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

Old 10-25-19, 06:55 AM
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Motobecane Tandem

No pics, but possibly interesting to someone?

https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/bi...006048882.html

"Motobecane Tandem w/TA Cranks - $160 (Hamilton OH)

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: tandem
frame size: medium, 54cm
make / manufacturer: Motobecane
model name / number: tandem
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 27 in

1970s Tandem Interclub model
includes Triple TA tandem crankset 54,49,32; Halfstep-granny gearing 170 crank arms
Mountain Bike Style handlebar, brake levers and thumb shifters

Steel Frame and Fork -silver Captain frame size 54 cm - standover height for Captain 32.5"
mixte frame style for stoker
Rear freewheel 14-32 5-speed
Brake calipers- front brake Mafac cantilever; rear Weinmann centerpull; also has drag
drum brake on rear controlled by Captain with stem shifter handle
Derailleurs. Suntour Cyclone front and Sutour Vx rear
Alum. Rims 1 1/4" 27"Schrader valve 27"x 1 1/4" tires-good shape
Has new brake and shifting housing and cables and new cloth bar tape"
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Old 10-25-19, 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by rando_couche
Ignore the braze-ons and it's a dead ringer for an early-70's PX10. I'd put money on that.
I'm definitely hung up on the braze-ons under the NDS chainstay dimple, DS chainstay stop, pump peg, cable guides and shift bosses.

I don't doubt the frame is a PX10, my thought was same as yours although I can't recall seeing one with the head/seat tube lugs and fancy Wagner crown fork.
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Old 10-25-19, 10:09 AM
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Norco / Fiori Tandem Bicycle (Aluminum) - $249 (berkeley)

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Vintage Trek 520 Touring Bike: New old stock - $800 (Whidbey Island)

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...006724144.html
The frame measures 59.5cm CTC seattube, 57cm CTC toptube.

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Old 10-25-19, 10:38 AM
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Shogun Kaze Time Trial Bike - $600

https://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/b...006567130.html
Shogun Kaze time trial road bike
Tange chromoly steel frame
700c rear wheel, 24 inch front (comes with extra 24 inch tires)
Uni Stealth disc rear wheel ferring
Campagnolo aero water bottle RARE!
Drillium drilled chainrings
Shimano 600 drivetrain and brakes
Pedals are Nest Titanium axle, magnesium body ultralight pedals

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Originally Posted by jamesdak
I payed $300 for my 87 circuit frame so to me that is a deal.
I hear you. $300 is fair for a complete bike, you did well. I just think $150 is a bit steep for a frame and fork sitting on unsoled shoes with a seat and bare cockpit.

Your average person won't have a cohesive BB/crankset/derailleurs, then with brake calipers and levers, cables and housings, tubes and tires and they'd be in it for $300+ on parts just to get it riding, not including labor.

$150 is fair if you're looking at it from a "parts I've got here" perspective, namely the wheels and frame if sold separately. But it's a little easier to think $120 price tag is a bit more realistic for buyer and seller even being 1 rung from the top of the model ladder.
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Old 10-25-19, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by francophile
I hear you. $300 is fair for a complete bike, you did well. I just think $150 is a bit steep for a frame and fork sitting on unsoled shoes with a seat and bare cockpit.

Your average person won't have a cohesive BB/crankset/derailleurs, then with brake calipers and levers, cables and housings, tubes and tires and they'd be in it for $300+ on parts just to get it riding, not including labor.

$150 is fair if you're looking at it from a "parts I've got here" perspective, namely the wheels and frame if sold separately. But it's a little easier to think $120 price tag is a bit more realistic for buyer and seller even being 1 rung from the top of the model ladder.
I guess I look at it differently. Where are you going to get a well made SL tubed steel frameset today for $150? The other stuff is just icing on the cake to me.
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1st build of 91 Paramount frame Shimano 1055 Dura-Ace build to follow

I dunno, I paid $300 for a used 91 Paramount frame, so $150 for a Circuit frame in decent shape seems worth it to me, but I enjoy building up bikes. I prefer to start with just a frame, If I get the whole bike I tend to toss, or donate the components anyway.
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Old 10-25-19, 06:13 PM
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Paging bianchigirl...$40 + NYC facilitation...

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/b...006746986.html


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Old 10-25-19, 06:16 PM
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1974 Sutton - $150

I've never seen this brand before - internet search didn't show much. It certainly is shiny with some interesting components on it - for example, Dura Ace centerpull brakes and possibly a Shimano "Lark' RD.

Check it out:https://watertown.craigslist.org/bik...006311747.html

Does anybody know this bike?










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Old 10-25-19, 06:36 PM
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2009 Trek 520 - $250

Looks/sounds like it needs a little work, but it was originally spec'd with some Dura Ace and Deore - and if you get all the racks/bags/misc. shown $250 sounds pretty good.

9 speed touring triple 48/36/26 if orig. - even has a bash guard for the RD

Cro-Mo - looks like the 54cm model - 'Metallic Root Beer'!

Needs a BB - comes with extra tires, chain, and cassette.

Gotta love that saddle!

Plenty of pictures at:
https://buffalo.craigslist.org/bik/d...006742293.html




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Old 10-25-19, 07:40 PM
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Nice looking World Voyageur for $150 in the general L.A. area. This ad appears to have been up for a couple of months.

