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

Old 04-06-10, 07:08 AM
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/1678309336.html
Shogun race/commuter bike - $350 (Cambridge)

Date: 2010-04-05, 10:28PM EDT
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Shogun 600 12 speed with a chromoly 600 double butted 23 inch frame with a standover height of 33inches. Has a Sakae 3 piece crank system, Custom neck, New Selle Royal Dardo gel seat, New Continental Ultra Sport 700x25c tires, quick release hubs, Dia Compe brakes, KKT Pro Vic II pedals with cages, new foam handlebar tape. Very nice condition. Ready to ride today. $350. Call 1-617-257-9676.

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Bianchi Veloce Road Bike Excellent Condition - $500 (Boston)

Date: 2010-04-05, 9:25PM EDT
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This 49cm classic Bianchi road bike with steel frame and Time pedals is in excellent condition. The only reason I'm selling is because I want to upgrade to a carbon frame.

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
The only reason I'm selling is because I want to upgrade to a carbon frame.
Many would not neccesarily agree that that would be an upgrade.
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Well "duh"

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Many would not neccesarily agree that that would be an upgrade.
Pretty much nobody reading this thread....
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Pretty much nobody reading this thread....
Probably the same people who couldn't get a date with the cheerleader in high school so they called them b!thces and h*s.
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Amazing deal in Calgary!

So, this isn't eBay or Craigslist, but it's a local posting somewhere in Canada. I was looking for information on a Champ du Monde Lejeune bike that I think I have and came across this. For $70, almost complete, I would seriously hop on a plane and go see this one. The derailleur is easily worth that much. Someone has to go see it.

Link: https://www.usedlocal.ca/0/posts/1-Se...frame-70-.html

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vintage french LEJEUNE mens rdbike frame......... - $70 (MT ROYAL SW)

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A CLASSIC MENS ROADBIKE FRAME - A MADE IN FRANCE EARLY 1970s' LeJEUNE "CHAMPION DU MONDE" SERIES - IS FOR SALE.

THIS 70s FRENCH ROADBIKE FRAME - CREAM WHITE IN COLOR - IS IN GREAT SHAPE - A FEW PAINT CHIPS - BUT NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE...FRENCH PEDALS AND PEDAL BASKETS.. The Huret Jubilee I believe is still the lightest rear derailleur ever...... ......GEARS GOOD...BRAKES INTACT AND PADS IN GOOD SHAPE...NEEDS ONLY NEW TIRES AND BRAKE CABLE ON ONE SIDE....VINTAGE SEVENTIES FRENCH LeJEUNE ROADBIKE FRAMES DONT COME UP FOR SALE IN COWTOWN VERY OFTEN....SO IF YER LOOKING FOR A GOOD WINTER BIKE PROJECT - EITHER RENO OR FIXIE - THIS COULD BE WHAT YOUR LOOKING FOR!

FRAME SIZE........MENS...........59/60CM........AS MEASURED VERTICALLY....GREAT FOR TALL GUYZ
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Originally Posted by dudeona3V
Probably the same people who couldn't get a date with the cheerleader in high school so they called them b!thces and h*s.
mmmm... get some ad hominem in before lunch.
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Nice Small Miyata 712 with a full shimano 105 group.
Road Bike For Sale - $150 (Gilbertsville PA)

https://reading.craigslist.org/bik/1679342770.htmlDate: 2010-04-06, 3:26PM EDT
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Miyata Road Bike - Excellent Condition!

This is a women's / girls bike, but also works well for boys as it is not a 'girls style' frame (it is my son's bike and he loves it, but has outgrown it).

12 speed w/Shimano 105 components. Brakes, seat & 700c x 23 tires just over one year old.

19.5" Seat tube, (49.5cm) ideally fits riders: 5'0" - 5'4"
Can actually work well for riders up to about 5'6"

This bike has been gently used and well maintained! Had a complete overhaul and cleaning last spring by Tri-County Bicycles in Pottstown (~$65.00), ridden less than 50 miles since then.

