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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 03-29-12, 02:55 PM
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$140 cro-mo Bridgestone Mixte with racks...

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Originally Posted by dmcdam
Hmmmmmmmmmm, fork rake looks a bit tighter than any Marinoni I have seen/ridden.
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I rode a Firenze all through High School. They gave them away in Madison WI at an appliance/furniture store with any purchase. Buy a Laz-E-Boy and get a free 10-speed. Buy a Microwave, get a free 10-speed. Buy a dishwasher...you get the picture. The place was called American TV or Crazy TV Lenny's -depending on the day of the week I think. Crazy TV Lenny gave away a million free bikes over a period of 10 years or so.

The Firenze was indestructible. Mine was a virtual CX bike and took it off-road on single-tracks and even would ride it around the BMX track regularly. INDESTRUCTIBLE. I was racing Moto-cross and Enduro at the time and could really cook on a bicycle and the thing took all the abuse I could throw at it. Bent a few forks but those were pretty available to swap out. True the wheels every once in a while and that was about all it ever needed. Thing probably weighed 35lbs though.
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Ron Cooper Tandem

This is a really nice looking machine atmo. It's a shame it's out on the left coast...

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/2919155146.html

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HOW DID I MISS THAT?!?!?

Gratzie.
You got it, then? You're lucky it was too tall for me ;-)
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Funny how the seller fails to mention the bent fork.

MOTOBECANE Road Bike (60 cm) - Super LIGHT - $250 (Downtown LA)


https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac...929561440.html

Super LIGHT motobecane Grand Record (60 cm) made in France.
10 speeds
Suntour Cyclone components
Triple butted frame
Original handlebar tape
Good tires
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For Mixte fans. Perhaps overpriced, but looks classy to me.

Vintage Italian Road Bike - $195 (Columbus)

Date: 2012-03-29, 3:54PM EDT
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27" Vintage 1966 Botteccia, Campione Del Mondo road bike. 10 speed carrier hinge, Shimano rear derailer. All original stickers, in great shape. Tuned-up at bike shop this past year. Has a gel seat and a back bike rack.










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1987 Pantographed Bianchi (25")Black - $450 (Billerica)

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This is a rare Japanese Cromoly Double Butted bike with all Suntour 6 speed Indexed shifting Components.

The rear seat stays are stamped "Bianchi" & all drop-outs are stamped "Bianchi" . Side tops of fork crown are Stamped with a "B". I've been looking for 3 years for this same bike in a slightly smaller frame and have not been able to find one.

I believe that 1987 was the last year for Bianchi to have pantographed frames (Bianchi stamped). 1987 was the only year that Bianchi pantographing (stamped on frame) was done on any Japanese Bianchi. Bike is light and fast.

I polished the aluminum rims. Spokes are stainless steal. Wheel bearings have been cleaned and re-greased.

All Bearings have been cleaned and packed with new grease. Brand new Kevlar gum wall High Pressure Tires and brand new chain and brand new cloth bar tape. Original "Bianchi Selle Italia" seat (no rips or tears) and all original components.

Send me your number and the best time to call, I will call you ASAP. High-Rez pictures are available on request.
If you send me your number and the best time to call, I will call you ASAP. High-Rez pictures are available on request.
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Old 03-29-12, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by ecnewell
You got it, then? You're lucky it was too tall for me ;-)
I wish...I sent a message, no reply thus far.
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Thats funny two weeks ago this was advertised as an '86 and the last year for pantographed frames. It is actually an '87 Sport SX with Suntour Alpha 5000, the original MSRP was about $420. If he can get $450 for that I'll have to try and sell mine too.

Originally Posted by bikemore
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/2929718017.html




This is a rare Japanese Cromoly Double Butted bike with all Suntour 6 speed Indexed shifting Components.

The rear seat stays are stamped "Bianchi" & all drop-outs are stamped "Bianchi" . Side tops of fork crown are Stamped with a "B". I've been looking for 3 years for this same bike in a slightly smaller frame and have not been able to find one.

I believe that 1987 was the last year for Bianchi to have pantographed frames (Bianchi stamped). 1987 was the only year that Bianchi pantographing (stamped on frame) was done on any Japanese Bianchi. Bike is light and fast.

I polished the aluminum rims. Spokes are stainless steal. Wheel bearings have been cleaned and re-greased.

All Bearings have been cleaned and packed with new grease. Brand new Kevlar gum wall High Pressure Tires and brand new chain and brand new cloth bar tape. Original "Bianchi Selle Italia" seat (no rips or tears) and all original components.

