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Old 02-05-17, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
I know a few that have been talking of organizing vintage ATB ride / events. Would think they would be a hoot but also create a demand for something like the following.

A Gary Fisher survivor with Shimano deer head.

Vintage Early 80 039 s Gary Fisher 26 034 Mountainbikes Montare Ritchey 19 034 Original | eBay

That is seriously tempting...
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
^hehe
These are so cool but one thats best left as a hanger.
Originally Posted by jeirvine
Crazy French people: The frame is supposed to be steel and the crank aluminum. Jeez.

Caminade Caminargent velo ancien de course vintage race bicycle | eBay

CrankAddict, this would look perfect next to your Cambio Corsa.
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For Your Consideration...

Double Vision Tandem Recumbent Model 82 - $1800





"Double Vision tandem recumbent, model 82 with under seat steering. Independent pedaling system (IPS). 24 speed with two Sigma BC 5.12 computers, two mirrors and flag. Rear wheel has an additional disc brake which can be put in function for either rider's control. You must call in person if you are interested in this bike. I will not answer emails or text. Pick up in person, cash only."
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
Opportunity for a nice one owner Zunow Z-1.
Dura-ace

57cm Vintage Zunow Z 1 Steel Road Bicycle Shimano Dura Ace | eBay



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That's beautiful but the fork is interesting.
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Vintage 1989-1990 Schwinn Ms Enduro(BMX?) Bike 22 inch Tires

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Vintage 1989-1990 Schwinn Ms Enduro(BMX?) Bike 22 inch Tires
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Crazy French people: The frame is supposed to be steel and the crank aluminum. Jeez.

Caminade Caminargent velo ancien de course vintage race bicycle | eBay

Can't even begin to think of the bike collection I'd have if I lived in France.
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Originally Posted by eom
Unusual, but in the late '80s Schwinn began building some juvie bikes with "international" sized wheels, 18" and 22" (and maybe 14" also). Don't expect the world to beat a path to your door if you buy it, but it's a cool little thing.
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A similar Caminade brought 8750€ in 2015 when the Embacher collection was partially sold off at an auction in Vienna.
https://www.dorotheum.com/en/auctions/current-auctions/kataloge/list-lots-detail/auktion/11198-bicycles-from-the-embacher-collection/lotID/13/lot/1872708-caminade-caminargent-bordeaux-paris.html

However... this one's got an Osgear setup and running on wooden tubs. Nice, very nice indeed.


Originally Posted by jeirvine
Crazy French people: The frame is supposed to be steel and the crank aluminum. Jeez.

Caminade Caminargent velo ancien de course vintage race bicycle | eBay

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Originally Posted by machinist42
Double Vision Tandem Recumbent Model 82 - $1800


You should post this in the Tandems forum.
https://www.bikeforums.net/tandem-cyc...ound-sale.html
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Originally Posted by thumpism
You should post this in the Tandems forum.
https://www.bikeforums.net/tandem-cyc...ound-sale.html
Done, and added the link to the CL post.
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That Caminargent is like a fine old Bugatti. An absolute jewel. Every part of it. Take example the bottom bracket cast design exclusive for the Osgear mount and then drift your eyes to the special fasteners / bolts. Pretty axle wingnuts, everything is exotic for the time for maximum lightweight yet a knockout in aesthetics. That headstock, fork, dropouts. When will another like it be offered? Whew!
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That's beautiful but the fork is interesting.
? fork looks exactly right-

here is mine (not quite as pretty has his!)

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I'm gonna feel uncool putting training wheels on my recumbent
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Seriously Lugged Sirrus

Specialized Sirrus Road Bike - Price Negotiable - $237 (Chapel Hill)





(Backpack! Bars! Arg!)

"We believe this is a '91. It has some very minor scratches on it but no damage anywhere. The tires are fairly new. It's a really cool and rare color scheme. It just had a full tune-up at a local shop. We replaced the cables and installed new brake pads. This is a very fast and responsive bike.

