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Old 11-15-19, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by NoControl
I'm speechless. I've done this very procedure to a few old English 3-speed frames, but I would never have done it to a Derosa. Such a travesty.
On a positive note, it probably slowed down whatever oxidation was already starting and preserved the decals for future reference. It doesn't look like the remaining original paint would have been worth saving, so a trip to the sandblaster was probably in order. Also, given the description, it looks like the seller got just a bare frame and hung parts on it to make it rideable. It doesn't seem like he hacked anything off the frame, so it can almost certainly be restored.
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This is seriously tempting...

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https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...020609186.html

ITALIAN MADE ROAD BIKE... SPECIAL EDITION... EXCELLENT (ATTELBORO)


Here is a great road bike for the serious cyclist. This bike was made in Italy and assembled with the finest components.

The BOTTECCHIA AMERICA’S 500 was made for one year only. Celebrating Columbus 500 anniversary of discovering America. The lightweight frame measures 17 inches with a 27 inch stand over height. For riders around 5’4” and up.

Bike has Shimano 600 components, which were the top of the line and are still sought after. Rims are aluminum, Mistral brand with slim 700x23 tires. Quick detach levers (pic 10) for easy transport in even if the smallest of vehicles.

Supportive, adjustable saddle will provide an extreme comfort ride. Bike shifts thru the 16 speeds effortlessly and smoothly. Brakes grab hard. Aluminum competition pedals provide comfort both with sneakers, as well as cycling shoes.

A quality choice to be appreciated by the serious, dedicated cyclist.

A GREAT HOLIDAY PRESENT �� FOR YOURSELF OR SOMEONE ON YOUR LIST!

Can meet at a mutual meeting place for a test ride.

$ 250...
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Old 11-15-19, 01:56 PM
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Trek Road bike - $100 (Lexington)

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1981 Trek classic road bike, 12 speed, very good condition
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Old 11-15-19, 01:58 PM
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'86 Ironman

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200.00 asking price
It's my size but I'm trying to N-1 not n+
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
I love that they named a frame after St. Christopher, patron saint of travelers!
St. Christopher was demoted decades ago. Some of us call him Mr. Christopher.

That bike could actually have been named after a municipality, which itself was probably named after the saint.
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Old 11-15-19, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by thumpism
St. Christopher was demoted decades ago. Some of us call him Mr. Christopher.

That bike could actually have been named after a municipality, which itself was probably named after the saint.
Only because he was too "blue collar". The church felt his popularity outpaced some more important church figures. The carrier of heavy loads...
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Old 11-15-19, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by NoControl
I'm speechless. I've done this very procedure to a few old English 3-speed frames, but I would never have done it to a Derosa. Such a travesty.
Looks like a Benotto 3000 to me, not a true De Rosa. Still...
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
I'm seriously digging the spear of paint over chrome. Very unique and very cool.
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Old 11-15-19, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by horatio
Looks like a Benotto 3000 to me, not a true De Rosa. Still...
I'm of the mindset if a car is built to Ferrari specs with Ferrari-sourced parts and a Ferrari employee builds it, maybe even in the Ferrari factory, but you slap Toyota emblems on it, it's hardly a Toyota.

I don't know where the consensus came down on this, but it's been discussed a lot of times in various places including BF: Benotto - derosa link ??

It's been rumured Ugo De Rosa built the team Benotto bikes and had a hand in the Benotto 3000 frames with diamond-shaped stays. This looks similar to the one I've got in my shop right now, although I didn't get a good look at the stays on it.

We see it other times, like, isn't there a Cinelli-built Centurion?
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Old 11-15-19, 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by francophile
I'm of the mindset if a car is built to Ferrari specs with Ferrari-sourced parts and a Ferrari employee builds it, maybe even in the Ferrari factory, but you slap Toyota emblems on it, it's hardly a Toyota.

I don't know where the consensus came down on this, but it's been discussed a lot of times in various places including BF: Benotto - derosa link ??

It's been rumured Ugo De Rosa built the team Benotto bikes and had a hand in the Benotto 3000 frames with diamond-shaped stays. This looks similar to the one I've got in my shop right now, although I didn't get a good look at the stays on it.

We see it other times, like, isn't there a Cinelli-built Centurion?
Donít know much about Benotto, but Iíve heard that story about the team bikes. Iím sure Iíve read somewhere that Cinelli sold a lot of BB shells, lugs etc. to other builders. Something similar here, perhaps?
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Originally Posted by machinist42

Benotto DeRosa rat bike - $550


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"Benotto DeRosa bicycle rat roadbike. Condition is Used. Local pickup only.
DeRosa heart in bottom bracket
Looks rough, works great. Bought this frame and fork, cleared coated with two part automotve paint.
Then built up with Campagnolo derailleurs, front is the the "matchbox" , rear model is unknown. Campy friction down tube shifters
Cranks are Torelli engraved.
Universal Super 68 calipers with Balilla levers.
Comes with vintage water bottle cage and a Silca Impero frame pump.
Weinmann concave 700 rims ans Atom hubs
No dents or cracks. Some stress marks at front lugs. But those are under alot of old bikes paint.
Im 230lbs. and trust it fully.
Any questions please ask.

