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

Old 01-05-19, 05:31 PM
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Don't know what a fair price is for this thing, but I have the Columbus tubed version in the 950 and it's such a great rider. These are really sharp looking frames too.
I'm tempted to buy it, even though I have the 950. It's probably a sickness.

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SCHWINN SUPER SPORT - $100 (Charlotte)








"Hello I have a mint condition Schwinn super sport for sale, All of the gears function properly..Tires are flat at the moment.. price is NeG,

bicycle type: road
frame size: 54cm
wheel size: 25 in"

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik...787785131.html


(More like a 64 cm.)
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Don't know what a fair price is for this thing, but I have the Columbus tubed version in the 950 and it's such a great rider. These are really sharp looking frames too.
I'm tempted to buy it, even though I have the 950. It's probably a sickness.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Tre...53.m1438.l2649
Thank goodness that isn't smaller. Actually I'd REALLY be into an early Columbus Trek. Know of any?
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Originally Posted by shoota
Thank goodness that isn't smaller. Actually I'd REALLY be into an early Columbus Trek. Know of any?
I wish I did. Really like to try out a TX900. Aren't many of the Columbus tubed Treks around, unfortunately.
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I wish I did. Really like to try out a TX900. Aren't many of the Columbus tubed Treks around, unfortunately.
I know
And when you do find them they're like five feet tall. wtf
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1987 Schwinn Cimarron Mountain Bike, 21" frame, $100 -- in the Fort Collins CO area @ CraigsList
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I may have to check this out.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...788031128.html

Huge bicycle warehouse sale! - $1 (711 Hospital Street Unit 11)







bicycle type: road
frame size: small, medium, large
wheel size: 700C
30+ vintage bikes and modern hybrids and mountain bikes.

Tons of used parts and various mid-century modern furniture.

Bose pedestal speakers.

1997 Subaru Outback wagon 5-speed 90,000 miles.

Hundreds of vintage cycling posters.

Vintage clothing.

Large lot of Daisy BB and pellet guns.

Two Dura Ace 7400 group sets. Serotta Track bikes.

Much more! Sunday January 6th. 12-4 pm or by appointment.

The more you buy the more you save!

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Whoa..... that makes me feel better about the 7 bikes in my basement..... clearly I have room for a few more....
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Depends. How big is your basement?
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Another damn duplicate.

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Originally Posted by thumpism
I may have to check this out.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...788031128.htmlHuge bicycle warehouse sale! - $1 (711 Hospital Street Unit 11)







bicycle type: road
frame size: small, medium, large
wheel size: 700C
30+ vintage bikes and modern hybrids and mountain bikes.

Tons of used parts and various mid-century modern furniture.

Bose pedestal speakers.

1997 Subaru Outback wagon 5-speed 90,000 miles.

Hundreds of vintage cycling posters.

Vintage clothing.

Large lot of Daisy BB and pellet guns.

Two Dura Ace 7400 group sets. Serotta Track bikes.

Much more! Sunday January 6th. 12-4 pm or by appointment.

The more you buy the more you save!

Call or text AJ show contact info
If someone goes, could they check out the Huffy/Serotta track bike in the photo? I would be interested in that bike if my size. Don't know if the CL seller will ship though.
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Originally Posted by thumpism

That Huffy/7-11/Serotta track bike on the wall!

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If someone goes, could they check out the Huffy/Serotta track bike in the photo? I would be interested in that bike if my size. Don't know if the CL seller will ship though.
His contact info is in the ad. I did not pay much attention to the bikes; not my size. LOTS of stuff, and me trying to get rid of things. I went with two dollars in my pocket and came home with the same amount.
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Originally Posted by thumpism
His contact info is in the ad. I did not pay much attention to the bikes; not my size. LOTS of stuff, and me trying to get rid of things. I went with two dollars in my pocket and came home with the same amount.
I just emailed him for info. I live in Cville and cant make it today. What kind of sizes and prices? The huffy looks 54 ish to me. Hoping for 56. Im also interested in that stand its mounted on.

