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Old 02-11-20, 06:37 AM
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Full Reynolds Competition GS for cheap.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...073157547.html

Raleigh Vintage 1979 Bike - $150 (Bon Air)




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
condition: good
frame size: 26.5
make / manufacturer: Raleigh
wheel size: 700C
Reynolds 531 tubing.

Made in England.

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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly View Post
WOW.
I'm thinking seriously about this. I've been really curious about seeing what a modern (factory equipped with brifters, straight fork, etc,) would be like. And you guys know about my touring bike addiction. 😳
I'm addicted to touring bikes as well, so I know how you feel. If I didnt just strap myself buying a Morizumi SCT machine, I'd be driving back to NH with this bike right now. Someone interested in touring should snatch this. Everything included is quality kit, and its worth 2.5x the asking price.
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A $75.00 Rudge path racer! Located in the Garden State

Ooooo good thing it's a bit small for me!!!
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Originally Posted by J.Higgins View Post
I'm addicted to touring bikes as well, so I know how you feel. If I didnt just strap myself buying a Morizumi SCT machine, I'd be driving back to NH with this bike right now. Someone interested in touring should snatch this. Everything included is quality kit, and its worth 2.5x the asking price.
I talked to him a bit via face book, and it turns out it’s the “jumbo” sized frame. 63/64 cm is just too tall for me. Someone’s going to get a niece setup though. I’m pretty sure that’s a brooks B-17 on there, that’s a hundred-sh dollar value alone.
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly View Post
...my touring bike addiction. 😳
Isn't that the truth. I've owned two Schwinn Passages. Sold both of them because they weren't really what I was looking for and I hated dealing with the 27" -> 700c canti brake fussing.

But then every time I see a skinny tube bike with half-step plus granny and cantilevers I get all hot and bothered.

I've been able to resist pretty well ever since I got my 716 set up the way I want it though.

Speaking of touring bikes, I want this one for the RD alone:

Nishiki Riviera GT with LePree triple pulley RD - $200

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Old 02-11-20, 08:01 AM
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^^^^^^^ Link?
https://newjersey.craigslist.org/bik...054716064.html
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...BTW, did y'all notice the logo pantograph on the fork crown. Depicts the non-drive side; gasp, what would @T-Mar say?
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Old 02-11-20, 08:45 AM
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Jamaica Plain, MA


$2,7001982 Cinelli Supercorsa 26.2 mm seatpost. 54.5 cm seat tube. Period correct Campagnolo Record crank, derailleurs, bottom bracket, wheel hubs, headset, pedals with titanium shaft. Mavic G40 rims, Modolo Speedy Brakes and levers. Dura-ace seat tube. Cinelli Volare SLX saddle, cinelli bars and stem. In pretty great shape needs a minor cable adjustment. Some scratches looks like a minor road rash. I’m the second owner. Less

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CLASSIC SCHWINN CIRCUIT MADE IN CHICAGO USA IN MINT CONDITION UNDER 25 MILES
Haverhill, MA · 3 days ago







$799PRODUCT DETAILS Year....1987 1988 Make....Schwinn Model....Circuit Type.... Road Racing, Road,Triathlon, Marathon, Touring Origin... Made in Chicago USA Size ... 59cm 60cm Gender....Gender Friendly ........................................ COMPONENT GROUP SANTE SANTE Brake calipers and brake levers SANTE Rabbit ear design down tube shifters Cinellin drop alloy Handlebars Cinelli alloy Stem BRAND NEW Cinelli Handlebar tape Saddle DESIRABLE San Marco ROLLS 27.2mm SANTE alloy Seat post ......................................... WHEELSET Rims .... 700C Wobler aluminum alloy Hubs..... Sante alloy Tires.... 700 x 23c IRC (original) in excellent condition NOT DRY This bicycle was purchased brand new by the former original owner back in 1987-1988 and was ridden briefly for under 25 miles in total! Despite the upgraded saddle and new bar tape the bike is all original NO DENTS NO RUST NO SCRATCHES NO ACCIDENTS ! bike is totally mint truly must see to believe...simular models like these are demanding nearly $1500.00 on Ebay and they aren't nearly as pristine as this one Less

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Old 02-11-20, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Clang View Post

Centurion Ironman - $95 (Arcadia, CA)


https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sg...070454146.html

Would have been nice if they had a least had drive side images of those bikes.

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Old 02-11-20, 09:08 AM
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Daaang @Rocket-Sauce I think you just posted two of the cleanest bikes this thread has seen in a long while!
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1998 Eddie Merckx Corsa 01 54cm

It's $300. Caveat: stuck stem. Who's going to be brave?

