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

Old 03-20-13, 01:19 PM
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Per thread rules, you need to put that in the sales part of the forum and state an explicit price. Delete your ad ... please.
Thanks, Tim. I appreciate the help, and sorry for not knowing the rules.
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[h=2]English Old Bike - $150 (South of Philadelphia)[/h]
I have this excelent bike that is in great condition. I am moving out of state and cannot take it with me.

If interested please email me at k.walter@likeableskate.com

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Originally Posted by Ancient Mariner
Thanks, Tim. I appreciate the help, and sorry for not knowing the rules.
Not a problem...... Every now and then this happens. Some of the mods get unhappy about it, and it's best to self-moderate so everyone is OK with what is going on.
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[h=2]Dave Moulton / John Howard - $1 (hayward / castro valley)[/h]https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/3694068497.html

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Beat me to it^!! I think that's one for somebody to look hard at: a 54cm for $600 asking price...so here it is again:

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/3694068497.html
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Potentially interesting, but no photo:

Raleigh Mtn. Touring Bike - $100 (CubeSmart Storage)

Raleigh Elkhorn Mountain Touring Bike, Raleigh Sealed Bearings, Raleigh 575 MT Fork Blades, Raleigh 575 MT Chrome Moly, Suntour Gears, Shimano Brakes, Sakae FX Pedals, Velo Webspring Seat, Sigino/Sugmo Seat Post, 18 -- Speed 21- 93, 175 Japan 85125, Raleigh Alloy Ribs/Rims, Tan Sidewall Tires (new), Broken Yellow Reflector on front right pedal, Red Water Bottle Holder. Needs Repair. Call 786.566.9683 anytime for appointment to see this outstanding bargain. Must sell by MARCH 30TH. CASH ONLY. Call 786.566.9683 and I will meet you at CubeSmart facility. WD-40,
other lubricants and elbow grease will be required for restoration.
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but here's another, not quite so rare: a 50cm Paris Sport (built be Starnord in France) with nice Stronglight crank: $290, also in the East Bay (San Leandro):
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/3694053876.html
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Ginormous Panasonic (I think the current owner isn't quite tall enough yet )

PANASONIC - Sport 1000 - bike - $130 (Boynton Beach )



For Sale:

Panasonic Sport 1000 (made in Japan) - 12 speed - EXTRA TALL

minimal surface rust consistent with its age
new gear cables
bike shifts and brakes well
Sella Italia saddle

CLEAN!!!!
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^Great example of the 70cm/27.5" frames that were often produced during the era.
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Here's a very interesting, very early fillet brazed Schwinn;
https://thecabe.com/vbulletin/showthr...ew-World-badge
And the wheelset, fixed gear skip tooth;
https://thecabe.com/vbulletin/showthr...c-track-wheels
Note, the rear facing dropouts are track drops, not the things that came on prewar production bikes.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/3694925871.html

[h=2]bridgestone racing bike - $350 (riverside ri)[/h]

bridgestone 12 speed racing bike w/clip-ins for your feet. this was the cats meow 20 years ago great shape, shimano equipment extra light 48cm frame about 19" with 26" wheels great training bike. $350/bo call roger at 401-432-4826
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Old 03-21-13, 10:49 AM
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[h=2]Colnero cyclocross frameset 60cm - $200 (Brookline/Coolidge Corner)[/h]

In the interest of thinning my herd, I'm selling a 1970s (?) Colnero cyclocross frame set. Not a lot of info out there on this brand. Some seem to think they're Italian made; others say Belgian. Whatever it is, this example does seem reasonably well made with Campagnolo dropouts front and rear, long points lugs with diamond cut out, and English threaded bottom bracket and steerer (takes a 22.2mm stem). Takes a 27.2mm post, an indication of a high-quality tubeset. Overall weight of frame/fork/headset is 7.14 lbs.

This frameset is used, but in excellent structural shape (no dings or dents). While the paint is in overall very good shape, there are some rub marks here and there. Details are as follows:

--23.5"/60 cm seat tube measured center to top or 58 cm center to center, 22"/56 cm top tube (measured center to center), 42cm chain stay, 88cm wheelbase.
--English threaded bottom bracket and headset; takes a 22.2mm stem.
--Takes a 27.2mm seat post and 700c wheels
--Rear triangle is spaced at 122mm; front at 100mm.
--Includes Hattaswan headset in good condition.

$200 firm price, cash only.
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Interesting anti spam strategy....

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/3632563936.html
[h=2]Acorn handlebar bag-tan (providence)[/h]

very good condition. zipper works fine. obsolete color. handmade by husband/wife team in california
to weed out spammers tell me who Clinton's V.P. was. no name, no response

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Ha! That's nlerner's famous fence of flipping. I'd know it anywhere!

Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/3694217490.html
Colnero cyclocross frameset 60cm - $200 (Brookline/Coolidge Corner)



In the interest of thinning my herd, I'm selling a 1970s (?) Colnero cyclocross frame set. Not a lot of info out there on this brand. Some seem to think they're Italian made; others say Belgian. Whatever it is, this example does seem reasonably well made with Campagnolo dropouts front and rear, long points lugs with diamond cut out, and English threaded bottom bracket and steerer (takes a 22.2mm stem). Takes a 27.2mm post, an indication of a high-quality tubeset. Overall weight of frame/fork/headset is 7.14 lbs.

This frameset is used, but in excellent structural shape (no dings or dents). While the paint is in overall very good shape, there are some rub marks here and there. Details are as follows:

--23.5"/60 cm seat tube measured center to top or 58 cm center to center, 22"/56 cm top tube (measured center to center), 42cm chain stay, 88cm wheelbase.
--English threaded bottom bracket and headset; takes a 22.2mm stem.
--Takes a 27.2mm seat post and 700c wheels
--Rear triangle is spaced at 122mm; front at 100mm.
--Includes Hattaswan headset in good condition.

$200 firm price, cash only.
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Posted: 2013-03-20, 9:26PM EDT
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I thought Colnero was Ernsto's dumping grounds for cheaply made frames that he didn't want to associate with Colnago but when he wanted to expand into the low end market. No? It's just my size and I'd thought about hitting up his ebay auction (https://www.ebay.com/itm/Colnero-stee...item4ac293099f) for it as I am looking for a lugged steel road bike, but decided I'm really looking for one with calipers instead of canti brakes.
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This is an odd/interesting Raleigh. Looking closely at the pictures it looks like a repaint, if it is a Raleigh it's unlike any I have seen and certainly not in the "Technium" category.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Raleigh-myst...item20d06bf94b
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I thought Colnero was Ernsto's dumping grounds for cheaply made frames that he didn't want to associate with Colnago but when he wanted to expand into the low end market. No? .....
I believe those were Colner's....
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Originally Posted by bici_mania
I believe those were Colner's....
Ah, didn't realize there was a difference. One little letter can change things.
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$250
Centurion Pro Tour 15

This early 80's Centurion has the potential to be a really unique vintage ride. This 54-56cm frame has the Tange Champion #2 lugged chromoly/steel tube set. This bike was the premier mass produced touring bike of its day with a 40 spoke rear wheel and 36 spoke front wheel, and the braze-ons for attaching front and rear racks, it could be used for any touring you wanted to tackle in the future. Notice the chrome on the drop outs and the accent by the seat clamp, my understanding is that to get those accents the manufacture would have generally chromed the whole frame then painted over it. So this frame is chrome plated under the baby blue original paint, with a little time the paint could be stripped off the lugs for a classic vintage look or the entire frame could be stripped to reveal the chrome underneath for a truly unique look, or just leave it stock. I bought this bike from the original owner, and from what I can tell the only items that are not original manufacture spec parts are the seat, tires, and maybe the bar tape. It has Suntour Cyclone M-II on the rear derailleur and Suntour Mountain Tech on the front. There are 15 gears (5 in back 3 up front) Vintage Dia-compe canti brakes with Gran-Compe brake levers. There is a nice mix of Sugino, Tange, and Suntour parts to complete the rest of the components. This bike was ridden in its day but well maintained so there will be the usual marks from use. Thanks for making it this far in the ad, call or TXT preferred, reasonable offers will be considered, I accept cash only. If you want it shipped call me and we can discuss options.

https://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218...rch=&ad_cid=12
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This looks promising:

claude butler racing bike - $225 (coral springs)



very nice bike missing one pedal and rear tire has leak Vinny 917 642 5294 has original leather seat!! measurements seat tube 19 1/2 seat tube to front 19 1/2 angle tube 22 inches
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I'm not sure why this one appeals to me, but I'm tempted to go take a look at it:

VINTAGE BRIDGESTONE KABUKI PICNICA WAGON TRICYCLE - $125



See attached pictures of this beautiful vintage tricycle... It has a few cosmetic defects (slight rusting on fenders). The pictures are of the actual tricycle.

All parts are original as far as I know. The incredible thing about this tricycle is how the front part of the frame is articulated; it turns on a longitudinal axis. This allows the front wheel to develop some serious camber when turning, and provides great stability at tight turning radii. The small rear wheels and narrow track help also. The trike is collapsible for ease of transport. I have seen these sold on eBay for a much higher price than I am asking.

Location: Pompano
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[h=2]Tall Fuji touring bike - $333 (mpls)[/h] 64cm
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I'm not sure why this one appeals to me, but I'm tempted to go take a look at it:

VINTAGE BRIDGESTONE KABUKI PICNICA WAGON TRICYCLE - $125


I had one of those and it was a fun ride, to say the least. Great grocery getter!



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Originally Posted by Chris_in_Miami
This looks promising:

claude butler racing bike - $225 (coral springs)



very nice bike missing one pedal and rear tire has leak Vinny 917 642 5294 has original leather seat!! measurements seat tube 19 1/2 seat tube to front 19 1/2 angle tube 22 inches
Wow, that is a beaut! Do the wheels look smaller than 700c to anyone else? Or is it just my eyes?
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They kinda do. Might be some 590s...
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