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Old 06-12-21, 03:19 AM
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Originally Posted by merziac
Procured, it was listed a couple weeks ago for $125, I sent half a dozen emails, crickets.

Then it pops back up for $100, sent an email, nuthin, sent another, "oh sorry, they were all going to my spam folder.", ok, I want to come see it, went and seen it, done.

Really wish it was my size or closer to it. Maybe someone has a big one to trade.

It is the nicest bottom of the line frame I think I have ever seen, lots of chrome, all good and in good shape, some crappy parts, Campy GT RD, tektro levers, etc., some good, Uni CP brakes and all the bits, plain, original chrome HS in good shape, Campy crappy/good/ok FD and shifters, cable guide, and not sure about the hubs, one Gnutti skewer but no markings on the hubs, seem to be ok matched set but..., rims are something ORO.
Minor update, levers are Uni so brakes complete and original, they were loose but don't seem cracked as they tightened up ok. Going to say the hubs are Gnutti as many were unmarked and these appear to be them, laced to Nisi Toro 27in. rims so assume wheels to be original too. 3ttt stem with the hole at the top in the back, bars are unmarked near the stem as far as I can tell. I put some MKS Sylvan quills and an Ideale 39 on it, gave it a wipe down to assess the grime, normal but not too bad and weighed it, 27.6 lbs., pretty heavy but as I said, this is a very nice frame for bottom of the barrel, good chrome, good brazing and ok parts for the time, whatever that was.

I'll get some better pics in the next couple of days after a little more cleaning and now that it is whole.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Minor update, levers are Uni so brakes complete and original, they were loose but don't seem cracked as they tightened up ok. Going to say the hubs are Gnutti as many were unmarked and these appear to be them, laced to Nisi Toro 27in. rims so assume wheels to be original too. 3ttt stem with the hole at the top in the back, bars are unmarked near the stem as far as I can tell. I put some MKS Sylvan quills and an Ideale 39 on it, gave it a wipe down to assess the grime, normal but not too bad and weighed it, 27.6 lbs., pretty heavy but as I said, this is a very nice frame for bottom of the barrel, good chrome, good brazing and ok parts for the time, whatever that was.

I'll get some better pics in the next couple of days after a little more cleaning and now that it is whole.
Is it big enough for you to ride?

Pretty bike though...I’m a sucker for chrome lugs...
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Originally Posted by merziac
Procured, it was listed a couple weeks ago for $125, I sent half a dozen emails, crickets.

Then it pops back up for $100, sent an email, nuthin, sent another, "oh sorry, they were all going to my spam folder.", ok, I want to come see it, went and seen it, done.

Really wish it was my size or closer to it. Maybe someone has a big one to trade.

It is the nicest bottom of the line frame I think I have ever seen, lots of chrome, all good and in good shape, some crappy parts, Campy GT RD, tektro levers, etc., some good, Uni CP brakes and all the bits, plain, original chrome HS in good shape, Campy crappy/good/ok FD and shifters, cable guide, and not sure about the hubs, one Gnutti skewer but no markings on the hubs, seem to be ok matched set but..., rims are something ORO.
Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Is it big enough for you to ride?
Not even close, yeah I know. I may strip some parts and/or try to find a trade for similar Torpado, Legnano, Atala, etc. in my size or closer to it. It's all there and will clean up very well. I am probably going to overhaul the whole thing so I can do a deep clean but we'll see. It is very cool IMO.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Is it big enough for you to ride?

Pretty bike though...I’m a sucker for chrome lugs...
You and me both and this has nice chrome socks too that is all in great shape.
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Someone is selling the first MTB I had ever bought in 1992, a Huffy Stone Mountain. The next year I upgraded to a Trek 8000 that cost exactly $1000.

I won't bother posting a link but $40 and it's yours

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^^^^^^ reminds me of the bike that got me back into cycling. My son passed a very similar Huffy mtn bike up to me. It was heavy and free and good enough for a while. Rekindled my interests and it got a lot of miles under me but would not respond to maintanence (ex: those stamped steel calipers) so I started looking for real bicycles then........

The Huffy eventually went into "the tip" fully beat and worn out.
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Anyone in the area willing to facilitate?


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Good if you're looking for a small bike, obviously, but $175 for the parts alone (especially the Campagnolo Omega rims) might be borderline worth it...

Lotus Legend - 47cm - $175


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Lotus Legend Road Bike for sale. 47cm - Ideal for shorter people.

Center-to-center measurements
18" seat tube
21.5" top tube

Campagnolo Omega rims
Campy hubs and skewers
7-spd BSC freewheel
Shimano 600 headset

Shimano brifters
Shimano 3x crank

Please note that the shifters are not the smoothest!! They work, but sometimes require a delicate touch to get them to engage. I've ridden with them like this for the past three years and rarely have any real issues.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
That's big. Pretty sure all mine have either been 14 or 15mm.
Yeah, but not this one. I also got a couple crank bolts in the parts boxes which have 16mm flats. I think they might be what are on the bike as well. It doesn't appear to be Stronglight or Zeus. Does this look familiar to anyone?

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ST 1000 Dale in Green, Charleston mud and Patina $100

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Selling a Cannondale st1000 road bike. All aluminum frame. $100 or best offer. Open to random trades as well what the value of $100 or more.


