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Old 10-22-19, 11:04 AM
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Super nice frame that is nicely updated (but needs a black stem... )

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...003987609.html

Bianchi Limited SL Argentin w/ full Campy Record Titanium - ‘neoretro’ - $1500 (East Cambridge)


Hi there, selling my ‘Neo-retro’ build of full Campagnolo Record 10spd on a 1988 Bianchi Limited SL Argentin frame w Zipp 303s.

Built this spring, rode 300 mi this summer.

The perfect bike- top end lugged steel frame with new campy record titanium groupset and zipp 303s means this is the perfect combo of speed, stiffness, weight, comfort, class and style. Been racing bikes for many years and have all types, this has been by FAR my my favorite.

Only selling bc it’s a bit too small (note big seat / bar drop) and I’m moving abroad.

Frame: 1988 frame, from a used-twice-and-hung-up garage get in California. Columbus SL tubing (stiffest tubing) In the rare argentin (black and Celeste) colorway. 55cm

Please note this is not the specialissima x-4 Argentin frame, but trofeo style Limited SL in the Argentin colorway- super rare.

Frame condition is 10/10 with Like new stiff steel, plumb and unblemished. Coated interior with framesaver.
Paint job is a 6/10 with some chips and spidering. Some chipped areas were treated with naval jelly then sealed with Celeste varnish.

Built with NOS campy Record titanium 10 spd groupset. 172.5mm Ultratorque Carbon cranks on ceramic BB, KCNC ceramic pulley. gorgeous rare 3TTT 130mm quill stem, Repacked Miche headset (only holdover from original build). 44cm Salsa alloy ‘shortnshallow’ semi compact /ergo bars

Zipp 303 tubulars (true, sound) glued up with with a new veloflex arenberg front/ Vittoria corsa EVo sc 50% tread) rear. Running Stans sealant in both, never any issues (this is a killer setup I run on all my bikes btw- highly recommended - best of tubular w/out issues of flats). Swissstop king carbon pads. Can bomb down mt wachussett in the rain and stop on a dime.

I can throw in a spare NOS 10spd record chain, a second Veloce cassette and some alloy wheels if you’d like.

Let me know if you’d like more info/ to check it out.

Happy riding!

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Old 10-22-19, 11:12 AM
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...003695823.html

Vintage 1986 Bianchi, 12 speed, 53cm, excellent condition - $265 (Willimantic CT)




Excellent condition vintage Italian bike 1986 Bianchi Brava, new tires, ready to ride, nothing needed. Rides amazing.

Frame & Fork: Columbus steel
Group set: Suntour sprint( made in Japan)
Brakes: Modolo(made in Italy)
Wheel set: Ambrosio 19 extra elite(made in Italy)
Handlebar: ITM(made in Italy), new bar tapes.
Saddle: Bontrager(new)

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Old 10-22-19, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Are those after market suicide/turkey levers?
Hard to tell. Seller would have to drop out of warp speed before taking the photo next time....
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Old 10-22-19, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by francophile
Super Tempting! I've never ridden a Davidson, but my FIL had a bike built by him back in the 80s. Was one of his first "real" bikes and he swears it was incredible. Left it in his car at a condo in Miami overnight, valet'd the car and when he returned the next day, no bike. Was surprised insurance actually paid him a sizeable lump for it, at least 30% more than what he paid.

Sadly(?!), just scored an A-D Olympian, bringing me back to N +5 for the 4th time this year, it should be here tomorrow. I've got three bikes listed on CL right now for sale, two bites on one of them. If I can get one ore more sold you'll have a PM in your inbox. But at that price, I'll be surprised if the Davidson is still around 48 hours from now.
You need this bike. IIRC, these were built with Tange Prestige, and Bill & Co know their stuff! And of course that is an AMAZING price!
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Long Island Vintage MTBers:

This 95 Kona Explosif has been sitting for weeks. I asked him if he'd bring to Grand Central but he declined; I'm not going out there since I already have a 95 Hot.

Oddly, the sticker does say Aluminum, but its a not-too-common Columbus MAX frame. Ti bars and Logic brakes make it a great deal at 150

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^^^^^ Seller should have a close-up of the awesome Kona "one pill makes you larger..." headbadge.
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531 pro series?

