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

Old 07-19-18, 04:39 AM
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RALEIGH ALYESKA - $100 (Va beach)





"Don't know much about it, my dad's friend gave it to me. Needs a little love, brake adjustment, air in tires, but seems to be in good condition, see pictures. Don't know much about street bikes but I'll answer any questions if it's something that I can see on the bike. Call or text 757 651-6215. $100"

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I won't pretend to know anything about these, but seems like a good price for vintage Campagnolo.

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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
this one looks quite original. They are such well behaved on the road. I have had mine for awhile and currently putting it through a town bike rebuild. Orange Le Tour II are worth a buyers consideration... but that price is just wack!
I'd love to know a close match on that orange, it's exactly the color I wanted to paint the Gitane SC/TdF bare frame I have ... it's very similar to the super-deep orange metallic on L. Bobet's frames back in the late 60s/early 70s.
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Congrats!! Glad I could be of secondary aid to @jet sanchEz and get it on your radar. I just picked up a sweet deal on some 7800-era super light carbon-aluminum Dura-Ace wheels, so I am super pumped about them. They're on the Prologue now and we're knocking on the door of 20.0 lb or less (fully rideable, of course). The test ride was very good. I'm really going to like these wheels!
Tx and yes, you guys rock. The pic was skewed imo the frame is only a 1/2 to 1 in. bigger than my other biggest frames that all have a lot of seatpost and or stem. The standover is 36 in, and the headtube is 8 11/16 or 22 cm which is also only 1 in. more than the rest but looked like a lot more. All this will equate to less seatpost and stem and should be very close to correct I think.
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Originally Posted by francophile
I'd love to know a close match on that orange, it's exactly the color I wanted to paint the Gitane SC/TdF bare frame I have ... it's very similar to the super-deep orange metallic on L. Bobet's frames back in the late 60s/early 70s.
So would I! I am having no luck so far. Fortunately the paint on mine is quite good.
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Old 07-20-18, 06:59 AM
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I came across another orange thing of beauty. I would never want such a perfect old bicycle; I wouldn't want to ride it. That's why that Voyageur was so perfect . . .

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Old 07-20-18, 07:18 AM
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^^^^ Pretty bike, but "pristine" includes dried-up brake hoods and handlebar tape? And a BROKEN pedal on the left side? And why no pics of the front wheel or saddle?
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BIANCHI TROFEO ROAD BICYCLE W/CAMPAGNALO CONPONENTS - $349 (Haverhill mass)



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Make: Bianchi

Model: Trofeo

Frame Tubing: Bianchi superset 2 lugged steel

Fork Tubing:ZEROTRE accioio 25 vro mo lugged steel

Weight: 23.8

Size: 54cm-55cm

Colors: Ferrari red

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WHEELS and TIRES

Hubs: Campagnolo Stratos

Rims: Ambrosio Super Elite Durex, 36-hole aluminum alloy made in ITALY

Tires: 700 x 22c Vittoria Zefir

Spoke Brand: Stainless steel, 1.8 mm straight gauge

Spoke Nipples: Brass nipples

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COMPONENTS

Brakeset: Campagnolo Stratos brakes, Campagnolo Stratos levers

Shift Levers: Campagnolo Stratos down-tube

Crankset: Campagnolo Stratos, 39/52 teeth

Pedals: HTI steel/resin

Rear Cogs: 8-speed, 13 - 23 teeth

Seatpost: Selcof, 27.2 mm diameter

Saddle: Selle San Marco Slim Bianchi

Handlebar: ITM Europa

Handlebar Stem: ITM

Headset: 1inch Campagnalo
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Originally Posted by francophile
I'd love to know a close match on that orange, it's exactly the color I wanted to paint the Gitane SC/TdF bare frame I have ... it's very similar to the super-deep orange metallic on L. Bobet's frames back in the late 60s/early 70s.
Not quite what you're asking for, but I repainted an Orange 1976 Centurion Semi Pro. It's a pearlescent orange that is very close to the late 70's Le Tour / Volare / Superior orange you are looking for. You can see the thread here: 1976 Semi Pro Restoration

It's a 50:50 mix of House of Kolor "Tangelo Pearl" and "Sunset Pearl". This is an almost perfect match to the Centurion orange (I tested on chips on the fork before stripping everything). The Schwinn orange looks to be a more on the yellow side, with bit less red. It's probably very close to the straight "Sunset Pearl" color (The "Tangelo Pearl" is a very intense, and more red-ish orange.)
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Overpriced by about $100, and lacks the original wheels, but this is hands-down the best paint job design of all the Lemonds, IMO. I think $400 would be a fair price if the buyer could be talked down.

