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Motobecane - Single speed - $100

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A mystery that could be worth investigating.
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60 cm = Mid 80 racing bicycle handmade in California, has lugged steel frame, no name and no further information. has eyelets for fenders but not racks. Its missing one housing guide on top tube. Very early Chris King threaded head set. Campagnolo down tube shifters. "Suntour Superbe" 6 speed components. Campagnolo hubs laced into mis-matched Mavic rims. Cinlli stem and bars. Look pedals. If interested call (seven 6-0-8 15 four 4 o 1)
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it takes an eccentric adapter so you can make it a fixie if you want. Not sure why they didnít just use horizontal dropouts.
Getting your disc rotor lined up again after reinstalling a wheel is a pain with horizontal dropouts
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1996 Terry Classic

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Vintage 1990s Bike designed for Women - $400 (Cincinnati)

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
delivery available
electric assist: none
frame size: 51 CM
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Georgena Terry
model name / number: Classic
serial number: S85B5501
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C
Legendary Georgena Terry Bicycles were designed specifically for a woman's anatomy, particularly for women 5'4" and shorter. This Bike is a Georgena Terry Classic from 1996. Because of Terry's unique Frame Geometry for women this bike has a 700CC rear wheel and a smaller 24" front wheel. The frame is made from double butted light weight Alloy Steel tubing that is joined together with lugs. The bike has maintenance free sealed bearing hubs, a triple ring Shimano Biopace Crank (28-38-48 Teeth) with 6 gear rear cassette (16-28 Teeth), Shimano Deore Triple Front Derailleur, Shimano Deore Long Cage Rear Derailleur, Downtube Friction/Index Shimano Deore Shifters, higher end Dia Compe side pull brake calipers, and Terry Designed Elastomer Saddle for Women. This bike is designed for touring/road and city/bike trail travel with eyelets for front and rear racks. The triple front crank makes hill climbing much easier. Seat Tube--20" (51 CM), Stand Over Height--29.25", Top Tube (Seat Post to Front Stem--19".

I am including two new replacement 24" Panaracer front tires (list price $29/each) with three 24" inner tubes. Bike will soon need a new 700CC rear tire. Current rear tire is usable but old.

Bike is in excellent condition. This bike sold for $1,700 in 1996

Local pickup or delivery to Metro area.
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Worth about half of the asking price, but these are nice riders.

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Trek 560 Pro Series women's road bike circa 1987 - $595 (Plymouth)


Trek 560 Pro Series women's road bike circa 1987 - teal. Head tube: 4" top to bottom. Top tube: 21" center of head tube to center of seat tube. Seat tube: 18" center of top tube to center bottom bracket. Standover height: 29". 98% original parts. Recently professionally tuned with new tire tubes, rear derailleur pulley wheels and handle bar wraps. Some minor paint chips from the years of use but an awesome bike. Offered with optional original clip on petals. Original owner. $595
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Trek 420 - $200 (Westford, MA)


1989 Trek 420
Lugged double butted steel frame
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55 cm top tube
A mix of original and newer parts
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Another remarkable Rossin paint job....Love 'em or hate 'em...Well, it ain't gonna stay this cheap, but if it were my size, I'd be watching, Looks bigger than a 59 to me, maybe measured ctc.

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Is it wrong to want this bike just for the Cyclone components and bar ends? I'm curious about old Suntour on a custom steel frame. That's how I'd like to roll. Time to search the forum to see opinions on this. This site is fantastic for learning!

Originally Posted by machinist42

1978 Fuji America 12 speed - $100 (Wilmington near UNCW)

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"Old 12 speed Fuji American. 58 cm frame size (medium to large). Good condition. Some surface rust and wear expected on a 42 year old bike. 700c wheels.

bicycle frame material: steel

bicycle type: road
condition: good
frame size: 58 cm
make / manufacturer: Fuji
wheel size: 700C"

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Originally Posted by CroManganMan
Is it wrong to want this bike just for the Cyclone components and bar ends? I'm curious about old Suntour on a custom steel frame. That's how I'd like to roll. Time to search the forum to see opinions on this. This site is fantastic for learning!
I only see a Cyclone rear derailleur. Plenty of folks have stripped a bike for its goodies and sold to someone who wanted the frame. Happens all the time. That's how I got my Raleigh Pro. I would not have done it but that's neither here nor there.
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And The Saga Continues...

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And it's back, for only slightly less than twice the price in the original ad. But this time you get a drive side photo.

"Just no time for it right now & trying to de clutter." Nice touch for a flipper's ad.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...17182792041877

Was notified moments ago the price on this was lower by $40 to $80, if anyone's interested?
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Originally Posted by machinist42
Was notified moments ago the price on this was lower by $40 to $80, if anyone's interested?
I still might be, but I had $55 on hand the other day and that has not increased. I must say I'm surprised that he's dropping the price so soon. Must not have had a single call. I do not know the guy but he's obviously been doing this for a while and knows his market. I put up a free dead chainsaw on CL yesterday and could not get to put the damn phone down until I yanked the ad.