Road bikes have skyrocketed in price - If you are interested in road riding, here is a great starter bike for a low cost!


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Here's one for the Chicagoans and those in SE Wisconsin - a Trek 520 true touring bike. I have to say this looks mighty tempting (aside from the Biopace rings), but I got no money, honey.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/bik/1679038147.html

Trek 520 Touring Bike - $399 (Huntley)
Date: 2010-04-06, 11:50AM CDT
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I am selling my 22.5" Trek 520 touring bicycle. This bike has just been completely overhauled for the season...bearings repacked, wheels trued, components oiled and adjusted, etc. Tires are near new also. The bike is in wonderful condition and ready to go! My price is $399, local deal only. I will not ship. Cash only also...no trades. I live in Huntley, but I work in Chicago and may be able to bring the bike with me for delivery. I will respond quickly to emails.

Also, I have just mounted a brand new bike computer with heart monitor system on this bike. If you want that system, it would be an extra $50. Otherwise, I will remove it for my other bike and sell without it.

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8 vintage road bikes. Too many for me to copy/paste pics

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70's Ital Vega Nuovo Record Campagnolo 62 cm - $380 (Arvada)

Collectible early 70's Ital Vega model Nuovo Record. This bike is in excellent condition with original components and paint work. Campagnolo nuovo record deraileurs, tipo hubs, Universal brakes, and Stronglight crank. Chrome lugs. Size 62cm C-T-C

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fairly rare Fuji Opus IV. It is rough and dirty, but I kinda like the look of them.

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Really?

Originally Posted by dudeona3V
Probably the same people who couldn't get a date with the cheerleader in high school so they called them b!thces and h*s.
So, you're saying you went to a school where they weren't?
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rigi on ebay for $500
https://cgi.ebay.com/Rigi-Italian-Vin...item2559d5fb08
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that rigi is wild looking... what's it worth? $500+ for frame and fork only? what components would be correct for that frame?
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Spotted this not too far away and can't identify it in the slightest (have to admit, I'm not too versed in Schwinn). It looks quite a bit nicer than your average 80s Schwinn. The dude said something about it being a "Schwinn Concord down tube shifter" in an email, but I don't know what that means and I've never heard of Schwinn having a model called Concord. My guess is either late 80s or early 90s, whatever it is. Anyone got a clue? Either way, I probably shouldn't get too interested unless it's something incredible.

Clean Shwinn Road Bike

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Originally Posted by unprintable
Spotted this not too far away and can't identify it in the slightest (have to admit, I'm not too versed in Schwinn). It looks quite a bit nicer than your average 80s Schwinn. The dude said something about it being a "Schwinn Concord down tube shifter" in an email, but I don't know what that means and I've never heard of Schwinn having a model called Concord. My guess is either late 80s or early 90s, whatever it is. Anyone got a clue? Either way, I probably shouldn't get too interested unless it's something incredible.

Clean Shwinn Road Bike
Looks like a Schwinn Circuit. Just below the Paramount (If I remember right) Nice bike!
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Originally Posted by shnibop
that rigi is wild looking... what's it worth? $500+ for frame and fork only? what components would be correct for that frame?
For starters, you'd need one of the proprietary Gian Robert front derailluers...
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For starters, you'd need one of the proprietary Gian Robert front derailluers...
Actually, you might be able to use an E-type front derailler. The kind that mount to the bottom bracket. Though that wouldn't look great, it would be just as functional and cheaper to boot.
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Originally Posted by unprintable
Spotted this not too far away and can't identify it in the slightest (have to admit, I'm not too versed in Schwinn). It looks quite a bit nicer than your average 80s Schwinn. The dude said something about it being a "Schwinn Concord down tube shifter" in an email, but I don't know what that means and I've never heard of Schwinn having a model called Concord. My guess is either late 80s or early 90s, whatever it is. Anyone got a clue? Either way, I probably shouldn't get too interested unless it's something incredible.

