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Old 07-16-09, 11:42 AM
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As a n00B I don't even know how to judge this, but thought I'd throw it out there. If it is the most awesomest deal ever, let me know and/or cut me in!

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/1271999573.html

Bianchi - $300 (Racine)

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Nice Italian!! Bianchi 12 speed, 21 inch frame, Campagnolo Derailers, Lock Clipless pedals + stock pedals and frame pump. This bike has been stored for years great condition, though tires are dry and will need replacement.


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Thanks Tom. I've been watching the auction but the bidding history looks fishy. Incorrect parts, no decals and seller doesn't want any "comments." ???
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Vintage Rollfast Girls 26" Bike (Chrome says they)

IT'S A MIXTE! A pretty one too...check the headbadge.

Short springer too!

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Some nice looking smaller frames.
http://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bik/1272623204.html

TRADE (or sell): My Masi or Gios or Rossin frames for your frame(s) (Amesbury, MA)
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I am a collector of vintage italian steel road and track bikes. Ended up with a couple of frames that I am willing to trade for other of comparable value, or greater/lesser value (I can add/collect extra cash as needed).

First is a late ''80s Masi Nuovo Strada frame with Columbus SLX-SP. 49 c-t-c seat tube, 52 c-t-c top tube. Cinelli bottom bracket, Masi chrome fork, Columbuis chrome dropouts, chrome chainstay, lugged, engraved and detailed throughout frame and fork. 126mm spacing. Condition is excellent. Original decals and paint, no rust. Excellent alignment - never crashed. This one is a bit small for me - I usually fit a 50-52cm frame. Horizontal dropouts and wheel adjustment screws. This is an SLX-SP model handmake in Italy, not the later iteration of this model which was made with lesser ttubesets in the US. Perhaps you have something in this size to trade?

Next is a 2000 Gios MegaLite frame with Dedaccai Lite tubing. 50 c-t-c seat tube, 52.5 c-t-c top tube. Gios calls this a "52cm frame". Gios Team chrome lugged and engraved fork, Gios chrome dropouts, chrome chainstay. 130mm spacing. Condition is excellent as new,. Original decals and paint are perfect - not a scratch on this bike anywhere. Excellent alignment - never crashed. Horizontal dropouts and wheel adjustment screws. Handmade in Italy.

Finally a late '80s Rossin Pista (track) frame with Rossin proprietary tubeset. 49/50 c-t-c seat tube, 52 c-t-c top tube. Rossin track fork with very little rake, track spacing, and track fork ends. Lugged throughout. Condition is very good,. Original decals and paint. Excellent alignment - never crashed. Handmade in Italy. Very steep geometry.

If interested please phone 978-985-0578 to discuss. I will sell these outright if you prefer.

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RED ALERT -- '49 Raleigh DL-1 for $225 -- Newburgh, NY

http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/1274267147.html


Vintage Raleigh Rod-Brake 28" 3-speed - $225 (Newburgh, NY)

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Vintage Raleigh 3-speed. Rod brakes, 28-inch wheels, Sturmey-Archer 3-speed hub dated 12/49, 24.5" frame. Overall nice condition, new tires, unfortunately seat is torn, shifter spring needs adjustment, otherwise ready to ride. $225, located in Newburgh, NY, which is 1.25 hours north of Manhattan, 845-xxx-xxxx.




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RED ALERT -- '49 Raleigh DL-1 for $225 -- Newburgh, NY

http://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/1274267147.html


Vintage Raleigh Rod-Brake 28" 3-speed - $225 (Newburgh, NY)
OUCH!

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Old 07-17-09, 07:07 AM
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This one won't last
http://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/1274301157.html

Bianchi Sport SX Road Bike - $165 (Waltham)
Date: 2009-07-17, 7:35AM EDT
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This is a late 80's Bianchi Sport SX 12 speed road bike. Suntour/Diacomp ax5000 groupo, index shifting, Cr-Mo steel frame, 700x23 wheels. New: Panaracer tires, chain, seat, break pads, bar tape, and rebuilt bottom bracket. ~20 in. frame with 30.5" standover height. Horizontal dropouts.

$165.00 or BO, cash and local pickup only. Please leave call back number if interested. Thanks.

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Old 07-17-09, 08:49 AM
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OUCH!

Buns of steel?

