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

Old 10-17-20, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985

Rare ’69 Raleigh Competition Frameset - $350 (walnut creek)

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bop/d/walnut-creek-rare-69-raleigh/7215033693.html





Sweet. I wonder what kind of tire clearance it has.
I have a 1970, black with chromed lugs. Unlike this seller I chose to believe the S/N dating as I understand these were available that year but not in the catalog. I'm running 33mm Somas on it, plenty of room with about 5-6mm between the tire and the chain stays on each side.

Edit: Closer look, my seat stay wraps over the top tube are flattened whereas these are not, both my chainstays have chrome socks, and my fork crown is different as well. This one doesn't match the 69 catalog illustration in some ways, curious. So who knows?

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Old 10-17-20, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by merziac
I would be in for the Legnano if that fits anybody's plan.
Looks like a lot of junk to me, and I don't know why you guys can't find it yourselves, but here is your link, FWIW: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...214759239.html
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
Looks like a lot of junk to me, and I don't know why you guys can't find it yourselves, but here is your link, FWIW: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...214759239.html
I did find it and was posting in case getting the Legnano would help somebody get the others, not sure what your talking about.

If you think someone is asking for help and don't want to help, then don't. Not really our way but you really should do you man.
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Originally Posted by merziac
I would be in for the Legnano if that fits anybody's plan.
And the Bertin here! That looks like a cool one!
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Sf and LA craigslist but not in the Fresno? I'd be a little worried about where the seller was going with it.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
Sf and LA craigslist but not in the Fresno? I'd be a little worried about where the seller was going with it.
Yep, normal sketchy CL BS.
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1987 Schwinn Voyageur 54x54cm - $425




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: other
frame size: 54cm
wheel size: 27 in
This is a very awesome and well cared for 1987 Schwinn Voyageur touring rig. Columbus steel and 27” wheels with a full deore 3x7 group.

Velo Orange campeur rear rack and randonneur front rack.

Can fit someone 5’7-5’10
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One year model before these became the numbered Schwinn Aluminums, really nice. Just check the seatpost...


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Schwinn Ontare rod bike - $380 (Redmond



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Pretty sure if someone was flipping bikes they could get at least $150 each for these Bianchis and probably a bit more. I know they have claw hangers but the name sells....

https://classifieds.ksl.com/listing/61676592

Two Bianchi 12 Speed commuter road bikes for tall persons circa 1985 - Bikes in like new condition - need new inner-tubes (slow leak) - Sale price is for both bikes not sold individually

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BIKE FRAME - KLEIN STAGE GRADIENT TUBING LIGHTWEIGHT RED - $100



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sf...210050507.html

Check out those rear dropouts! I assumed it had to be a track frame, but it's not. What one looks like built up:


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Rod Brake Bianchi?



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Originally Posted by Lemond1985

BIKE FRAME - KLEIN STAGE GRADIENT TUBING LIGHTWEIGHT RED - $100



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sf...210050507.html

Check out those rear dropouts! I assumed it had to be a track frame, but it's not. What one looks like built up:


Wonder if there is more of a likelihood of a wheel disengagement issue since they face backwards...I guess the chain would provide a bit, but eek. That's why track bikes don't use quick release!
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But imagine the lightning fast wheel changes during a race.

It probably has some kind of "lawyer lips" retention system like front forks do, but yikes, I get scared just looking at those. They should have made the slots a little longer, just so people would be reassured psychologically, that that back wheel is not gonna go flying off at 45 mph.
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1983 Schwinn Super Sport road bike - $200 (Beacon Hill)


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Real nice Schwinn with Champion 2 tubes selling for less than parts value (I think that saddle could fetch $100 alone)




For sale is a 1983 Schwinn Super Sport 18 speed road bike with a 57cm ctc frame made from Tange Champion lightweight double butted steel tubing. Has Shimano 105 hubs with 700c matrix rims and 9 speed cassette. Has Turbo suede saddle, Shimano shifters and crank. Has new cables and bar tape.

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Another Seattle Schwinn

Super Le Tour, probably a little high at $220



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Let’s keep the Schwinn love going. Looks to be one of the top of the line Japanese Schwinns. Integrated der. hanger and some quality components.



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Small Raleigh Professional for $100

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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
i actually called him, and he said he thinks he priced it too low. I offered $60 so if he calls back, I think I got some good stuff there.
I'd buy it for the tools themselves. Definitely the best $50 I'd spend if it was offered.
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Originally Posted by Pugs2xLove
I'd buy it for the tools themselves. Definitely the best $50 I'd spend if it was offered.
I paid $100; I felt bad he undervalued it.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
I paid $100; I felt bad he undervalued it.
Props to you. Most people wouldn't think twice and jump on the opportunity.
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Originally Posted by Pugs2xLove
Props to you. Most people wouldn't think twice and jump on the opportunity.
No props necessary. It is a tough time for a lot of people. I am fortunate that my job is essential; others are not as lucky.
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
But imagine the lightning fast wheel changes during a race.

It probably has some kind of "lawyer lips" retention system like front forks do, but yikes, I get scared just looking at those. They should have made the slots a little longer, just so people would be reassured psychologically, that that back wheel is not gonna go flying off at 45 mph.
it my experience, it's a pain in the ass to change a wheel with these "dropouts". i have no clue what Klein thought they were doing with these.
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Vintage racing bike
$100
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Listed 2 days ago in Springfield, MA
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Older bike. Still rideable.
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The frame and its price(?) are tall at 61cm and $625. This is worth a glance. Motobecane Team Champion with Campy, Mavic and (claimed) Reynolds 753.
https://cnj.craigslist.org/bik/d/new...207368572.html

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I think it'd be Columbus SL and not 753, but regardless, that's a beautiful Team Champ.
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