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Old 08-03-23, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Here's a $200 Legend in greater Seattle.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...645706504.html

This might be the best deal currently on my local Craigs.
Thats one of Tom's bikes, I thought about buying that one but the piggy back shifter was the turn away for me. At one point that bike had a yellow Turbo saddle.

I'm pretty sure he would negotiate if one desires.
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Edit - not likely to be much in the way of "Bargins" estate sale company has a "bike guy" that did the pricing, supposedly between $250 and $1,200?

Estate sale in San Pedro, CA starts tomorrow, quite a collection, no indication on pricing. The Trek clearly sized at 60cm, not sure if they are all the same?
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^^^^^ Why are they all for tall people ..... Keep up the good work Socaled
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^^^^^ Why are they all for tall people ..... Keep up the good work Socaled
That's why I posted that Pink Lotus Supreme, I am sure you could find someone could facilitate for you
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Originally Posted by SoCaled
That's why I posted that Pink Lotus Supreme, I am sure you could find someone could facilitate for you
That pink Lotus has been on my mind but the logistic is keeping me from pursuing it besides that fact that i can't walking around the house without tripping on a bike or bicycle part . I also realized that the bay area and PNW are rich with vintage bikes and i have a nice connection there if i need help. So, for now just looking for smoking deals and confine the search areas to the left coast. I should deactivate my BF account or have the URL block is the sensible thing to do.
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66
Thats one of Tom's bikes, I thought about buying that one but the piggy back shifter was the turn away for me.

Does the aero shifter index shift the rear?

The other question I would have is why does the rear rim look so much more worn than the front.

He didn't take pics of the top tube, which looks a little beaten up.

Not sure I know Tom. In the title, it says Renton but the map shows Bellevue.
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Very clean Moto GR with an interesting mix of parts at a fair price. Sorry about the all caps.

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Originally Posted by SoCaled

Wow. My ideal size. Been trying to learn more about the purchase of a used Cinelli, and this comes far below what I would think a frameset would go for. Might just be my lack of knowledge of the upper crust vintage bike world, though.

Any glaring issues on this one? Original paint? Able to nail down a date? So much I don't know. But I'd love to grab something like this, if even just have to compare to the Huffy

Don't know if it's still available. But...any facilitators available in So Cal?

EDIT: So, roughly '77 from a basic search on feature changes throughout the years? After the top tube cable braze-ons in '77, and before the move to a headtube logo decal in '78?
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Wow. My ideal size. Been trying to learn more about the purchase of a used Cinelli, and this comes far below what I would think a frameset would go for. Might just be my lack of knowledge of the upper crust vintage bike world, though.

Any glaring issues on this one? Original paint? Able to nail down a date? So much I don't know. But I'd love to grab something like this, if even just have to compare to the Huffy

Don't know if it's still available. But...any facilitators available in So Cal?
PM me if you facilitating.... I don't live to far from Irvine. I can pick up ship if you decide to buy it. I can do a quick visual when pick up or do a face time call if needed at pickup for any last minutes discoveries or decisions. You can communicate with the seller, finalize you deal and let me know i can facilitate after that. Good luck.
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Not a Cinelli.
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$500. Henrietta,NY

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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Wow. My ideal size. Been trying to learn more about the purchase of a used Cinelli, and this comes far below what I would think a frameset would go for. Might just be my lack of knowledge of the upper crust vintage bike world, though.

Any glaring issues on this one? Original paint? Able to nail down a date? So much I don't know. But I'd love to grab something like this, if even just have to compare to the Huffy

Don't know if it's still available. But...any facilitators available in So Cal?

EDIT: So, roughly '77 from a basic search on feature changes throughout the years? After the top tube cable braze-ons in '77, and before the move to a headtube logo decal in '78?
I'm not an expert but...

the Columbus sticker is far newer than the era that the Cinelli decals are from



the seat cluster is not typical for a Supercorsa



the paint on the fork doesn't match the frame



dropouts are a much more modern type than you'd expect from early 1970s

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estate sale above is asking $1200.

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Originally Posted by merziac
Not a Cinelli.
Good catch!
In my limited experience there are more fake Cinellis out there than any other brand! Partly malice, partly ignorance, fooled by the Cinelli bottom bracket.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
Good catch!
In my limited experience there are more fake Cinellis out there than any other brand! Partly malice, partly ignorance, fooled by the Cinelli bottom bracket.
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Tx!

