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Old 09-26-17, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
Also, the guy is looking for cash only, local pickup only in eastern Oregon. That holds the price down a bit too.

BTW, I exchanged some e-mails with him and he says it's an estate sale and that he also has a Cinelli he's getting ready for sale. Who's up for a road trip to Hermiston?

Yup. I spoke with him as well. He has a bunch of parts, tools, etc. as well. The Cinelli is a 58 and the price is the same as the other 2. He said he'd be willing to do a package deal for the whole shooting match.

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Originally Posted by satbuilder
Yup. I spoke with him as well. He has a bunch of parts, tools, etc. as well. The Cinelli is a 58 and the price is the same as the other 2. He said he'd be willing to do a package deal for the whole shooting match.

Anybody know a facilitator?
If I can figure out a way to talk my wife into tolerating this and he still has the De Rosa this weekend I might drive out there and would be willing to facilitate on the other bikes, especially if he's willing to offer a package price.
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If you're interested in the DeRosa, I'd have to see what else he has to offer re: parts, tools, and what vintage is the Cinelli, before I could make any sort of decision or commitment. The DeRosa was of interest to me, but I have 3 vintage bike projects eating up my garage now.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
If I can figure out a way to talk my wife into tolerating this and he still has the De Rosa this weekend I might drive out there and would be willing to facilitate on the other bikes, especially if he's willing to offer a package price.
I'd definitely be interested in the Casati.

I don't know why I thought that the Casati was a 54. Maybe the ad was changed since this morning?

The Cinelli, at that price, would be interesting too.

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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
I'd definitely be interested in the Casati.

I don't why I thought that the Casati was a 54. Maybe the ad was changed since this morning?
The ad for the Casati definitely said 53 at some point earlier today, though you could tell from the picture that wasn't correct. What the guy says about himself ("I do not know a lot about these vintage Italian racing bikes," etc.) seems to be true and the prices seem about right for the way he wants to sell them.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
Also, the guy is looking for cash only, local pickup only in eastern Oregon. That holds the price down a bit too.

BTW, I exchanged some e-mails with him and he says it's an estate sale and that he also has a Cinelli he's getting ready for sale. Who's up for a road trip to Hermiston?
If he were closer...
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
It is a Taiwanese built bike that sold for just under $500. Better pics are are need but I would suspect it needs a overhaul, new tire and maybe a chain. But it seems low for what most people want for any Bianchi



Yeah, well it cleaned up pretty nice. Checked the hub, BB and steering head bearings, and they were all smooth as buttah. Cleaned the chain and derailleurs, blew the dust off the frame, added my usual mods for an acceptable cockpit, and voila:



This is it for now. I've got to get rid of the silly plastic shifter and pedals. I just wanted to find out how it rides in this configuration. Very nicely indeed, in my limited experience. Of course, the Biopace/Exage drivetrain will have to go, but what to replace it with...?

It's a nice problem to have!


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Originally Posted by DQRider
Yeah, well it cleaned up pretty nice. Checked the hub, BB and steering head bearings, and they were all smooth as buttah. Cleaned the chain and derailleurs, blew the dust off the frame, added my usual mods for an acceptable cockpit, and voila:



This is it for now. I've got to get rid of the silly plastic shifter and pedals. I just wanted to find out how it rides in this configuration. Very nicely indeed, in my limited experience. Of course, the Biopace/Exage drivetrain will have to go, but what to replace it with...?

It's a nice problem to have!


Those Taiwanese Bianchis were quite a value when they were sold for a while in the early to mid 90's. I remember finding a friend one that was on closeout for $399. I couldn't believe you could get a celeste Bianchi, brand new, for half the price of an entry-level one made in Italy, with the main difference being that it wasn't made in Italy.

I got a $100 Bianchi hybrid that was in near-perfect shape that was made in Taiwan. Unbutted Tange tubing, but it rides great. Is the tubing on your bike butted?

Nike REALLY cleaned up well, congrats!
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Well I bought it. $100 American. New tires tubes new brake cables good condition leather Lycett L-72 seat for 50 years old. The paint is far better than I expected decals are pretty good. A discrepancy in the shifter cabling and no left shifter. I am not familiar with the 5 speed and its control hardware. The right side has the SA 3 speed shifter & is in working condition shifting that side of the axle well. I don't know how it works.
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Originally Posted by Clang
hmmm that's gotta be more than a 60cm right? otherwise i want it.
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This is very nice.


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Originally Posted by DQRider


This is it for now. I've got to get rid of the silly plastic shifter and pedals. I just wanted to find out how it rides in this configuration. Very nicely indeed, in my limited experience. Of course, the Biopace/Exage drivetrain will have to go, but what to replace it with...?

It's a nice problem to have!


It looks fabulous! I had my Sport SX set up as a flat bar for a while it really rocked.

The shifters will be tough. The only metal Shipmano 7spd thumb shifters I can think of are the Deore and they can be spendy! For pedals if you ride on SPD type clipless pedals I get the pedals that had a SPD on one side and a regular pedal on the other. I use them on my grocery getter.

