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Old 10-29-13, 03:56 PM
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^I know, yours is stunning. I was just looking over your "Ain't Life Grand" thread (AGAIN) earlier this morning, and it was at the forefront of my mind when I spotted this CL ad.
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Sounds all original if you're into that sort of thing....

Vintage Chicago Schwinn Sports Tourer Road Bike Brooks Campagnolo - $150 (Boulder, CO)




A baby Paramount so to speak!

Gorgeous all-original, handcrafted silver fillet brazed CrMo 1970's Chicago Schwinn Sports Tourer, made inside of the famous "Cage" where the Paramounts were also handmade right next to them.

Includes original Brooks Champion B-15 leather saddle in excellent condition. Orig Campagnolo/Chicago Schwinn drivetrain. Even the handlebar tape is orig.

Original Weinmann alloy quick release wheel set from Belgium- Super smooth and fast.

If you are not familiar with these very special vintage classics, please hit Google and type in "Fillet Brazed Schwinn Sheldon Brown".

Tall Men's- Great fit for a rider 6' to 6'6. Excellent city commuter or touring road bike!

Details- Willing to trade this for an old saxophone. If I can keep the old Brooks leather saddle I will put a very nice Surly touring road bike seat on and you can have the bike for $150. Otherwise if you want the leather Brooks the total price will be $200.
Seller just bought that from Goodwill for $58: https://www.shopgoodwill.com/auctions...-14488586.html
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https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/bik/4149986559.html

[h=2]Schwinn Paramount & Vitus 979 with Matching Frame and Fork - $300 (Crystal Lake)[/h] © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap







1 Schwinn 754 Paramount Design; built in the USA and I am the original owner, This has the complete Suntour GPX component set, Wolber Rims, Clincher Tires, 8 speed cassette, Cinelli Handlebars, There are a few nicks and scratches however the bike is in excellent condition.

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1 Vitus 979, I am the original owner and this bike was purchased in Europe and put together in Germany. This bike is built for speed and light weight and all the components are in great condition. The following components are on the bicycle: ControlTech Neck, Cinelli Handlebars, R1 GC Brake levers, light weight seat post, Shimano 105 Shift Levers, Shimano 105 rear derailleur , 8spd Shimano cassette, Royal Grande Coupe 400 Front and rear brakes, Sugino Cranks and Chainrings, Mavic Clipless Pedals, Suntour Superbe Pro front derailleur, Suntour Superbe Pro Hubs, Lightweight sew up rims. This machine needs new decals, and just some new tires and it is ready to ride.


This would be a cash only transaction, I am willing to sell the bikes separately for $300.00 each. or $550.00 for both. The frames alone sell for $600.00 Do not inquire unless you are serious about the bicycle(s) size is 51cm for both bicycles
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[h=2]Univega Lightweight 14 Speed Road Bike > Nice Fast City Commuter - $280 (Somerville )[/h]
14 Speed Light Weight quality built by the Univega Bicycle company.

Great looking pearl blue factory paint wth silver trim stunning in person, the picture does not do this bike justice its a must see in person!

Tripple butted frame with great lug work
Frame mounted light action Suntour ARX power shifters
Brand new Kontender road /city tires
700c wheel set with seal bearing hubs
Polished aluminum SR neck
Vetta gel comfort seat
Sakea drop handle bars
Koloshi pedals
Dia Compe 400 caliper brakes with comfort hoods

29 inch standover a good size bike for a rider 5' 2" to 5' 7"

Just tuned up, new tires & tubes - ready to ride.

$280

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These don't come up often. Auction will probably end soon so contact teh seller and offer a stupid amount.

2nd gen GS.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/271310245161...84.m1438.l2649

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Got even more money? You'll need this too.

Cinelli headset.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/281198085725...84.m1438.l2649

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This guy has a bunch of stuff. How about this for you early French folks?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/271302697761

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I think this is a PLX 8 Model, the two color bands above and below the lion shield. Around 1955, what are your thoughts?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/221305320527...84.m1555.l2649
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I hate auctions on CL - but the bike looks pretty:

CLphiladelphiaall for sale / wantedbicycles - by owner



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[h=2] 1980's Raleigh Racing 12 speed (Coatesville )[/h]













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Taking offers and welcome to come see it . I posted a pic that is similar but will get actual pics as bike is chromoly and blue. Had rims tuned yrs ago but needs tires. Head bearings need re lubing or replaced . When I had this rolling , it was like riding on air .
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
This guy has a bunch of stuff. How about this for you early French folks?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/271302697761

Ha ! Nice to see the price that went for....I was just cleaning mine up today in the shop !! And it is in nicer shape than this one....
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Not sure about the price, and whether it's truly a cv bike, but I thought it looked very cool........

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/bik/4129637657.html

[h=2]Masi Soulville - $400 (SE)[/h]


Super rare and now discontinued by Masi. You'll be hard pressed to find a bike like this anywhere.

Masi Soulville Single Speed. 18" Frame. Can be freewheel or fixed gear just by flipping the hub.

Lots of extras - Bamboo Civia Fenders, White Industries Freewheel, Shimano UN-55 Bottom Braket, Ergon grips, Petzel LED front & rear lights, Specialized Front Rack (conveniently holds dinner and a six-pack)
(Clipless pedals shown not included, standard flat pedals provided.)

This bike is incredibly fun to ride and it attracts a lot of compliments too.
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Originally Posted by iab
These don't come up often. Auction will probably end soon so contact teh seller and offer a stupid amount.

2nd gen GS.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/271310245161...84.m1438.l2649

Originally Posted by iab
Got even more money? You'll need this too.