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Coolio.


https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bi...788017292.html

Teledyne Titan - 61 cm New Old Stock frame - $1100 (Salem)







This is a 1973 Teledyne Titan. This is the first Titanium road bike ever produced. It is a rare bike because only 2000 were produced over 40 years ago - I'm sure many have disappeared over the years. Back in the 70s this was the bike to have and was used by pro riders. The frame is new old stock - never ridden! All of the Campagnolo Record components came off another Titan frame that I have (23 in/58 cm) which is a little small for me (email me if interested in this frame). Wheels appear original - matching araya rims - great condition - both true.

The frame and all components are in excellent condition - it also comes with some spare parts - Original pedals with clips plus shimano 105 pedals - like new. Cool drilled out original seatpost, plus lighter Thompson Elite seatpost pictured. Spare 1970s drilled out shifters. New old stock brake hoods - never installed.

Bike has new Michelin tires and tubes and new cables.

I'm 6' 2" and it is a great fit. I imagine it would work for someone 6' to 6' 4". It is also a very nice example for a collector.

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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...787844507.html

Alan 10 Speed Bicycle 56,57,58,59 cm Bike - $200 (Boston)






We have this wonderful vintage bike which is not getting enough use so decided to pass it along to someone who would. I believe it is between 55-59cm. Come take a look or a ride around the block!
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Lotus $67
Has some Shimano 600 (RD and FD) 500 brakes. Levers look to be junk, frame doesn't look bad
Glenside PA just out of Philadelphia

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Jupiter King - Marktplaats.nl 61cm frame 2x6-speed bicycle


This is a bike with hexagonal frame tubes. Looks to be in pretty good condition.

More pics here
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You got the vibe? Another cycling gadget.

But of course, add some weight to your lightweight!

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...787844507.html

Alan 10 Speed Bicycle 56,57,58,59 cm Bike - $200 (Boston)






We have this wonderful vintage bike which is not getting enough use so decided to pass it along to someone who would. I believe it is between 55-59cm. Come take a look or a ride around the block!
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I really kind of want this. An Alan Cyclocross frame for $200? that is a deal
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I really kind of want this. An Alan Cyclocross frame for $200? that is a deal
Me too..why all of the nice bikes in Boston?
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Me too..why all of the nice bikes in Boston?
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Colleges with rich foreign students, a lot of high-paying jobs, and some bicycling infrastructure.
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Okay, I went back to the open house and took a fiver with me (a fin, a five dollar bill; not $500) and bought an alloy 3-speed handlebar (upgrading my Raleigh Sports). Just to let you all know, the place did not resemble this photograph and I arrived shortly after the noon opening. Just a few things hanging on the wall and much of the real candy had already been sold, possibly days or weeks ago. I never saw the Serotta track that has everyone drooling. He claimed it had been Andy Hampsten's bike but aside from my general skepticism I'd have thought Andy rode a taller frame. Anyway, there was still a lot of crap lying around, some of it very interesting. Got some pix of the quaint.

A few nice old velos de ville in 650B.


Mercier


Peugeot


Carlton frameset


Cycles de France. This is really quaint with Simplex chainstay-mounted rear derailleur and dual-cable shifter


24x1 (520mm) front wheel, used on many Terry bikes, some Bianchis and others.


The real gem, a Sturmey FIXED GEAR 3-speed laced to an ancient Weinmann tubular rim.


No prices were marked so you could only guess, but my bars were the best deal in the room. Good luck to anyone who calls about something.

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Three Treks in Muncie IN. An 1000 $200, 1400 $200 and a nice looking 520 with Reynolds for $400 all OBO. The 520 looks to have seen very little use judging how dark the sidewalls on the rims are https://muncie.craigslist.org/bik/d/...772247780.html



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A Genius tubed Bianchi for $400? Yep right in Indianapolis 55cm, very clean. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...7299088430641/

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