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Old 06-02-17, 08:22 PM
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Originally Posted by phiggins
Thanks very much! I did not think it was a px10 but Jeunet 630 is a nice bike. I've seen it in yellow before, but not a bad price, considering. Good to know the seller is decent!

ebay.com/itm/172691652958?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
It's an easy enough mistake to make, so I don't fault the seller, he needed to use some keyword that seemed correct, and who knows ... maybe it actually is, this is just my 2.

My dating may be amiss by a year or two, but the late 60s/early 70s higher-end Peugeot models used the same lugset and generally looked the same, both shared the same TT pump peg braze-ons as well.

We have three big clues here though without digging in too far: The bars, the rear derailleur and the crankset. Jeunet bars (clearly) but more than that the TA crankset and RD were stock (if memory serves) for the 630. Given the other hints, I'd put my money on it.

If true, there should be some chrome under that heavy coating of paint, although who knows what condition it my be in. Is it worth it? Not sure. If you could swing free local pickup, it could be a really, really fun project.

Like Gitane, the 630 of this era would've been sporting superficial foil decals which are easy to get repros of, so most of your cost would be in getting that paint off and refinishing the bike, redecal. If you wanted this as a showy keeper it could get you there, assuming there's no frame damage hiding under that paint, and if there is, there's a good chance the seller wouldn't know about it.

You just don't see a lot of the brand in the era still around.
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Geez, would somebody go buy this already?
Fuji Ace 54cm, $90.https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/6149554103.html
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I agree, everything about it is like my 630.

Originally Posted by phiggins
Any ideas what model this Peugeot is? I don't think it's what they claim, but cheap. Won't let me post url as I'm newbie
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Plus the handlebars say "JEUNET" on them. I live 15 miles from that bike, but it's definitely a couple cm small for me and I have enough projects at the moment.
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Old 06-02-17, 11:01 PM
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I wouldn't get too excited...it says "make an offer"
Yeah, true, lol. Odd ad all-around.
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Old 06-03-17, 09:05 AM
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Here are three interesting machines.

A Motobecane from the '60s? in Boston, but maybe steep at $700 https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/6156225921.html

This '91 Project 7 with a Ritchey Logic f/f and Suntour Grease Guard goodies seems a good deal at $250, too bad it is Carson City NV. https://reno.craigslist.org/bik/6157697679.html

I think despite the great shape and Prestige this '91 Project 5 may be a bit spendy in Bend for $350, but it is a great bike with a great color scheme https://bend.craigslist.org/bik/6159697206.html
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
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A Motobecane from the '60s? in Boston, but maybe steep at $700 https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/6156225921.html...l[/url]
Anyone know if that Wonder head badge on the Moto is original? I had a 60's Moto and it had the Motobecane/Pantin headbadge - the factory where they also cranked out motorcycles. Except for the Biopace crank, everything else seems original, including the engraved M fork crown.
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Originally Posted by Toolong2
You may have been exaggerating, but I'm 6'3" and those dimensions on that Bianchi (It is a large bike with a 22.5" top tube length and 24.5" center-to-top seat tube length.) are nearly identical to my PXN10E that fits me well. I imagine whoever is riding it is a bit shorter based on how little seat post is showing in that pic compared to mine.

Nice looking bike!
You should give it a try. I am not sure if the seller would ship but if he was willing to take $400 plus shipping for it I would imagine you would not have any trouble selling it for a bit more after some TLC.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bik/6159403586.html

Masi 3 Volumetrica 55cm - $1400 (Salisbury, MA)





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make / manufacturer: Masi
model name / number: 3 Volumetrica
size / dimensions: 700c 55cm
Here is a fine 90's Masi 3v complete Campagnolo Chorus and Record build. Only test ridden since it's build w/ gently used Chorus components and many new parts listed below.

The frame shows typical knicks, mostly on the top tube and bottom bracket which appears to be chromed. 55cm w/ a 32" standover height. Chorus front hub and a newer rear wheel build w/ a Veloce hub.

New parts include:

44mm Cinelli Eboise bar
Cables set and cable adjusters
Cinelli cork tape
Chorus BB
Rear hub (as mentioned)
Record 13-26 cassette
Record c-9 chain
23mm Gatorskins and tubes
Campagnolo seat post bolt
Dropout screws

Smooth, silent and fast. Highly collectible. Serious inquiries only, please. No trades. Pedals not included but provided to clip in to test ride. Lots of boxes, manuals, and even a C-9 keychain...

Please email for an appointment and mention any of the above in the subject, please, so I will know you are real.

