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Old 09-24-17, 11:03 AM
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Schwinn Paramount Series 3 PDG - $150 (Ballantyne)



"Nice bike for age. Some paint chips and small rust spots. RX100 components and 58cm frame. With a little maintenance this would be a great bike."

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Originally Posted by DQRider
I did not know they were already building them in Taiwan back in `88.

The closest catalog scan I could find was for 1987 on Velobase, and it was the fifth bike from the bottom, weighing-in at 23 lbs. So I sort of assumed this was a Japanese-built bike. Did they change this to the entry-level offering from Bianchi in `88?

And as such, is it even worth buying?


No not really. T-Mar would know better than I but Bianchi was making bike in Asia somewhere long before '87/88.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...319094577.html

Bianchi Campione D'Italia Road Bike Made in Italy - $300 (boston)




condition: excellent
Bianchi D'Itialia Bike in Excellant Condition with Campagnolo Mirage group
57cm frame.
2X8 speeds.
700X25C tires.
sale for cash $300 only
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
O2BNSF again. I would have a lot of fun picking through the bits at that sale.
Worth checking out. I picked up the Record mini group, a Campy seatpost wrench, a Campy BB wrench, Chrome Silca frame pump, Campy Record SL pedals, a tool wrap, and 2 books all for $80.

I’d never been to this Bike Kitchen and I highly recommend it. Tons of good stuff well
organized but some is only sold when you put it on a bike. So the next time I’m building I’ll come here, pay $12 a day and won’t be digging for little parts. Spotted in bins:

rider-quality TA triple crank, Superbe Pro pedals, bars and stems galore, on and on.

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MBK Frame & Fork - $50 (east Charlotte)









"MBK Frame &Fork
Columbus tubing
No touch up no rust excellent shape
Size 58 cm
Wheelset $25 good tires 8 speed

PRICE FIRM"

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Pricey but pretty color. Vintage 1986 Caylor Road Bike - $645

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These guys frequently run auctions for these shifters - new. I won a pair for $40 a while back. Cables included. They have buy it now as well but wait for the auctions and you can get a deal IMO. I think they are actually 3x8 as well

SHIMANO ST-2300 2 x 8 Speed STI Road Bike Shifters Levers + Front and Rear NEW


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Originally Posted by machinist42
MBK Frame & Fork - $50 (east Charlotte)


The charging ports are fantastic!
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Wow, I didn't know mixtes could be had this large. The aesthetic is a bit iffy on this one with the large amount of tube rise above the stays - but there you go...

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SLX $300

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De Rosa Giro d'Italia

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6319600838.html

A nice De Rosa up for sale in UES Manhattan. It has Campy Daytona all around; however, a weird shimano 600 headset... not sure why that was thrown it. Caveat, the top tube has a dent in it.

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Damn I love De Rosa. I mean who doesn't. It's classic and retro - and if you're into steel framed bikes, there's almost nothing better.

This is an older 57cm frame (maybe 90s), with Columbus tubes, and absolutely gorgeous craftsmanship. The pain job is all De Rosa, but with some nicks, as you'd expect from so many years of love. There's a slight dent in the top tube, as you can see in the photos, and the price reflects this. Being a steel frame bike, this doesn't compromise the ride, and you barely notice it unless you're looking for it.

Selling as a full bike, and it's absolutely good to go - Campy Daytona, 3ttt, FIR rims, Continental Tires, Thompson Seat post Selle San Marco Seat, Look pedals.

It's also a pretty good starter project - you can swap out the parts and components to modernize a little at a time, and look like a badass right away.







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Originally Posted by Quantumxl
https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6319600838.html

A nice De Rosa up for sale in UES Manhattan. It has Campy Daytona all around; however, a weird shimano 600 headset... not sure why that was thrown it. Caveat, the top tube has a dent in it.

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Damn I love De Rosa. I mean who doesn't. It's classic and retro - and if you're into steel framed bikes, there's almost nothing better.

This is an older 57cm frame (maybe 90s), with Columbus tubes, and absolutely gorgeous craftsmanship. The pain job is all De Rosa, but with some nicks, as you'd expect from so many years of love. There's a slight dent in the top tube, as you can see in the photos, and the price reflects this. Being a steel frame bike, this doesn't compromise the ride, and you barely notice it unless you're looking for it.

Selling as a full bike, and it's absolutely good to go - Campy Daytona, 3ttt, FIR rims, Continental Tires, Thompson Seat post Selle San Marco Seat, Look pedals.

It's also a pretty good starter project - you can swap out the parts and components to modernize a little at a time, and look like a badass right away.






why wouldn't you clean your bike before taking pictures to put it up for sale ??? that's just stupid. it's greasy and filthy everywhere ...
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Originally Posted by IVARR
why wouldn't you clean your bike before taking pictures to put it up for sale ??? that's just stupid. it's greasy and filthy everywhere ...
I use it to negotiate a better price and pose it as "oh it will need a tune up since it looks like it has been a while since it has one. I'll give you $100 for the bike." Awesome ploy. Doesn't work all the time but it is worth the cocked head look.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Now cleaned up. Turned out to be a barn queen, with very low mileage:
NICE! And that color, it's like perfect!
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Originally Posted by IVARR
why wouldn't you clean your bike before taking pictures to put it up for sale ??? that's just stupid. it's greasy and filthy everywhere ...

And a dinged tube...see the last picture
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Boulder is blowing out NIB Dura Ace 12-19 corncobs for $19 each:
Shimano DuraAce 7sp 12-19 freewheel NOS in box SIS

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"Blowing out corncobs"? Sounds messy.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Boulder is blowing out NIB Dura Ace 12-19 corncobs for $19 each:
Shimano DuraAce 7sp 12-19 freewheel NOS in box SIS

Can anyone tell me what I'd need to install on an old (1973) Schwinn Super Sport or direct me a link or opportunity to buy a rear wheel that could accept the Dura Ace 7sp.? An old Shimano SIS RD is already on the bike.
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These are hard to find, especially for a good price. All you need are some 9-speed wheels and 650 dollars.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/b...319561615.html



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Wasn't someone here looking for a Cinelli fork? This cracked SC frame in NYC is $100 and comes with the fork which the seller says is in good condition.

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I would NOT trust that crank arm spider to last through a single big ring uphill sprint. Or even a small ring uphill sprint. And I think it's obvious that many Clydesdales could break that thing just by looking at it.
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Originally Posted by IVARR
another schwinn varsity in amherst massachusetts in the fall, which i find quite poetic ...

https://westernmass.craigslist.org/b...317701924.html
rode one last week and i can't believe i ever wanted one. had to be the most uncomfortable and least efficient 10 speed i ever rode.

but man they looked good on captain kangaroo.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Boulder is blowing out NIB Dura Ace 12-19 corncobs for $19 each:
Shimano DuraAce 7sp 12-19 freewheel NOS in box SIS

Jumped! Thanks Jeirvine!

Max order is 2...2 left as of right now.
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Anyone in France? These were the tip-top pro wheelset of their time. Ends in 3 hrs.

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Originally Posted by 52telecaster
but man they looked good on captain kangaroo.
Better than the cargo pockets, the highwater pants and that haircut did.
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