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

Old 10-03-16, 08:26 AM
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Pics leave something to be desired. Tall, 62 cm, Stronglight and Campy.

1985 Mangusta 5000 62cm
This Mangusta 5000 is interesting, semi-rare, and what seems to be highly original. These bikes were produced by Motobecane using inexternal fillet-brazed fittings on the Columbus tubing and full chrome like old Pistas. This one is the top trim French frame with English Stronglight cranks, Campagnolo derailleurs front and rear along with the down tube shifters. Weinmann brakes. Seat was replaced with some newer bontrager and the front wheel is a Mavic 195. Rear wheel is the og Wolber and pedals are French Maillard CXCs. Good tires. Great vintage commuter for someone tall. Comes with old seat stay trapper rack.



It looks to be a chrome Mangusta as in this picture; the CL pictures don't do it justice.
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Originally Posted by CuttersRidge
prodotti speciali campagnolo



"prodotti speciali campagnolo Black new seat leather brooks"
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Someone here selling? Worth a look. Reynolds 531 sticker on the fork.

Other good deals, A Fuji Allegro selling low, etc.

This one is still up on the Minneapolis CL.

The build seems to be modeled after the Bella Ciao Ingegnere




I wrote the seller to inquire about the frame:

First, let me say that is a beautiful bike. Nicely designed and put together.

My question is this: Is that a Raleigh headbadge on there? I’ve been trying to figure out what that frame is and this is the only clue I could find.

If it’s not a Raleigh, what is it?


Seller's reply:

I have no idea to be honest. I bought the bike from a guy I was seeing awhile back and he was very into bikes. I used it once and haven't used it since. That is why I am selling it. Your welcome to take a closer look if you'd like.


I may have to do that, just to satisfy my curiosity. It looks to be one of the lightweight Raleigh 10-speeds from the `70s with a bunch of Campy stickers slathered all over it. It would be nice to see a drive-side shot to verify.

No hurry, though. At $450, that bike ain't goin' anywhere.

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Originally Posted by DQRider
I may have to do that, just to satisfy my curiosity. It looks be one of the lightweight Raleigh 10-speeds from the `70s with a bunch of Campy stickers slathered all over it. It would be nice to see a drive-side shot to verify.
That's definitely a Raleigh head badge, and a Reynolds 531 sticker on the fork. Nice bike, I've been considering a build like this, but yeah, wouldn't pay $450 for it.
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Where are the track stars here? They should be running to get this bike.
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Originally Posted by artclone
Iffy 3Rensho $500

Not sure about fork, seller not likely a bicyclist, lotta leverage on stem and post, mix of Campy/DuraAce, but worth looking at.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bop/5809758923.html

If I were still in the Bay Area, I'd probably go look at this. The frame/fork alone could be worth the asking price if the paint is original.

Let us know if you do.
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Vitus road bike $200

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Auction photo from Philadelphia:


Not sure if I'm infamous, or famous, or just noisy..... Thanks for thinking of me, though:
That jersey looks overpriced,
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I love the smooth frame welds and the gold anodized rims and pedals.

Jamis Dakota - $45 (Santa Barbara, CA)

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Originally Posted by billytwosheds
If I were still in the Bay Area, I'd probably go look at this. The frame/fork alone could be worth the asking price if the paint is original.

Let us know if you do.
I can take a look for someone if they want. too small for me and I am too busy to be flipping/parting stuff. looks like it might be a 1987 (i say this from the crank being that one year model... but could be wrong)
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Originally Posted by jetboy
I can take a look for someone if they want. too small for me and I am too busy to be flipping/parting stuff. looks like it might be a 1987 (i say this from the crank being that one year model... but could be wrong)
Thanks...looks like it might be a little small for me too. Guessing it's somewhere in the 53/54cm range, I'd need something in the 56-57cm to work.

Appreciate the thought tho!
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eh Robbie...sorry could not resist.

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
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It's $1250, but it's so beautiful I have to post it.

Vintage '83 Medici Pro Strada 57cm Campagnolo Super Record Amazing Condition | eBay









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I'll admit it: that Medici is mine, a victim of too much collecting and not enough room. It's gotten to the point where I have to move five bikes out of The Lab in order to work on anything.

Honestly, the pics don't do it justice. Bet it hasn't been ridden 200 miles in its entire life. In person, it's even more stunning.

And 10% off the eBay price if purchased outside of eBay by a forumite.
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Originally Posted by Lazyass
Originally Posted by rccardr
I'll admit it: that Medici is mine, a victim of too much collecting and not enough room. It's gotten to the point where I have to move five bikes out of The Lab in order to work on anything.

Honestly, the pics don't do it justice. Bet it hasn't been ridden 200 miles in its entire life. In person, it's even more stunning.

And 10% off the eBay price if purchased outside of eBay by a forumite.
That's really beautiful, a work of art. But then, I'm a sucker for yellow (and orange) classic steel road bikes.
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For vintage, lugged carbon lovers, a Specialized Allez for $250:

https://salem.craigslist.org/bik/5809737323.html
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Bruce Gordon Rock 'n Road 57cm Touring Bike - $600 (Capitol Hill)



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Broadway at Roy
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~57cm Bruce Gordon Rock 'n Road Touring Bike
33" stand over height
90's Model made in Japan.
Steel - Tange MTB tubing

I'm 6'1' and the bike fits perfect. Unfortunately I have a knee problem that prevents me from putting on the miles this thing deserves.

Shimano Deore XT components. Bar end shifters are fun!
Nitto handlebars and stem.
Near new Schwalbe Marathon Supremes. (I put them on with the intention of long rides)
Small dent in seat tube (shown in pics) that does not affect frame integrity.

Come meet me on Cap Hill to give it a ride!
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Guerciotti/ALAN in DC: $275.

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VITUS 979 La Jeune Racing Bicycle, full Campagnolo, Made in France - $750 (Rancho Palos Verdes)

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Nishiki Cresta GT - $300 (Toledo) pick-up only

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$60 tall chrome.e le tour 12.2 .
https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/bik/5813075875.html







Also a Torpado @220. Chrome schwinn is deal of the day though.

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/bik/5809830267.html

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Originally Posted by bikemig
That jersey looks overpriced,
Ad a belt, 65 miles of riding, and it's a skirt, too!
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I had the same frameset.

Dumbo me sold it. This one has XT!



Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
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Bruce Gordon Rock 'n Road 57cm Touring Bike - $600 (Capitol Hill)



image 1 of 6






craigslist - Map data OpenStreetMap



Broadway at Roy
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~57cm Bruce Gordon Rock 'n Road Touring Bike
33" stand over height
90's Model made in Japan.
Steel - Tange MTB tubing

I'm 6'1' and the bike fits perfect. Unfortunately I have a knee problem that prevents me from putting on the miles this thing deserves.

Shimano Deore XT components. Bar end shifters are fun!
Nitto handlebars and stem.
Near new Schwalbe Marathon Supremes. (I put them on with the intention of long rides)
Small dent in seat tube (shown in pics) that does not affect frame integrity.

Come meet me on Cap Hill to give it a ride!
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