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

Old 09-18-19, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by cqlink
Not sure if this is vintage but it's pretty darn clean

https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/b...981182831.html
Seems a bit large for me and I've never ridden the ST mid-80s frames, but I picked up an '85 or '86 SR500 a couple years back and absolutely love it. https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage-bicycles-whats-worth-appraisals/1108478-mid-ish-80s-cdale.html

I've still got this bike. Still haven't gotten bored with it. Would love to try one of the ST500 or ST600 bikes, but need a (ideally) 58-60. The one you linked is huuuuuge even for my shrinking 6' skeleton. But it's well-worth the price IMHO. If it provided me anywhere near the enjoyment I get out of my ST500, I'd pay upwards of $300-350 for it if it's in excellent shape.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...978887044.html

51cm. 1986 - Trek Elance 310 - road bike. - $280 (Boston / Sommerville / Cambridge)


51cm. 1986 Trek Elance 310 - 14 speed road bike. Very light, triple butted Ishiwata tubing . Indexed shimano shifting. Dia Compe brakes. very nice condition. good tires. This bike good for riders 5' 5"- 5'8" give or take an inch or so. Strong brakes. Smooth shifting. Completely road ready. Tuned up and good to go.
$280 delivered

You can test ride in Jamaica Plain 2 blocks from Green St Station on the orange line

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Cambridge Somerville Boston Allston Brighton Medford south end back bay waltham mission hill dorchester roxbury vintage road bike roadbike


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Like this?
If this is desirable it might already be gone. I already have a Trek, though this seems like it would fit me.
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Might As Well Buy the Lot for $800 - Paramount + More

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stumpjumper for $125. if I did not already have one....
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No kidding.
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I am still on the fence over that beautiful Bertoni, but spied this interesting Bianchi on FB market place. I like it a lot until I realized it is in the Metro Detroit are about a 5 to 6 hour round trip. It is a '92 Backstreet which is actually the top of the line hybrid for those years. The frame is listed as D.B. Tange tubing, the group seems to be Suntour/Diacompe FS-E with daul pivot brakes. It comes with 700x38 tires. I bet this would make a great gravel grinder. The MSRP must have been around $500-530ish , the current asking price is $150 and he says he wants it gone so maybe he will deal.

The bike behind it is probably an '89 Incline, full DB ChroMO (I think the same frame as the Grizzly) with Mountain LX but I don't see it listed on Marketplace.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...4802286973234/

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and not just any 700x38s, I think I see those fantastic Avocet CX tires.

Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I am still on the fence over that beautiful Bertoni, but spied this interesting Bianchi on FB market place. I like it a lot until I realized it is in the Metro Detroit are about a 5 to 6 hour round trip. It is a '92 Backstreet which is actually the top of the line hybrid for those years. The frame is listed as D.B. Tange tubing, the group seems to be Suntour/Diacompe FS-E with daul pivot brakes. It comes with 700x38 tires. I bet this would make a great gravel grinder. The MSRP must have been around $500-530ish , the current asking price is $150 and he says he wants it gone so maybe he will deal.

The bike behind it is probably an '89 Incline, full DB ChroMO (I think the same frame as the Grizzly) with Mountain LX but I don't see it listed on Marketplace.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...4802286973234/
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Failure Of The Will

Vintage late 50’s - early 60’s Triumph single speed bicycle - $375 (Charleston)






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Made in England

Triumph has a long history of producing motors cycles. After WWII, they went into the bicycle business...successfully. Raleigh manufactured Triumph bicycles after 1955.
This a Raleigh made model with a brazed lug frame, ‘Brooks’ leather saddle, and Sturmey - Archer rear hub. All period original with the exception of tires and kickstand. New -Kenda’ tires and a c. 1980’s cast aluminum kickstand.

It sits rather tall with a top frame rail height of 31.5”. The seat sits about 36” with post down.

Very good, original condition with great graphics. I was going to modify this with modern aluminum rims/hubs and different bars but have too many projects going. It’s a little dusty from sitting in the shop but ride ready and geared fast.