Send me your number and the best time to call, I will call you ASAP. High-Rez pictures are available on request.
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Originally Posted by dmcdam
Seems like a good price for a marinoni.
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* Vintage Cilo Road Bike Tall * - $220 (Mechanicsville)

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High quality Swiss Road bike by Cilo. Lightweight Reynolds 531 fork and frame. Entire bike under 22 lbs. Tall 61CM ( 24" ) frame. 34" standover height. . Character marks from being loved and ridden a lot. Loaded with vintage parts. Shimano 600 rear derailleur. 14 speed friction shifted. Shimano RX-100 brake levers, ALL OTHER COMPONENTS DURA-ACE. Mavic 700Wheels. Small dent in upper rh seat tube. Was that way when purchased used 15 years ago. Vintage components worth more than the asking price. Adult trade in bikes considered. Call for appointment. Thanks, Tim

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Not a friend, but I've bought a frame from Tim; he's a capable, professional bike restorer.
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Schwinn chicago le tour luxe touring bike - $95 (plantation)

1985 SCHWINN LE TOUR LUXE TOURING BIKE QUALITY MADE IN CHICAGO
48CM, C TO C - WILL FIT RIDERS 5' TO 5'7"
VINTAGE BIKE DESIGNED AS A TOURER, BUT PROVIDES A SMOOTH COMFORTABLE RIDE FOR PLEASURE RIDING AROUND TOWN.
THIS BIKE IS IN GREAT CONDITION (CONSIDERING IT IS A 1985.)
IT HAS NEW;
TIRES AND TUBES
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IT IS IN READY TO RIDE CONDITION, IT NEEDS NOTHING.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A TEST RIDE, CALL 954-321-8263 AND ASK FOR ANGELO.

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For $40 you can't go wrong:
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/2930564445.html
Nishiki Century Road Bike - $40 (Dorchester)

Date: 2012-03-30, 10:31AM EDT
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Nishiki Century Road Bike, Looks Nice Everything Works But Could Use A Tuneup, Tire In Good Shape, But Inner Tubes Are Needed, Very Nice Purchase At $40, Please Call, 857-258-3915, Sorry I Am Not Able To Reply By Text Or Email




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Price is a little high IMO, but after seeing another thread on here yesterday about a pink Trek, figured I'd post this.

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1985 700 Series, 12 Speed Trek -- Excellent condition - $600 (Burton, TX)

Date: 2012-03-29, 4:57PM CDT
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This is a great bike in excellent working condition. It is really clean and no rust is present. It is a 1985, limited series, 12 speed, 700 series. There are many accessories including a bike pump, repair kit, 2 water bottles, and a cyclometer, all of which were purchased new with the bike. It is really Many of the parts are Campagnolo including the brakes, gears, and pedals. The handle bars are Cinelli, and the wheels are Mavic. The bike frame is 22 inches. The tires are flat and I am unsure if they are useable. If you would like additional pictures just let me know. I live in Burton, but I would be glad to come towards Houston or somewhere in between. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me on my cell phone at (405) 659-3962. My name is Bo. Please no calls after 10 p.m. Thanks, and have a great day.













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Originally Posted by nikku
Price is a little high IMO, but after seeing another thread on here yesterday about a pink Trek, figured I'd post this.

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1985 700 Series, 12 Speed Trek -- Excellent condition - $600 (Burton, TX)

Date: 2012-03-29, 4:57PM CDT
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This is a great bike in excellent working condition. It is really clean and no rust is present. It is a 1985, limited series, 12 speed, 700 series. There are many accessories including a bike pump, repair kit, 2 water bottles, and a cyclometer, all of which were purchased new with the bike. It is really Many of the parts are Campagnolo including the brakes, gears, and pedals. The handle bars are Cinelli, and the wheels are Mavic. The bike frame is 22 inches. The tires are flat and I am unsure if they are useable. If you would like additional pictures just let me know. I live in Burton, but I would be glad to come towards Houston or somewhere in between. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me on my cell phone at (405) 659-3962. My name is Bo. Please no calls after 10 p.m. Thanks, and have a great day.