I don't begrudge the guy making a few bucks on the bike; I've doubled my money a motor vehicle in just a few days but I hate to be the one paying the difference.

Thanks for the update!

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Zuckerberg Missed His Maths Classes At Harvard?

Originally Posted by thumpism
I still might be, but I had $55 on hand the other day and that has not increased. I must say I'm surprised that he's dropping the price so soon. Must not have had a single call. I do not know the guy but he's obviously been doing this for a while and knows his market. I put up a free dead chainsaw on CL yesterday and could not get to put the damn phone down until I yanked the ad.

I don't begrudge the guy making a few bucks on the bike; I've doubled my money a motor vehicle in just a few days but I hate to be the one paying the difference.

Thanks for the update!
You are correct, sir, of course.

This is the Notification I received:

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(I was responding to your post about how it was $105 and $80 is not $40 fewer dollars, since edited, obviously.)

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Originally Posted by machinist42
You are correct, sir, of course.

This is the Notification I received:

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(I was responding to your post about how it was $105 and $80 is not $40 fewer, since edited, obviously.)
Weird. That must be FB math. It was $105 when I saw it but that might also have been a reduction. However, if Mark is that bad at math maybe he'll let his platform slip me a few millions.
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Canadians only what with Covid and all and probably Canadians located in the London to Windsor area
Don't see much in Ontario asking price $175 Canadian (about $125USD)

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Fiori Modena road bike
Chatham-Kent, ON ∑ 2 days ago
CA$175Vintage 1987 Fiori Modena. 24 inch (62 cm) frame.Best suited for someone six feet or more. Quality Shimano components. 700 wheels. Lightweight and quick. Ride it or display it proudly. Located in Tilbury




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CA$175Vintage 1987 Fiori Modena. 24 inch (62 cm) frame.Best suited for someone six feet or more. Quality Shimano components. 700 wheels. Lightweight and quick. Ride it or display it proudly. Located in Tilbury
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Originally Posted by thumpism
I only see a Cyclone rear derailleur. Plenty of folks have stripped a bike for its goodies and sold to someone who wanted the frame. Happens all the time. That's how I got my Raleigh Pro. I would not have done it but that's neither here nor there.
I certainly wouldn't strip a Raleigh Pro if it was decent, but that Fuji America looks like the rust might run deep. And being in a coastal town like Wilmington would only reinforce the possibility that the steel is too far gone.
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Old Suntour belongs on custom steel frames

Originally Posted by CroManganMan
Is it wrong to want this bike just for the Cyclone components and bar ends? I'm curious about old Suntour on a custom steel frame. That's how I'd like to roll. Time to search the forum to see opinions on this. This site is fantastic for learning!

Answer: It depends... If it's yourn bike, you get to do what you want. If it's a classic or relatively rare or unique, with original parts and paint, maybe you should consider using a different donor bike. Those bikes are relatively few and far between.


Last summer I broke a Campy seatpost bolt at my LBS and they had a Gitane TDF closing on ebay that night. I won, picked it up the next morning, and sold the frame (it was too small for me), and used the other components on other projects. Not original components, it was a well loved and ridden bike that had plenty of swaps...


My original (repaired) Ron Cooper is basically full Campy, just like it was BITD.


A Cooper frame I bought in Feb. was intended to be all Cyclone group... but I can't find STD length calipers, so it currently has early Modolos (thanks to Deux Jambes) and some Suntour parts from other Groups.

I have a Teledyne Titan with 144 BCD Sugino cankset, 1st Gen DA calipers, and Cyclone shifting system/Suntour 5 speed winner freewheel. I cheat a little with American Classic blade spoked wheels, but I have a set of Weyless hubbed wheels I can throw on it.


So there's my answer, by example. Go for it!
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Small Schwinn...not sure what flavor...

Not my cup of tea...now $60.00. Not a Schwinn aficionado so no clue what this is...size not mentioned, but has to be a 50-51 I'd think?

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Great color combination...

Has that Starburst summer vibe!

Originally Posted by WGB
Canadians only what with Covid and all and probably Canadians located in the London to Windsor area
Don't see much in Ontario asking price $175 Canadian (about $125USD)

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3153829804590/

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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Not my cup of tea...now $60.00. Not a Schwinn aficionado so no clue what this is...size not mentioned, but has to be a 50-51 I'd think?

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...5165252112811/


Looks like Columbus sticker, chrome socks and some pretty cool lugs, gotta be something fairly nice.
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Looks like Columbus sticker, chrome socks and some pretty cool lugs, gotta be something fairly nice.
Poop, must have missed it....on the lower tube?
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Batavus in NH

No idea if the price is way high on this, but it sure does look nice and well-preserved.....

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... why you wouldn't just put some new bar tape on a bike selling for a grand?
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I hope all of you are happy! Someone or several someone's have been buying all of the old cheap non-huffy 3 speeds here. It honestly seems like we're scraping the bottom of the barrel, for some reason.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Poop, must have missed it....on the lower tube?
Yep, bottom of the ST, maybe Columbus, couple of the FB pics have a little better angle and lighting, odd still if it is with no model decal to be seen, Schwinn usually tells us exactly what model a bike is.
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