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

Old 02-13-21, 05:50 PM
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Waterford RS 1250 Reynolds 753 road bike 58cm SRAM 1x - $1 (Braintree)

Selling a size 58 Waterford RS 1250 Reynolds 753 road bike. Currently set up as a city bike. SRAM Apex/rival 1x11. Mavic Ksyrium wheels. Campagnolo record headset.
Frame itself is in good condition. Henry James dropouts and fork crown. Quick and nimble bike. Road sport by 90’s standard. Has 32 mm tires currently but can’t go bigger. Have original paperwork that came with it.
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Bag, bottle cage and pedals not included. Brooks saddle could be exchanged if you don’t like.
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Price drop to $150
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1984 Raleigh Gran Prix 56cm - $200 (wilmington)

Great condition Raleigh Grand Prix from 1984. I replaced the tubes, tires, handlebar tape, and brake levers. I have the original levers.
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Wow!

I hope whomever snagged this is here on BF and creates a thread about this bike.

What a find, what a fun project.
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Austro Daimler Inter 10 - $150

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Not a brand I've heard of- ad claims this was a rebadged Diamondback for a discount dealer a la Nashbar/Performance. In any case, decent price for what looks like a mostly original Cr-Mo 80s MTB (apart from the saddle, though it might be nice for commuting!)


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Canadian content - Montreal

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If you have a good wheelset, this might be a catch by Canadian pricing standards (pedals need to go)

Raleigh M Trax 100 (58)
CA$150

Listed 21 hours ago in Montréal, QC

**I used an online translator so might not be exact **

Sauf les stickers d’origine, le cadre et la peinture sont des petits bijoux. Dérailleur arrière RSX 7v. Pédalier Sugino 175. Potence et guidon Cinelli. Tube R.S.P. (Raleigh special products) Cromoly. Fait à la main en Angleterre. Si t’as c’qui faut pour le pimper y mange n’importe quel Marinoni équivalent. Les roues viennent pas avec. J’ai une cassette 7v neuve qui fit dessus. Peut être une paire de roues clean qui ferrait ton affaire. Écris qu’on jase, mais non, le bike est pas à donner 🙄.

Raleigh M Trax 100 (58) Except for original stickers, frame and painting are small jewelry. RSX 7 v rear derailleur. Sugino 175. Potence and handlebars Cinelli. R.S.P. tube (Raleigh special products) Cromoly Handmade in England. If you have what you need to pimp it eat any equivalent Marinoni. Wheels don't come with it. I have a new 7 v tape that fit on it. Maybe a pair of clean wheels that would do your business. Write that we jase, but no, the bike is not to give away 🙄
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1980s Gitane Champion French racing bike - $200 (Jamaica Plain)

A beautiful vintage racing bike with a cotterless crank, steel frame with original logos, and original parts (from what I can tell) including cloth tape bindings, cotterless crank, and single pull brakes.

In decent shape--there's some rust, some small punctures in the leather seat cover. The frame is straight without any bends or dents (some minor nicks and scratches though). Could use a general tune up, a brake job (a little frozen on both sides), and some cleaning, but should be a great and unique commuter or collector’s piece with some love put into it.
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that's the model with the plastic seat post!
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Wow!

I hope whomever snagged this is here on BF and creates a thread about this bike.

What a find, what a fun project.
I nabbed it. Looks like there will be a good story to go with it. I'll tell it when i know how it ends. It's a '73, btw. In the meantime, some photos:






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Originally Posted by bibliobob
I nabbed it.
Congrats!

It's always good when bibliobob puts in an appearance.
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Never seen a 'Traut with such ornate lugs, but it's clearly legit. Hope you can clean and get this back on the road with minor drama. totally a worthwhile project!
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Originally Posted by Markeologist
Joe Breeze, Otis Guy, Grant Petersen, and Tom himself rode Ritchey Palo Alto tandems back in the day, built by Tom when he was a very young man before the Mtn Bike days...too bad about the repaint but rare chance to own one of the greatest road tandems made (not mine, no connection).

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I bought this. Currently it’s in a container for shipping to me in New Zealand but I’ll report once I have it in hand.
Should be a great project
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Old 02-15-21, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by bibliobob
I nabbed it. Looks like there will be a good story to go with it. I'll tell it when i know how it ends. It's a '73, btw. In the meantime, some photos:






Sooooo Cool. What size? Love rhose lugs.
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Old 02-15-21, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by bibliobob
I nabbed it. Looks like there will be a good story to go with it. I'll tell it when i know how it ends. It's a '73, btw. In the meantime, some photos:






Excellent!

