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Old 03-29-10, 08:19 PM
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Not really sure if it is much of a deal - probably priced on the high side of it's value - but I am no expert. 1987 Pinarello Montello. Still has original tires. If I had the room (and the money) I would be interested if that is a good price.



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Here is a Fuji Finest 59cm from around 1980 - 249.00.



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Originally Posted by Scottryder
I hope someone grabs that, that way I can stop thinking about it. Especially if it's sporting an original Fujita Pro saddle.


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Well, I did. After I semi-trashed the ad, I, like Scott, couldn't stop thinking about that bike, and how long I've been looking for a really good Fujita Pro, and how my 1 size smaller Fuji America, while really clean, sometimes feels a little small. So I had some email exchange w/the seller, trying to beat him down on the price a little, but he was pretty firm, that this was was super nice, wasn't budging. Not arrogant or anything, actually nice, but obviously wasn't going to budge an inch & next stop was ebay if he didn't get the dough on local CL.

So eventually I fold like a cheap suit and said, ok, I'll buy it at your price w/the proviso that if there are any dents, etc, deal is off. Guy says sure. I get out there, this thing is glorious. It does have a 2d Cyclone FD, but everything else, including chain, is original, or at least original spec. And in super clean condition, no issues anywhere, w/vintage "Jim Blackburn" rack. Chain is hkk gold, like as in spec, I measure well less than 1/16" wear in 12 inches, rims/brake pads look pristine, heck, I'm shelling out $400 bux for this, and I'm not bedgrudging a nickel. Here is seller w/bike:



He's not a flipper or anything, we talked bikes for about an hour or two. Story was that he was in a cycle shop 11 years ago, lady walks in w/bike, asks the shop if they want to buy it since it was just taking up room in her apartment. Shop declined, and it was too small for him, but he knew it was a nice bike and saw the lady off w/75 or so. Takes it home, spins around the hood once in a while, keeps it in the basement for pretty.

Sounds like a story until he whips out his regular rider:



A Woodrup he had Proteus Cycles order for him back in the 80's. All Campy Super Record, looked like it came out of the paint booth yesterday. But the guy is clearly a rider on this & quite enthusiastic about talking about bikes, rides, routes and all. Then there was his wife's Bianchi I didn't get a shot of, again, all three of these bikes looking like somebody goes over them with Q-tips once a week.

Only the America was for sale because he finally got tired of his wife asking him why he was keeping a bike that was too small for him.

$400 is/was a lot, but I compare that with the elbow grease, parts scrounging, paint touch up, etc, I do on bikes, heck, even if I got them for free they end up costing me that much in time. This is really a zero issue bike completely that apparently hasn't been ridden enough to even half wear out a chain.

Seller told me he had several other people after me tell him they would come over today, pay full retail, that he told them to dog off unless I turned into a no show. I didn't get the impression that any of this was a BS, he clearly wasn't a seasoned bike sales guy, he started asking me all sorts of questions about his components stash box, what he should do to figure value on that stuff (Ebay, was my short answer). But he knew his Fuji was pristine and a fairly popular and higher-end model, so he wasn't going to give it away for the 175-250 generic 80's bike goes for on CL around here.

Me, I haven't seen a whole lot of used bikes in this good condition, so I've got no heartburn. FWIW, The Fujita pro saddle is perfect - no sit marks, no cracks, no pulling at rivets, and feels supple. Looks NOS.

So that is the rest of the story.
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Great story Jay, it couldn't have found a better home!


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Looks too big for me and I dont have time to flip it. I emailed the guy and asked about it. He says he got it from a friend a couple years ago and doesnt ride it. Knows nothing about it other than that it's a classic. He could get a lot more for it in the Toronto market. I saw one a month ago for $200

1982 Kawamura Nishiki Olympic Royale in Toronto for $40
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East Hill Alert?? But it might even be too small for her

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Terry Classic 43cm road bike - $650 (Wellesley)