Thank you, and safe riding.
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Old 06-03-17, 01:11 PM
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Wow, don't see these too often.

https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/6156638626.html

Schwinn Peloton Competition Road Bike (63cm) - $450






1984 Schwinn Peloton 14 Speed Competition Road Bike
63cm Columbus SL Chrome Molybdenum Frame/Fork
700c Mavic Aluminum Alloy QR Wheelset
New 700x25c Specialized All Condition Tires
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Someone should grab this Trek.


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Some weirdness going on here, but the price is right.

https://springfieldil.craigslist.org...160437255.html

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What's so weird? It's a pre cantilevered six-ten with Barco... wait, what are those?!?
Did someone febricate bar mounts for downtube shifters?? That's... I don't know but it's an interesting idea!


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Some weirdness going on here, but the price is right.

https://springfieldil.craigslist.org...160437255.html

Miyata road bike - $65 (springfield, il)










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While I Was Out...

...Craigslist alerted me to this:


1 new result for has pic, search terms: Bianchi, include nearby, sort: price, title only as of 2017-06-03 01:29:05 PM CDT


... By the time I checked my email at 2:30pm, it was gone.
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Thanks very much for your detailed and knowledgeable response! I am thinking about getting this,
but pricey with the shipping. If I do pick it up I will let the board know what I do with it.

Originally Posted by francophile
It's an easy enough mistake to make, so I don't fault the seller, he needed to use some keyword that seemed correct, and who knows ... maybe it actually is, this is just my 2.

My dating may be amiss by a year or two, but the late 60s/early 70s higher-end Peugeot models used the same lugset and generally looked the same, both shared the same TT pump peg braze-ons as well.

We have three big clues here though without digging in too far: The bars, the rear derailleur and the crankset. Jeunet bars (clearly) but more than that the TA crankset and RD were stock (if memory serves) for the 630. Given the other hints, I'd put my money on it.

If true, there should be some chrome under that heavy coating of paint, although who knows what condition it my be in. Is it worth it? Not sure. If you could swing free local pickup, it could be a really, really fun project.

Like Gitane, the 630 of this era would've been sporting superficial foil decals which are easy to get repros of, so most of your cost would be in getting that paint off and refinishing the bike, redecal. If you wanted this as a showy keeper it could get you there, assuming there's no frame damage hiding under that paint, and if there is, there's a good chance the seller wouldn't know about it.

You just don't see a lot of the brand in the era still around.
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Old 06-03-17, 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly
What's so weird? It's a pre cantilevered six-ten with Barco... wait, what are those?!?
Did someone febricate bar mounts for downtube shifters?? That's... I don't know but it's an interesting idea!
A friend of mine did the same thing back about 1980 on his Peugeot. His were closer in near the brake levers, a la Command shifters.
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Park PCS-2 Bench Mount Repair Stand - $30 - Manhattan
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Seems like a fair price. Not too terribly far from me but also not my size. Vintage, early 70's Motobecane Grand Record in my preferred silver/black scheme.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/132214888569
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Maybe a PX10, or close? $125



https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/6153036732.html

beautiful old peugeot record du monde - see pix. hasn't been used in years but in good shape. stronglight cranks, mafac brakes, simplex - standard peugeot stuff. i think it's a 23 inch frame. only problem is handlebar bolt is missing and so I've never been able to adjust handlebars. wheels are not original but are of decent quality.

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^ Looks like a 1972 PX-10 to me.
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Yes, Peugeot wrote "Record Du Monde" on many models as a slogan I believe like saying Raleigh the "all steel bicycle"; very nice bike.

They have a photo of the serial number: BikeBoomPeugeot Serial Numbers & Dates So have at it if one is interested.


If it was near me, I think it would be worth the effort.
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sadly too small for me: these do NOT come up very often.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/6157583030.html

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Originally Posted by jetboy
sadly too small for me: these do NOT come up very often.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/6157583030.html

Maybe [MENTION=175208]gaucho777[/MENTION] would want to look into this one. He's a resident Look expert.
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Vintage 1973 Cinelli Supercorsa - $900 (Rock Hill, SC)











"For sale - vintage 1973?? Cinelli Supercorsa - I recently purchased this bike at an auction (I am new to vintage bikes) and discovered that I had a 1973 Cinelli Supercorsa. This bike as well as a 1973 Colnago Super (listed separately) were purchased by a couple new in the early 70's and then they toured the US on these bikes. This bike still has the original paint and stickers (paint is well worn or has patina if you are trying to sell it). The frame is 53cm center of crank to top of seat post - I can take additional measurements if needed. The serial number of the bike is 1620 and it has Campagnolo Nuevo Record components on it. I would prefer to have someone come see the bike in person and take it. I am wanting $900 and will list it for a week here before sending it on to eBay."

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