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

Old 11-26-17, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by greg3rd48
Yeh I saw that too but if you could get it at a bargain price it might be worth it.
Stiff harsh ride IMHO. I actually bought one in the ADK for $15 in 2014. BB cups were tough, but time and PB Blaster prevailed.
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Old 11-26-17, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Not far from me and not my size. Probably not steel either. But for the price........



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sf...400717343.html
Gone! I hope somebody here got it.
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Old 11-26-17, 03:05 PM
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There are a ton of nice parts on that bike. Go get it.
And a real nice frame holding the parts. That's not a close call; get it for sure!
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Old 11-26-17, 03:05 PM
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Nice Package!

Lots of cycling gear - $75 (Raleigh





"Fuji time trial
cycle ops trainer w / block
Cat eye heart rate monitor
Size 12 cycling shoes with lock in pedals.

Has been sitting for a while. I could not get the rear tire to seal and take air. Possibly it will need new tire
Cycle computer will need batteries.

First $75 takes all."

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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
I have to stop putting crazy low bids on bikes. How could I have won at this price? Am I missing something?
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Old 11-26-17, 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
I have to stop putting crazy low bids on bikes. How could I have won at this price? Am I missing something?
You're not missing anything...the auction had a few things working against it:

Large size. Larger bikes usually go lower in auction format.
Thanksgiving/holiday auction end.
No photos...video not very good
High shipping

Perfect storm. Congrats!
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Old 11-26-17, 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
I have to stop putting crazy low bids on bikes. How could I have won at this price? Am I missing something?
Very nice score indeed. Looking forward to seeing your posts after you get it in your possession.
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Old 11-26-17, 04:53 PM
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yeah nice score! sometimes ebay still comes through. two of my favorites came from this thread pointing to deals on ebay that I was happy to follow through on. .
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
You're not missing anything...the auction had a few things working against it:

Large size. Larger bikes usually go lower in auction format.
Thanksgiving/holiday auction end.
No photos...video not very good
High shipping

Perfect storm. Congrats!
Thank you, Aaron. I was beginning to get worried. Now storage is getting to be an issue. I gotta sell some bikes.
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Old 11-26-17, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
Very nice score indeed. Looking forward to seeing your posts after you get it in your possession.
Originally Posted by jetboy
yeah nice score! sometimes ebay still comes through. two of my favorites came from this thread pointing to deals on ebay that I was happy to follow through on. .
Thank you guys. This is the second time that I put in a low bid and actually won. First one was the Merckx Professional from July that I also mentioned in this forum. That one was $500 shipped.

Maybe I can get the seller of this Colnago to ship via BikeFlights. That shipping quote in the auction is excessive.

The unfortunate part is that I also picked up two other bikes locally yesterday.

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Old 11-26-17, 05:14 PM
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Nice score, sorry for your unfortunate situation.


Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Thank you guys. This is the second time that I put in a low bid and actually won. First one was the Merckx Professional from July that I also mentioned in this forum. That one was $500 shipped.

Maybe I can get the seller of this Colnago to ship via BikeFlights. That shipping quote in the auction is excessive.

The unfortunate part is that I also picked up two other bikes locally yesterday.
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Thank you guys. This is the second time that I put in a low bid and actually won. First one was the Merckx Professional from July that I also mentioned in this forum. That one was $500 shipped.

Maybe I can get the seller of this Colnago to ship via BikeFlights. That shipping quote in the auction is excessive.

The unfortunate part is that I also picked up two other bikes locally yesterday.
If I hadn't acquired a PX-10 and a Bottecchia Professional in the last month I might have been in on the bid - but with those I'm already treading into 'crazy cat lady' territory on bikes so you were in the clear from my end.
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Old 11-26-17, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by merziac
Nice score, sorry for your unfortunate situation.
You'd think. I sound like a regular member of this forum.

Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
If I hadn't acquired a PX-10 and a Bottecchia Professional in the last month I might have been in on the bid - but with those I'm already treading into 'crazy cat lady' territory on bikes so you were in the clear from my end.
I'm treading in that territory too right now. Maybe we'd run into each other.
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Old 11-26-17, 05:48 PM
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
You'd think. I sound like a regular member of this forum.


I'm treading in that territory too right now. Maybe we'd run into each other.
Note, I'm worse than most here...but I'd try to narrow your focus. Maybe only bikes pre-1975, or only one of these 10 brands..

Try to limit things where you only keep the tippy top and you sell the good deals you aren't that in love with.
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Old 11-26-17, 06:44 PM
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
Note, I'm worse than most here...but I'd try to narrow your focus. Maybe only bikes pre-1975, or only one of these 10 brands..

