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Old 08-19-20, 03:49 AM
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Raleigh Super Course in Langhorne PA, needs cleaning up but appears complete (incl Brooks saddle), for sale by original owner who shows receipt (bike was $179 in 1974;' deposit was $5), 57cm, priced at $150.
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Originally Posted by madpogue
Bonus wacky-points for the abysmal photography and the saddle.

Double-bonus - brake cable routing.
Triple bonus - 700c wheels that don't quite fit the 27" cantilever positioning. . . Maybe seller would give a discount to sell without those wheels.
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Canadian buyers, Toronto area listed yesterday in Hamilton
$250 Canadian doesn't get much these days so...

Per ad:
Miyata 18 speed road/touring/racing bike. Well appointed with aluminum parts on a cr-mo frame. Biopace front sprocket. Shimano derailures and brakes Aluminum handlebars 23 inch frame suited to persons 6 feet or taller. 700x32c wheels. Presta valves. In fantastic condition other than needing a seat.

Could use a cleaning.......


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Gotta respect the phrase "Open to any reasonable offer". I suspect it could use nicer parts but for a shiny bike frame and forks, sub $200 isn't bad.......

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Per ad: Selling a Panasonic dx2000, frame is a 60 or 61. This is the chrome frame and is in good shape. It does need a rear tube. Open to any reasonable offer.
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I'm looking for an International. This would be nice, but my truck repairs took all of my spare cash right now.

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Time capsule Fuji Saratoga


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Lesser-known stablemate to the Fuji Touring. Little rich for my blood, but looks pristine.
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Bianchi Eros - $150 (Maple Grove, MN)

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Two-fer on World Voyageurs

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https://holland.craigslist.org/bik/d...177974757.html - $180

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^^^^^^^ Somebody buy that blue bike, so the seller can afford a camera that actually focuses.
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Old Holdsworth, and I don't see the original Campagnolo Record rear mech too often.

Holdsworth Bicycle, Vintage. Campagnolo Record. Good Condition. 56c - $650 (Near Northgate)

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Holdsworth head badge suggests approx 1970sFantastic vintage bike. Good Condition.Campi Record front and back. 56 cm Reynolds 531 Frame. Weinmann Type 500 brakes. Mavic Rims. Pedals with clips.Includes Zefal pumpBring this classic back to life with new rubber, cables and wheels.Local pickup only.
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Cool retro-mod Fuji Finest

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1981 Fuji The Finest Mark II Bicycle - $550 (BOURNE)

For sale by owner - $550 - Classic circa 1981 Fuji "The Finest" Mark II bicycle - Large frame - Top tube is 58cm - Seat tube is 61cm - Standover height is 85cm. I'm 6'2" and it was a great fit. Retrofitted with Shimano Ultegra group - 10 by 2 speeds a few years ago. Newer Mavic wheels and Shimano clipless pedals. Very fast. Chrome Moly frame is light and supple. Beautifully built in Japan - see photos. Weighs 23 lbs. New 700x23C tires - 110-150psi. Recent health issues force sale. My pain is your gain. Some minor scratches but overall in very good shape. Second owner. Cash only - not accepting "Bank cheques delivered by overnight courier.."
Will consider reasonable offers. Shipping possible for additional cost.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Something you don't see every day, a Martelly (think "Fauxnago"):


Vintage early 1970's Colnago Super Campagnolo replica by Martelly steel frameset


If it was a smidgen bigger, I might have tossed out a bid.


A smidge smaller, I might have bid. Interesting find, Skip. The seller comes up with some nice stuff, that rarely, but occasionally is not heavily bid... I've won a few bits, over the years.

The seat stays are not "biconic" and should be nicely fluted. The seat lug has that weird notch in front, and cutout undeneath ,and the RD cable fitting is off. Those things have to be on purpose, but it is the closest I have seen to an actual copy. Rear chainstays look way too long, also. bridge placement looks far from the BB. What a strange frame... Lame-o Colnago rebadging.

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Originally Posted by madpogue
Bonus wacky-points for the abysmal photography and the saddle.

Double-bonus - brake cable routing.
Probably right where he found it, as somebody's free curbside offering....
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Originally Posted by sheddle
Old Holdsworth, and I don't see the original Campagnolo Record rear mech too often.

Holdsworth Bicycle, Vintage. Campagnolo Record. Good Condition. 56c - $650 (Near Northgate)

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...180676372.html







Holdsworth head badge suggests approx 1970sFantastic vintage bike. Good Condition.Campi Record front and back. 56 cm Reynolds 531 Frame. Weinmann Type 500 brakes. Mavic Rims. Pedals with clips.Includes Zefal pumpBring this classic back to life with new rubber, cables and wheels.Local pickup only.

There is something "off" about this... The FD is later. The rear dropouts are stamped. I think this may be a lower grade Holdsworth frame dressed up. But I really am not sure... The silver and metallic blue wraps look great together.
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Did the Record ever exist along the NR/SR as a lower end option? IIRC Campagnolo back then did that with their old components when new ones were released.
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Bridgestone RB-2 - $125 (Sioux City, IA)

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Takara Professional - $125 (Eau Claire, WI)

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Originally Posted by sheddle
Did the Record ever exist along the NR/SR as a lower end option? IIRC Campagnolo back then did that with their old components when new ones were released.
I think the Record RD is 60's -early 70's. Before SR became widely avaiable. Though overlap may have been wudespread.
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Originally Posted by rhender
This has been up for so long and the price keeps going lower and lower... I'm currently in the process of restoring a Pro of that exact year/paint scheme, and I really hope I won't have to let it go for less than 500. I'll put it on fleabay before I do that.
Picked this up today. The second set of wheels it came with are really nice as well.
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UPDATE: On ebay @ $410 w/ 2 bids as of Friday morning

Originally Posted by tricky
Clean looking Olmo Neuvo Sprint in 57cm $350 https://offerup.co/yS0qDPfb48

He's quoting specs for a Competition frame, which that is NOT. Parts mix, is a world tour. he says brakes are Dia-Compe, but the levers are Modolo "Master Pro" or equivalent (top of their line) Frame is not low end. Olmo's ride is old school Italian, you can put a lot of miles on, without feeling like you should have stopped hours ago.If the frame is any type of Columbus, It's a nice deal for someone. And sharp looking too, though that doesn't matter, much.
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Univega Grand Sprint for $100 - worth it?
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Originally Posted by alexihnen
Picked this up today. The second set of wheels it came with are really nice as well.
Way to go!. That's just SICK. looks in nice shape, and with a spare set of wheels??? Sometimes bikes get passed over, seemingly for no particular reason, Doesn't last for ever. I've missed a few that were "sitting" while i jumped at others, only to kick myself when the "sitters" vanished. A pantographed Rossin with no wheels or saddle comes to mind. $150. Truck repair and insurance that week. It was still there a week later... then not.
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80 bucks for a mint 1980 Super Le Tour. Rando bar is a bit odd. One owner bike!
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^^^^^ Link?
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Folks have been cleaning out their garages around here, and coming up with some nice stuff; nothing super fantastic, but better than our usual pickings. The silver '84 Stumpy with lugs and biplane fork I grabbed, but there's an early '90s that started out at an optimistic $500, but which has come down to a more reasonable $250.

I'm told I can't post the bikes my husband is interested in, so look at the pretty bike.


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