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Old 05-02-13, 05:55 PM
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Cambio corsa frame on the cheap

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No fork and it's a repaint, so it might have seen a front end collision. Or maybe not. And even if it has, it's pretty enough to be wall art.

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Italian road race bike, handbuilt, lugged
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Centurion Elite 12 (I think?) for $140.

Kind of a mishmash of components, but looks to be in great shape. Seems like a decent deal given the condition and the Cyclone RD.

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Sent to me by a friend living in the area;

Colnago SLX Conic Campy Delta Stunning

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Looks like a 70's Masi in Denver: $1000

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Schwinn Le Tour Luxe touring road bike - $250 (woburn)





Amazing back in the day touring bike still has miles to go before it sleeps with recent tune-up, new tires, cables and bar wrap. Frame is Columbus Tenax, brakes are Dia-Compe with Shimano XT brake pads. Downtube shifters have been replaced with Suntour Accushift bar-end shifters. Comes with original equipment Jim Blackburn rack. Bike comes with 30-day mechanical warranty, buy with confidence. Frame size is 23 inches (58cm) with a 32 inch standover height. Check it out, cheers, Mike 781-929-2684. no phishers please



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Don't know what to say about this one.

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[h=2]RARE PPV (people powered vehicle) - $250 (danvers)[/h]

Made in the 1970s if you look on wikipedia you'll see a yellow one restored and this is the same original yellow. They are worth thousands restored and they're totally cool anyway.
I believe the drive train is all there as you can see by the photos. I have only ever seen one on the road and that was in Marblehead in the 70s and it actually may have been this one.
Somebody installed a motor and battery, I would take those out first and throw them in the trash. A cool piece of history with the ability to break necks "the ones watching you go by, not the passengers". $250 is a cheap way to begin a restoration, or will trade for home on the water. Call Mark @ 978.210.9901
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Don't know what to say about this one.

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bik/3775886847.html
RARE PPV (people powered vehicle) - $250 (danvers)



Made in the 1970s if you look on wikipedia you'll see a yellow one restored and this is the same original yellow. They are worth thousands restored and they're totally cool anyway.
I believe the drive train is all there as you can see by the photos. I have only ever seen one on the road and that was in Marblehead in the 70s and it actually may have been this one.
Somebody installed a motor and battery, I would take those out first and throw them in the trash. A cool piece of history with the ability to break necks "the ones watching you go by, not the passengers". $250 is a cheap way to begin a restoration, or will trade for home on the water. Call Mark @ 978.210.9901
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[h=2]Vitus Carbone Kevlar frame - $325 (Saco, ME)[/h] Vintage Vitus Carbone Kevlar bonded Aluminium frame 60cm,1inch head tube. This frame is in near new condition.





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[h=2]BRIDGESTONE RACING SERIES. RB-2 - $225[/h]

BRIDGESTONE RACING - $225

Lightweight and fast racing bike
Needs new tires chain and tune up
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From the Bridgestone Racing Series...model RB -2

14 speed
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Top Tube (TT): 21"
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If i had spare cash I'd probably go for this.

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[h=2]Astro Daimler Road Bike - Campagnolo Equipped - $195 (Gloucester)[/h]Sweet, quality Austro Daimler Superleight road bike. I have no tape measure right now because my toddler unraveled it all, but by eyeing it I'd say its around a 52cm frame. Campagnolo brakes, shifters, derailleurs. Wolber alloy rims. 12 speed. Light as anything! Frame has some light rust and paint is kinda rough, but dude, this bike is awesome. $195 in Gloucester, which is wicked fah from Boston, guy, but I'm right by the train station and I'm around kinda whenever.

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Pretty sure that has a 57cm TT. For some God unknown reason, A-D used 57cm tts on their full size range at one point. Buyer beware.
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Vintage 1968-ish Torpado Italian Road Bike - $200 (Denver)

https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/3783097673.html

Is this a good deal? I'm not interested, but still clicked the link at least twice.



Best guess is 1968 on this bike. No older than 1972. Original Wing-Nutted hubs on the rear. Columbus steel frame and the chrome still looks very good considering the age. Paint and stickers have seen better days, but the Torpado's of this era had a poor track record for the stickers staying on. I have read that most of these came with Simplex or Campagnolo transmission, this bike has the Gian Robert set of shifters and derailleurs. Breaks are Balilla. One of the wheels needs a spoke. New tires and some break work along with a tune-up and this bike is ready to ride. Also a nice vintage bike if you are looking for one to turn into a fixed gear bike. If you have any questions, let me know and I will try my best to answer them.
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Originally Posted by CO_Hoya
https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/3783097673.html

Is this a good deal? I'm not interested, but still clicked the link at least twice.



