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Old 03-14-23, 11:38 PM
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not sure either ^ would like to see a close-up of the stay-caps. For that matter would love to see the crankset installed correctly!
It might be legit, fork panto certainly looks it. Also could be a "budget" model with very little chrome...the internal cable "slots" don't look familiar.
Edit: also seems like some rattlecan white paint may have been applied (on chainstays if not elsewhere).
$100 for a true Casati would be a steal.

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I simply don't know enough to say it's real and the internal cabling looks unsightly. Anyone know if the BB of a Casati has the same cut outs as shown in picture 2? If it's real is a nice price...

Do like the 57.15 frame sizing!

​​​​​​https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...07857370771707

57.15 Centimeter Casati Italian Racing Bicycle

$100 In stock
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57.15 Centimeter Casati Italian racing bike very light almost complete This is a project bike in great condition Lots of extra parts as seen in pictures If you know what this is you know its a great deal.

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I don't know if the BB for a Casati has the same cut outs as shown here.








As the current owner of several Casati's I can say that is a real Casati - model Monza from the early 80's based on the seat stay caps. If anyone in FL can help facilitate that I would gladly buy that frame!!! Please let me know ASAP!
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Originally Posted by WGB View Post

I simply don't know enough to say it's real and the internal cabling looks unsightly. Anyone know if the BB of a Casati has the same cut outs as shown in picture 2?
Definitely genuine - almost identical to one I own - although it's interesting that the 'C' cutout in the BB shell is backwards when compared to mine. The paint and artwork is almost certainly original, too.

And hell yes, at that price it's a steal!

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Originally Posted by Jazzyg72 View Post

As the current owner of several Casati's I can say that is a real Casati - model Monza from the early 80's based on the seat stay caps. If anyone in FL can help facilitate that I would gladly buy that frame!!!

Please let me know ASAP!
A smart man, you are

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>> the 'C' cutout in the BB shell is backwards when compared to mine.

The picture is left/right reversed, and therefore the crankset is installed on the correct side.

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
I just read a long post from @T-Mar, who made a pretty good argument the 555 was Reynolds 501.​​​​
That would have been an older post. Last time I looked, he had come around to the idea that the tubing labeled "Raleigh 555" (and the other variants) was supplied by Tange or Ishiwata or another Asian manufacturer.

There are several arguments against the idea that the Raleigh-labeled tubing was relabeled Reynolds, the main one being that paying Reynolds to ship their expensive tubing from England to Taiwan, only to disguise it with a lookalike decal that says "Raleigh," thus diminishing the appeal of the bike, makes no sense.

The clincher, for me, is that, at the same time that most of the Raleigh USA models were labeled "Raleigh 555" and the like, the Raleigh USA Grand Prix had a genuine Reynolds 531 label. There would have been no point to correctly labeling one bike built with Reynolds tubing while simultaneously using Reynolds tubing in other frames but sticking the "Raleigh" label on those.

I was working in a shop that sold Raleigh bikes during that period. I wish it had occurred to me to ask the sales rep the retrospectively obvious question concerning the source of the tubing. New England reticence on my part, I guess.
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The drive-side crank arm is installed in the non-drive side. Look at the derailleur hanger.
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Surly - $265 - Lakeside. CA
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bad pics, looks a little scrappy, but price is right
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I don't mess with carbon fiber, but this is only the 2nd one of these I have seen, no clue on pricing

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Originally Posted by SoCaled View Post
I don't mess with carbon fiber, but this is only the 2nd one of these I have seen, no clue on pricing

Peugeot "Racing Team" - $600 - Bakersfield, CA
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price is fair regarding the quality of the equipment DA 7400 and the quality of the frame
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Originally Posted by SoCaled View Post
I don't mess with carbon fiber, but this is only the 2nd one of these I have seen, no clue on pricing

Peugeot "Racing Team" - $600 - Bakersfield, CA
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Surly - $265 - Lakeside. CA
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bad pics, looks a little scrappy, but price is right
Too bad. I'd buy that Trucker. Is that electrical tape for the bars?
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$100. columbus,Oh.


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Originally Posted by Trakhak View Post
That would have been an older post. Last time I looked, he had come around to the idea that the tubing labeled "Raleigh 555" (and the other variants) was supplied by Tange or Ishiwata or another Asian manufacturer.

There are several arguments against the idea that the Raleigh-labeled tubing was relabeled Reynolds, the main one being that paying Reynolds to ship their expensive tubing from England to Taiwan, only to disguise it with a lookalike decal that says "Raleigh," thus diminishing the appeal of the bike, makes no sense.

The clincher, for me, is that, at the same time that most of the Raleigh USA models were labeled "Raleigh 555" and the like, the Raleigh USA Grand Prix had a genuine Reynolds 531 label. There would have been no point to correctly labeling one bike built with Reynolds tubing while simultaneously using Reynolds tubing in other frames but sticking the "Raleigh" label on those.

I was working in a shop that sold Raleigh bikes during that period. I wish it had occurred to me to ask the sales rep the retrospectively obvious question concerning the source of the tubing. New England reticence on my part, I guess.
Just to throw a little (trivia) mud in the waters: I had a tig-welded Mercier "Euro-something" frame, circa maybe '90s, that had been told was made (in Taiwan)with a tubing that was "licensed by Reynolds" for Taiwan manufacture.
Cannot recall the number, nor any more details, and cannot vouch for any of it being true, but could have been called Reynolds 525 (or pick your numbers: 5XX).
Besides this Mercier i don't think I've seen "Taiwan Reynolds tubing" anywhere else.
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Originally Posted by steine13 View Post

...the 'C' cutout in the BB shell is backwards when compared to mine.

