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

Old 12-03-18, 04:59 PM
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I've never seen a Weigle on CL before.

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Here’s something interesting, old trek, no cable braze ins, but looks like a glued head badge (hard to tell) but loong chain stays, triple crank...
price is right! $140.00

https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...743739644.html
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Old 12-04-18, 02:29 AM
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Originally Posted by cb400bill
I've never seen a Weigle on CL before.
I hate these, "If you are serious and are familiar with the builder please make a reasonable offer and leave a name with phone number."

Yeah, well, if YOU were familiar with the builder then you'd KNOW what it's worth and list a reasonable price instead of fishing.
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly

Here’s something interesting, old trek, no cable braze ins, but looks like a glued head badge (hard to tell) but loong chain stays, triple crank...
price is right! $140.00

https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...743739644.html
My incoming 414 has no cable braze-ons and a glued headbadge. 1980.
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly

Here’s something interesting, old trek, no cable braze ins, but looks like a glued head badge (hard to tell) but loong chain stays, triple crank...
price is right! $140.00

https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...743739644.html
I want to buy that bike just to shift it out of the big/big. Also for the cool Ofmega triple crank.
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
My incoming 414 has no cable braze-ons and a glued headbadge. 1980.
but this is 531, at least the main tubes, so a 6** or 7** at least?
I want it, but it’s
1) real far

but mostly 2) I’ve got all trek tourer I can handle right now!

But I DO want to ID it!
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https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...764388027.html

Fuji Touring-Gravel Bike (Completely overhauled) 53cm - $350 (Weymouth/Braintree T station)


***THIS ADD WILL BE DELETED WHEN SOLD, IF IT IS LISTED....IT IS AVAILABLE***

I am a bike mechanic and I went thru this bike entirely. It has been completely overhauled.($180+ at your local shop. This means YOU will NOT shell out anymore $$ after your purchase on CL)
It has been cleaned and polished (priceless) and will need absolutely nothing but a rider. This bike is from my personal collection and I spared no expense when I built it up. I have too many bikes and once in a while a sell a few...This is one that I have decided to sell. You could not build a bike of this caliber for my asking price so please no BS. If you want a really nice touring-gravel-city bike look no further.

This frame size is a 53cm It will fit a rider that is approx. 5'5" to 5'9" tall.

This is a really nice Fuji Touring IV bike it is made with a Quad butted chromoly frame and chromoly chrome fork.
It has lots of brazeon's for front and rear racks.
It has 3 water bottle mounts.
It has a spoke holder with spokes on rear stays.
Strong 36 spoke wheels with sealed cartridge hubs that are straight as an arrow.
Triple crankset 18 speed total
Very nice upgraded and rare Shimano-cantilever brakes

**BROOKS PROFFESSIONAL SADDLE IS NOT INCLUDED BUT I WILL PUT A COMFY ONE ON**

Brand new parts are as follows:
Continental Touring tires and tubes.
Brake cables and Housing
Shift cables and housing
Bar tape
Origin 8 brake levers (really nice)
Kool Stop Salmon brake pads
MKS anodize blue BM7 pedals (JAPAN Quality)
MKS alumiplastic fenders.
Shimano cassette freewheel
Chain

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Originally Posted by jj1091
I hate these, "If you are serious and are familiar with the builder please make a reasonable offer and leave a name with phone number."

Yeah, well, if YOU were familiar with the builder then you'd KNOW what it's worth and list a reasonable price instead of fishing.
That particular seller has been flagged numerous times. Reports of extreme perversion, crude replies, etc. to potential buyers. The bike has been posted for at least 6 months.
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Old 12-04-18, 02:30 PM
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Not much to go by with this listing for this racey red Zullo of Italy. $170 + 80 ship

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F223224350179

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Not much to go by for this racey red Zullo of Italy. $170 + 80 ship

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F223224350179

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...764388027.html

Fuji Touring-Gravel Bike (Completely overhauled) 53cm - $350 (Weymouth/Braintree T station)


Wow that's nice.
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly


but this is 531, at least the main tubes, so a 6** or 7** at least?
I want it, but it’s
1) real far

but mostly 2) I’ve got all trek tourer I can handle right now!

