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Old 10-26-13, 11:55 AM
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Nice set of tools...always lusted after one of the sets...not sure I would ever use the tools...but...just to own it! I cannot, however, justify this expense!
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https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/bid/4145095211.html
[h=2]Bridgestone T500 touring bike w/ 21.25" (54cm) frame for 5'5" -5'9"!!! - $375 (Cambridge area - willing to deliver!)[/h]

Nice looking ... smooth riding ... clean ... well maintained ... recently tuned up ... 10-speed ... Bridgestone T500 touring bike

Convenient carrying rack over the back tire!

Everything works as it should -- brakes, gears, tires, etc

Ready to ride ... No repairs needed ... Just hop on and go!

Call or text me at 978-888-5855 and please refer to the blue Bridgestone T500 touring bike ... Thanks!
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Old 10-26-13, 07:13 PM
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1989 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman ( Miami Vice color scheme) - $300 (Boston/Fenway)

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Selling a 1989 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman ( Miami Vice color scheme) with Shimanu 105 components. In great shape with minimal wear and tear. Breaks are configured for a lefty. 55cm in height. Hit me up if interested. $300 obo
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noooooooooo... I can't afford that now...
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This is totally out of my knowledge sphere, but it might be interesting:

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/4153957537.html
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Old 10-26-13, 07:49 PM
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super nice...no price .....is he selling or just show & tell?
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Your guess is as good as mine - I don't have the requisite knowledge to pursue this, know what it's worth or know what's original and what replacement costs. He also has a pretty trashed Elgin listed @ $90

Usually fakes don't give a phone number - might be the real thing. I'll check out for someone if he's nearby, but this one is past my abilities.
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Old 10-26-13, 08:25 PM
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I don't know if this is a complete steal or not...but it looks like a really nice specimen if anyone is looking for an old carbon Specialized.

https://peoria.craigslist.org/bik/4110290604.html
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Old 10-27-13, 05:59 AM
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Something you don't see often -

Landshark Tandem

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/4141646022.html
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Old 10-27-13, 06:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Vonruden View Post
Something you don't see often -

Landshark Tandem

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/4141646022.html
..and the good news is the owner will trade up for a Porsche.

Very cool, practical tandem.

Gravel grinding with the wife, what a concept.
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If he was in NJ I would consider trading my 911.
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Originally Posted by Vonruden View Post
If he was in NJ I would consider trading my 911.
What year is your 911?

When I was in my twenties I had a baby blue 912 that I loved a great deal.

Too broke to own that car then, but I sure wish I still had it.

Not real quick for a Porsche, but it was fun/quirky and had loads of personality.
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What year is your 911?

When I was in my twenties I had a baby blue 912 that I loved a great deal.

Too broke to own that car then, but I sure wish I still had it.

Not real quick for a Porsche, but it was fun/quirky and had loads of personality.
I was joking, I wish i had a 911...with the 3 kids and a bike addiction, I don't think i will ever have a 911

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I was joking, I wish i had a 911...with the 3 kids and a bike addiction, I don't think i will ever have a 911

A guy can dream .

Believe it or not, I used to go through British sports cars like I do bikes!

At one point I had three TR6s at the same time and not one of them ran worth a darn.

Lucas injection systems, bah humbug.
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Old 10-27-13, 07:26 AM
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SE Iowa - Raleigh

Ad is gone, didn't figure it would last long. Lucky for me...........


https://quadcities.craigslist.org/bik/4150721922.html




If it was my size or I had a Raleigh frame the right size I'd already own it. If somebody doesn't snag it soon I just might. Somebody buy it before I do something foolish!
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Originally Posted by gomango View Post
What year is your 911?

When I was in my twenties I had a baby blue 912 that I loved a great deal.

Too broke to own that car then, but I sure wish I still had it.

Not real quick for a Porsche, but it was fun/quirky and had loads of personality.
that 912 was a fun car and more reliable than the 911. Quirky? That wasn't near as quirky of a car as British jobs I owned, like and especially the 59 MGA which was a very nice looking car but mechanically and electrically a pile of junk! And the MGA had these cool cables you had to reach through the inside of the door and pull to open, not to mention, oil filled shocks you could drain and refill with thicker or lighter oil to stiffen or soften the ride (I put 50 weight in!), the push button start, and an emergency crank in case the batteries died you could start like a Model T! 74 TR6 mechanically better than the MGA but electrically the same crap, and a 73 Lotus Europa JPS, mechanically in between the MGA and the TR6 but electrically the same crap. All those cars had twin carbs which were actually quite fun to tune but you had to do it often, but once I figured out by using a vacuum gauge instead of the silly little float device you placed over the carb thingy (I forgot what's it's called, I still have it though) it was then fast and easy. Once I figured out to use a vacuum gauge on the MGA I was the king of town because I would adjust friends multi carbed American performance cars like the tri packs etc when they were frustrated to tears trying to do it themselves.