Date: 2010-03-29, 8:14PM EDT
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Terry Classic 43cm (c to t) road bike. Reynolds 631 frame, Reynolds 520 forks.
Stand over height 26-1/4". 700 x 23 rear, 24 x 1 front wheels.
27 speeds, Shimano Deore derailleurs.
Upright handlebars with end extensions, Terry saddle.
This is the best production small road bike made.
Great for someone 4'8" to 5'3"
This bike is light, responsive and fast.
It's almost new and in ride away condition.
Comes with a Cateye computer. $650 (over $1100 new)
If you call, let it ring a dozen times so that I can put down what I'm doing and get to the phone.
I'm around quite a bit, but the best time to call is 11am to 2pm (any day), or after 9pm (except Tues and Thurs), 1am is ok.
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70's Magneet Sprint

I had been mulling this over and decided due to the size I am going to pass on this piece of Dutch cycling history. I confered with sykerocker, an avid Magneet owner and fan, who confirmed the origonality of the bike. Campy Valentino equipped 25 in. frame. The owner seems like a nice guy, I've emailed him several times and he responds quickly.
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Maybe someone here might be interested
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'72 raleigh track pro
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64cm Gios Torino Frame & Fork - $80 (Milwaukee)

Date: 2010-03-30, 10:05AM CDT
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64cm Gios Torino frame & fork only. The frameset is well used, BUT USABLE. I am asking $80 total for the two items.
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Stella, unkown model and year. Looks to be a 58cm or so. Campy nuovo record. Looks like some of the components might be rusty.
https://hiltonhead.craigslist.org/bik/1667635532.html

Huffy olympia
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Schwinn Tempo Lightweight Racer/Road Bike Larger Frame - $170 (Stow 01775)

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Schwinn Tempo racer, made in Japan.Columbus Tenax Tubing, Shimano 105 drive and brakes, Sugino cranks, and Araya rim front, Mistrail rear, tires are very good, no issues, circa 1986. 32 inch stand over, 23 inches from center of pedal axle to seat post.Probably best for a person 5'8" or taller.
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54cm Cilo Road Bike - $250 (Somerville )

Date: 2010-03-30, 10:32AM EDT
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looking to get rid of a 54cm (21in) Cilo Road Bike
Frames too small and I have bills to pay
Columbus Tubing, Alex 700c rims with Tiagra Hubs, Brifters (not suicide shifters)

looking to get rid of ASAP 250 OBO

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really snazzy looking univega touring bike!!
He started listing it last month at $385.
Good thing it's too small for me.

Vintage Univega Gran Touring - $295 (Scottsdale)

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I have for sale a 1988 Univega Gran Touring bike. This is an excellent full fledged loaded touring bike from the great age of touring bikes and is comparable to other great touring bikes, such as Miyata and Trek.. The bike has been stripped down to nubs, completely overhauled, rebuilt, and literally ready to hit the highway. In addition to being an excellent tourer, the bike could also serve well as a commuter or "old school" cyclocross/canal bike.
Frame: Triple butted Tange chromoly. 54cm seat tube, 54cm top tube. Full touring brazeons for loaded touring -- front and rear racks and fenders.
Drive Train: Shimano Deore. 48-38-28 treking crank. 14-32 6-speed Shimano freewheel.
Vittoria tires. Puncture resistant tubes.
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Men' Touring Univega - $120 (43rd Central)
Date: 2010-03-26, 12:18PM EDT
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1980's /Bronze color/ great shape/ 700 miles/ fits 6' rider / Bicycle Deal Of The Month / No picture/ Call anytime to see! 710-1034 JOE
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64cm Gios Torino Frame & Fork - $80 (Milwaukee) If only I had the $80 to spare....