Try to limit things where you only keep the tippy top and you sell the good deals you aren't that in love with.
Maybe I can ask you to go thru my Flickr albums and pick a few that I should sell soon.
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Old 11-26-17, 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Maybe I can ask you to go thru my Flickr albums and pick a few that I should sell soon.
I'm happy to give advice, but what you're talking about is personal. What do you most like? What most moves you? I like rarer, weirder stuff that's top quality.
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Old 11-26-17, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
If I hadn't acquired a PX-10 and a Bottecchia Professional in the last month I might have been in on the bid - but with those I'm already treading into 'crazy cat lady' territory on bikes so you were in the clear from my end.
if i had read this before i signed up for these forums, you can bet my username would be "crazy bike lady"
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Originally Posted by bike_galpal
if i had read this before i signed up for these forums, you can bet my username would be "crazy bike lady"
Yay! I'm officially a bad influence!
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Old 11-26-17, 09:15 PM
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An Even Less Expensive Ironman?

Bicycles (road) - $50





"One Centurion Iron Man road bicycle (circa 2010)

One Motobecane road bicycle (circa 1980)

$50 for each, good condition; see photos"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...402067098.html

(Ugh. Were they my size, I'd see about shipping or long road tripping. If they were nearer, I'd be all over them already. Grrr. Moto appears to be a Super Mirage.)
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For those of you who may not know, this is a nice little bike. I built and sold a bunch of these in the '80s, and may have done so with this one. Has the Shimano Front Freewheel System (FFS) with Positron that is easy and user-friendly for new riders and the best steel rims ever on a bike; straight and tough with good chrome. This one does not have the original saddle. I built one of these with a baby seat on it and gave it to my sister when her kid was born.

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Vintage Panasonic Bicycle - $60



condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Panasonic
model name / number: Tourist

Vintage Panasonic Bicycle.
Very Good Condition.
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Prewar Schwinn World

This should be a fun project at a cheap starting point.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Prewar-Schw...YAAOSwB4BZ8PSi
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I have no idea what this is worth, and it's O/T, but it's sort of cool.


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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Lightning
model name / number: P-38
size / dimensions: Large
Lightning P-38 Recumbent size Large in Excellent Condition.
Shifts smoothly; stops quickly; mesh seat and paint look great; always kept indoors and meticulously maintained.
Includes Rans Seat Bag, owner's manual, tube air pump, water bottle holder, pedal cages.
Spare tires for front and back, spare idler, spare Odyssey A brake pads, spare chain (new).
Mirrcycle mirror, bell for trail riding.
Size Large fits 5'7" - 6'1" and x-seam 41"- 44.5" and inseam 29" - 33".
I am 5'10.5" with a 43" x-seam.
American made in Lompoc, California.
Shimano Deore LX derailer and hubs.
Shimano Hollowtech 105 crank arms.
Sun Rims CR18.
Odyssey brakes, Dia Compe Power Control 7n up top.
Race Lite B 700 x 28 Hard Case Triple Puncture Protection tire in rear.
Schwalbe City Jet with Puncture Protection in front.
The Speedplay Frog pedals are not included, but can be purchased separately, along with 2 pairs of Speedplay Frog cleats.
Like new Lake MXZ303 insulated biking boots size 47 Euro (13 US) also available.
Contact me with any questions.
This post will promptly be removed once sold, so if you are reading this, the bike is available for a cash only buyer.
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Strap The Kid To The Rack!!!

Italian bike - $100 (Carrboro/Chapel Hill)







"Original Italian steel lugged frame bycicle."

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(If the child seat hasn't destroyed the seat tube, it might be a nice "bycicle"(sp)?)
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It is called a tadpole, I think. [MENTION=73614]rhm[/MENTION] had one for a while. I rode his once, maybe all of 100 feet. It was squirrelly as hell.

Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
I have no idea what this is worth, and it's O/T, but it's sort of cool.


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Lightning P-38 Recumbent size Large in Excellent Condition.
Shifts smoothly; stops quickly; mesh seat and paint look great; always kept indoors and meticulously maintained.
Includes Rans Seat Bag, owner's manual, tube air pump, water bottle holder, pedal cages.
Spare tires for front and back, spare idler, spare Odyssey A brake pads, spare chain (new).
Mirrcycle mirror, bell for trail riding.
Size Large fits 5'7" - 6'1" and x-seam 41"- 44.5" and inseam 29" - 33".
I am 5'10.5" with a 43" x-seam.
American made in Lompoc, California.
Shimano Deore LX derailer and hubs.
Shimano Hollowtech 105 crank arms.
Sun Rims CR18.
Odyssey brakes, Dia Compe Power Control 7n up top.
Race Lite B 700 x 28 Hard Case Triple Puncture Protection tire in rear.
Schwalbe City Jet with Puncture Protection in front.
The Speedplay Frog pedals are not included, but can be purchased separately, along with 2 pairs of Speedplay Frog cleats.
Like new Lake MXZ303 insulated biking boots size 47 Euro (13 US) also available.
Contact me with any questions.
This post will promptly be removed once sold, so if you are reading this, the bike is available for a cash only buyer.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
It is called a tadpole, I think. [MENTION=73614]rhm[/MENTION] had one for a while. I rode his once, maybe all of 100 feet. It was squirrelly as hell.
So you're saying you want me to help you facilitate

I'll let him know!
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