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

Old 01-14-19, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by markwesti
Faggin $ 375 , good deal ?
https://offerup.com/item/detail/610854327/

Sure, looks like a good deal to me if its as clean and good condition as it looks. I bought a really similar one recently, but in much poorer condition. This is probably a mid 1980's model. Could be Columbus SL tubing (check for a 27.2 seat post). It appears that mixed components including Suntour were common on these bikes. Mine was a mixed of Suntour, Mavic, Huret and Gipiemme.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Junk. The top tube is bent. The whole front end is bent toward the down tube.
It came like that! Check the catalog, and keep your comments to yourself!

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Originally Posted by Paintking
Sure, looks like a good deal to me if its as clean and good condition as it looks. I bought a really similar one recently, but in much poorer condition. This is probably a mid 1980's model. Could be Columbus SL tubing (check for a 27.2 seat post). It appears that mixed components including Suntour were common on these bikes. Mine was a mixed of Suntour, Mavic, Huret and Gipiemme.
Faggin is fairly highly regarded in Italy. They still produce frames and do custom work.
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Originally Posted by machinist42

Lantis road bike vintage - $180 (Se Raleigh)





"Lantis ultimate road bike 🚴*♀️ Call John 919-798-4166 no texting if I don't answer leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...787851478.html

(An interesting example from a relatively unknown marquee. A bit overpriced, but whatever? There was a BF thread on a lesser example a while back.)
Ah, you bet me to it, see my post below. Its been reduced to $100. And its a "Landis", not "Lantis", not that I can find out anything about "Landis" brand either.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
It came like that! Check the catalog, and keep your comments to yourself!

Thanks! I was hoping someone would point out the irony.

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Schwinn tempo 53 cm road bike - $200 (renton)

It says posted 24 days ago.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...778077919.html
Schwinn tempo 53 cm road bike
shimano 600 , ultegra .. 10 speeds
Everythinks works perfectly .
come by and ride it any time . thanks for looking

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Originally Posted by crank_addict
Vintage Schwinn Paramount. Winter project??
$250
Indy (Fishers, IN)

https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...774166740.html
As mentioned not a "P"....I would buy Paramount decals on bay for 18 and buy a better bike to put them on. same, same, still not a Paramount but many dolars less.
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
Vintage Schwinn Paramount. Winter project??
$250
Indy (Fishers, IN)

https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/...774166740.html
tempting if its real.
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1985 Panasonic Team roadbike - $220
1985 Panasonic "Team" roadbike.
53 cm /21 inch frame.30 inch stand over height.Tange 2 alloy steel tubing.700x25c Araya aluminum wheels.Sugino crankset.12 speed.Shimano derailleurs & levers.
Has some dings and blemishes and will need tuning and tires.



Fuji Espree - $100 (North Seattle)
1983 Fuji road bike in very good condition, approximately 21" frame (32" standover height). 12-speed drivetrain with down tube shifters. Suntour ARX derailleurs, Shimano quick-release brakes, padded handlebars as shown. A few scratches here and there over the past 40 years, but no rust or major damage - has been kept indoors and well cared for. Color is "metallic burgundy" as listed in the catalogue. Original specs available here: https://www.classicfuji.com/1983_17_E...Mixte_Page.htm
Ready to ride! I am near Green Lake - come and check it out.
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Originally Posted by phtomita
1983 Fuji road bike in very good condition,.... A few scratches here and there over the past 40 years,...
Cool, time machine; seller owned it for 4-5 years before it was built....
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https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...795720104.html

CIOCC Road Bike 58cm - $1100








CIOCC Road Bike
Measures out to about a 58cm top tube/seat tube

Gorgeous Italian CrMo Steel lugged frame w/ timeless details and design you'd expect from a CIOCC!