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Originally Posted by Gavush
Vintage Univega Gran Touring - $295 (Scottsdale)
Ugh, not only is it my size, but I was just in Phoenix last month as well. I'm tempted to have my sister pick it up for me, although tear down/shipping would be some extra costs :-/
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Ugh, not only is it my size, but I was just in Phoenix last month as well. I'm tempted to have my sister pick it up for me, although tear down/shipping would be some extra costs :-/
man, you need to get. Get it for me. (not for me literally, but so I can have it vicariously through you) I'm not sure what it is but I really like how that thing looks... and my next bike (if I ever get another...) that's for me, is supposed to be a touring rig so I can do the natchez trace parkway someday (north end is 18 miles from my driveway)
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Originally Posted by Gavush
man, you need to get. Get it for me. I really like how that thing looks.
I like the look as well. Gorgeous.
I may do a little research on the cost of tear down and packaging as I do know a good shop within the area my sister lives. This is not the toy my finances are asking for right now!
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Originally Posted by The Thin Man
I like the look as well. Gorgeous.
I may do a little research on the cost of tear down and packaging as I do know a good shop within the area my sister lives. This is not the toy my finances are asking for right now!
I live in Phoenix, too, and had seen the bike - but it's not in my size.

If you guys need help packing or whatever, I'd be happy to help out.
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I live in Phoenix, too, and had seen the bike - but it's not in my size. If you guys need help packing or whatever, I'd be happy to help out.
Is it a beauty?
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Originally Posted by Maddox
If you guys need help packing or whatever, I'd be happy to help out.
You guys are making it too easy for me!
Thank you for the offer, however, although this bike is beautiful, and my size, I believe I should save the purchase and 'all hands on deck' help for a bike that I know I am going to ride and keep forever. I'm keeping my eyes peeled for my dream bike (Merckx, Colnago, Cinelli, CIOCC, Tommansini or Hetchins, and a few others that could make the cut), although, there is that CIOCC that I'm so gaga for in San Fransisco...

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I really want to drive to SD to pick this up for the girl....

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both of these look a little pricey, but interesting bikes none the less.

Cinelli Track bike - $500 (Seal Beach)

Date: 2010-03-30, 9:54AM PDT
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Torelli Road Bike - $350 (Irvine)

Date: 2010-03-30, 8:21AM PDT
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52-54 cm lightweight aluminum frame, smooth shifting, quick-release wheels. Comes with one extra tube (700x23c), water bottle holder, and snap-on pump. Both tires replaced recently and have low mileage on them. All Italian-made Campagnalo parts.
Bell, light, cateye, and saddle pouch not included...dems mine. This bike hauls, it's just too small for me. Looking for trade for a sweet-ass mountain bike with 58cm frame or $350 OBO.

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Originally Posted by Gavush
Is it a beauty?
Sorry! -- I meant I'd been watching it on Craigslist. Haven't seen the bike in person.

But, the guy selling the Univega has sold quite a few resto projects (he always photographs his bikes in the same spot), and the bikes are always nicely done.
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Ebay is hilarious sometimes.

This bike currently on the bay, mislabeled as a "VERY RARE LIGHTWEIGHT 1953 ENGLISH RACER."
Here's the ad:

VERY RARE LIGHTWIEGHT 1953 ENGLISH RACER

VINTAGE 1953 ENGLISH RACER SINGLE SPEED LIGHTWIEGHT!

WAS MY GRANDFATHERS SINCE NEW

GREAT CONDITION ...WELL MAINTAINED BY GRANPA....1 LITTLE PAINT SCRATCH ..THATS IT !!!!! WHEELS ARE PERFECT.... KEPT IN HOUSE ITS WHOLE LIFE!! TIRES ARE STILL GOOD BUT OLD.

VERY RARE BICYCLE!!

MAKE OFFER!!!


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It's strange that the headbadge - which reads "Campione Del Mundo; Frejus of Torino" - didn't tip the seller off that it's not English in the least.

It looks like a 53-54cm Frejus race bike which has been converted to a city singlespeed. Basing that on four things:
(1) the geometry looks racy, as does the skinny chromed fork
(2) there's a vacant RD hanger on that driveside rear dropout
(3) my eyes could be tricking me, but those tires look like 700cc to me...and those hubs look like high-flange Campy road hubs (maybe track?)
(4) that headset - Campagnolo (NR?)

But I don't know, maybe it's just a Frejus city bike with a couple odd parts and a sweet cottered crank. And while I don't know how much it's worth (there are still 4 days left in the auction), I'm positive it's worth more than it's going for right now.

Anyone have any idea what this crank is?

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Anyone have any idea what this crank is?
Ha! "CL"
I should reply telling him that it's an official Craigslist crank!
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