightening Criterium $300,
Vintage 70's Falcon with Campagnolo road bike $140

Lancaster, OH is a small town about 30 miles outside of Columbus, but far enough not to be a suburb.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands
I'm going to try to see if I can swing up there to take a look - even though I'm going down to DC to pick up a frame
$70 seems like a good deal, although the rear derailleur is not original, it was suppose to be the Suntour LePree and not the a5000, which makes me wonder how much of the rest of the bike is not original. But he only wants $70 too.
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Originally Posted by SloButWide
I might have to buy something from this guy just so I can meet him! I don't know where he finds his stock, but he's always got an interesting selection of bikes at fair prices.

Meet at the Walmart in Lancaster

21" Schwinn Tempo $160
10 Cannondales: R800 2.8 $340, SR500 $500, Black Lightning $280, T500 $270, Black Lightening Criterium $300,
Vintage 70's Falcon with Campagnolo road bike $140

Lancaster, OH is a small town about 30 miles outside of Columbus, but far enough not to be a suburb.
Wow, that Tempo looks to be almost new condition, if it fits you you should be strapping on a rocket pack and get there now. And yes, while you're there take a gander at the Falcon. I'm not much into older Cannondales, they rode like rocks. But the prices he's charging does indeed sound very fair.
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Smaller guy or the wife. Bill Holland frankenbike for just over $200. Check out the brake, rear derailleur cable routing and top of seat tube.
@gomango your kinda build.

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Anyone, does the @ thing still work? Not highlighting...

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Nice looking Bertoni Max with Croce D'Aune in St. Louis, MO

https://stlouis.craigslist.org/bik/5650196014.html

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Apologies if this has already been posted. 29 day old ad for a solid Ironman specimen at a good price. I don't get it.

https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/5611339235.html

favorite this post Centurion Dave Scott - $175 (Waukesha)

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1986 Trek Elance 310 - $280 (Burlington) hide this posting



condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Trek
model name / number: Elance 310
size / dimensions: 23"


1986 Trek Elance 310
Size 23"
12 speed
Everything in picture is included.
Frame and component details below are from the 1986 Trek Catalog. As you can see from the pics, the bike is in excellent condition. The one thing you may want to replace before doing any serious riding is the front rim, as there's a spoke on the loose. Just took it for a ride and tires are holding air just fine.
FRAME:
Main Tubes: Ishiwata Tri-Butted Chrome-Moly
Fork: Ishiwata Chrome-Moly w/Semi Sloping Crown
Stays: Special Tapered
Headset: Diamond Road
B.B. Shell: Bulge Formed
Headlug: Italian Style Cut
Seat Lug: Italian Style Cut
Dropouts: Suntour GT-IV Forged
Special Braze-Ons: Top Tube Guides, Pump Peg, Dual Water Bottle Mounts, B.B. Cable Guides, Braze-On Lever Mounts, Chain Hanger
Sizes: 19, 21, 23 and 25"
Colors: Steel Grey/Silver; Scarlet/White
COMPONENTS:
Crank: SR SAC-310 Forged Alloy 52/40
Derailleurs: Suntour LP Front and New Cyclone Rear
Shift Levers: Suntour Braze-On Mount
Freewheel: Suntour PT 14x28 6 spd.
Chain Brakes: D.I.D. Silver and Black DiaCompe GX500N w/Hooded Levers
Pedals: SR SP-250 Aero Quill
Bar: SR CT Alloy
Hubs: Sansin QR w/Sealed Mech.
Spokes: Stainless Steel
Rims: Araya 20A 27"x1" Alloy
Tires: IRC 27"x1"
Seat Post: SR P5-E Laprade Type Forged Alloy
Saddle: Selle Italia Anatomical
Extra: Nylon Toe Clips and Straps
Weight: 24.2 lbs.
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1985 Miyata 210 Touring / city bike 52cm - $223 (Weston) hide this posting



condition: good
make / manufacturer: Miyata 210
size / dimensions: 21 x 21-1/2" (52cm)

Good condition 21 x 21-1/2" ( 52cm) triple butted chromoly frame, Shimano derailleurs,
DiaCompe canti-lever brakes, 6sp triple ( 18sp)

It's lived an easy life, has minor scrapes is almost rust free, has new Armadillo tires
It has a been sitting in a warm, dry place; cleanup to the lustre you choose. Needs minor tweaking

When Treks 520 became a hot seller Miyata renamed this 610

It's equivalent to all the mid eighties major brand mid level touring bikes

Comes with a bar bag not shown
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Cannondale T1000 23" upgrades - Campy Crank - XTR brakes & Rear Derail - $1100 hide this posting



condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Cannondale
model name / number: T1000


