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Old 11-09-19, 12:25 PM
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The NOS Trek 720 frameset could be a killer score for someone. Same with the Schwinn track bike. The original owner must've been a pretty small individual based on the sizes.


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Tomasso Italian Road Bike - $100 (Mount Pleasant)


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"Vintage 1990's Tomasso Road Bike. Approximately 61 cm, so this is for a taller rider in the range of about 5'11" to to 6'4". Columbus alloy frame. Shimano RX100 components. Very good quality....made in Italy and was over $1,000 new. Only saw about three years of occasional use...including a 100k race. Hasn't been ridden in over 15 years so plenty of dust, but should clean up nicely. Pedals were transferred to another bike, so you'll need to add those. Will likely need to replace the tires as well. I'm sure I have a couple of tubes that I can throw in. Great deal for someone looking to get into the world of road biking without spending a fortune on their first bike.

bicycle frame material: alloy
bicycle type: road
frame size: 62cm
wheel size: 700C"

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Gitane Project Road Bike 53cm - $25 (Vancouver, BC)

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/bnc...003143694.html

Nice vintage steel frame in need of work. The bike was repainted several years ago and is in need of a repaint. No dents or dings though. Front wheel ( Shimano 600 on wolber rim) is missing an axel. Rear wheel is damaged.




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Might that be super course in the freebie pile?
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/zip...016902506.html

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^^^^^^ That Trek 850 isn't exactly chopped liver, either. But yes, the red bike is a SuperCourse, barely legible when you blow up pic 2. The logo on the fork is the RAMPAR style "R".
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66
I like that one!
That's beautiful
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Miyata 1000 for $150 on Seattle CL size 53cm

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Specialized Sirrus 21 speed - $150 (Westborough)


Cleaned, detailed, waxed and tuned up. Needs nothing but a new rider. Currently set up with women’s saddle. Made in France reinforced Wolber GTX beaded wheels. 50 to 28 tooth crank. Custom butted Cr-Mo frame and Sakae custom anatomic handlebars. Sweet ride, excellent shape.
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Mercian Queen of Mercia 52.5 cm - $420 (Crown Heights)




Mercian King/Queen of Mercia.

52.5 cm TT / 50 cm ST / 0 cm HT

$420

Reynolds 531 Super Tourist. 130 mm rear end. clears 32 Panaracers pictured w/ heaps of daylight. Fender eyelets and fender mounts at fork crown and seat stays but chain stay not threaded for whatever reason.

Nitto bullmoose bars, 10 speed trigger shifting, Shimerbe Ulpro 105 drivetrain, Shimano medium reach brakes with pads down nice and cozy in the slot, Avid speed dial SL levers. Ritchey wheelset 9see below)

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1. This bike had a car rack incident and the derailleur hanger was pretty mangled. I bent it back and aligned it with the proper DAG tool. I checked the frame itself's alignment via the string method and it is within 1.0 mm of perfect. I rode the bike around today and it shifts well and no ghost shifting and tracks straight w/ no hands.

2. The wheelset I bought from someone here (thanks a lot) and never ended up using it. When I went to finally throw them on this bike to get it ready it became apparent that the rear rim has a crack in it and when braking there is a big bump that you feel.

3. In light of #2 , for the asking price I'll throw in a Shimano Ultegra 6500 to Open Pro CD rear wheel. And if you want it a Dura Ace 7400 to sorta matching unknown rim front wheel. You take them all and swap the tires.

4. Chain is a bit short and could do with replacing but works ok.

There are several scratches in the paint. No dents I noticed. The paint job is really ******g pretty.

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Give this bike to your new girlfriend/boyfriend. You will have 5 happy years together.

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Old 11-10-19, 07:40 PM
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Post needs more pictures; here's the only one.

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Fresh Coffee?

1972 Vintage Raleigh Super Course Men's Bike - $165 (Raleigh)


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"Good condition. Cosmetic condition consistent with its age, no dings or rust on frame or fork, coffee color. 27 wheels, 23.5 frame, 10-speed, center-pull brakes, made in Nottingham England, original parts except for seat & the usual parts that wear out. Seat upgraded to a Next. Cash only. See pics for add'l specs.
Reynolds 531 tubing, Weinmann 750 Vainqueur 999 brakes, Weinmann brake levers with Carlton covers, Simplex shifters, MM Atom quick release wide-flange hubs, Stronglight Crankset, 40-52T chainwheel & 14/28T sprocket, microshift front derailleur, Suntour Honor rear derailleur, alloy rims

bicycle frame material: alloy
bicycle type: road
condition: good
frame size: 23.5"
make / manufacturer: Raleigh
model name / number: Super Course
wheel size: 27 in"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...017694983.html

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Seller just pushed everyone watching an offer of $545 for this, not sure if it's interesting to anyone: https://www.ebay.com/itm/202818331453

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Originally Posted by francophile
Seller just pushed everyone watching an offer of $545 for this, not sure if it's interesting to anyone: https://www.ebay.com/itm/202818331453
If I wanted a track frame for that price range I would just buy a handbuilt NJS frame like this one from Japan: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Samson-NJS-...8AAOSw-hZcSVXc

The Japanese track frames like that Sampson are much finer in design, fabrication, and paintwork than that Curtlo.