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Old 07-17-09, 01:26 PM
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<porn>1987 Ritchey Commando</porn>

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Old 07-17-09, 01:59 PM
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1972 Paris-Sport huge, 69cm

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Ciocc World '77 61cm with Campy GS/NR with a bid at $228.....

Don't know how to post the whole listing, but this appears to me a mid/lower range Ciocc from late 70's or early 80's. The guy had it listed as buy it now for $338 last week but it didn't sell, so it can probably be had for less than $300. Not a bad deal for someone looking for a nice Italian steel vintage ride on a budget.

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Old 07-17-09, 02:24 PM
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Miyata 310 road bike - $160 (Salinas)

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Ciocc World '77 61cm with Campy GS/NR with a bid at $228.....

Don't know how to post the whole listing, but this appears to me a mid/lower range Ciocc from late 70's or early 80's. The guy had it listed as buy it now for $338 last week but it didn't sell, so it can probably be had for less than $300. Not a bad deal for someone looking for a nice Italian steel vintage ride on a budget.

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Crash damage on top tube??

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Crash damage on top tube??

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+1 Paint chipping on both TT and DT. And it does look like there's a bulge on the DT near the lower head tube lug.
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you guys have good eyes or something, i don't see a bulge or anything that would have made me believe it was crashed.

is the smoking gun the sort of matching paint chipping on top and downtube where they would have bent a bit? the fork appears straight though, no?
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A Ross touring bike
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Horrible pics and I'm not so sure about the ready to ride part but price sounds good. I'll check it out if someone's interested.


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I had one of these. Very nicely made frames with incredible ride.

http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/1275543721.html

Basso Gap road frame, 1983 - $225 (Arlington, MA)
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Basso Gap frame + fork, 1983, SN #305313. Size 48cm from center of BB to middle of top tube. Six-speed spacing. Full Columbus tubing, Cinelli BB shell with Italian thread (36 x 24F), Campagnolo drop-outs, chrome chainstays. Campagnolo Pista headset. Brazed-on top-tube and BB cable guides, front-derailleur mount and downtube shifter bosses. Modolo shift levers. Good condition, never crashed, with a few scratches and marks and a tiny bit of rust on the underside of the top tube. Ridden until about 1987, then put into clean storage. It has a stiff, snappy ride and is perfect for a short rider looking to race on a vintage frame; would also make an excellent fixed-gear bike. Cash only, buyer pick up.

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Anyone in the Toronto area that could assist me with a bike pickup?
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Trek Aluminum Road Bike - $75

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Buns of steel?

Or serious gastro intestinal problems.
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Here's one for Paramount hunters in the Midwest

Schwinn Road Bike - $300 (Green Bay)

Date: 2009-07-17, 6:07PM CDT
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Mid 1990's Schwinn Paramount road bike purchased used for $350 about 8 years ago. It was ridden minimally and has been hanging in the garage for the last 6 years. New seat, STI Shimano RSX shifters, 54cm frame, 7 speed, campy wheels, and a double crank.

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A bit tall for me, otherwise I would be driving there now.

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you guys have good eyes or something, i don't see a bulge or anything that would have made me believe it was crashed.

is the smoking gun the sort of matching paint chipping on top and downtube where they would have bent a bit? the fork appears straight though, no?
99.9% of the time the smoking gun is the chipped paint and it is possible to beend a frame without bending the fork and vice versa. All combos are possible: buldges in tube/no chip paint no buldges/chip paint bulkdges/chip paint and all of those with or without a bent fork.

Buldge in tube can be seen in this pic:

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Not sure how fresh this is, but here ya go

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/1274860449.html

HETCHINS!!!!! Solid Gold! - $1 (san jose north)

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WE have here a highly coveted Hetchins Road bike--- one of the most sought after road bikes in the world!! PLEASE LOOK AT PHOTOS in the IE Craigslist

I HAVE A NICE USED 70s HETCHINS ROAD BIKE THIS BIKE IS A RARE FIND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE PLEASE CALL ALBERT @ 951-966-4551 OR MONROE @ 909-641-9134 WE ARE TAKING OFFERS NOW PLEASE LOOK AT PHOTOS in the IE Craigslist
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The bike has Campagnolo and dura ace components, very intricate designed frame and fork..

here is what the Editor of the Hetchins.org website said:

Albert,


What you have there is a Spyder model, and a rather nice one. Not all Spyders had the extra ornament running down below the seat cluster.


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