Cinelli headset.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/281198085725...84.m1438.l2649

Or you could have been very quick and gotten both with what is possibly the earliest Cinelli Supercorsa frame in original paint known as a bonus. When I first saw it the view counter was at 3, it must have gone in minutes.

https://www.ebay.de/itm/CINELLI-Vinta...p2047675.l2557
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Or you could have been very quick and gotten both with what is possibly the earliest Cinelli Supercorsa frame in original paint known as a bonus. When I first saw it the view counter was at 3, it must have gone in minutes.

https://www.ebay.de/itm/CINELLI-Vinta...p2047675.l2557

Wow. '50s Cinelli in my size, at a bargain price.

I'm depressed.
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Originally Posted by bibliobob
Wow. '50s Cinelli in my size, at a bargain price.

I'm depressed.
It didn't sell for that price. Someone made on offer off of ebay and the auction was pulled. An earlier version sold in about an hour, frame only, for 2000 euro. It would have been me if I hadn't just dropped a ton on my wife's 50th birthday present.

What's the rear hub? Something French?

Also, I think it is a Model B with a replacement fork. I have never seen an SC with internal cable routing. As for a date, 1953-1955. 53 was the start of the fastback seat stay and 55 was the end of the internal cable routing and the pillbox graphics.
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Originally Posted by iab
It didn't sell for that price. Someone made on offer off of ebay and the auction was pulled. An earlier version sold in about an hour, frame only, for 2000 euro. It would have been me if I hadn't just dropped a ton on my wife's 50th birthday present.

What's the rear hub? Something French?

Also, I think it is a Model B with a replacement fork. I have never seen an SC with internal cable routing. As for a date, 1953-1955. 53 was the start of the fastback seat stay and 55 was the end of the internal cable routing and the pillbox graphics.

It was a buy It Now so why would they make an off Ebay offer?

I saw that beautiful Model B with the Frejus style stay treatment and Cinelli seat binder clamp and couldn't swing it either. I was weakening and went to look again and it was gone.I saw the outing on the CR list and figured that helped.

I think the fork might be original, if you look at the early Ron Kitching catalogues it calls the British color option an ivory with three chrome bands on the seattube and a chrome fork. I have not even seen a picture of a pre '55 and the model B's I have seen are usually simplex geared. The internal Brake routing does give me pause but I still wouldnt rule it out. The '52 derailleur (I cant tell which of the two versions) leads me to believe it is one of the first bikes to have the fastback seatstays.

The Hub looks like a Bismark

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bismarck-hub...vip=true&rt=nc

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Originally Posted by kylarr
It was a buy It Now so why would they make an off Ebay offer?
Buy it now for 390? The bar end is worth that. When something is too good to be true, it is 99.999999% of the time too good to be true. I'd bet the 390 that it sold for substantially more than 390, if it were a real sale at all.

For the fork, yes, I'd say never say never. If there were good pics, we could see. I can see the decal that would say either Model B or SC, but obviously can't read it. Also, the early Cinellis out of Germany tend to be Bs. As for the gearing, I have seen Simplex, Huret and Campagnolo.

The 52 derailleur was not a part of the sale of the Cinelli so I don't understand that connection. fwiw, late 40s Cinellis had cambio corsa and Paris Roubaix dropouts. This guy is my hero.






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Originally Posted by iab
Buy it now for 390? The bar end is worth that. When something is too good to be true, it is 99.999999% of the time too good to be true. I'd bet the 390 that it sold for substantially more than 390, if it were a real sale at all.

For the fork, yes, I'd say never say never. If there were good pics, we could see. I can see the decal that would say either Model B or SC, but obviously can't read it. Also, the early Cinellis out of Germany tend to be Bs. As for the gearing, I have seen Simplex, Huret and Campagnolo.

The 52 derailleur was not a part of the sale of the Cinelli so I don't understand that connection. fwiw, late 40s Cinellis had cambio corsa and Paris Roubaix dropouts. This guy is my hero.



That particular bike is my grail. not one like it, that one. I even like the restoration, i.e. some new Cinelli decals and nothing else changed. It's one of the pictures that got me into Cinellis in the first place. I hope he is still riding it at L'eroica.

As to the selling price, there are many parts on that bike that are worth more than 390 euro. I can't say what happened in the sale or if it was real but stranger things have happened. If it was a fake where did they get the pictures? If I had seen it first I might probably have offered far more to cement the sale. I don't speak german but putting it through a translator doesn't lead me to believe it was anything but what was pictured.

You are right. without real pictures we will never know exactly what it is.
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Originally Posted by kylarr
That particular bike is my grail. not one like it, that one. I even like the restoration, i.e. some new Cinelli decals and nothing else changed. It's one of the pictures that got me into Cinellis in the first place. I hope he is still riding it at L'eroica.

As to the selling price, there are many parts on that bike that are worth more than 390 euro. I can't say what happened in the sale or if it was real but stranger things have happened. If it was a fake where did they get the pictures? If I had seen it first I might probably have offered far more to cement the sale. I don't speak german but putting it through a translator doesn't lead me to believe it was anything but what was pictured.

You are right. without real pictures we will never know exactly what it is.
Normaly I don't like SS setups but the vintage training setup on this one is damn cool and +10 to any old guy over 60 who can ride one of the beasts.
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Nice 87 Traveler in that lovely Winter Mint paint. $120.

https://annarbor.craigslist.org/bik/4164146749.html

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Normaly I don't like SS setups but the vintage training setup on this one is damn cool and +10 to any old guy over 60 who can ride one of the beasts.
Not an SS, it is a 4 speed.

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Originally Posted by cb400bill
Nice 87 Traveler in that lovely Winter Mint paint. $120.

https://annarbor.craigslist.org/bik/4164146749.html

I know cb400bill has nothing to do with this bike but yes this is a very nice medium/small bike at a great price for what it is.
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Not an SS, it is a 4 speed.

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