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...971524547.html

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Old 10-26-19, 07:33 AM
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1973 Deluxe Paramount

https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/bi...006829844.html




"This is a Schwinn Paramount P15-9 from 1973 in blue. Very close to original, except rims are replacement (laced to original hubs). Gulf livery colors (or FC Cincinnati!) with the saddle, tape and wires. Original saddle was long gone. I'm hoping this can go to someone who can make use of and appreciate this beautiful vintage bike! I did the restoration but it just sits in storage and I feel like that's a waste of a bike.

Specs:
-Original paint
-Touring triple
-15-speed wide range 31-to-104 derailleur gears
-Reynolds 531 double-butted tubing
-27lb
-Campagnolo hubs, crank arms, dropouts, shifters, seatpost, etc

Restoration Process:
-Took apart just about every bolt and bearing on the bike and rebuilt. Cleaned parts with ultrasonic bath. Added frame saver. Put back together and tuned up.
-Rims were goners. Original hubs re-laced to new Sunlite rims by local bike shop. Still 27"
-Waterslide decals were badly damaged and replaced
-Paint is original and overall good condition. There are some scuffs. Waxed frame for protection.
-Replaced chain, brake pads, brake hoods, cables, etc."
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Old 10-26-19, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by AeroGut
https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/bi...006829844.html




"This is a Schwinn Paramount P15-9 from 1973 in blue. Very close to original, except rims are replacement (laced to original hubs). Gulf livery colors (or FC Cincinnati!) with the saddle, tape and wires. Original saddle was long gone. I'm hoping this can go to someone who can make use of and appreciate this beautiful vintage bike! I did the restoration but it just sits in storage and I feel like that's a waste of a bike.

Specs:
-Original paint
-Touring triple
-15-speed wide range 31-to-104 derailleur gears
-Reynolds 531 double-butted tubing
-27lb
-Campagnolo hubs, crank arms, dropouts, shifters, seatpost, etc

Restoration Process:
-Took apart just about every bolt and bearing on the bike and rebuilt. Cleaned parts with ultrasonic bath. Added frame saver. Put back together and tuned up.
-Rims were goners. Original hubs re-laced to new Sunlite rims by local bike shop. Still 27"
-Waterslide decals were badly damaged and replaced
-Paint is original and overall good condition. There are some scuffs. Waxed frame for protection.
-Replaced chain, brake pads, brake hoods, cables, etc."
Is it worth $1000? Is it a museum bike? Nope! Paint on the top tube is messed up. Can anyone explain the marks on the hubs?
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Oh man that Fuji...and that Centurion...
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Super Course MkII


Not sure if this has been posted here before (it's been up on CL for 2 months). Raleigh Super Course MkII, 55cm. Looks decent, still got its Brooks. Claimed ready to ride as is (with airing up, I'd say). Price is right at $125.
https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...975968491.html
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Old 10-26-19, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
Nice looking World Voyageur for $150 in the general L.A. area. This ad appears to have been up for a couple of months.

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/...971524547.html
This bike is advertised as having Dura Ace equipment, but an internet search shows Dura Ace didn't appear until 1973? Does anybody have any solid information on this?
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Originally Posted by Ballenxj
This bike is advertised as having Dura Ace equipment, but an internet search shows Dura Ace didn't appear until 1973? Does anybody have any solid information on this?
I have a '72 WV with a Crane RD and Titlist FD, precursors to DuraAce from what I know. Only the crank is labeled DuraAce. Transition year I guess.
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Raleigh Super Course MkII DL 100 - $40 (Clemmons)




"We are the original owners of this vintage road bike purchased in the mid 1970s. It has been serviced regularly and used lightly. Made in England, specifications include a Reynolds aluminum frame, quick release wide-flange alloy hubs, Wienmann center pull brakes with quick release lever, a Huret Challenger 10-speed gear with adjustment for close or wide ration gears and the original Brooks B-17 saddle, all still in very good condition. Price is $40 or best offer.

bicycle frame material: aluminum
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: 20.5 inch frame
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Raleigh
model name / number: Super Course MkII
suspension: frame and fork (full suspension)
wheel size: 27 in"

https://winstonsalem.craigslist.org/...007671439.html
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On Facebook marketplace.
Not near me... Lancaster pa. Miyata 1200 for $40.😲
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On Facebook marketplace.
Not near me... Lancaster pa. Miyata 1200 for $40.😲
oh man i need a facilitator!
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Originally Posted by ramones71
oh man i need a facilitator!
It doesnt even fit and I was trying to work out how I could get there and back with it on my motorcycle from here in Virginia.
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Originally Posted by Cl904
It doesnt even fit and I was trying to work out how I could get there and back with it on my motorcycle from here in Virginia.
Sidecar?
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Old school DA... https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...007839873.html

Vintage Road Bike w/ Full Dura-Ace-- - $275 (oakland hills / mills)

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Originally Posted by Cl904
It doesnt even fit and I was trying to work out how I could get there and back with it on my motorcycle from here in Virginia.
Wheels off, pedals off, wrap chain, bars tied off at 45, lash it all to a full back pack and ride on.
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