Clean Shwinn Road Bike
I had the black Circuit for a while. It is a great riding bike and the Suntour Sprint components worked really well. I only sold it because I got the red one that is one size bigger and fits better.

If it fits you and it's as clean as he says I would consider it. I think I sold the black one for $300 so IMO $275 is ok but it should have really good tires. Ask the guy what happened to the original white Concor saddle. Those are worth some coin.

I put 9 speed STI on my Circuit and do a 40 mile group ride every Sunday. I can't say too many good things about it.
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48cm Nishiki Tourer on Chicago CL

Looks like a reasonably priced tourer for the smaller rider:


https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/bik/1679770304.html


Nishiki Cresta GT Touring Bike 48 cm. - $150 (Des Plaines)
Date: 2010-04-06, 10:08PM CDT
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Nishiki Cresta GT Touring Bike 48 cm.

48 cm Nishiki Cresta GT is double butted chromoly featuring;
• 37 cm winpista drop bars
• Winpista stem (about 60 mm reach)
• Dia-comp drop bar brake levers
• Dia-comp cantilever brakes
• Suntour downtube shifters
• Suntour AX-5000 front and rear derailleur’s
• Sugino GP Cycloid crank set, 165 mm arms
o 110 BCD 44T and 38T
o 74BCD 28T
• VP “Combo” pedals, clipless and platform
• Araya 27 x 1 1/4” rims laced to
• SE Sansin hubs featuring
• SE Sansin quick release skewers
• Front wheel is 36 spokes, rear is 40 spokes
• Sakae seatpost and
• Vetta saddle
• Rack and water bottle cage included
• Also included are extra rack and fender mounting hardware

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Sweet 82 Trek for Taller Riders Looks to be Pretty Much Stock

1982 Trek--Almost Perfect - $240 (123rd/State Line)





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nice deal on a miyata 712:

https://reading.craigslist.org/bik/1679342770.html

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I don't think this is the deal of the century...but it's not insane for a 531 bike either. Maybe he'd take less.

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/1680511684.html

Trek Pro Series - $350 (Phila/Port Richmond)

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1987 Trek Pro Series
Aqua/blue w/White Decals
Frame: Reynolds 531 Double Butted
Fork: Chrome-Moly w/ Sloping Crown
Headset: Hatta Vesta Sealed
Crankset: Shimano New 105 Aero Forged 52/42 biopace w/Sealed BB
Front Derailleur: Shimano New 105
Back Derailleur: Shimano New 105 for SIS Indexing
Shift Levers: Shimano New 105 w/ SIS Index Control (can be switched from Indexed to Manual)
Brakeset: Shimano New 105 LRS with hooded Auro Levers
1 Freewheel (i think its the original): Shimano 6 speed (yes you get two rear wheels with this bike)
1 Freewheel on current Mavic rear wheel 7 or 8 speed (shifting with this wheel is manual)
Front wheel is original Matrix Titan S 700C Black Anodized Alloy
Tires: a year old and ridebale (Bontrager?)
Pedals: SP150 Alloy Quill
Handlebars: SR Custom Alloy 390mm
Stem: SR CT Forged Auro Alloy (assuming its original)
Seat Post: SR CRE-100 Forged Alloy with Micro adjust
Seat: Newer, only used for a couple months
Handlebar tape: Partial double layer; Black and Blue
Weight with original parts: 23.2 lbs

Link to original Trek catalog: https://www.vintage-trek.com/TrekBrochure1987.htm#page11

I am not sure of the exact size, but it is on the larger side - I am 5'11 and it fits me, but would work for someone 5'8-6'1.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/1680178240.html

Cilo Road Bike - $200 (Braintree)

Date: 2010-04-07, 2:32AM EDT
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Great road bike--Shimano 500 components, newer Vredestein tires, gel seat, tubeless frame. $200 cash takes it.

The frame size is 30 inches from the center tube to the ground. The seat tube is 8 inches.

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