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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Yeah, but not this one. I also got a couple crank bolts in the parts boxes which have 16mm flats. I think they might be what are on the bike as well. It doesn't appear to be Stronglight or Zeus.
Probably Stronglight. All the Zeus crank bolts I've seen (I have about half a dozen Zeus cranks) are marked "Zeus Made in Spain"
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This awesome chaincase in France:
Ancien carter protète chaine vélo hirondelle retro-directe Saint etienne eBay.fr €50 + shipping



I would get it myself for... no idea what but I don't really have the money for it right now.
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There is a local bike for sale that appears to have this frame:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/25489150337...kAAOSwSIRgQs2f

The pictures for the actual bike are really bad, but it does have bar end shifters which caught my attention. Would that frame be a better bike or entry level?
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Team spec Axis for 200 smackers, anyone?

dimondback - $200 (Seattle)

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Another $200 deal, sadly not in the awesome pink paint job, but still a great looker...

Schwinn Super Sport..Italian Steel..Shimano 600, flip flop fixie, opt - $200 (South Seattle, Burien)


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The Schwinn Super Sport was designed be a strong race trainer, positioned right below the top of the line Schwinn Paramount. Columbus Tenax double butted frame tubing withShimano 600 Ex Groupo ...Eight Speed Flip flop fixie wheelset, optional only $75 Solid Bike, fun to ride, it is quick. Upgraded stem and handle bars. All the original parts are there, derailers, brakes, crankset, etc..
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Vancouver area alert - Richmond, BC

https://maxsold.maxsold.com/auction/...156.1623186858
Currently at $65 (Auction has 4 days left to run)
Read the conditions as these auctions require you to collect at a certain time on a certain day

​​​​​​Per ad:

​​​​​​2 bikes, mens Trek lightweight 10 speed, and vintage ladies Raleigh. Wheels 25 inches

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and you'd get a ladies Raleigh single speed that would cover your drive to get the Trek


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Yet another in the 200 buck category, it's the Centurion Ironman Master's less famous brother!

Nishiki Tri-A (price reduction) - $200 (Bryant/U-Village/Ravenna)

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...330259170.html



circa 1985 Nishiki Tri-A road old style "time trial" bicycle. Internally routed cables. Beautiful classic. Tange-1 tubing. Fir rims, original Shimano 600 group set. Includes a pair of v. used Campagnolo Chorus pedals.
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El cheapo MTB day in Seattle apparently... I believe the spec on this was XC Comp which is great for the price (given how hard I've found it to get high end Suntour MTB parts)

Cannondale mountain bike - $185 (West Seattle)

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Cannondale ST600 Men’s bike - $300 (Billerica)


Men’s Cannondale ST600 bike in great condition. Some cosmetic blemishes but excellent mechanical condition and new tires. 60cm aluminum frame for taller rider. Moving, so motivated to sell this week….
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‘89 Merlin titanium mountain bike - $1,250 (Cambridge)


For sale, 1989 vintage Merlin titanium mountain bike. Serial # 2486 on the dropout. I’m the second owner. Has always been cared for and stored inside.

16.75” center to center, 18.25” center to top of seat tube at insertion point.

22.5” top tube length, center to center.

Oversized down tube, beautiful welds.

Merlin factory install bottom bracket, press fit sealed bearings with titanium spindle. Likely Phil Wood bearings. Buttery smooth pedaling, great power transfer.

Suntour XC Pro triple crank, 48, 38, 26 with a Sugino small ring as the 26.

Suntour XC Pro cantilever brakes with Tektro levers.

Shimano XTR front derailleur.

Shimano Deore XT rear derailleur.

Shimano friction / index bar end shifters.

Shimano XTR matching hubs.

Mavic XM 317 rims, 28 hole front, 32 hole rear.

Schwalbe Marathon Plus 1.75” treads.

Thomson Elite 27.2 x 410 black seat post. Super long, lightweight.

Chris King NoThreadSet headset.
Ritchey Comp stem, 90mm.
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Would make a fantastic daily rider, touring machine, go bikepacking style or with panniers. Fork bosses for front rack, gorgeous dropouts.
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Suntour Cyclone and BL Derailleur Sets - $75 (Billerica)



All cleaned, polished, oiled and ready to install. Pulleys have been taken apart, cleaned and greased.

- Set of Suntour Cyclone Derailleurs for $75

- Set of Blue Label Derailleurs for $85.

- Suntour Downtube Power-Shifters (28.6) for $35.

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Probably Stronglight. All the Zeus crank bolts I've seen (I have about half a dozen Zeus cranks) are marked "Zeus Made in Spain"
Thanks for the info on Zeus bolts. I'm not sure I've ever seen one in the flesh. I believe you are correct about them being Stronglight bolts. I had to turn down a 16mm socket but the bolts came right out. I've only had one or two Stronglight cranks, but this is my recollection of what they look like.



So, the bike has a three-arm TA crank, Campy 68-SS spindle, Sugino cups, and Stronglight bolts. A real international effort on this one.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Thanks for the info on Zeus bolts. I'm not sure I've ever seen one in the flesh.
Looks like I misspoke. Some of them are marked "Zeus Patent," some are marked "Zeus Made in Spain," and some are marked "Zeus 2000 Made in Spain." But they're all clearly marked as "Zeus," at least.
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That stem is so cool (a bad reason to want an entire bike)

Peugeot Orient Express - $80 (Somerset, WI)

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Albert Eisentraut - $600 in Brooklyn. The seller claims it was made in 1977 and that is a 55cm square frame. I can facilitate if anyone is interested.

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Lotus Eclair - $250 (North Bay Village, FL)


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