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Old 10-22-19, 01:39 PM
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Burying The Lede

2 bikes for sale - $50 (Glen Allen)




"Race bike - Lemond and a mountain bike Cambridge -Roadmaster shimano gears

bicycle frame material: aluminum
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: 56 cm
handlebar type: other/unknown
make / manufacturer: Lemond
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 26 in"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...004819951.html

(That's right! Buy the cool Roadmaster and the seller will toss in the LeMond Nevada City 853 (main tubed) for free. Hell, donate the LeMond, which may or may not be 56 cm, to me?)
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C-Record 2nd Gen RD for $50, OBO:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Campagnolo-...e/223716976296

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Old 10-22-19, 05:06 PM
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Here's a Del Rosa
https://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/b...004502588.html
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
He saw the Reynolds sticker and thinks it's the model. Sounds like a flipper if he can't even tell a Reynolds sticker from the model.
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Old 10-22-19, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by 2cam16
He saw the Reynolds sticker and thinks it's the model. Sounds like a flipper if he can't even tell a Reynolds sticker from the model.
I suppose "Goodwill" is a "flipper"?

The original post is informative in that I was unaware Goodwill's auctions had expanded into NC. Nowhere near me of course, but this red, hence fast, bike is in Charlotte, which is in North Carolina. If I wasn't so laughably past any semblance of a reasonable N+1, I'd be considering it as it is in my size range.

(Thank you [MENTION=380471]FBOATSB[/MENTION] )

<sigh emoji> I don't have a red bike. I am so slow.
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Old 10-22-19, 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by WGB
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Waitaminit... braze-ons?

I saw that too and now I'm wondering. Didn't the Varsity's have band ons??



A Paramount in disguise???
More vintage than usual, this one is older than we normally see, this one is a 60's I think, they were built more along the lines of the better models that preceded them.

Maybe the real experts will come along and straighten us out.
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Raleigh Super Course - 80 bucks, Reynolds, Capella Lugs, 31" stand over

https://nh.craigslist.org/bik/d/manc...003210241.html

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Originally Posted by machinist42
I suppose "Goodwill" is a "flipper"?

The original post is informative in that I was unaware Goodwill's auctions had expanded into NC. Nowhere near me of course, but this red, hence fast, bike is in Charlotte, which is in North Carolina. If I wasn't so laughably past any semblance of a reasonable N+1, I'd be considering it as it is in my size range.

(Thank you [MENTION=380471]FBOATSB[/MENTION] )

<sigh emoji> I don't have a red bike. I am so slow.
Ooops...didn't even read the info.
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Old 10-23-19, 04:42 AM
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It's a 1988

Originally Posted by Zestiquant
Anyone know about this Miyata 1200? First I've heard of Shimano Sante. Look clean though, $400 CAD seems like a good price.

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/van...000503410.html

I have a Twelve Hundred. Great frame. Tha Sante group was around for just two years. It sat above Ultegra and below Dura Ace. Very precise shifting, good brakes. The Wolber Alpina wheels are very good. On my group rides I roll faster on it at 160 pounds than the bigger guys on their CF wheelsets. I have nothing bad to say about the bike or the group. Some don't like the biopace rings, but they don't bother me. $200 is a good price, and it looks to be in good shape.
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This is not a bad deal for someone looking for a touring bike. I'd buy it myself if I didn't have so many bikes already.

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...002072876.html

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$750 BIN price for a fairly nice looking Colnago, '78 or '79 maybe? Shocked this didn't sell overnight, maybe I'm missing something (definitely isn't a Colnero). $75 shipping is really fair.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/254397369899









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Not sure anyone is looking for this in particular: but it is an interesting direction to take your race bike.. easily rectified and you have a nice colnago! I like the black boots for the brakes.. that is cool.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...005321578.html

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Originally Posted by jetboy
Not sure anyone is looking for this in particular: but it is an interesting direction to take your race bike.. easily rectified and you have a nice colnago! I like the black boots for the brakes.. that is cool.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...005321578.html

Those are Weinmann's version of Campy Delta's.
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Originally Posted by jetboy
Not sure anyone is looking for this in particular: but it is an interesting direction to take your race bike.. easily rectified and you have a nice colnago! I like the black boots for the brakes.. that is cool.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...005321578.html

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Old 10-23-19, 11:26 AM
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Originally Posted by merziac
Those are Weinmann's version of Campy Delta's.
do they work better? heh. sorry I know the deltas can work fine but one does hear the stories. in some ways the boots are terribly ugly but with slightly better brake line runs they really do fit the bike.
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Nice deal on a minty Lemond Nevada City, $300. I like the color scheme a lot, that gray looks almost like bare metal would look.

https://monterey.craigslist.org/bik/...003423204.html

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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
Nice deal on a minty Lemond Nevada City, $300. I like the color scheme a lot, that gray looks almost like bare metal would look.

https://monterey.craigslist.org/bik/...003423204.html

Anyone that can facilitate, including shipping, on this bike. Let me know and we can work out the dollars.
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speaking of lemonds- I like the looks of this vintage cf -
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...002359959.html



no drive side...
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