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Old 11-11-19, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by TenGrainBread
If I wanted a track frame for that price range I would just buy an handbuilt NJS frame like this one from Japan: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Samson-NJS-...8AAOSw-hZcSVXc

The Japanese track frames are much finer in design, fabrication, and paintwork than that Curtlo.
Yeah, I know very little about track frames. I don't ride them so ... just passing along in case it's interesting to anyone.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Seller just pushed everyone watching an offer of $545 for this, not sure if it's interesting to anyone: https://www.ebay.com/itm/202818331453
Originally Posted by TenGrainBread
If I wanted a track frame for that price range I would just buy a handbuilt NJS frame like this one from Japan: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Samson-NJS-...8AAOSw-hZcSVXc

The Japanese track frames like that Sampson are much finer in design, fabrication, and paintwork than that Curtlo.
That paint (or at least those pictures) really aren't doing that frame any favors. Plus, if you're building a frame with fancy-ish lugs, why wouldn't you also take some time to file them down a little bit? Looks very chunky.

Also, those proportions are really screwing with me. It looks more proportioned like a 58-60cm frame, but I suppose with a super short top tube then the headtube would end up being longer than typical for that size frame.
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Originally Posted by abshipp
That paint (or at least those pictures) really aren't doing that frame any favors. Plus, if you're building a frame with fancy-ish lugs, why wouldn't you also take some time to file them down a little bit? Looks very chunky.

Also, those proportions are really screwing with me. It looks more proportioned like a 58-60cm frame, but I suppose with a super short top tube then the headtube would end up being longer than typical for that size frame.
I agree, the aesthetics of the construction and paint are quite off. All respect to Curtiss, who has been building nice bikes for a long time, but this one is one of those modern steel frames that looks retro from 50 feet away, but when you get up close it's more of an aesthetic knock-off.
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Eddy Merckx 57cm - $1000 (Lowell Ma.)


57cm Eddy Merckx corsa extra good condition 7spd need gone bargain price for this bike I need the room not riding anymore...its a beautiful classic rides perfect 7spd friction shifting on newer fulcrum wheels gets lots of attention the few times Ive taken it out for a ride ... no pedals
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Not quite old enough, or lugged enough, or steel enough, and has a replacement fork.... but super cheap.

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bi...018011391.html

63cm Bianchi Giro - $150 (Portsmouth)


Used bike but in good shape. Large frame for people over 6'. Shimano 105 components
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That's beautiful
Originally Posted by Mr. 66
I like that one!
If the hideously clashing yellow bar tape was changed out for something close to matching the saddle, I'd agree.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Not quite old enough, or lugged enough, or steel enough, and has a replacement fork.... but super cheap.

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bi...018011391.html

63cm Bianchi Giro - $150 (Portsmouth)


Used bike but in good shape. Large frame for people over 6'. Shimano 105 components

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Cheap enough that one could get themselves a good looking fork. Man, it's like manufacturers were trying to make unicrown forks ugly, or as ugly as possible. Forget cheap production methods, have some aesthetic dignity! 2nd place of the Egregious Award goes, of course, to that era-specific stem. Woof. Creates what I call the "mountain range" cockpit, wherein the stem points up, the bars (ramps/tops) angle down, and the shifters angle up again. Quill stem conversion with a modern stem in the "slammed" position, with compact profile bars, would literally have the shift levers at the same elevation. All the gains of "sure-ness" of a stiffer front end, as well as incredibly improved aesthetics. Lighter weight even (possible). But first, that fork.
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I saw this in February at $900 and posted here, it's down to $400 now. Wonder if it's a something with the bike, the market, the seller, or just odd circumstance? Some user-added parts on it that need replacing...

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/b...017314847.html
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Guess we or maybe just I were asleep at the switch.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-1983-AMERICAN-BUILT-DINUCCI-/153709894435?nma=true&si=3Cf4pV3ejQYGJySMSJuj%252BkaQ2BA%253D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksi d=p2047675.l2557

80's DiNucci

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And while we're at it, here's something you don't see everyday either.




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Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
Wonder if it's a something with the bike, the market, the seller, or just odd circumstance?
I'd say mostly it's the listing. The photos are its only saving grace. Seller drops the "c-word" (Campagnolo), which is disingenuous at best, and misleading at worst, as the photos indicate. For this much money (and especially for the original ask), the ad copy should contain the equivalent of a catalogue spec sheet. And he's not exactly instilling confidence by saying it'll "probably still run" with new tires/tubes. H3!!'s bells, Margaret, why not just INSTALL some tires/tubes and post a READY to ride bike?
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