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cb400bill 04-22-21 06:28 PM

1986 Schwinn Tempo - $20

https://greenbay.craigslist.org/bik/...311132126.html

https://images.craigslist.org/00J0J_...2_1200x900.jpg

merziac 04-22-21 06:37 PM


Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce (Post 22027095)
https://worcester.craigslist.org/bik...299061241.html

Vintage Specialized Road Bike - 1985 Specialized Allez - $350 (Shrewsbury)

https://images.craigslist.org/00X0X_...2_1200x900.jpgVintage Specialized Road Bike - 1985 Specialized Allez – 14 speed - Classic Red - $350.00
Made in Japan
Cr-Mo Double Butted Frame
60 cm (24.75 in) frame size (down tube length – crank center to seat post) 61 cm vertical height (crank to seat post vertical)
Stepover height 85 cm
Parts alone are probably worth about $500
Cat Eye Micro Cyclometer
IRC Triathelon Kevlar tires 700 cm – little use
FIR EA60 Rims
Shimano 600 Ultegra tri-color hubs and skewers
Specialized stem and handle bars
Vetta Gel seat – small tear
Suntour down tube shifters
Suntour superbe breaks and levers
Suntour Cyclone pedals
Suntour crank
Shimano Hyperglide rar cassette
Suntour front Desralier
Shimano 105 rear desralier
SR Laprade Seat post

If this add is still up the bike is still available.

Call, text or E-mail. Phone is “nine 78 – nine 73 – 7 nine 86”.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

Wow, no love for these in Boston. :wtf:

Unca_Sam 04-22-21 07:09 PM


Originally Posted by merziac (Post 22027126)
Wow, no love for these in Boston. :wtf:

It's a little outside the size of an average rider, and therefore discounted.

merziac 04-22-21 08:14 PM


Originally Posted by Unca_Sam (Post 22027166)
It's a little outside the size of an average rider, and therefore discounted.

Maybe so but sure wasn't too big for the last rider with that SP on the moon, looks like one of mine on the small side. ;)

unworthy1 04-22-21 11:58 PM


Originally Posted by jdawginsc (Post 22026670)
The fork is Ciocc. I am suspicious about other parts. The brake bridge stamp is not Ciocc.

I was also suspicious but the Brake Bridge stamp is one thing that's actually reassuring because it's Ten Speed Drive who did import Ciocc (among others). I think they had a budget model in their line which had no tubing decal but solid paint (no chrome on the frame, possibly a chrome fork) which many concluded was Aelle. If I had to bet I would say this is one of those TSD Aelle with a pump peg added when repainted. Surprised that any Pro painter would not source genuine decals from the SSS company that has everything, but could be that oddball decal was added by the owner, later. Also a chance it's no Ciocc at all but any Italian Frame TSD imported would not be junk! (and the fork is real Ciocc)

mech986 04-23-21 12:51 AM

Spotted in SF CL, IMO worth it for vintage Campy parts alone, great buy if your size, help the guy find a worthy new owner.

1971 Windsor Profesional - $350 OBO (mission district)

frame size: 61cm, 57cm top tube
elling my vintage 1971 Windsor Profesional. 50 years old but still rides and looks fantastic. People are always complimenting me and asking about it. This bike is light, stiff and responsive - perfect for dashing around the city.

Windsor, a Mexican company that was trying to break into the high end racing market at the time, made the frame with high quality double butted tubing and top of the line Italian Cinelli and Campagnolo components. The racy cut and drilled chrome lugs are a really handsome touch. All original Campagnolo Nuovo Record groupset, Cinelli 1A stem and Giro d' Italia handlebars. Caliper brakes and levers are newer Suntour Superbe, but they fit the look well. Definitely needs a better seat for the full effect, but the one on there rides fine.

Geometry is high and tight - 61cm seat tube fits taller riders (6ft +) but the top tube is shorter (57cm). This was common with Italian bikes of that era; tucks the rider in low, great for cornering and bombing hills. The shorter reach is great if you have longer legs and shorter torso too.

Just put on new Vittoria tires, new tubes, new bar tape, new chain, new brake pads and had a shop do a tune up. This beauty is ready to ride! It is 50 years old so the paint and decals are chipping and bit scratched, but I think this just adds to the vintage charisma. If you wanted to splash out for cleaner look, you could powder coat and the result would be stunning.

$350 OBO - I'm willing to negotiate since I want it to find a good home. I'm moving an can't take it with me.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...310866046.html

https://images.craigslist.org/00w0w_...2_1200x900.jpg
https://images.craigslist.org/00L0L_...Z_1200x900.jpg

https://images.craigslist.org/00E0E_...2_1200x900.jpg

https://images.craigslist.org/00H0H_...2_1200x900.jpg

jeirvine 04-23-21 09:51 AM


Originally Posted by WGB (Post 22023898)
So, what is this??
Stickers might just be someone's named?
Bidding at $21, ends on 23rd at 8:19pm, local pick up only in Las Vegas

https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/119912833

Zeich xavier schwartz green bike

Title: Zeich xavier schwartz green bike

Brand: Zeich Xavier

https://sgwmscdnimages.azureedge.net...163344DayK.JPG


https://sgwmscdnimages.azureedge.net...163344DayK.JPG

Really hoping someone here gets this one. I would bid if it were logistically possible.

cb400bill 04-23-21 10:29 AM

Schwinn 434 Aluminum - $150

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...1-aa3d860a151b

https://scontent.fdet1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...79&oe=60A864A4

https://scontent.fdet1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...d7&oe=60A9DAF1

SoccerBallXan 04-23-21 12:01 PM


Originally Posted by jeirvine (Post 22027896)
Really hoping someone here gets this one. I would bid if it were logistically possible.