It's probably a 54cm. I'm 5'5" and can stand over the top bar. It's probably for anyone from 5'4"-5'10", more or less.

The price is negotiable and I'm taking offers. The first offer I'm satisfied with, wins it."

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ATTN: Atlanta area people: Bike's and Parts
Might be some good finds in there.
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Nice Motobecane Champion Team. Other than rims it looks pretty original and a fair price for a bike rarely seen for sale.


Vintage 1974 5 Motobecane Champion Team Road Bike | eBay

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Early Specialized Stumpjumper. Local pickup in Sacramento, currently under $20!

https://www.shopgoodwill.com/auction...-36795097.html
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That's beautiful but the fork is interesting.
Indeed had noticed that but sometimes a picture distorts or perhaps due angle during the shot. Would be wise for any potential bidder in confirming the forks condition. Zunow's are way cool.
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The Bridgestone: Someone gave me one of these once, it was a lost cause, so I pulled some parts off. those are I think foot pegs, as they match on both sides, and are etched with lines, I guess to avoid slipping. Bad idea I know. The seatpost was quill style, so no pinch bolt on the frame. I think it was a "Skyway" model. Also, it had disc brakes, but I think it was very similiar.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That's beautiful but the fork is interesting.
Originally Posted by crank_addict
Indeed had noticed that but sometimes a picture distorts or perhaps due angle during the shot. Would be wise for any potential bidder in confirming the forks condition. Zunow's are way cool.
It has non-original headset. Is it relevant?
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
It has non-original headset. Is it relevant?

IMHO, not necessarily relevant. The seller also notes its an 1980's era produced frame but purchased it new (as original owner) in 1996. They then built it with almost all later parts. The frame is what its all about especially with its original paint and graphics.

The question really is in sighting a potential fork damage. Again, its often the photo's of a bike can distort angles.

Anyways, its quite apparent these were available as framesets. The only copy of a catalog I have shows fully built bikes but no specific listing of components. Sorry if my answer sounds vague as I really don't have a conclusive answer if Zunow offered the Z-1 as fully built. Hopefully others will pipe in.

There's a few informative sites of the company and history, yet with the Zunow's many innovative designs and multitude of custom made frames, its difficult to pin exact date of productions. The earlier were all in house, the later and higher production models outsourced.

I have an average condition Trionic frame that someday hope to build up. My guess its from the later 1980's, perhaps 1989. The workmanship and details are something else. I'm undecided on whether going with later components or the older and period Suntour Superbe Pro. Being Suntour was also made in Osaka and a favorite component maker, it would be a Japanese premium.

The auction listed one could be an outstanding score.
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If it was one size bigger I'd roll this local pickup into a trip visiting family in WI.

1995 Cannondale Killer V 500 - $ Goodwill auction (currently $10 ends 2/9) (Appleton, WI)

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RB 2 For You

But does it come with everything attached?

Bridgestone RB2 - $200 (Charlotte)



"1992 Bridgestone RB2 Road Bike 53cm

Includes Bridgestone 1994 catalog and Bicycling magazine March 1992 where the RB2 was named the Best Buy Road Racing bike


The bike is in good condition, It does have scuff marks, paint blemishes, oxidation, minor superficial dings, it will need tires, tubes, a major cleaning, tune-up, lubrication, and adjustments. I have not ridden the bike in years but it was in tip top shape when I hung it up.

I will meet the buyer in a public place in South Charlotte. Cash only."

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Filet-brazed Aero Mercier frame and fork and some cool bits $175

Way cool! Great deets - - checkout the headtube and rear dropouts. Super Vitus 980 Aero tubing I think.

So that's at least three brands that use a crown logo: Sugino, Mercier, and Sycip.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik/5992846528.html


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Originally Posted by artclone
Filet-brazed Aero Mercier frame and fork and some cool bits $175

Way cool! Great deets - - checkout the headtube and rear dropouts. Super Vitus 980 Aero tubing I think.

So that's at least three brands that use a crown logo: Sugino, Mercier, and Sycip.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik/5992846528.html

That is is almost worth buying as an object de art
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