Best guess is 1968 on this bike. No older than 1972. Original Wing-Nutted hubs on the rear. Columbus steel frame and the chrome still looks very good considering the age. Paint and stickers have seen better days, but the Torpado's of this era had a poor track record for the stickers staying on. I have read that most of these came with Simplex or Campagnolo transmission, this bike has the Gian Robert set of shifters and derailleurs. Breaks are Balilla. One of the wheels needs a spoke. New tires and some break work along with a tune-up and this bike is ready to ride. Also a nice vintage bike if you are looking for one to turn into a fixed gear bike. If you have any questions, let me know and I will try my best to answer them.
Looks like Nervex lugs. Sounds reasonable.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
Pretty sure that has a 57cm TT. For some God unknown reason, A-D used 57cm tts on their full size range at one point. Buyer beware.
Most of the Reynolds tubesets from the early 1970s that had Imperial diameters had 57cm top tubes --- from the shortest to the tallest seat tubes. Things start to change later in the 70s, and the metric (Read: French) sizes can be slightly different. If it's 531 from the early 70s, a 57cm top tube is a good guess. All of the Carlton Raleighs from 1970 to about 1974 had 57cm top tubes, for example.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Don't know what to say about this one.

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/bik/3775886847.html
RARE PPV (people powered vehicle) - $250 (danvers)



Made in the 1970s if you look on wikipedia you'll see a yellow one restored and this is the same original yellow. They are worth thousands restored and they're totally cool anyway.
I believe the drive train is all there as you can see by the photos. I have only ever seen one on the road and that was in Marblehead in the 70s and it actually may have been this one.
Somebody installed a motor and battery, I would take those out first and throw them in the trash. A cool piece of history with the ability to break necks "the ones watching you go by, not the passengers". $250 is a cheap way to begin a restoration, or will trade for home on the water. Call Mark @ 978.210.9901
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Just say no.
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Kinda cool lookin'

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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Most of the Reynolds tubesets from the early 1970s that had Imperial diameters had 57cm top tubes --- from the shortest to the tallest seat tubes. Things start to change later in the 70s, and the metric (Read: French) sizes can be slightly different. If it's 531 from the early 70s, a 57cm top tube is a good guess. All of the Carlton Raleighs from 1970 to about 1974 had 57cm top tubes, for example.
Thanks for the lesson - I had no idea it went past just A-D. Maybe my memory is off, but I had a 73' Raleigh International - 53cm as I recall - and the TT wasn't 57. Pretty sure it was 55.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
Thanks for the lesson - I had no idea it went past just A-D. Maybe my memory is off, but I had a 73' Raleigh International - 53cm as I recall - and the TT wasn't 57. Pretty sure it was 55.
Seeming '71 International I have recently acquired has a ~54cm TT, it seems (20.5" frame, i.e. ~50.5 cm ctc, ~52 ctt), so memory may well serve you correctly that your '74 International doesn't conform to the notion that all 1970-74 Carlton Raleigh's had 57cm tt's regardless of size. Just re-measured. Not to veer off topic, but relevant to my recent interests...
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz
Seeming '71 International I have recently acquired has a ~54cm TT, it seems (20.5" frame, i.e. ~50.5 cm ctc, ~52 ctt), so memory may well serve you correctly that your '74 International doesn't conform to the notion that all 1970-74 Carlton Raleigh's had 57cm tt's regardless of size. Just re-measured. Not to veer off topic, but relevant to my recent interests...
Ha! Take my "All" like you would take any "all" for Raleighs of the period --- nothing is ever set in stone. Nevertheless, 57cm is a good guess for a top tube. I had a '73 56cm Competition and I have a '71 61.5cm Competition, both have 57cm top tubes.

I wound up having a long conversation with Peter Weigle about frame sizes, and he's the guy who laid the 57cm statistic on me.
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A Negotiator!!!

How low can you go???

What if I shake it like a poloroid picture???

"400$ O.B.O OR 350 ON THE SPOT !!! EVEN LOWER IF YOU HAVE CASH ON HAND !!!"

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This mid 80s 531 Raleigh in Central NJ looks to be in pretty good shape with a reasonable price
https://cnj.craigslist.org/bik/3774790690.html
[h=2]Raleigh Rapide Reynolds 531 - $200 (CNJ)[/h]Very nice 1984 lugged steel frame road bike here!!! Its in great condition for its age. Reynolds 521 double butted frame, all shimano ultegra/ 150 grade components. Brand new never used Continental tired NOS before being mounted, fresh lizard skins handle bar tape, has only 2 or 3 rides on it, brand new never used Forte pedals, bontrager race lite cage and a Cateye computer. The bike has been tuned about a month ago but sadly didnt have a chance to ride it so everything is still in great working order and ready to ride.
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[h=2]1974 Schwinn Paramount P10-9 21'' 54cm Campagnolo - $900[/h]
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Ha! Take my "All" like you would take any "all" for Raleighs of the period --- nothing is ever set in stone. Nevertheless, 57cm is a good guess for a top tube. I had a '73 56cm Competition and I have a '71 61.5cm Competition, both have 57cm top tubes.

I wound up having a long conversation with Peter Weigle about frame sizes, and he's the guy who laid the 57cm statistic on me.
The more I'm thinking about this, the less I think it's accurate. I did some research when I had my gigantic A-D TT issue and Sheldon Brown specifically noted that early ones had odd sizing issues (57cm tts). If it were a common issue, the A - D wouldn't have warranted an exception note. I sold a 72 Carlton competition with a standard TT size. Paramounts use imperial tubing and don't have that issue. I was drooling over a pre-boom 53cm Hodsworth a bit ago and it had conventional measurements.
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