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

Old 04-19-18, 12:38 PM
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SR Maxima - $90 (Lincoln, NE)

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Originally Posted by machinist42
Ciscato was a small builder in Vincenza, and this is probably a nicer Italian frame with Campy drops, and decent tubing. "Upgrades" are probably the Shimano stuff and TT bars. This one would be worth asking the owner if he has the old parts they took off. Looks like a Record crank and FD. If this were closer I'd be on it.
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Sounds like a possible stolen bike.

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I'd love that bike - one size too big but I bet I could make it fit. Only a 90 minute drive away, but I have no car . . .

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Time to rent a car.

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I'd love that bike - one size too big but I bet I could make it fit. Only a 90 minute drive away, but I have no car . . .
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Originally Posted by dddd
Maybe someone can tell me what's going on with that screw head on the downtube by the letter B.
The bike is local here. I have what I think is the same off-roadish model, a bit older and came from the factory with Command shifters.
Pricing needs major adjustment
The extra bosses are for a carrying strap.
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Price doubled while I looked for rental cars.

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Time to rent a car.
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Masi Gran Criterium

Masi Gran Criterium

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It's 550 Friday!!! Well, it's actually 4/20 Friday but we won't discuss that.
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Not cheap, but if you've been looking for one in this size...

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FUJI Touring V Series touring bike with panniers front and back - $550 (Amelia Court House)



make / manufacturer: FUJI
model name / number: Touring V

This 1980 FUJI bike is brazed of Tange steel, as fine as the best custom frames. The level top tube is 55m center-to-center and the seat tube is 54 cm creating a 31 inch standover height. This is the right size for someone 5'9" to 6'1". It has had a lot of use and is very well maintained. The Suntour 18 speed components are all in good working condition. The bar end shifters are traditional for touring bikes. The front and rear racks and panniers are included. The 700c wheels have 36 spokes with 700 x 32 tires. The aluminum alloy handlebars are held by a FSA stem. Platform pedals are included, others are available. For sale for $550.

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VITUS DURAL 979 57cm Road BIKE - $550 (Ashland)



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model name / number: DURAL 979

VITUS DURAL 979 57 CM Road Bike, Sun Derailers,9Speed Hub can be changed to 10.Mafac aero levers, Fluted seat post,Brooks sadle,3 TT quill and Bars,Elite peroid correct bottle cages.Modern Brakes-Tretro 580s,Bontrager Race Lite Wheelset,with Bontrager Hubs.Contintal tires,Look pedals,Impero frame mounted Pump.Very Classic collectable.
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GT Outpost Trail commuter (and mountain) bike - $195 (Olympia area)



GT Outpost Trail commuter (and mountain) bike - $195 (Olympia area)



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Houston anyone? Ttt....3 days remaining on the mystery Zunow. Seller has zero feedback but if I was in the area, certainly would check this deal out.

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https://m.ebay.com/itm/Zunow-vintage-bicycle/173273542444?hash=item2857e86f2c:g:1d8AAOSwOhNa1MYM


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1983 Raleigh Touring, Indianapolis, IN - $450

Delicious. I wouldn't cry if anybody bought it for me.

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For After Hours Stealth Sessions At The Velodrome?

Bridgestone Anchor (Tsubasa Kitatsura) NJS Track Bike - $1200 (West Philadelphia)



"Bridgestone Anchor track bike. White with red writing and details. Glows in the dark. 53 cm, 853 Reynolds tubing, Sugino 75 cranks (165 mm) and chainring (48t), Nitto 90 mm stem, Dura-ace headset, Hatta Swan bottom bracket, MKS GR-9 platform pedals, MKS cages, Mavic Open Pro Wheels (front aerial and rear 3-across), Dura-ace HB 7600 single sided fixed hubs, Euro-Asia 17t cog, Vittoria Rubino Pro 700x23c tires, random seat post, used Fizik Arione black saddle, random chrome 1-inch riser bars, black Oury grips. Shipping to be determined at time of sale.

condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Bridgestone Anchor
model name / number: Tsubasa Kitatsura
size / dimensions: 53.5 cm "

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1987 Schwinn Prelude - $75 (Flint, MI)

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1987 Schwinn Prelude - $75 (Flint, MI)

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I have that exact frame set. After several years of ownership, I could no longer get comfortable on it. It would go cheaply, with local pickup. Too big for any of the locals.
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
I have that exact frame set. After several years of ownership, I could no longer get comfortable on it. It would go cheaply, with local pickup. Too big for any of the locals.
Might have fit better if the bars were adjusted correctly..JM2C's
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Bianchi "Pristine", 1989, 52cm, Minneapolis, $495

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Centurion Ironman, Milwaukee, 58cm, $275

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Bianchi Sport SX, 1987, 53cm, Appleton, WI, $300

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Raleigh Super Course MKII - Connecticut

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That Mk. II is in glorious condition. I've never paid much attention to that particular model, always preferring the more classically designed base model Super Courses, but I think I just got a new perspective... Lovely!
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That Mk. II is in glorious condition. I've never paid much attention to that particular model, always preferring the more classically designed base model Super Courses, but I think I just got a new perspective... Lovely!
Yeah - I'd say that was the best year, in terms of frame, paint, and components. Looks like a forged drop, rather than the stamped Zeus that some 70's mid-range Raleighs got.
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Raleigh Technium? Not sure what that is, the guy claims it's aluminum? Also, this persons photographic skills are non existent, but I think I spotted Suntour.
https://boise.craigslist.org/bik/d/r...563764770.html
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Originally Posted by Ballenxj
Raleigh Technium? Not sure what that is, the guy claims it's aluminum? Also, this persons photographic skills are non existent, but I think I spotted Suntour.
https://boise.craigslist.org/bik/d/r...563764770.html
The Technium process as developed by Raleigh bonds dissimilar metals. The most common configuration - like this one - is aluminum frame tubes bonded to cromoly lugs, but there were all kinds of variants. These frames were made in the Kent, WA plant so Raleigh engineers could benefit from Boeing's experience in this area.
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