Shopgoodwill provides me ultimate buyers envy. All these good bikes, but never near me! And unfortunately it seems shipping is nearly always out of question...

jdawginsc 04-23-21 12:10 PM


Originally Posted by unworthy1 (Post 22027420)
I was also suspicious but the Brake Bridge stamp is one thing that's actually reassuring because it's Ten Speed Drive who did import Ciocc (among others). I think they had a budget model in their line which had no tubing decal but solid paint (no chrome on the frame, possibly a chrome fork) which many concluded was Aelle. If I had to bet I would say this is one of those TSD Aelle with a pump peg added when repainted. Surprised that any Pro painter would not source genuine decals from the SSS company that has everything, but could be that oddball decal was added by the owner, later. Also a chance it's no Ciocc at all but any Italian Frame TSD imported would not be junk! (and the fork is real Ciocc)


My guess is it would be a great riding bike at the least.

implayaz 04-23-21 12:48 PM


Originally Posted by jeirvine (Post 22027896)
Really hoping someone here gets this one. I would bid if it were logistically possible.

I would be on it if I could fit on it

jPrichard10 04-23-21 03:12 PM

Ugh... really want to pick this up for myself but I've recently acquired II many bikes for purchases like this:

GB spearpoint faux lugged stem, ~$60.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Bri....m46890.l49286

WGB 04-23-21 05:33 PM

SoccerBallXan And unfortunately it seems shipping is nearly always out of question...

Ha, ha. Try being Canadian and buying in the USA

Just bought a new B67 Brooks $70 for saddle and $55 to ship here! Granted really good saddle at a great price but you can ship a frame set from Buffalo to San Diego for $30.

Mad Honk 04-23-21 05:47 PM

Wes,
Buying from me is not that costly! But we still have yet to see the bike in operation. Yer killing me with the suspense, Smiles, MH

SoccerBallXan 04-23-21 05:50 PM


Originally Posted by WGB (Post 22028580)
SoccerBallXan And unfortunately it seems shipping is nearly always out of question...

Ha, ha. Try being Canadian and buying in the USA

Just bought a new B67 Brooks $70 for saddle and $55 to ship here! Granted really good saddle at a great price but you can ship a frame set from Buffalo to San Diego for $30.

Great point - shipping in the states isn’t THAT bad. I guess it is just goodwill’s silly shipping policies. They’ll ship 500 pound old oak cabinets, but will never ship sub 30 pound bikes...

I’m glad you chose the B67. I am getting around to breaking in the one I was gifted for Christmas. Comfortable stuff! Cheers!

WGB 04-23-21 08:50 PM

Mad Honk
i swear it's coming up. Last of snow almost melted so I can work in my garage, I hope/believe it'll be assembled this week.

Update coming

Insidious C. 04-24-21 12:30 AM

what's this? px10 with canti brakes- Portland
 
https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/...311737161.html

https://cimg6.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...caa4e73782.jpg

smontanaro 04-24-21 04:45 AM


Originally Posted by jdawginsc (Post 22026670)
The fork is Ciocc. I am suspicious about other parts. The brake bridge stamp is not Ciocc.

One would also have to wonder about the "custom paint by Weigle" statement. I can't see Peter making an obviously misleading paint job. He would surely realize the back half isn't a Ciõcc.

oneclick 04-24-21 05:45 AM


Originally Posted by Insidious C. (Post 22028988)

Peugeot tended to use PX for the Reynolds framed bikes and -50 for the cantilever bikes, so PX50 (or possibly -60) is my guess.

Though it can be hard to find a catalogue match - haven't yet for a Vitus-framed Pug with Mafac canti brakes (and a Stronglight triple) down in the pipeline.

Clang 04-24-21 05:55 AM

Diamond Back Apex - $90 (Minneapolis, MN)

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...e-85e321fd131f

https://scontent-msp1-1.xx.fbcdn.net...19&oe=60A88DCA

cb400bill 04-24-21 07:40 AM

1988 Panasonic DX5000 - $300

https://grandrapids.craigslist.org/b...311657124.html

https://images.craigslist.org/00h0h_...2_1200x900.jpg

jdawginsc 04-24-21 07:48 AM

I am not even a big fan of Peugeots, but I'd have to jump on that. Paint looks awesome.


recarcar 04-24-21 08:35 AM

Large Gitane Olympic Record II -$195
https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...310262247.html

https://cimg2.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...77746e5afd.jpg

'02 nrs 04-24-21 08:38 AM

owner will ship from OH
 
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...Anull%7D%22%7D
https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...520b8b4a04.jpg

dangermousey 04-24-21 10:09 AM

Viscount Aerospace Pro / 60cm / $285 / Chicago burbs
 
Great condition. I'm no expert but looks like the death fork has been replaced. I believe Shimano Crane and Titleist drivetrain, and that fabulous TA-made crankset.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/b...311386977.html

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...329660a996.jpg


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