$375. Chris (843)697-0372

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: other
frame size: ?
wheel size: 24 in"

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Because It's Shiny

1972 Schwinn Chrome Paramount P-13 - $1400 (Charleston)






"This is special bike.

Full chrome.

Full Campagnolo.

All original.

Wonderful condition.

1972 Schwinn Paramount Racing model.

Serial #: L72 207 (207th frame in Nov. 1972)

In need of overhaul to be road ready. Priced accordingly.

24" frame.

PRICE: $1400

Located in West Ashley near Publix and Charlestowne Landing.

Text or email me if seriously interested."

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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I need a facilitator.
https://losangeles.craigslist.org/la...979483490.html

It looks to be a 57/58cm from the pics. I can facilitate.
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Wicked.


https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bi...983329479.html

Vintage 1984 FAT CHANCE - $500 (Acton)




Vintage 1984 Fat Chance, first generation bike hand built in Somerville, MA with low 2-digit serial number (4 digit if you include the year). Black steel frame with first gen balloon decals, lugged fork. (The bikes were all painted black back then unless you custom ordered one in a certain color). Nitto 23" racing bullmoose bars (as opposed to the standard 27"), Grab-On foam grips with rips, Magura brake levers with unripped boots, LaPrade BMX 22.2mm seatpost (RARE), Avocet saddle, Specialized headset, Shimano M700 XT Dearhead component group, SR AeroX 175mm crankset w/ Shimano pedals, 18-speed, Ukai 26x1.50 polished wheelset w/ Sansin hubs. Has its original bottom bracket aluminum collars (usually cracked). The frame does have plenty of patina from its time riding through the green mountains of Vermont, but no rust through, or dents or dings. It needs new cables to be rideable. In any event, if you are reading this then you know exactly what it is and how ridiculously hard it is to find a complete first generation Fat Chance. Please leave a name and number if interested.
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A Bit Rusty, Matrix, And Too Far And I've Too Many Bikes Dammit

Vintage PINARELLO CATENA LUSSO Italian Road Racing Bike w/ orig Tire P - $100 (Clemmons)










"I have for sale a vintage PINARELLO CATENA LUSSO Dia-Compe road racing bicycle . Made in Italy. Red white green and blue! Completely original except for the handlebar tape. Even has the original PINARELLO frame mounted air tire pump. Paint looks good but some of the decals are peeling. Has a little minor surface rust mainly on the fork. 60cm. Tires are shot but shifters and brakes work fine. Put some tires on it and ride it like it is or a little restoring could make this a super great bike!

$100

Can be seen in clemmons near the Walmart

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bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: 60cm
wheel size: 700C"

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Centurion Elite RS - $150 (Metro Delivery Available)




Mid 1980s higher end Centurion and built as an entry level racing geometry, 21 inch frame 31 inch stand over height lots of nice components including Shimano 600 and Biopace crankset, minor paint scrapes but no damage or dents, nice city ride for smaller rider, it never ceases to amaze me what you have to spend in a bike shop nowadays to get into a 105/Ultegra ride, this bike rides out just as nice and its about 10 percent or less of retail for an equivalently-equipped road bike, just get out there and ride, Todd 774-249-2198
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https://providence.craigslist.org/bi...972597003.html

61cm Schwinn Super Sport - Rebuilt - Beautiful - $375



61cm Schwinn Super Sport. Higher end Schwinn from the mid 80s. Columbus steel tubing. Indexed Shimano 600 shifting. Full Shimano 600 groupset.

The bike spent most of it’s life unused and attached to an indoor trainer.

The bike has been disassembled, cleaned, rebuilt, and tuned up. Rides like a peach!


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Holy mother on that Pinarello. Someone is getting a heck of a deal.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...981625643.html

Beautiful Do-Everything Rivendell Sam Hillborne, 62 cm - $1700 (Harvard Sq)


Take advantage of this great opportunity to own the only bike you'll want to ride. It's so much fun, stable yet nimble - the best and most versatile steel bike out there - designed by the one and only Grant Petersen from Rivendell in Walnut Creek, CA.

I'm selling my black and cream Sam Hillborne bicycle, originally built by Harris Cyclery in Newton. Full bikes like this go for $3,000 new.