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I don't think that's high at all...I'd be asking around that for a high end Trek with high end parts. If that were local, I'd buy it and love it.
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This is not craigslist but I did not want to make a new thread, is this worth the price?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/300687240229...#ht_500wt_1413
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Originally Posted by Phaseshift
This is not craigslist but I did not want to make a new thread, is this worth the price?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/300687240229...#ht_500wt_1413
There is no price, it is an auction with 3 days left. Are you asking what it is worth or was there a BIN option?
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There is no price, it is an auction with 3 days left. Are you asking what it is worth or was there a BIN option?
I'm asking for what it's worth, or if the price goes above *** it's not worth it anymore
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Question. so you post your ad here by the looks of it. Than if any BF members want to buy it does this site charge a fee?
if yes how much. and how do we handle the transaction. Pay pal, Cash, Post it on ebay. any information is welcomed.

I just restored a Schwinn super sport and a 81 motobecane jubilee sport and will sell one i usually use CL or ebay buy wow this thread is specific to vintage bikes. NIce.

Any members who purchased from here tell me how. Both bikes are perfect condition.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/bik/2930863037.html
'83 Team Fuji 58cm fully upgraded - $450 (Lowell/Boston)

Date: 2012-03-30, 12:58PM EDT
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1983 Team Fuji - chromoly quadbutted steel
58cm metallic brown (looks more eggplant to me)

Specs:
rear wheel Shimano Dura Ace/Mavic Open Pro
front wheel Formula/Mavic CXP22
Sugino Mighty cranks 53/46/34
IRD freewheel 13/16/20/24/28
Shimano 600 front derailleur
Suntour rear derailleur & downtube shifters (original)
Nitto stem / nice Sugino seatpost
Tektro R536 brakes & levers --new pads, cables, & original housing matches frame color
MKS sylan pedals w/ white Christophe toe clips (not in picture)
Selle Italia white Turbo saddle / white 700x23 Gran Compe tires (brand new/never ridden!)

I've had this bike about 2 years & rode it primarily as a commuter, with the occasional long distance tour. Within the first year I had it I upgraded the brakes/levers, saddle, tires, & bars. Last fall I decided to upgrade the wheels & had the rear wheel custom built with a NOS Dura Ace hub laced to an Open Pro. The IRD freewheel was also purchased new at that time. The front wheel was taken from a wheelset I'd purchased new at the same time. Since I've had these wheels the bike has never seen rain or foul weather, meaning these almost new wheels have never been exposed to damaging conditions. I built a winter bike last fall which I've been riding since so this bike hasn't even had much road time with these wheels yet. I have maintained this bike with great care since I've had it, keeping it clean, lubed, & tight. I also just put on brand new Gran Compe tires which haven't even touched road yet (the tires in the pic are fyxations which i'm keeping). The white color scheme I went with also tends to draw approving eyes. If desired I also have other saddles & tires to choose from if you don't like white or find the Turbo uncomfortable (I actually would like to keep it if possible). I truly love this bike & it's sad to see it go but I've decided to upgrade to a more suitable road bike as I've gotten more into long distance touring. Last week during one of those summer days I rode it from Lowell to Nahant & back, about 60 miles. This bike is solid & can fly! I've just become a more serious cycler & want to keep up with a more appropriate bike. I've seen the **** people sell on craiglist, this bike is well worth the price. It's suitable for someone 5'11-6'3 or so. Email any questions & feel free to request more detailed photos. I currently live in Lowell so it'd be easier if you came here, but I can meet in Boston if needed.


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Originally Posted by Desertrats97
Question. so you post your ad here by the looks of it. Than if any BF members want to buy it does this site charge a fee?
if yes how much. and how do we handle the transaction. Pay pal, Cash, Post it on ebay. any information is welcomed.

I just restored a Schwinn super sport and a 81 motobecane jubilee sport and will sell one i usually use CL or ebay buy wow this thread is specific to vintage bikes. NIce.

Any members who purchased from here tell me how. Both bikes are perfect condition.
No, but I understand how it might look that way. This thread is strictly for pointing out good/interesting deals that other people are selling, whether it be on eBay, craiglist, or elsewhere. There is a separate subsection of this forum for sales, and it requires upgrading to a paid membership to start a thread there. It's a great deal, much less hassle than eBay, and you only pay once (annually.)
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Thanks for the info. i will sign up and post the bikes on sale as soon as im decide on what to keep.

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on the team fuji, I had to kinda smile when I read the implication that going 60 miles would call for a different sort of bike....I was expecting at least 3 digits!
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on the team fuji, I had to kinda smile when I read the implication that going 60 miles would call for a different sort of bike....I was expecting at least 3 digits!
I sort of understand what the guy means. I have a 1984 Fuji Team and frame geo is more for crits. Riding 60 miles would be uncomfortable and 100 miles unthinkable. Now, I have done 300 miles in three days on a 1986 Fuji Club but that bike is made for all day cruising.
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