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Old 04-02-19, 06:01 AM
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
Auction ended last night at 6:09 pm. She's mine for the princely sum of $276.

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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
OK, but not a penny more than $4000. I thought that second top tube was a frame pump!
It is a "frame pump"; it pumps up the price of the frame.
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Originally Posted by johnnyace
Auction ended last night at 6:09 pm. She's mine for the princely sum of $276.

Awesome deal! I'm very jealous!
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Nice job @johnnyace. Gonna rebuild it?
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Originally Posted by TenGrainBread
Nice job @johnnyace. Gonna rebuild it?
No, not my size. Gonna clean it up and flip it.
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https://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/b...852581446.html


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Originally Posted by johnnyace
No, not my size. Gonna clean it up and flip it.
Looks like my size. How much would you want for it?
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
One of the best ads I've seen. I went to the link and clicked on the "Best of Craigslist" button.
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These make for a super gravel / all around 700c road drop conversion. Ultra plush with optional lockout. Though the unique sized Cannondale stem in short reach are rather tricky to find, should one do a conversion.

$250

https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/b...854594550.html

Cannondale Silk Path 400 Adult Men's Hybrid Bike 700C Hand Made in USA - $250(Northlake)


Cannondale Silk Path 400 Adult Men's Hybrid Bike 700C Wheels 24 Speed. Like new condition All original.Ready to go.Don't need nothing Just seat and ride it.High quality bike Hand Made and build in USA......
Got myself a brand new one in great deal so will let this one go Its in my garage and always take good care.Need room now.This will be a great deal to someone who want to buy high quality bike for less in excellent condition......
MSRP new $945 ...

Comfortable fit for mid and mid-tall size person.

About this bike:

Fully Shimano equipped
CAAD 2 Aluminum design 20" Super light frame.
700C Hybrid aluminum wheels
24 Speed
Pedals: Wellgo LU-955A
Seat post: Aluminum, suspension
Handlebar: Steel hi-rise
Comfortable cushion soft seat
Handlebar: Steel hi-rise
Handlebar Stem: CODA HeadShok Front Loader
Headset: Cannondale oversize CODA HeadShok
Side mirror
Kickstand.
Bottle handle.....

Asking price $275

Location of pick up Northlake 60164.

To purchase this bike give me a call or text at 7o8 515 2985.Alex

I WONT respond to Emails ..... So please text or call....

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https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...856055964.html
Owned a smaller version of this. Another Sebastopol bike. Awesome ride.
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Bridgestone RB1 Road Bike 1989 - $400 (n/w Fresno)

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Roma Lass Of Nantes

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ca. 1975, Huret honeycombs, BOCAMA Professional long point R1, "Racing Team" chainstay transfer.

we need to hear from Chas @verktyg



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...851979487.html

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There's a few interesting things on KC CL right now:

'86 Voyageur with an out-of-place crankset and turkey levers: https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bi...856007001.html


'90 Fuji Tahoe (all-black componentry, like an Ace or a Black Lightning): https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bi...849547317.html


Schwiinn 564: https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bi...855968667.html
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Schwinn Sports Tourer. On the one hand it's a FB classic, and with a 3-piece not 1-piece crank... but on the other hand it's in pieces... but on the gripping hand it's $50

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855714608.html

Here's a Super Sport from that one year it was a 15-speed touring bike. Original racks!

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...843540375.html

Repainted mystery bike with Nervex lugs and random build

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855781079.html
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Originally Posted by curbtender
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...856055964.html
Owned a smaller version of this. Another Sebastopol bike. Awesome ride.
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Looks like a Japanese Professional model with 022 tubing that someone rebuilt with Campi bits, at least the brakes.
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Gitani !!!

Originally Posted by juvela
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ca. 1975, Huret honeycombs, BOCAMA Professional long point R1, "Racing Team" chainstay transfer.

we need to hear from Chas @verktyg



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...851979487.html

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GITANI !!!




Spot on on the year. It's a 1975 Interclub. Why? The nutted BB spindle was for a Sugino Maxi or cheap Nervar 3 arm cast (melt forged) crank.



1974-75 head tube sticker in yellow or green.



1976 head tube sticker in yellow or green



From 1974-76 all just about all Gitanes had "Racing Team" stickers on the chain stays. Just like the foil sticker era bikes had "Custom Made" stickers on the seat tubes!



In 1976 there were a few Interclubs that came with 3 main tubes Reynolds frames but that's a different story.

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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Looks like my size. How much would you want for it?
This is definitely a for-profit venture; I flip bikes as a side income. Look for it on ebay soon. I will either start bidding at $500, or ask $975 buy-it-now, not sure yet.
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty
Schwinn Sports Tourer. On the one hand it's a FB classic, and with a 3-piece not 1-piece crank... but on the other hand it's in pieces... but on the gripping hand it's $50

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855714608.html

Here's a Super Sport from that one year it was a 15-speed touring bike. Original racks!

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...843540375.html

Repainted mystery bike with Nervex lugs and random build

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855781079.html
Are you kidding me? A "Motie" reference? I love that book, and Pournelle and Niven are awesome authors. made my day. if this means something else... well NEVERMIND, i am just too nerdy for my own good!
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty
Schwinn Sports Tourer. On the one hand it's a FB classic, and with a 3-piece not 1-piece crank... but on the other hand it's in pieces... but on the gripping hand it's $50

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855714608.html

Here's a Super Sport from that one year it was a 15-speed touring bike. Original racks!

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...843540375.html

Repainted mystery bike with Nervex lugs and random build

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...855781079.html
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Originally Posted by verktyg
GITANI !!!




Spot on on the year. It's a 1975 Interclub. Why? The nutted BB spindle was for a Sugino Maxi or cheap Nervar 3 arm cast (melt forged) crank.



1974-75 head tube sticker in yellow or green.



1976 head tube sticker in yellow or green



From 1974-76 all just about all Gitanes had "Racing Team" stickers on the chain stays. Just like the foil sticker era bikes had "Custom Made" stickers on the seat tubes!



In 1976 there were a few Interclubs that came with 3 main tubes Reynolds frames but that's a different story.

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Thanks so much Chas!

Was thinking it might be a latter day Inter; only have hands on experience of the boomer ones.

Greatly appreciated.

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Originally Posted by juvela
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ca. 1975, Huret honeycombs, BOCAMA Professional long point R1, "Racing Team" chainstay transfer.

we need to hear from Chas @verktyg



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...851979487.html

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Interesting aftermarket chain tensioner.....
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Interesting aftermarket chain tensioner.....
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
I have 3 decent frames right now (a Bianchi, a Trek, and a Tange 1 Nishiki) that I'm ready to drop off at GW, just because I hate selling stuff so much. I'd give them away here, but I don't want to deal with shipping. Sometimes GW is the easiest option.
They are going to throw them in the dumpster. They don't put stuff out that is "partial',
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Old 04-03-19, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie
They are going to throw them in the dumpster. They don't put stuff out that is "partial',
Right, please don't give them away. Maybe people here can help out- what size are the frames?

I hate selling too, but I just remind myself that if I sell it I can turn around and put the money into what I do need! But, yes, frames are really a pain compared to components. Dealing with fleabay is the worst too.
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I have a 54 cm road bike frame and two smallish hybrid frames. You guys are all on the east coast, and I am in CA. I have no problem with throwing them out, and any thrift store I donate them to, I will make sure they won't get tossed prior to handing them over. I was just using GW as an example. I know from personal experience that they are the most evil of all the thrift store chains, in their business practices. I have never, and will never donate anything to that place, I know better. I do buy stuff from them sometimes though.
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