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Old 05-21-20, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
$200 Shed full of vintage bikes and parts
https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/b...127996622.html
Ad mentions a '75 Paramount and a '75 Le Champion.
I'm :drool: over the Irondude, and the '80s Trek (and the Guerciotti, and the Miyata, and the Cilo, and.....)

There's a Sears Spyder (or some other dept store brand) with a minty looking banana seat and a stick shifter.
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Wee little (but not Terry-style) smoked IM Master in ride condition, overpriced but nicely listed:

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...128264722.html

1989 Centurion Iron Man Master - $450 (Madison)



Waitaminit -- shouldn't a Master have 600?
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Hey, I posted that mb-2!


It really is nice, but I just bought a high end vintage MTB, so n+1 for one seems irresponsible. Nice to see a relatively reasonable price on a Bridgestone, though!
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https://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/b...128283666.html

Anyone able to identify this? I don't know my Peugeot or Simplex, unfortunately

57cm Peugeot Road Bike - $225 (Kent I-5 and 272nd)





bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: 57
wheel size: 27 in
I have Peugeot for sale, it works great and is fully functioning. The bike is made in France, has mafac brakes, simplex rear derailleur and shimano 400 front derailleur. The brake levers are shimano 600. The only thing the bike will need is front tire. The bike has 27inch wheels, both of which are quick release. The bike has newer cables, seat, and handle bar tape.
The bike is ready for a new owner and adventures. Lmk if you have any questions.

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Originally Posted by sheddle
Anyone able to identify this? I don't know my Peugeot or Simplex, unfortunately.
Looks like a uo10 to me,
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Old 05-22-20, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by phtomita
1986 Bridgestone MB-2 19 Inch Medium - $280 (N Seattle)
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...128246379.html
Holy wheelbase, Batman!
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Holy wheelbase, Batman!
That'd be a nice bike for touring on dirt/gravel logging/mining roads.

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Maruishi Professional in PDX

Expensive, but OMG this looks nice!

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Beautiful, other than the tough attempt at touch-up that doesn't quite pass the five foot rule...

Originally Posted by Insidious C.
Expensive, but OMG this looks nice!

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Raleigh Professional 58cm - $180 (Harbor City)



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...128510341.html

I like the recent trend toward selling framesets by themselves on higher end models. I hate paying extra for wheels and crappy components I know I will never use.
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985

Raleigh Professional 58cm - $180 (Harbor City)



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...128510341.html

I like the recent trend toward selling framesets by themselves on higher end models. I hate paying extra for wheels and crappy components I know I will never use.
I wholeheartedly concur.

Yeah, someone needs to jump on this. Pros dont come around every day, especially @ $180
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Originally Posted by J.Higgins
I wholeheartedly concur.

Yeah, someone needs to jump on this. Pros dont come around every day, especially @ $180
If I weren't trying to downsize I'd already have been wailing for a facilitator. It looks a bit bigger than 58cm - it looks great.
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Originally Posted by PilotFishBob
If I weren't trying to downsize I'd already have been wailing for a facilitator. It looks a bit bigger than 58cm - it looks great.
Same here, Bob. If I didnt already have two Pros waiting on the restoration list, I'd be all over this myself. The chrome looks good too.
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Originally Posted by J.Higgins
Same here, Bob. If I didnt already have two Pros waiting on the restoration list, I'd be all over this myself. The chrome looks good too.
We're in the same boat - I have two Internationals in the pipe so my Raleigh quotient is covered. I've moved 4 bikes in about 2 weeks here - but still more to go before I'm even approaching anything resembling sanity. But ya know - lust.
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Originally Posted by Insidious C.
$425 seems like a great deal in this bat wing plague bike boom, especially in portland.
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~reasonably priced Stumpy alert~

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...128870273.html

Specialized Stumpjumper Comp - $250 (Columbia City)




Great 19" mountain bike in very good shape. Perfect for someone 5'8" - 6'0". One of the best old school mountain bikes ever made. Full steel frame, all original XT components including hubs, derailleurs, rapid fire shifters. Mavic rear wheel, Specialized front wheel, front and rear cogs have a lot of life left in them. Been down many trails and many roads and still ready to go. Selling it because I'm old and don't go trail riding anymore, and this bike deserves to be ridden.
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Speaking of reasonable, this seems good for a 531 (I think) frame and a Cyclone group...

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...128860374.html

Steel Raleigh Gran Sport - $160 (Capital Hill)



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Sparkly Medici Pro south of Portland, OR for $600



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Cyclone rear derailleur only, I think. Weinmann or DC brakes with DC levers, Nervar crank, SunTour shifters, etc.
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Speaking of reasonable, this seems good for a 531 (I think) frame and a Cyclone group...

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...128860374.html

Steel Raleigh Gran Sport - $160 (Capital Hill)



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Hmm, is it part of the COVID-19 relief package, they've suspended the Stumpy tax? (Still kinda steep for this neck o'the woods)

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...127430214.html

1994 18" Specialized Stumpjumper Cleaned Tuned Ready to Ride Deore XT - $250 (verona)

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I've even seen a few Colnago Supers for under a grand. Dogs and cats playing together, etc.

The Bridgestone Tax will be eternal, though.
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Good price!

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Originally Posted by Lemond1985

Raleigh Professional 58cm - $180 (Harbor City)



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...128510341.html

I like the recent trend toward selling framesets by themselves on higher end models. I hate paying extra for wheels and crappy components I know I will never use.
Is it just camera angle or too little coffee to early but - is that fork right for that frame? Steerer seems too long for that HT. At least it's not too short.
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