This was easy, whatever it is, its pretty nice but certainly not a Cinelli, seller obviously knows as the price is to good to be true for a real one.
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I'm not an expert but...

the Columbus sticker is far newer than the era that the Cinelli decals are from



the seat cluster is not typical for a Supercorsa



the paint on the fork doesn't match the frame



dropouts are a much more modern type than you'd expect from early 1970s
Yep, no bueno, fake.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Not a Cinelli.
Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I'm not an expert but...

the Columbus sticker is far newer than the era that the Cinelli decals are from



the seat cluster is not typical for a Supercorsa



the paint on the fork doesn't match the frame



dropouts are a much more modern type than you'd expect from early 1970s
Originally Posted by obrentharris
Good catch!
In my limited experience there are more fake Cinellis out there than any other brand! Partly malice, partly ignorance, fooled by the Cinelli bottom bracket.
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Ahh, see this is BF at its best, taking care of its own. Thank you.

Sure enough, when looking at, specifically, a 1977 Cinelli Super Corsa, the seat cluster is completely different, and the head badge on the legit one is the flat stamped metal for that vintage, whereas this one looks like the older embossed one, which makes no sense given the other later changes like the braze-ons. Good catch. And yea, you can plainly see that 'Made in Italy' sticker on the downtube is covering over the natural patina and scuff from the from brake adjuster damage on the side of the tube. AND the Cinelli logo looks too far down the tube. I thank Drillium Dude for hammering into me logo placement

This must be why I stick with Huffys lol Nobody is ever going to counterfeit a *true* Huffy, and if someone was actually insane enough to do so, your counterfeit would probably end up as a way nicer bike than the genuine article

Shark-infested waters, this upper echelon bike market is.
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Seat stay caps are wrong, yes? What else?
Lots, see other comments, fork crown, decals, braze on's which of course could have been added, decals, DO's, etc, etc.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Lots, see other comments, fork crown, decals, braze on's which of course could have been added, decals, DO's, etc, etc.
You're lightning quick. Deleted my comment when I saw the other comments, but you had already responded.
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You're lightning quick. Deleted my comment when I saw the other comments, but you had already responded.
No worries, having recently taken a BIG hit on a crappy real one, I am even more hyper sensitive about these.

No expert by any means but know enough to be dangerous, especially to myself.

This clown is a total tool, lucky I'm not close by, we would be having a "fun" conversation in person after I wound him up.

Funny thing is, that frame may be worth the ask for whatever it really is but not as a fake.

There was a "Strawberry" in Seattle a week or so ago, reached out to the seller and it sold before I could get some more questions answered.

Andy at Strawberry confirmed it wasn't one as I suspected so I told the seller after the fact just FYI, he wasn't happy and argued for a bit so that was fun.
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No worries, having recently taken a BIG hit on a crappy real one, I am even more hyper sensitive about these.

No expert by any means but know enough to be dangerous, especially to myself.

This clown is a total tool, lucky I'm not close by, we would be having a "fun" conversation in person after I wound him up.

Funny thing is, that frame may be worth the ask for whatever it really is but not as a fake.

There was a "Strawberry" in Seattle a week or so ago, reached out to the seller and it sold before I could get some more questions answered.

Andy at Strawberry confirmed it wasn't one as I suspected so I told the seller after the fact just FYI, he wasn't happy and argued for a bit so that was fun.
Appreciate you being so vigilant. I'm going to pick up an earlier Cinelli SC at some point and I sure want to everything to be as advertised.
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Originally Posted by tmnguuyen
PM me if you facilitating.... I don't live to far from Irvine. I can pick up ship if you decide to buy it. I can do a quick visual when pick up or do a face time call if needed at pickup for any last minutes discoveries or decisions. You can communicate with the seller, finalize you deal and let me know i can facilitate after that. Good luck.
You are awesome! Now that we know it isn't quite what it is presented to be, the search doth continue! However, your generosity is acknowledged, thank you! Hopefully I can find one as willing when I find that out-of-state Aerowind
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Ahh, see this is BF at its best, taking care of its own. Thank you.
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Appreciate you being so vigilant.
@merziac @jet sanchEz @obrentharris - Thanks for looking out and taking the time to help out and share knowledge
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