This frame is too large for me so this could be your chance to own a beautiful randonneuring, commuting, bikepacking lugged steel country bike. I think this size is ideal for someone 6' or taller (PBH 91-96cm see more here https://www.rivbike.com/pages/pubic-...asure-your-pbh )

The bike has been well maintained and always stored in a garage. Overall, it's in excellent condition with some normal signs of wear.

It's built up with:

Wheels & Tires: Hand built by Rich Lesnik (Hands On Wheels), Shimano LX hubs, Velocity Synergy rims, 36 spoked with Panaracer Pasela PT 700x38

Fenders: Velo Orange Zeppelin 52mm

Handlebar: Soma Portola

Shifters: Silver shifters, friction bar-end

Nitto Stem 26.0

Brake Levers: TRP RRL Ergo

Brakes: Dia Compe

Crank : Sugino XD

New bottom bracket

Nitto seatpost

*saddle not included

The only thing you need is a saddle, pedals and new handlebar tape to customize it and make it truly yours.

From Rivendell:

It’s a country bike. That’s what we call it. But most people don’t know what that is exactly so to kowtow to categorization here we go: Road tourer. All-Road. Gravel Grinder.

It’s also nimble and more than able for fast fire-road rides with the right tires. There are plenty of tires to attire your Sam from gravel-grinding cross tires to light and zippy road slicks to bulletproof commuters.

Everything that makes it a great touring bike also makes it a great commuter, camper or all-rounder. The Sam is equally a great bike for a carrying food and camping gear and clothing around.

Sams are/have:

Tough steel frame
Comfortable seat
Handlebars within reach
Rack Mounts in the right place
Fender Mounts in the right place
Room for big tires
Wiggle room for those big tires
Room for the fenders

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Originally Posted by machinist42

Vintage PINARELLO CATENA LUSSO Italian Road Racing Bike w/ orig Tire P - $100 (Clemmons)

"I have for sale a vintage PINARELLO CATENA LUSSO Dia-Compe road racing bicycle . Made in Italy. Red white green and blue! Completely original except for the handlebar tape. Even has the original PINARELLO frame mounted air tire pump. Paint looks good but some of the decals are peeling. Has a little minor surface rust mainly on the fork. 60cm. Tires are shot but shifters and brakes work fine. Put some tires on it and ride it like it is or a little restoring could make this a super great bike!

$100

Can be seen in clemmons near the Walmart

Text preferred or call 336-341-3652
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bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: 60cm
wheel size: 700C"

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annnnd it's gone
Well at least I don't have to decide if I want to drive 6+ hours round trip for it now
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Deluge

Are all of you shopping for winter projects and just looking now? What's with the sudden deluge?
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Originally Posted by malcala622
https://losangeles.craigslist.org/la...979483490.html

It looks to be a 57/58cm from the pics. I can facilitate.
Thank You but that one is too small.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Thank You but that one is too small.
What size frame you ride?
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Speaking of tandems, as we are in another thread.

This is pretty cool, albeit mish-mash, still, a Lippy.

https://images.craigslist.org/00a0a_...3_1200x900.jpg

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...978464227.html
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Originally Posted by gomango
I'm sure someone can clue me into why this is vital/important, but I don't want to spend that much time on the web.


It's important precisely because I don't have that much time to spend on the web. I try to filter out the listings I can't afford.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...981520119.html

Small Holdsworth Special - $350 (Watertown)


Small Holdsworth Special in fine shape. 51cm ctc. Eclectic array of components. Shimano 600 cranks, Suntour Superbe Pro derailleur, Suntour Superbe brakes, Stronglight headset, Campagnolo shifters, ITM bars, Mavic G40 Wheels. Quite a rare bike.

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Boy, that's intriguing! I don't really want to travel to Watertown, and 51cm might be too small for me, but...
I didn't even know Stronglight made headsets!
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Some around here think Stronglight A9 needle bearing headsets are among the best ever...

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Boy, that's intriguing! I don't really want to travel to Watertown, and 51cm might be too small for me, but...
I didn't even know Stronglight made headsets!
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