Campagnolo Mirage Drivetrain and Brakes; Everything is in working order. Rear Shifter paddle is missing a spring so it has a rubber band holding it in place but the shifter works.
Elite Water Bottle Cages
Spinergy Carbon Wheelset
Thomson Seatpost
Speedplay pedals

Fresh bar tape and tune!
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CIOCC another great deal on the east coast I am glad it is not my size and I live in L.A. where bikes are expensive, I already have too many waiting in line for build up.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...795720104.html

CIOCC Road Bike 58cm - $1100








CIOCC Road Bike
Measures out to about a 58cm top tube/seat tube

Gorgeous Italian CrMo Steel lugged frame w/ timeless details and design you'd expect from a CIOCC!

Campagnolo Mirage Drivetrain and Brakes; Everything is in working order. Rear Shifter paddle is missing a spring so it has a rubber band holding it in place but the shifter works.
Elite Water Bottle Cages
Spinergy Carbon Wheelset
Thomson Seatpost
Speedplay pedals

Fresh bar tape and tune!

I wonder how much I could get for all the parts?
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I wonder how much I could get for all the parts?
More than you could for the complete bike...unless you rebrand it as being in a famous cycling movie like Breaking Away .
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7-11 Team Huffy, Serotta build, former pro bike

I wouldn't be posting if it were my size.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/7-11-Team-H...item2f29f3e576
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
More than you could for the complete bike...unless you rebrand it as being in a famous cycling movie like Breaking Away .
Best, Ben

I was thinking maybe Wizard or Trek.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll



I was thinking maybe Wizard or Trek.
That will do too!
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
I wouldn't be posting if it were my size.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/7-11-Team-H...item2f29f3e576
damn that is very cool

and my size.... does anyone have experience with that bar end shifter?
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I wonder how much I could get for all the parts?
Don't know it would be worth it if you couldn't sell the wheels; those Rev-Xs had a reputation for failing...

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Originally Posted by jlaw
I hadn't noticed this one before - I have the same bike and it is a keeper - a classic touring bike that was only made for a few years - 22.5 inch frame - Reynolds 531 frame

This bike has the original components with the exception of the Cane Creek rubber hoods and maybe the stem.

Looks like very low miles - with original brake pads and nice paint.

Helicomatic rear hub and freewheel

If you have ever wanted one of these this is an excellent example at a fair price. He may be flexible on price - been on CL for about a month assuming it's still available.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/...757587611.html
He might be a little flexible. For he is me. Also, keep in mind, those reflectors are original .
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Originally Posted by antmaster5000
damn that is very cool

and my size.... does anyone have experience with that bar end shifter?
Absolutely correct!

You will once you scoop it up, cool bike, special setup, team bike, etc, etc.

Get it on man, full speed ahead, make it so.
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Originally Posted by vintagerando
He might be a little flexible. For he is me. Also, keep in mind, those reflectors are original .


Ha! Good thing my comments were positive!

Beautiful example of a vintage 620 - are you the original owner? If I hadn't already bought one in good condition last fall (same size, same year) I would seriously consider yours.

I did a down-to-the-frame clean-up on mine - kept it mostly original - and just got it roadworthy yesterday - went for a short ride. I put a 7 speed freewheel on it - not sure I like the half-step gearing or the friction shifters - am contemplating new 700c wheels with a 10 speed cassette and indexed bar cons. I need to ride it more to decide.

How did you get the fenders (especially the front) to fit with the limited tire-to-fork-crown clearance?
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Not sure if fits here, but for $30 bucks.... DB Topanga and a Murray (from the picks)

2 Bikes - $30 (Redmond)
https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/b...796222070.html

Two bikes; they are both taken apart (so we could move them here from Florida). One man's bike, one woman's bike. Will post pictures. They both work, but probably need tune-ups.
Redmond, Education Hill. $30 cash.



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Originally Posted by antmaster5000
damn that is very cool

and my size.... does anyone have experience with that bar end shifter?
That is like an original Gripshifter. I had one back in the day but never fooled with it enough to make it work. I think I had the shipmano version but only had Suntour FWs. A few guys I used to see on the Sundays and Tues training Crit had them and liked it, you didn't have to leave the drops to shift. Shimano Total Integration killed it off and it ended up on lowend ATBs and hybrids.
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