Seat tube c+c 58.5
Too tube c+c 56

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bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: 58.5
wheel size: 700C"

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Originally Posted by jeirvine
I'm seriously digging the spear of paint over chrome. Very unique and very cool.
Yeah...Iím in love with this bike. Ambitious pricing without decals, but itís a very cool velo.
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Old 11-15-19, 08:33 PM
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Takara Deluxe goodness!!

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What is this? I've never seen a "womens" Centurion with a non-parallel top tube.
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I wouldn't touch that with 99 and 1/2 foot pole!
Fifty Shades of Gross!
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...020609186.html

ITALIAN MADE ROAD BIKE... SPECIAL EDITION... EXCELLENT (ATTELBORO)


Here is a great road bike for the serious cyclist. This bike was made in Italy and assembled with the finest components.

The BOTTECCHIA AMERICAíS 500 was made for one year only. Celebrating Columbus 500 anniversary of discovering America. The lightweight frame measures 17 inches with a 27 inch stand over height. For riders around 5í4Ē and up.

Bike has Shimano 600 components, which were the top of the line and are still sought after. Rims are aluminum, Mistral brand with slim 700x23 tires. Quick detach levers (pic 10) for easy transport in even if the smallest of vehicles.

Supportive, adjustable saddle will provide an extreme comfort ride. Bike shifts thru the 16 speeds effortlessly and smoothly. Brakes grab hard. Aluminum competition pedals provide comfort both with sneakers, as well as cycling shoes.

A quality choice to be appreciated by the serious, dedicated cyclist.

A GREAT HOLIDAY PRESENT �� FOR YOURSELF OR SOMEONE ON YOUR LIST!

Can meet at a mutual meeting place for a test ride.

Interesting bike, though I can't tell from the pictures if it's my size; might be too small.

I like Shimano 600, but it was never the top of the line, was it?
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1986 Gios

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Asking $480 Canadian (about $370USD) but I expect will talk.

Seller won't drive to Toronto so will have only local interest and may not get a lot of interest.

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Frame: 51/53cm seat/top tube c-to-c. Standover height = 30.5". Handmade in Italy. Lugged Columbus SLX tubing. Cinelli bottom bracket shell. Braze-ons for 2 bottle cages. Some paint nicks, mainly on top tube. No dents. "Compact" refers to the chainrings being 50/39T. The bike weighs slightly less than 20 lbs.

Excellent wheels 700c: Front: Campagnolo Record hub w/QR, Mavic GP 4 tubular rim, 28 double-butted 3x lacing DT Swiss spokes, ** no tire,

Rear: Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 Uniglide freehub w/QR and 6 speed (13-15-17-19-21-24T) cassette, Mavic Open Pro clincher rim, 32 3x lacing DT Swiss spokes, Panasonic Catalyst 25mm tire,

Wheels are clean, true, and straight, no scratches, no dents, no tarnish, with decals in new condition.

Components: Shimano Dura-Ace: bottom bracket (Italian thread), rear wheel hub and cassette, Shimano 600 (Tricolor): brakes/levers, cranks (170mm), chainrings, shifters, rear derailleur, Shimano 105: front derailleur, old style pedals w/ toe clips & straps (not shown in photos), Campagnolo: aero stem (100mm reach), aero seatpost, front wheel hub, Mavic: 26.0mm racing bend handlebars, rims, SRAM: PC-870 chain

Saddle: Specialized Toupe RBX 143mm (scuffs only, no tears) Saddlebag: Blackburn Zayante (medium size, w/QR, expandable, like new, see my other listing for details).

Clean and in excellent condition. Well maintained. Stored indoors when not in use. No winter use. Lots of mileage to go. ** $480 w/ saddle and bag, $440 without. **Cannot deliver to Toronto. Please contact by email or call (preferably after 6pm) and ask for David.





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Originally Posted by TriBiker19
What is this? I've never seen a "womens" Centurion with a non-parallel top tube.
Looks similar, but better than
this one
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Definitely not Aluminum, Ishiwata perhaps

Originally Posted by seypat
https://roanoke.craigslist.org/bik/d...011424479.html

Trek Road bike - $100 (Lexington)

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frame size: 61cm (24 in)
make / manufacturer: Trek
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1981 Trek classic road bike, 12 speed, very good condition
I owned a very similar bike to this that had Ishiwata 022 tubing - Wish I hadn't sold it - near immaculate condition... story of my life
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^^^^ Yeah, that looks like an 022 sticker on the seat tube. That's the kind of bike that, advertised correctly, could fetch $200, but the seller create a posting appropriate to a $50 bike. He'll be lucky to get what he's asking.
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Seller is aggressively trying to sell this John Howard frame and fork built by Dave Moultan. Just pushed an offer out to his watchers for $75. Add in $30 for shipping. Seems like a good deal. Doubt it'll last long.

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56cm Gios Torino

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Originally Posted by ceelonium
I owned a very similar bike to this that had Ishiwata 022 tubing - Wish I hadn't sold it - near immaculate condition... story of my life
I actually have an 82' Trek 412 with that tubing. It's a good bike, especially for one that was on the bottom of their pecking order.
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