Looks like a 55 cm to me, rather than a 58.



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Schwinn Passage 23" commuter/tourer refurbished - $200 (Brookline)




Up for sale is lugged steel, 1986 Schwinn Passage touring bike. Frame is made from Columbus Tenax steel with provisions for three water bottles. Components include SunTour derailleurs, Dia Compe shifters, canti-brakes and levers, 7-speed rear cluster and triple-chainring Sugino crankset, 700c wheels with Mavic rims, Panaracer Pasela 32mm tires, new brake and gear cables and new chain, Brooks B17 leather saddle, rear Jim Blackburn rack. Frame size is 23"/58cm seat tube (measured center to top), 22.5" top tube (center to center), 32.5" standover height (in old-school sizing, this should fit folks roughly 5'8" to 6'). Frame is quite scraped up, but no dents. Would make for an excellent under-the-radar commuter or strap on some panniers and take a tour. Mechanically this bike is in excellent condition, needs nothing, and is ready to roll.

Firm price is $200 cash; located in Brookline/Coolidge Corner. Can meet at the Coolidge Corner t-stop.
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That Schwinn looks nice. What's the difference between a Passage and a Voyageur?
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
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Schwinn Passage 23" commuter/tourer refurbished - $200 (Brookline)




Up for sale is lugged steel, 1986 Schwinn Passage touring bike. Frame is made from Columbus Tenax steel with provisions for three water bottles. Components include SunTour derailleurs, Dia Compe shifters, canti-brakes and levers, 7-speed rear cluster and triple-chainring Sugino crankset, 700c wheels with Mavic rims, Panaracer Pasela 32mm tires, new brake and gear cables and new chain, Brooks B17 leather saddle, rear Jim Blackburn rack. Frame size is 23"/58cm seat tube (measured center to top), 22.5" top tube (center to center), 32.5" standover height (in old-school sizing, this should fit folks roughly 5'8" to 6'). Frame is quite scraped up, but no dents. Would make for an excellent under-the-radar commuter or strap on some panniers and take a tour. Mechanically this bike is in excellent condition, needs nothing, and is ready to roll.

Firm price is $200 cash; located in Brookline/Coolidge Corner. Can meet at the Coolidge Corner t-stop.
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Cilo - $140 (East Bethel, MN)

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Steel Frame 1986 Trek Elance 310 painted in steel gray. Frame size 54 cm (21 1/4 inches). Bike was ridden about a dozen times during the first year and then stored. Rear tire won't hold air - needs tubes and stem valves.

Specifications: Ishiwata tri-butted frame. Derailers are Sun Tour cyclone series. Has SR's Sac forged alloy crank and 52/42 teeth chain rings. Brake set is Dia-Compe GX 500N. Tube size is 27"x 1". Weight is 24.2 pounds.
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Schwinn Prologue - $300 (Savage, MN)

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Originally Posted by noglider
That Schwinn looks nice. What's the difference between a Passage and a Voyageur?
Mostly a cr-mo fork on the Voyageur, vs. Hi-Ten on the Passage. There are probably some slightly higher spec parts on the Voyageur, but they're pretty close in terms of geometry and general level of parts. They list a lb or two difference in weight, but include the Passage's factory equipped Blackburn style rack in it's weight.
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Miyata nine twelve - $180 (Minneapolis, MN)


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Centurion LeMans - $120 (South Minneapolis, MN)

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Cannondale T900 - $199 (Crystal, MN)

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Tall Centurion road bike- Fully tuned (Rhode Island)




Mechanic owned and maintained. Fully tuned and adjusted. Shifts and brakes perfectly. Double wall 700c wheels with great tires

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For you tall guys/gals...

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De Rosa 57cm - $500


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Extra wheels too! Screamin' deal!
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HUGE deal!

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