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Old 01-04-24, 01:12 PM
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Miyata 914 $185

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1992 Bridgestone RB-1 54cm Well Preserved Shipping Available

$500 $650 · In stock
Listed in Pawtucket, RI
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No dents
There are some scratches and chips but the paint and decals are original.
The tires, front rim and pedals are not original.
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This one has all the mid 90s bling-iest bits.


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1994 Fat Chance shock a billy


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1994 Fat Chance Shock a Billy 1994 Fat Chance "Shock a Billy" Size Small Components include: Kooka brake levers Grip Shifts Rock Shock Mag 21( needs service) Frog pedals Shimano XT/XTR Blue anodized brake components Upgraded Risse rear shock (serviced) Syncros stem Ritchey bar ends
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I just saw this one, too. Might be a good deal if you're looking for a big PX-10 to fix up. (Hope I got that right.) No idea if it's still really for sale.

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Box O' tools - $50 - LA,CA
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Sekai 2400 $55

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In Paoli, Indiana. Seller asking $55 for Sekai 2400



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Originally Posted by Headpost
I just saw this one, too. Might be a good deal if you're looking for a big PX-10 to fix up. (Hope I got that right.) No idea if it's still really for sale.

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I think that one's been kicking around FB for quite a long time- IIRC it started at $300 or $400...
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Diamondback Master TG - $60 - Fountain Valley, CA
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Should be Shimano 600 like the Ironman Master

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Bianchi - $400 - Gardena, CA
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That integrated headset - lug is awfully nice looking. listed as a "1980 Bianchi"





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Originally Posted by SoCaled
A pretty good deal regardless, funny they put Abbey in the title, might be something but the green tool in the bottom isn't likely to be of much significance.

And even if they are Park, not a fan, especially at their prices but this is a good deal.
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Originally Posted by SoCaled

Bianchi - $400 - Gardena, CA
https://offerup.com/item/detail/eaa5...51b739?cid=7.4
That integrating headset - lug is awfully nice looking. listed as a "1980 Bianchi"
The date on the receipt looks like "1950" to me. The bike has clearly been updated.
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Originally Posted by SoCaled

Bianchi - $400 - Gardena, CA
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That integrating headset - lug is awfully nice looking. listed as a "1980 Bianchi"
Cool as ef, get in the DAMN CHOPPA!!!!
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex
I think that one's been kicking around FB for quite a long time- IIRC it started at $300 or $400...
Interesting and a bit odd at the same time, older "horn" style NDS RDO.

No real expert but thought those preceded that style livery.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Interesting and a bit odd at the same time, older "horn" style NDS RDO.

No real expert but thought those preceded that style livery.
No real expert here either, but my PX-10, with the same lugs and decals, which I think is a '73, has those same horns.

If some expert would chime in, I would like to know about those long chainstays. They seem longer than usual to me--maybe just because the wheel is slammed back in the dropouts, actually.




Originally Posted by ehcoplex
I think that one's been kicking around FB for quite a long time- IIRC it started at $300 or $400...
It's about your size, isn't it? . . . .
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Originally Posted by Headpost
No real expert here either, but my PX-10, with the same lugs and decals, which I think is a '73, has those same horns.

If some expert would chime in, I would like to know about those long chainstays. They seem longer than usual to me--maybe just because the wheel is slammed back in the dropouts, actually.






It's about your size, isn't it? . . . .
No claim to expertise, but I’m pretty sure the NDS dropout horn/tang was gone by ‘71- my ‘68 (or ‘69…) has it, neither ‘72 does- but this has the DT graphic that came in ‘71, so maybe they were still using them then. PX-10s are relatively ‘relaxed’ until ‘73 when the angles got steeper & fork rake diminished.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
The date on the receipt looks like "1950" to me. The bike has clearly been updated.
The receipt has an address with a zip code. The zip code system didn't go into effect until 1963. I think the 1980 receipt is for a completely different bike than the Bianchi. Looks to me like it says "Erickson".
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Originally Posted by merziac
Cool as ef, get in the DAMN CHOPPA!!!!
Reminds me of my early 60’s Bianchi Gran Sport, same color even!
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex
No claim to expertise, but I’m pretty sure the NDS dropout horn/tang was gone by ‘71- my ‘68 (or ‘69…) has it, neither ‘72 does- but this has the DT graphic that came in ‘71, so maybe they were still using them then. PX-10s are relatively ‘relaxed’ until ‘73 when the angles got steeper & fork rake diminished.
According this website it's a '71, which still has the horn; and so is mine. Sorry for the goof. I used to know that.

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Originally Posted by rando_couche
Both of mine did.
well that's curious since according to GitaneUSA.com both models that had (mostly) full Reynolds 531 tubing (as this "Cuevas" apparently does) the TdF and Super Corsa used:
"...Reynolds 531 tubing, Prugnat lugs, Vagner Fork Crowns, and Simplex (or for the SC Campy) dropouts..."
So what models were your two that had Bocama head-and-seat-lugs?
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And, speaking of Pugs, I would buy all of these just for the PX10 frame if it were local.

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Originally Posted by Headpost
No real expert here either, but my PX-10, with the same lugs and decals, which I think is a '73, has those same horns.

If some expert would chime in, I would like to know about those long chainstays. They seem longer than usual to me--maybe just because the wheel is slammed back in the dropouts, actually.




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No claim to expertise, but I’m pretty sure the NDS dropout horn/tang was gone by ‘71- my ‘68 (or ‘69…) has it, neither ‘72 does- but this has the DT graphic that came in ‘71, so maybe they were still using them then. PX-10s are relatively ‘relaxed’ until ‘73 when the angles got steeper & fork rake diminished.
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According this website it's a '71, which still has the horn; and so is mine. Sorry for the goof. I used to know that.

https://www.bikeboompeugeot.com/Fram...0Evolution.htm
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And, speaking of Pugs, I would buy all of these just for the PX10 frame if it were local.

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Nope, too small for me and already have a 62 and a 64.

Two very different horn styles here, both apparently Simplex and the blue frame is 60's I believe so if the white one is truly a 70's.....

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Looks like a roadside mortuary.
A bit of a sad display.
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Looks like a roadside mortuary.
A bit of a sad display.
Maybe so but the 60's PX-10 and the Windsor are finds none the less, especially at $50, very good deal for these.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
well that's curious since according to GitaneUSA.com both models that had (mostly) full Reynolds 531 tubing (as this "Cuevas" apparently does) the TdF and Super Corsa used:
"...Reynolds 531 tubing, Prugnat lugs, Vagner Fork Crowns, and Simplex (or for the SC Campy) dropouts..."
So what models were your two that had Bocama head-and-seat-lugs?
Both were TdF, mid-70s vintage, full 531db and Simplex dropouts. I could be mis-remembering the lugs, as this was almost 50 years ago and I have trouble remembering what I had for breakfast yesterday.
The other feature on the "Cuevas" that looks Gitane to me is the "cut and squash" seatstay treatment that was common on boom-era Gitanes.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
The receipt has an address with a zip code. The zip code system didn't go into effect until 1963. I think the 1980 receipt is for a completely different bike than the Bianchi. Looks to me like it says "Erickson".
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