The picture is left/right reversed, and therefore the crankset is installed on the correct side.
See what I mean? It's reversed on the white frame, no matter the incorrect installation of the crankset - and the number tag reads 246, so the photo's not reversed:



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Colnago C40 Art Decor - vintage carbon frame set Precisa Fork size M
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Originally Posted by unworthy1 View Post
Just to throw a little (trivia) mud in the waters: I had a tig-welded Mercier "Euro-something" frame, circa maybe '90s, that had been told was made (in Taiwan)with a tubing that was "licensed by Reynolds" for Taiwan manufacture.
Cannot recall the number, nor any more details, and cannot vouch for any of it being true, but could have been called Reynolds 525 (or pick your numbers: 5XX).
Besides this Mercier i don't think I've seen "Taiwan Reynolds tubing" anywhere else.
Can't quite read the details, but the decal on the Raleigh USA pictured below (from among a great many detailed pictures on this page) seems to be a conventional Reynolds (three tubes) 531 label, without (as far as I can see) a mention of Taiwan licensing. If someone reading this thread happens to own such a Grand Prix, posting an up-close picture of the decal would be a good addition here.

[Edit: the ". . . ed by" line at the bottom of the label bothered me---"Licensed by"?---so I downloaded another 531 label photo from the same page that was taken from the drive side. Zooming in on the helpfully high-resolution photo revealed the words are "Manufactured by TI REYNOLDS LIMITED, England."]


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1992 Peugeot CF 708P C - Reynolds 708 frameset - size 59 - mint condition, I have the same frame but in black and violet colors with a carbon fork and in my size equiped with shimano, it is a very remarkable frame which is comfy,rigid and quite snappy.708 classic isn't well known but it is a very good tubing with lots of qualities
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$750. san fran.


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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
See what I mean? It's reversed on the white frame, no matter the incorrect installation of the crankset - and the number tag reads 246, so the photo's not reversed:



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Possible proof that white frame was the first one built after a 3 hour lunch of fresh pasta, fresh baked bread and lotsa vino!!!
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Posted a day back inDerby, Kansas

Unsure if that is a Duo-Par RD?

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54cm/21" Schwinn Passage Road/Touring/Gravel Bike

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54cm higher end chromoly Columbus Tenax frame fits 5'4"-5'10" raange ideally, Sachs Huret 15 speed(3x5) with cantilever brakes, gel anatomical saddle, full tread 27x1 3/8" tires on quick release aluminum wheels(bike frame allows for 700cm wheel/tire upgrades), bottle cage, Blackburn rear rack, cleaned, lubed, professionally tuned and ready to ride now!





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Unsure if that is a Duo-Par RD?
Duopar or the Eco version. Hard for me to tell the difference at a glance.
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Your basic $79 Trek 420 - Not a 51cm bike and, judging from that seat post bolt and general condition, I'd bring a set of Allen keys and make sure post and stem move before I bought it.
** Per seller ** "spokes on the front wheel need adjusting because it is rubbing on the brakes"
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Trek 420 1990 Vintage Road Touring Bike Needs Light Work 51cm - $79


​​​​​​This is a pretty well sought-after Trek model from 1990. It has some collectable value in addition to being a really solid indestructible frame that is fairly light, strong, and holds its value.

I have screenshotted a current ebay listing for this same bike for $600 (see last pic).

Just last summer this bike was in rideable shape and was a very fast bike. New brakes/cables/housing in summer 2022.

However now the front tube is deflated, and the spokes on the front wheel need adjusting because it is rubbing on the brakes. These are the only issues, besides cosmetics, and the bike is pretty dirty.

Frame size is approximate but very close, I am 5' 7" and the bike is perfect for me.

The frame alone is going for more than what I have this posted for. If you are a bike person you could get this thing zipping in an hour.

If you aren't savvy, it would cost very little (maybe about $50-$100) at a bike shop to get it in good shape that would make it comparable to a $500-$600 bike today.

I don't have the time or interest; the frame is a bit above my pay grade with its collectable value and speed and I am more of a "knock-around" hybrid or mtb kind of person.This is a pretty well sought-after Trek model from 1990. It has some collectable value in addition to being a really solid indestructible frame that is fairly light, strong, and holds its value.

I have screenshotted a current ebay listing for this same bike for $600 (see last pic).

Just last summer this bike was in rideable shape and was a very fast bike. New brakes/cables/housing in summer 2022.

However now the front tube is deflated, and the spokes on the front wheel need adjusting because it is rubbing on the brakes. These are the only issues, besides cosmetics, and the bike is pretty dirty.

Frame size is approximate but very close, I am 5' 7" and the bike is perfect for me.

The frame alone is going for more than what I have this posted for. If you are a bike person you could get this thing zipping in an hour.

If you aren't savvy, it would cost very little (maybe about $50-$100) at a bike shop to get it in good shape that would make it comparable to a $500-$600 bike today.

I don't have the time or interest; the frame is a bit above my pay grade with its collectable value and speed and I am more of a "knock-around" hybrid or mtb kind of person.







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Cheap bike continues.....

posted 13hrs ago nears Athens Texas

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1987 Trek 400 Ellance - $100 (mabank)

Reynolos 531 steel, 58cm,18 speed, Shimano Deore gearing, Matrix rims, sealed hubs and crank tires are very good, will need a new tube in rear tire, I have a new tube to go with the bike, this bike has been a great rider , I cannot ride anymore, health.




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: other/unknown
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 58cm
handlebar type: bullhorn
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