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

Old 03-02-21, 07:00 AM
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$25 Peugeot Cincinnati



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This would be the 'first hit' to get someone hooked on the black hole of mid-range French bikes, huh.

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Canadian content (and maybe pushing the boundaries of C&V) - a Vitus 992 is currently sitting at $105 in the Toronto police auction. It looks to be an OCT, which was a carbon ovoid frame with aluminum lugs that was made up until the mid/late 90s. Integrated headset is pretty neat! This one's been turned into a fixie, and is missing some braze-on screws and the front cable guides in the headset:

policeauctionscanada.com/Listing/Details/44962689/Vitus-992-FixieSingle-Speed-Bike-229533D

Short notice as the listing ends in four hours tomorrow at time of writing - maybe someone can post a picture? (or I'll update this once I eventually hit 10 posts)

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Old 03-02-21, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by aker
Canadian content (and maybe pushing the boundaries of C&V) - a Vitus 992 is currently sitting at $105 in the Toronto police auction. It looks to be an OCT, which was a carbon ovoid frame with aluminum lugs that was made up until the mid/late 90s. Integrated headset is pretty neat! This one's been turned into a fixie, and is missing some braze-on screws and the front cable guides in the headset:

policeauctionscanada.com/Listing/Details/44962689/Vitus-992-FixieSingle-Speed-Bike-229533D

Short notice as the listing ends in four hours as time of writing - maybe someone can post a picture? (or I'll update this once I eventually hit 10 posts)
frame looks bent just behind the head tube.

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Old 03-02-21, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Markeologist
Something special here...

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bop...281890924.html

1987 Gitane

Man, I agree. And that's real close to my size. Reynolds says this frameset is better than 531SL. This is the sort of thing I'm looking for. But I don't want to paint.
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1980s specialized bike frame free (hayes valley)

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Pretty red Peloton with Superbe Pro in WI.

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No affiliation with this seller, but this looks like fun and is too small for me: https://www.ebay.it/itm/frame-bottec...0AAOSwUylgOqio

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could be a great deal, but the ad is soooooo bad
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Originally Posted by curbtender
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1980s specialized bike frame free (hayes valley)

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Gone, Jackie, gone. And just as well, like I need another donation-project !
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wheel size: 26.5 in"

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Listed under bike parts which maybe why not posted here already also possibly not noted because of ad title?
Ps - don't shout if it's not an Ochsner as not to familiar with these
Sebastian, FLA (near Port Lucie)

Road bike - old school steel - $199

https://treasure.craigslist.org/bik/d/sebastian-road-bike-old-school-steel/7270605591.html1980's steel racing bike. Paint is in great condition and has Dura ace and Shimano 600 components, frame is lightweight for a steel frame. Size is 53 CM. Beautiful Original Condition !




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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Man, I agree. And that's real close to my size. Reynolds says this frameset is better than 531SL. This is the sort of thing I'm looking for. But I don't want to paint.
If you don't buy it, I might have to. A nice Gitane is on my short list. One of us is going to have to do the other one a favor and take this thing off the market. You're more likely to do a build that will make the Gitane fans on this forum happy.
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Old 03-03-21, 05:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
You're more likely to do a build that will make the Gitane fans on this forum happy.
I doubt it. I would use all my binned, hodgepodge, '80s Campy bits.
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Italian racing bike from 1993. Columbus steel frame, perhaps 56 cm. The seat post will not move, would require a frame guy to fix that. Put new shifters on it, it has a Shimano DuraAce rear derailleur, that alone is likely worth the $100 I am asking for the bike. I paid $400, had it maintained up north in Humboldt County where I rode it a lot over a 4-year span. Likely could use new rims. A project bike, needs a little tweaking, but the frame and components are vintage bliss, and alone worth more than the asking price. $100.
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Nice piece of history, and a great bike for someone who may fit the size.

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Old 03-03-21, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by WGB
Listed under bike parts which maybe why not posted here already also possibly not noted because of ad title?
Ps - don't shout if it's not an Ochsner as not to familiar with these
Sebastian, FLA (near Port Lucie)

Road bike - old school steel - $199

https://treasure.craigslist.org/bik/d/sebastian-road-bike-old-school-steel/7270605591.html1980's steel racing bike. Paint is in great condition and has Dura ace and Shimano 600 components, frame is lightweight for a steel frame. Size is 53 CM. Beautiful Original Condition !



Looks quite real to me: the blue-painted frames were said to be Columbus Aelle (red painted=Columbus SL). Nice deal (despite Ochsner being a Campy distributor so might have looked askance at the Shimano stuff)
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
I doubt it. I would use all my binned, hodgepodge, '80s Campy bits.
Yeah, but I'm thinking more like powder coating and post-2000 10-speed Campy parts. I just need to find an empty place in my garage to store it....
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I'm thinking ... post-2000 10-speed Campy
The rear is already at 130mm, so that seems pretty easy. I don't know how that would work out with me and my affinity for 126.

Powder coating up here in Seattle is just so expensive now. Ridic. Wish I knew of an auto body shop that would do it beautifully and cheaply.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
The rear is already at 130mm, so that seems pretty easy. I don't know how that would work out with me and my affinity for 126.

Powder coating up here in Seattle is just so expensive now. Ridic. Wish I knew of an auto body shop that would do it beautifully and cheaply.
Well, I guess it'll have to be me then.

There's a place in Portland that does a single color for $140. The couple of frames I've seen looked pretty good.
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