I bought this bike new in 1995 and took it on two 500 mile trips and I road it a few times locally. It has spent most of its life stored in my dry basement. The original Cannodale catalog lists the bike as size 23." It measures 33.5" from the ground to the top of the top tube. The seat tube measures 56cm C-C and 58cm C-T. The rest of the specifications from Cannondale are as follows: Seat tube angle 73.5 degrees, head tube angle 72.0 degrees, top tube length 22.25," chain stay length 18," fork rake 2.13," bottom bracket height 10.44," wheelbase 41.60," trail 2.15" and ground to top tube 32.55." The front derailleur is the original Shimano Deore XT. The rear derailleur is upgraded to a Shimano XTR. The brakes are upgraded from the original CODA brakes to Shimano XTR with CNC machined fully adjustable center pull bridges. Lastly, the Ritchie crank has been upgrade to a Campagnolo Chorus 30-42-53 that it is basically brand new. The Diacomp brake levers, Shimano bar end shifters, fenders, racks, etc. are all original. The frame has one scratch at the top of the down tube but is otherwise flawless. I suspect I must have replaced the tires as they are in excellent shape and show no signs of dry rot. Put on your favorite pedals and you are ready to go.

I own a business in Watertown, MA hence the Watertown location. However, the bike is in southern, NH. I can bring it down to Watertown or deliver it easily in and around Boston. If you aren't local and would like the bike shipped I will take it to a local shop of your choice to have them disassemble pack and ship the bike.
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Been away for a bit, coming up for air. Here are some things on eBay I've been watching, some out of curiosity more than anything.

Something you don't see often, Simplex Demultiplicator; if you know what it is and what it does, you probably know how infrequently they pop up, fair price in that regard: Vintage Simplex Bicycle Downtube 3637 L Demultiplicator 1 1 8" | eBay

Another oddball, but auction ended yesterday - Cyclo Benelux lever: https://www.ebay.com/itm/252428326313

Tall 64cm '85 or '86 PGN10 for $150: Vintage 1985 Peugeot PGN10 64cm Large Men's Road Bike Reynolds 501 Steel | eBay
Confused on year because of the crank, headset and wheels. Know it's not '84 because it lacks the seat tube braze-on, I think '85 had B10 and '86 used A9, but '86 had 700E wheels. Seller says '85, I'll go with it. Still a decent buy shipped, fair buy if you can pick up at OBO price in Colorado Springs, and a great price if you can get it at auction start price and local pickup.

Old school Wolber rim glue @ ~$7.50/tube shipped: Vintage Wolber Rim Cement for Bicycle Tires 27 G | eBay

Sure this will climb up in price, but Vintage Eddy Merckx Strada Columbus Steel Campagnolo Frameset Frame 53cm | eBay

Barn find 1970s Raleigh Competition GS @ $99, if you're in the south NY area, local pickup is possible. Not clear if local pickup is FREE, $125 shipping is stifling to me, but still worth the ask: 1970's Raleigh 22 5" 57cm Competition GS Carlton Bike Bicycle Campagnola as Is | eBay

At $12.50 currently: Vintage 80s Lotus Triomphe Campagnolo 48cm | eBay

Curious about this more than anything, what's the history? : Vintage Italian Baroncini Personal Guerciotti Road Bike Columbus Campagnolo | eBay

Bidding already ended and this bike is out of the average person's price range, but still: Vintage Peugeot Road Bike 1958 PLX 10 | eBay

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Hey, mtnbke, here you go:
72 cm Cannondale Touring Bicycle Tall Frame | eBay
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Originally Posted by numbernine
Pink and purple Peugeot Reynolds 531 for $175 in the East Bay- looks like no other Peugeot I've ever seen

Road Bike Excellent Condition
Thanks for this tip, @numbernine -- My tall friend picked it up today, loves it.

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That's cool paint, it's a Team Z replica











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Thanks for this tip, @numbernine -- My tall friend picked it up today, loves it.

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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
That's cool paint, it's a Team Z replica

Hmm...his has a 531 sticker on it, but the Team Z's were made if 753, no? If it were my size I'd try to bring it back with me this summer.
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They were replicas and I guess that Peugeot made them in many different tube sets so as to reach all price points. I've seen the 653 most often, it was called the Ahena after the group set

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Small Katakura Silk in Boston. Looks like the only thing that hasn't been attached to it is the kitchen sink.

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Looks like my 83 Trek 700 - $180

Long wheelbase and all - I really like mine - great riding machine

(although the 83 had superbe components)

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57cm Schwinn Paramount - $630 (alameda)

...good deal for somebody a little shorter than me.
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Originally Posted by jcb3
Looks like my 83 Trek 700 - $180

Long wheelbase and all - I really like mine - great riding machine

(although the 83 had superbe components)

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...643745911.html
that's an odd one, because like you said all of those came with Superbe components, so that means only 1 of 2 things, 1: someone took off all the Superbe stuff and sold it and then slapped on the 600 stuff; or 2: someone bought the bike as a frame and fork only and then had all the 600 stuff put on. #2 reason is what happened to my bike, I crashed a bike and bought just the frame and fork of a 660 and then bought the Superbe group which ended up being cheaper than get the bike equipped with how it would have came.
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