I wonder if it is that is one of the costum jobs that Eisentraut built for that country band that was recently posted here.

The lugs look identical...

Eisentraut built for Jon Dawson co-founder of the band NRPS
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Harry Quinn in PHX. $320 with 531 and Campy. Looks like a ding in the top tube.

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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Excellent!

I wonder if it is that is one of the costum jobs that Eisentraut built for that country band that was recently posted here.

The lugs look identical...

Eisentraut built for Jon Dawson co-founder of the band NRPS
I like the paint, picks up the markings of a trout...
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Excellent!

I wonder if it is that is one of the costum jobs that Eisentraut built for that country band that was recently posted here.

The lugs look identical...

Eisentraut built for Jon Dawson co-founder of the band NRPS
The lugs are very similar, but a even a little more intricate on this example, and the paint job must have been quite impressive originally. But, there have been some significant developments! A fellow CR lister/friend that is friends with Albert contacted him, and he immediately remembered that he built it for another of their mutual acquaintances, cyclling historian/author Andrew Ritchie, from whom it was stolen in Berkeley back in around 1978. The CR list member contacted Andrew, who was eager to have it back. I am happy to oblige, as it's the right thing to do.

Coincidentally, I'd attended a reading by Andrew a few years ago in Marin. Andrew has since moved back to his native England, so that Oakland-born bike will be making a trans-atlantic trip in the near future! Of course, I'm back on the hunt for a '70s Eisentraut A frame!
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Originally Posted by bibliobob
The lugs are very similar, but a even a little more intricate on this example, and the paint job must have been quite impressive originally. But, there have been some significant developments! A fellow CR lister/friend that is friends with Albert contacted him, and he immediately remembered that he built it for another of their mutual acquaintances, cyclling historian/author Andrew Ritchie, from whom it was stolen in Berkeley back in around 1978. The CR list member contacted Andrew, who was eager to have it back. I am happy to oblige, as it's the right thing to do.

Coincidentally, I'd attended a reading by Andrew a few years ago in Marin. Andrew has since moved back to his native England, so that Oakland-born bike will be making a trans-atlantic trip in the near future! Of course, I'm back on the hunt for a '70s Eisentraut A frame!
Amazing story. I can only imagine the rush Mr. Ritchie must have felt knowing his old steed was still kicking it! Good on you for following up and making it happen.
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(Albert) immediately remembered that he built it for another of their mutual acquaintances, cyclling historian/author Andrew Ritchie, from whom it was stolen in Berkeley back in around 1978. The CR list member contacted Andrew, who was eager to have it back. I am happy to oblige, as it's the right thing to do.
Good on you, Bob. We can use more like you in this day and age.
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Originally Posted by bibliobob
The lugs are very similar, but a even a little more intricate on this example, and the paint job must have been quite impressive originally. But, there have been some significant developments! A fellow CR lister/friend that is friends with Albert contacted him, and he immediately remembered that he built it for another of their mutual acquaintances, cyclling historian/author Andrew Ritchie, from whom it was stolen in Berkeley back in around 1978. The CR list member contacted Andrew, who was eager to have it back. I am happy to oblige, as it's the right thing to do.

Coincidentally, I'd attended a reading by Andrew a few years ago in Marin. Andrew has since moved back to his native England, so that Oakland-born bike will be making a trans-atlantic trip in the near future! Of course, I'm back on the hunt for a '70s Eisentraut A frame!
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Might be higher than folks wish to pay but not bad shape for someone who wants one. Of course the rusty chain suggests that maybe not ready to ride and perhaps the buyer might point that issue out?

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TALL MOTOBECANE SUPER MIRAGE ROAD BIKE WITH NEW TIRES
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Vintage Motobecane Super Mirage 10-speed road bike for sale for $200. This quality, made in France, bicycle has a 25-inch frame and 27-inch made in Belgium Weinmann wheels with Campagnolo hub and skewers and new tires. Also has a Campagnolo front derailleur, a Suntour Cyclone rear derailleur, a rear rack, plus all new handlebar tape, cables, and brake pads. Everything works and this bike is ready to ride.

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Very nice looking Traveler at a very fair price
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Bicicleta de carreras

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Crappy bolt-on wheels an no brakes, but it's cheap! Not cross-posting this to the Wacky thread, so I'll include the typos here.

"Panasonic tennis speed"
Panasonic DX-3000 - $25 (St Louis Park, MN)

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"I have a nice Panasonic Tennessee the back wheel is bent a little bit but other than that it's a good bike 25 bucks I live in St Louis Park"
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