You can dump biopace two ways. You could replace the crankset and BB or you could replace the rings. You just need standard 130 BCD chain rings and your in business!

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Those Taiwanese Bianchis were quite a value when they were sold for a while in the early to mid 90's. I remember finding a friend one that was on closeout for $399. I couldn't believe you could get a celeste Bianchi, brand new, for half the price of an entry-level one made in Italy, with the main difference being that it wasn't made in Italy.


Nike REALLY cleaned up well, congrats!
The Sport SX from those years was a great bike. DB ChroMoly with a Mangalloy rear triangle made them lively but the they would soak up a bump too. The '88 like this one was the first non Italian road bike to have Celeste paint.
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Midrange frameset only, but someone might be interested.

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Schwinn sierra cromoly frame - $50 (West end)



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Schwinn sierra frame. Would make good around town bike. Relaxed frame angles. Pretty light weight. For riders 5' to 5 ft 10 or so. 21 inch cl bottom brkt to cl top tube.
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Is that an MTB frame? If so, that's a biggie, you'd wanna be at least 6 feet tall to ride that beast. No way a 5 footer is even going to reach the pedals.
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Originally Posted by Colnago Mixte
Those Taiwanese Bianchis were quite a value when they were sold for a while in the early to mid 90's. I remember finding a friend one that was on closeout for $399. I couldn't believe you could get a celeste Bianchi, brand new, for half the price of an entry-level one made in Italy, with the main difference being that it wasn't made in Italy.

I got a $100 Bianchi hybrid that was in near-perfect shape that was made in Taiwan. Unbutted Tange tubing, but it rides great. Is the tubing on your bike butted?

Nike REALLY cleaned up well, congrats!
Best $150 I've ever spent. Yes, the tubing decal says "Bianchi Superset; Tange Double-Butted Chrome Moly". I rode it to work this morning, and it's leaning against the wall of my cube about three feet away as I type this. If nothing else, it's a real mood-lifter.
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Vintage Peugeot 10 speed Mixte - $275 (Ridgewood)

How did all those original parts survive all this time? It must have been barely ridden.

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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
It looks fabulous! I had my Sport SX set up as a flat bar for a while it really rocked.

The shifters will be tough. The only metal Shipmano 7spd thumb shifters I can think of are the Deore and they can be spendy! For pedals if you ride on SPD type clipless pedals I get the pedals that had a SPD on one side and a regular pedal on the other. I use them on my grocery getter.

You can dump biopace two ways. You could replace the crankset and BB or you could replace the rings. You just need standard 130 BCD chain rings and your in business!

The Sport SX from those years was a great bike. DB ChroMoly with a Mangalloy rear triangle made them lively but the they would soak up a bump too. The '88 like this one was the first non Italian road bike to have Celeste paint.
Thanks Bianchigirl, I always learn something new from your posts.

I've got a Velo Orange polished alloy thumb-shifter mount ready to go, but I'm missing the cylinder in the middle. I've written to V.O. and explained my problem, and they have sent me a replacement, free-of-charge. Their customer service is top-notch. Now all I need is a 6-speed indexed lever without the plastic "handle". I think I've got on old Shimano 600 lever laying around somewhere...

There are two pair of the exact same pedals you mentioned sitting on my shelf in the shop, but I'm leaning more towards some nice alloy platforms on this bike. I never really liked the fumble-footed starts from a red-light, trying to clip-in on one side only. This bike feels "intuitive", and you are spot-on about that frame; it feels light and tight, yet still soaks up the bumps much like the Ishiwata 024 on my Ross. So I want to be able to engage the drivetrain intuitively too. I'll revisit SPD if I ever decide to take it touring.


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Best $150 I've ever spent. Yes, the tubing decal says "Bianchi Superset; Tange Double-Butted Chrome Moly". I rode it to work this morning, and it's leaning against the wall of my cube about three feet away as I type this. If nothing else, it's a real mood-lifter.
Paying a very low price for a top quality bike always puts a smile on my face too. I don't know how people who pay top dollar retail prices for bikes even sleep at night.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
Also, the guy is looking for cash only, local pickup only in eastern Oregon. That holds the price down a bit too.

BTW, I exchanged some e-mails with him and he says it's an estate sale and that he also has a Cinelli he's getting ready for sale. Who's up for a road trip to Hermiston?
If the Cinelli is sized like the other ones, count me interested.

That De Rosa is sized perfectly for me but the paint job turns me off too.

Edit: Just saw there is some other interest too, but I don't want to step on any toes.
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but I don't want to step on any toes.
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I would be surprised if it sells at that price, clumsily refited with lackluster newer bin worthy parts, a darn shame imo Would love to have the frame for my wife.


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Fortunately these fully equipped models seem to have some kind of built in protection from being defiled as I have seen many that were unmolested. I think it has to do with the integrated rack/fender assembly that most hackers are somehow smart enough too leave alone, at that point they leave it all as is. I also believe that the owners of these have a better appreciation for them and protect them from harm to a certain degree. imho


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You don't see these everyday. Not sure where prices have gone lately, but this seems not too crazy:
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