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Same seller as the Merck above... A nice looking Gazelle:

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2444868109510/

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Old 02-11-20, 09:39 AM
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It's $300. Caveat: stuck stem. Who's going to be brave?

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...1492168422572/

If I was local, I would try to negotiate and go for it.
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Old 02-11-20, 10:00 AM
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Non-Aegis becomes Aegis again

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Has a TSC on the downtube... Taisheng high-tech materials Co.,Ltd
That's scratches in the paint, that ain't decals... No TSC anywhere, nor do they show similar models, that I could find.
The bike was bought in 2014 by the prior owner in Portsmouth, ME... not far from the home of Aegis. The current surface of the bike is not the original, but repainted, done many years ago with lots of scratches.

(You had my old eyes convinced, 'til I saw it in person, it's definitely a repainted frame, with a rather thick coating.)
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Would have been nice if they had a least had drive side images of those bikes.

Cheers
I like derailleur closeups to see how the bike is equipped.
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Too bad the "Like" button works only once. That "WTF / must-keep-mind-from-blowing" look on young Caine's face is priceless.
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Isn't that the truth. I've owned two Schwinn Passages. Sold both of them because they weren't really what I was looking for and I hated dealing with the 27" -> 700c canti brake fussing.

But then every time I see a skinny tube bike with half-step plus granny and cantilevers I get all hot and bothered.
Yes. I think that living in first Chicago, and now New York, I'm buying up all the vintage touring and hiking gear I can lay my hands on as a way of continually preparing for a long bike tour and or camping trip.

I miss the trees, y'all!!!
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76 View Post
That's scratches in the paint, that ain't decals... No TSC anywhere, nor do they show similar models, that I could find.
The bike was bought in 2014 by the prior owner in Portsmouth, ME... not far from the home of Aegis. The current surface of the bike is not the original, but repainted, done many years ago with lots of scratches.

(You had my old eyes convinced, 'til I saw it in person, it's definitely a repainted frame, with a rather thick coating.)
Cheers Eric
Zoom has failed me, lol. Keep us updated.
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Zoom has failed me, lol. Keep us updated.
No worries, I would have been happy either way, and so couldn't be disappointed. Besides, at that level, it's a best guess, at best.
I'm searching threads for paint removal on carbon frames now.
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No worries, I would have been happy either way, and so couldn't be disappointed. Besides, at that level, it's a best guess, at best.
I'm searching threads for paint removal on carbon frames now.
ID the paint as best as you can. Vinegar will remove acrylic, high percentage isopropyl will remove latex, and acetone will pull up enamel on top of an unscuffed clear coat, without harming the clear too much. Strong isopropyl will also work on spray enamel, but the results are poor compared to acetone. If it's an epoxy paintjob, I'm afraid I can't help much there. AFAIK, that's entirely paint stripper or mechanical removal type deal.
Acetone in normal practice won't harm carbon epoxy.
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Ooooo good thing it's a bit small for me!!!
I don't think you should let that stop you.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
ID the paint as best as you can. Vinegar will remove acrylic, high percentage isopropyl will remove latex, and acetone will pull up enamel on top of an unscuffed clear coat, without harming the clear too much. Strong isopropyl will also work on spray enamel, but the results are poor compared to acetone. If it's an epoxy paintjob, I'm afraid I can't help much there. AFAIK, that's entirely paint stripper or mechanical removal type deal.
Acetone in normal practice won't harm carbon epoxy.
IDK paint type... Car paint? Rattlecan Enamel? No clearcoat is all I can tell. It's slightly metallic, laid down well, but a little rough, as if nozzle was too far away, or coat was a bit too thin, like not "wet" enough.

Is acetone spilled a little at a time on a rag, then rubbed like mad on the frame considered "normal practice"???

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Any up for a dare? Hehe
Never heard of the brand though looks interesting. Phone number on headbadge.

currently $55 + 65 shipping USD

https://www.ebay.fr/itm/274251381738I sell this PELLIOUS END 80 'frame.
mounting all original campagnolo. was full campa equiped.
seat tube / seat post 27.2 mm
probably in colombus tube
all threads to Italian standard / italian threading everywere

just ok aesthetic state,
in short, a new paint would be ideal.

size 55.5x55.5

fork weight: 720 g
frame weight: 2000 g

all details visible on photos.



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Link is introuvable. Try https://www.ebay.fr/itm/274251381738
Or, for the francophobic - https://www.ebay.com/itm/274251381738

And among the "hey look over here" links - https://www.ebay.com/itm/193330224701 - No intel on this, just that the frame is a WTF

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