Of all the British jobs I had I liked the Europa the best even though mechanically and electrically it was nightmare, because that car handled like it was on rails and top speed was about 135 (even though the factory said 123?) and 0 to 60 in under 6 seconds while getting 30 mpg, combine that with quirky but I thought a beautiful design and it was quite a car. But unfortunately the body fiberglass started to develop spider like cracks on the bottom where it met the chassis and that along with all the other issues with it I had to part with it.
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https://wilmington.craigslist.org/bik/4154551631.html

Raleigh Wyoming for $145. People really seem to like these.
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https://wilmington.craigslist.org/bik/4154551631.html

Raleigh Wyoming for $145. People really seem to like these.
It represents a British manufacture is why people like them, but personally that particular bike I wouldn't buy.
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that 912 was a fun car and more reliable than the 911. Quirky? That wasn't near as quirky of a car as British jobs I owned, like and especially the 59 MGA which was a very nice looking car but mechanically and electrically a pile of junk! And the MGA had these cool cables you had to reach through the inside of the door and pull to open, not to mention, oil filled shocks you could drain and refill with thicker or lighter oil to stiffen or soften the ride (I put 50 weight in!), the push button start, and an emergency crank in case the batteries died you could start like a Model T! 74 TR6 mechanically better than the MGA but electrically the same crap, and a 73 Lotus Europa JPS, mechanically in between the MGA and the TR6 but electrically the same crap. All those cars had twin carbs which were actually quite fun to tune but you had to do it often, but once I figured out by using a vacuum gauge instead of the silly little float device you placed over the carb thingy (I forgot what's it's called, I still have it though) it was then fast and easy. Once I figured out to use a vacuum gauge on the MGA I was the king of town because I would adjust friends multi carbed American performance cars like the tri packs etc when they were frustrated to tears trying to do it themselves.

Of all the British jobs I had I liked the Europa the best even though mechanically and electrically it was nightmare, because that car handled like it was on rails and top speed was about 135 (even though the factory said 123?) and 0 to 60 in under 6 seconds while getting 30 mpg, combine that with quirky but I thought a beautiful design and it was quite a car. But unfortunately the body fiberglass started to develop spider like cracks on the bottom where it met the chassis and that along with all the other issues with it I had to part with it.
The 912 would start like a top when it was 10 degrees here in Minnesota and was quite economical to own.

Handled great unless you got it hung up sideways or in a drift, then the real excitement began.

We took it up to BIR for SCCA events occasionally and let her rip for the weekend.

I wasn't afraid of the car, but my friends were none too keen on driving it.

I sold it many years ago to go back to school, but the guy that bought it still drives it occasionally.

I saw it at a coffee shop by our house the other day.

I asked him if my old girlfriend's phone number was still on the owner's pouch under the driver's seat and it certainly was right where I left it.

Fwiw I always wanted an Europa.
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Re-listed with a price drop to $235
https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/4144781326.html

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Sweet Touring rig:
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1990 Fuji Saratoga Touring Bike (Barn Find!) - $250 (Medfield)

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I have a classic Fuji Saratoga touring bike for sale. It has been stored properly since the early 90's, and upon finding it the other day I decided to get it back into working order. Being owned by a professional bicycle mechanic, I can definitively say it has very few miles on it. Everything except for the front tire and inner tubes is stock on the bike and still works like new! It has a new Bontrager T2 27"x1.25" and Specialized inner tubes. It rides very well and the XCE drivetrain is smooth as can be. Every pivot and moving part on the bike has been greased and it received a meticulous cleaning. Come check it out and give it a spin to experience just how nice it is! I am asking $250 pretty firm, considering its great condition. If you have any questions or want any more info on it, please don't hesitate to text* or email me. Just write "Fuji Saratoga" in the header of the email or first line of the text. Thanks!
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$1000? Are they nuts? Ghisallo makes those rims any way you want for far less money for $136 each! Problem with wood rims is that before every ride you have to check the trueness because changes in weather will alter wood a bit. And Ghisallo has been making those wood rims and even a wood bike for years.

Read the ad carefully- there are (5) five of them for $1000.
And, it is on Monterey Peninsula, CA.
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Pricey, but very nice Specialized Sequoia:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/MINTY-SPECIA...-/251366906731

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Really cool offering for the British Enthusiast ...unusual frame + Resislion Canti's!


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Handled great unless you got it hung up sideways or in a drift, then the real excitement began.

I wasn't afraid of the car, but my friends were none too keen on driving it.

Fwiw I always wanted an Europa.
I actually learned how to drift a car in the MGA! I watched old racing films of these cars and practiced a little to do it, it was fun and never sketchy.

What I don't understand when I watched those old British racing films is how any of those cars ever completed a race! That dang thing I had was always breaking, drive it on Saturday, if lucky Sunday, then fix it all week! It nickeled and dimed me to death. I liked the looks of the car so much my original intentions was to keep it the rest of my life, but after 6 months of pure repair hell I cut my losses.

I would still like to get a Europa but I'm more wanting a convertible something, maybe a later 80's era Alfa Romeo or a late 90's BMW Z3 with the 6, or maybe something else yet to be discovered. I had an 80's era Alfa and that thing was much more reliable than any of the British jobs and just as fun.
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Originally Posted by rekmeyata View Post
It represents a British manufacture is why people like them, but personally that particular bike I wouldn't buy.
These Raleighs were made in Taiwan, and are excellent bicycles. I have one that is a notch or two up the scale of their '85 touring offerings, and it is a superb bike.
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