But I DO want to ID it!
710 frameset built up, all 531. Avocet triple crank (by Ofmega).
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Old 12-04-18, 11:00 PM
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Originally Posted by thumpism
710 frameset built up, all 531. Avocet triple crank (by Ofmega).
“All the good deals don’t have to be my good deal
All the good deals don’t have to be my good deal
All the good deals don’t have to be my good deal”
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GT race

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https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/bi...765818358.html

Panasonic DX4000 58cm ,14 spd - $300 (Chelmsford)

Sweet Panasonic DX4000 road bike, 14 spd, 58cm frame, brand new Michelin performance in tires, brand new Oval saddle, sport lx derailleurs, biopace crank, clipless pedals, tange 2 tubing, lugged frame, exage hubs, very nice bike $300.00 cash pick up only call Larry or if texting please describe the bike you want
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Tall Sip Of Schwinn

Classic Schwinn 12 Speed Racer - $200 (Greensboro)








"bicycle type: other
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 27"
handlebar type: bullhorn
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
suspension: other/unknown
wheel size: 27 in
27" Classic Racing bike for a tall person. 12 speed In great condition. From and rear quick release wheels, bottle holder, Chromoly frame Bontrager Select K tires, foot straps with reflectors. Please see pictures."

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Couple of nice looking super courses. The Japanese one is especially nice. Both 59cm, both RED.

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...765004549.html
$230

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...749409791.html
^Japanese one. $200
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ANTIQUE 1920's SIDEWALK BICYCLE - $250 (Summerville)




"Here is a nice Childs Sidewalk Bicycle from the 1920's. Solid hard rubber tires. Made by Murray, Ohio. Older restoration, painted red, handlebars and pedal cranks painted silver. Nice saddle with springs."

https://charleston.craigslist.org/bi...747139630.html

(Whack me if you want. The posting is not "Wacky". The bike is not particularly "Wacky". It may be something someone is seeking?)
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Not exactly vintage but I just ordered these Dia-Compe 1245 stradle wire hangers from a guy in Japan.

DIA-COMPE 1245 Cable Bridge Silver - ebay

He has lots of Dia-Compe and MKS stuff for cheaper prices than I've been able to find in Europe or the US.
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Old 12-07-18, 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by JaccoW
Not exactly vintage but I just ordered these Dia-Compe 1245 stradle wire hangers from a guy in Japan.

DIA-COMPE 1245 Cable Bridge Silver - ebay

He has lots of Dia-Compe and MKS stuff for cheaper prices than I've been able to find in Europe or the US.
Purchased a couple of Nitto Crystal Fellow stems from that seller, good prices.
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TREK Alert

Nice bike!

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Old 12-07-18, 04:28 PM
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Bridgestone T700

https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/53120402

$125
Farmington Utah

"Lugged steel. Made by Bridgestone when Grant Peterson of Rivendell fame was designing the bikes.
This would be an XL frame, about 59 or 60 cm top tube and about a 61cm seat tube from center of BB to center of TT.
From center of BB to top of seat tube is about 63cm.
Steel frame with lugs. This would make a great touring bike or commuter.
It will need a tune up."



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Old 12-07-18, 04:35 PM
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87 Peugeot PSn10 $675 o.b.o. + bike flights
Nice original later era with Super Vitus 980 tubing

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F123384913069

This bike has been stored in a climate controlled room for at least 18 years. I do not believe it was ridden much, if any, prior to that. All parts are original, including Bar tape and brake pads. It shifts properly in a bike stand, i would recommend a tune up and new tires after purchase.


There are a few storage scuff marks but other than that it is in immaculate condition for being 31 years old.

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