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Old 07-15-09, 09:26 AM
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1987 Cannondale Touring Road 21" (56cm) - $250 (Milwaukee--East Side)

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This Cannondale touring bike is in good to great condition. Has been lightly used over its 22yr life span. Frame is in great condition. No dents.
Comes with a rear rack. This bike is ready to ride.

Currently the bike is on the East Side of Milwaukee. Price is firm.

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A member here? Too bad it's too big or I think I would pursue

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/1271320505.html

VINTAGE BIKE - $450 (san jose east)

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Vintage bike for sale. I do not have much information on this bike other than it was purchased in the 70's by my friend's father. I asked for information on http://www.bikeforums.net and only had one reply from a person who thought this could be a Japanese Miyata-Merckx because the dropouts are stamped Shimano. If you now where I can get information on this bike please send me an e-mail thank you. Cash only.
Dropouts are stamped Shimano.
Eddy Merckx decals
C TO C 25"
Wheelbase 41"
Top of Tube 24 1/2"
Standover 34"
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http://atlanta.craigslist.org/bik/1271328736.html

Here for Fans of Vintage Road Bike; Windsor Professional - $650 (Marietta, Ga)
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Look What I have sale today, and this is for fans of Vintage Road Bike. It's Windsor Professional 3 Dots Chrome Lug, Columbus tubing, and full loaded Campy Record Components. The Bike look like Show Room Condition. if you would like to own this beauty R.Bike then let me know. by the way frame site is 58. stand over is 33 inches. the price ask for sale is 650 but best offer will consider!!!! thank again.
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Brand New In Box 1974 Raleigh Internationals

I certainly wasn't expecting to see a drop-down box for my frame size choice on two 1974 Raleigh Internationals in unopened boxes. I called them, and they said they are "currently doing research to see what these things are worth." I'll take two?

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Originally Posted by scottferreter View Post
I certainly wasn't expecting to see a drop-down box for my frame size choice on two 1974 Raleigh Internationals in unopened boxes. I called them, and they said they are "currently doing research to see what these things are worth." I'll take two?

http://www.suburbansport.com/19rainrobine.html
Certainly never seen an offer like that before (although I sure someone will pipe up). Probably end up asking $1000 not
knowing that people have limits on production bikes.
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I think these Raleighs were posted in the C&V value sub-forum not long ago. I could be mistaken though
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Certainly never seen an offer like that before (although I sure someone will pipe up). Probably end up asking $1000 not
knowing that people have limits on production bikes.
http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=549720
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http://dallas.craigslist.org/sdf/bik/1271100471.html
58 cm paramount w/650c wheels?
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No, that's a typo. He doesn't mean 650C size wheels. Maybe it means Shimano 600, or maybe he saw a 650 somewhere. I'm sure it has 700C or 27" wheels.
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small frame RB - 1

Bridgestone RB-1 Synergy ladie's road bike, 50 cm, Shimano 105 group - $375 (san jose north)

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No, that's a typo. He doesn't mean 650C size wheels. Maybe it means Shimano 600, or maybe he saw a 650 somewhere. I'm sure it has 700C or 27" wheels.
You can tell from the photo? 650C was available ...

http://www.trfindley.com/flschwinn_1...92_Pmt_16.html

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even for a 58cm frame, those wheels look way too small to be 700c, let alone 27"
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some help please

I am a newbie. I used to ride a mountain bike to work earlier but gave up a few years ago. I am trying to get back in shape. I have heard a lot about Raleigh and wanted to get one for sometime now....
I am trying to purchase an old Raleigh Grand Prix
I do not know the year but the person offered it to me for a 100$. He did mention that the tires were in good condition but the bike would need some work

It is in excellent shape, with good tires and brakes, and everything works very well. The components are alloy and the hubs are quick-release. It is a 12-speed road bike with the turned-down bars and shifters on the down tube

I was wondering if this a good price?
i am attaching the pictures here
Any feedback would be appreciated
thanks
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Custom bike shorts....

not quite classic or vintage but rather funny
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Anybody in Germany?

Totally chromed Raleigh Sports in Germany.

http://cgi.ebay.de/Raleigh-Sports-Th...3%3A1|294%3A50
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63CM Moto Grand Record San Jose CL, $150!!
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/1272361438.html
needs work but at this price it's worth the effort, move fast if you want it.
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TREK Road bike - $60 (Brookfield)

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Trek 330 road bike in great shape.

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Originally Posted by cdcintern View Post
I am a newbie. I used to ride a mountain bike to work earlier but gave up a few years ago. I am trying to get back in shape. I have heard a lot about Raleigh and wanted to get one for sometime now....
I am trying to purchase an old Raleigh Grand Prix
I do not know the year but the person offered it to me for a 100$. He did mention that the tires were in good condition but the bike would need some work

It is in excellent shape, with good tires and brakes, and everything works very well. The components are alloy and the hubs are quick-release. It is a 12-speed road bike with the turned-down bars and shifters on the down tube

I was wondering if this a good price?
i am attaching the pictures here
Any feedback would be appreciated
thanks
You're asking in the wrong thread-- you need to make your own post asking the same question in the Appraisals and Inquiries subforum.
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Certainly never seen an offer like that before (although I sure someone will pipe up). Probably end up asking $1000 not
knowing that people have limits on production bikes.
Hum, wonder if this at $810 and still going will jack the price up even more.
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No, that's a typo. He doesn't mean 650C size wheels. Maybe it means Shimano 600, or maybe he saw a 650 somewhere. I'm sure it has 700C or 27" wheels.
650c, from the factory. Not sure why you think otherwise but you're incorrect.
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Centurion Accordo Bike - $150

http://southbend.craigslist.org/bik/1272714464.html


Hmmm. Interesting. Same seller has bike advertised in Chicago for only $120.

http://chicago.craigslist.org/nwi/bik/1272737180.html


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Hhmm... It cheaper in Indiana. Exchange rate?

Centurion Accordo - $120 (indiana)

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Centurion Accordo
Made in taiwan designed in usa
CRMO frame double butted tubes
Avenir gel seat
Exage Derailer
shimano shift levers (located on down tube)
Exage cantilever brakes

Front inner tube needs replaced is currently flat. Includes a cateye monitor.
$120.00

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http://atlanta.craigslist.org/bik/1272613401.html

Vintage Steel Road Bikes (Birmingham Al)
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Several Vintage Steel Road Bikes For Sale:

1983 Trek 58cm, Suntour V, cool Sugino crank, barcons. $200

Centurian Accordo 54cm, suntour components, rear rack $200

Fuji 62cm, red. $150

Focus SG300, Suntour LePree group with rare triple wheel deralleur, fenders. $200

Also: Raleigh Super Grand Prix 59cm, Mercier w/Campy 59cm, Bridgestone 56cm, Nishiki, more...



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1973 Paramount ebay

I'm sorry but I cannot post a link. The ebay item is 250463512747. What is interesting to me is that there are a couple of "established" bidders but the price seems to be driven up by at least four "zero feedback" bidders. Could this be shill bidding? Looks like a nice bike but the bidding makes me wonder.
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shelbyfv, the link to that auction is http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...fvi%3D1&_rdc=1

It's a lovely bike, but I believe it's a little newer than 1973. I don't think Campy made those brake calipers that early. The wheels are not original, either. I think those hubs are from later than 1973, too.

But it is worth buying anyway.

The guy's spelling and English are irritating. Why is writing correctly so hard? OK, I'm a hard-ass, but really.
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