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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 08-04-20, 01:09 PM
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I have never seen one of these before...

https://www.ebay.de/itm/Colnago-C35-...MAAOSw2Vpe3I4s

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Looks to be a late '80s Trek 510. Overpriced, but pretty.

Vintage trek 022 single speed road bike - $300 (Eureka)

image 1 of 11


bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
condition: fair
frame size: 23 inches
make / manufacturer: Trek
model name / number: 022
wheel size: 27 in
I have a hard to find trek 022 single speed road bike. It has a campagnolo brake system and seat post, sugino GLP pedal shafts, araya rims, ofmega cx pedals, 23 inch frame with 27 inch tires. Very unique and different. Fun to ride.
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^^^^^ Very early '80s, or '70s, no later than '81 with no panel behind the lettering. Description like "hard to find trek 022 single speed road bike" could go in Wacky World.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Vitus 979 w/mostly Shimano 600 parts. I noticed a Specialized skewer on the back. Would be nice if that indicated the hubs are Specialized. I will ask, as I'd be happy with those wheels if someone wants the rest of the bike.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/b...170504334.html
Anyone potentially interested in this bike? I might be interested in the wheels which would lower your shipping costs. I think they are probably Specialized hubs. I've been in touch with the seller. Rear spacing is 126mm.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Anyone potentially interested in this bike? I might be interested in the wheels which would lower your shipping costs. I think they are probably Specialized hubs. I've been in touch with the seller. Rear spacing is 126mm.
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I mean, you could do worse for a first aluminum bike, right?
Someone else should take you up on this...
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
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I mean, you could do worse for a first aluminum bike, right?
Someone else should take you up on this...
Yeah, that was my thought...
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Originally Posted by NatusEstInSuht
https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2851054/

Classic 1989 Bianchi Superleggera 56 cm Cro-Mo road bike in original Celeste Green.
Campy Chorus components, two sets of wheels: one set Ambrosio clinchers, one set tubulars, incl Ambrosio rear disc wheel
Newly maintained & works very well.



Man I wouldve loved to have bought this bundle. That disc wheel is amazing.
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From Humbolt Craigslist -

A mid-80s, mid-level Moser:

https://humboldt.craigslist.org/bik/...171006843.html




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Old 08-04-20, 11:41 PM
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1989 Bianchi above, SOLD

That Bianchi disc above. was worth at least 1/2 the ask, by itself. then there was a full chorus Bianchi, and 2 sets of wheels.... On top of that it was priced in Canadian dollars... Somebody should be feeling pretty pleased.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
Man I wouldve loved to have bought this bundle. That disc wheel is amazing.
If I lived near Calgary, I would have purchased the Bianchi and extra wheelset and flipped them on eBay. $500 was a bargain.
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Originally Posted by NatusEstInSuht
If I lived near Calgary, I would have purchased the Bianchi and extra wheelset and flipped them on eBay. $500 was a bargain.
This would've stayed with me to keep and ride.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
This would've stayed with me to keep and ride.
If the frame was 4cm shorter, I would have also kept it.
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Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Expert for $270 presents pretty well.
https://reading.craigslist.org/bik/d...171316983.html
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Tall 531 Trek touring bike (I don't think 725 was an actual model number. Maybe this is 715? Says it's been repainted.)

https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/bi...171386651.html

"Vintage Trek 725 road bike - $200 (loveland)

Great condition (some oxidation on aluminum handlebars). Recently professionally repainted.

Excellent for loaded touring with panniers- has eyelets on fork and rear.

Details: 41 cm Cinelli handlebar and stem. Campy headset
Sun tour bar end shifters. Dura Ace brakes. 59 cm top tube, Laprade seat post. Campy high flange hubs, 36 spokes. 27 1/4” wheels. Magic MA40 rims.
TA 52/42/32 triple. 171mm crank Platform pedals
14-28 5 speed cluster
Sun tour XC pro rear derailleur. Suntour XT front derailleur
17 1/2” chain stay


$200"
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1986 Fuso built by Dave Moulton 60cm
$1,500

This bike was ridden in the Coors Classic by the 711 team in the Mogul Bismarck in 1987. All Campagnolo parts. OK the BB states 60 cm -final answer.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...99883040201072

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Looks like an '83 500, with barcons installed in-service. Brake hoods probably rotted away, tires aren't far behind. Danger-fork (shrug)? No COVID tax.

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...172094867.html

Vintage TREK Men's 12 speed bicycle - $100 (Madison, WI)

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Strawberry, you don't see many of these.

This one looks pretty nice.

Seller doesn't show it but this is an earlier rear monostay.

https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/...170003511.html
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Originally Posted by merziac
Strawberry, you don't see many of these.

This one looks pretty nice.

Seller doesn't show it but this is an earlier rear monostay.

https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/...170003511.html
Merziac,
I have never heard of the make before, is it worth the asking price?
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
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I have never heard of the make before, is it worth the asking price?
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I thought we had discussed them before, besides my recent build.

The old and the new, the ying and the yang, the good, bad and the ugly, you decide.

They are fairly rare and I am biased.

Andy Newlands is Strawberry and one of the 3 original PDX builders along with DiNucci and Merz who all started in the early 70's.

I'll put it this way, if this was anywhere near my size, I would already own it, I already have a too small one of these that needs work so won't be diving in for this one.

Probably worth it to the right normal person but hard to say, this is the cheapest mostly complete one I have seen, they are normally in the $1500 range weather they sell or not.

This was his production restyle when he went to the monostay and proprietary cam wedge seatpost binder.

So hard to say, but I love it.

https://www.strawberrybicycle.com/

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Originally Posted by merziac
I thought we had discussed them before, besides my recent build.

The old and the new, the ying and the yang, the good, bad and the ugly, you decide.

They are fairly rare and I am biased.

Andy Newlands is Strawberry and one of the 3 original PDX builders along with DiNucci and Merz who all started in the early 70's.

I'll put it this way, if this was anywhere near my size, I would already own it, I already have a too small one of these that needs work so won't be diving in for this one.

Probably worth it to the right normal person but hard to say, this is the cheapest mostly complete one I have seen, they are normally in the $1500 range weather they sell or not.

This was his production restyle when he went to the monostay and proprietary cam wedge seatpost binder.

So hard to say, but I love it.

https://www.strawberrybicycle.com/
Thanks and yes I missed your build
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Masi Grand Criterium

I know it's not exactly C&V, but it's still an unridden bike with a full Athena group. $1,500 list price.

2014. 58 cm. Full campagnolo , all original. Never ridden.

Such a nice shade of blue

https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...159255776.html
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Bottacchia Bike - $100 (Fort Mill)

Posted 2020-08-06 11:49







"Vintage Bike. Rides great. Built for a large person, 6ft tall or larger. $100 OBA. Call Tom 704 930 9379

bicycle frame material: other/unknown
bicycle type: hybrid/comfort
frame size: 25 inches
make / manufacturer: Bottecchia
model name / number: Campione del Mondo
wheel size: other/unknown"

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik...172490867.html

(Not top of the line. Appears to be a "Falk" tubing decal and hubs may be Tipo? Who knows? For $100 OBO...)
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Set of Campy cranks for a tandem, not something you see every day.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-Cam...m/124288050962

Tapers on one crank are whacked.


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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
Thanks and yes I missed your build
No worries, whatcha think of it? Maybe put it in that thread if you care to.
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