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

Old 11-23-13, 09:28 AM
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I like this. A bit small for me though. Could go way up by end of auction, or maybe a deal.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Dutc...item233260729e
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
It's from 1936, and has an early derailleur setup. Modern RDs deal with the chain tension with the two jockey wheels. This early attempt had it as a separate arm. The seller is also selling a similar derailleur group separately. Expect both to fetch a handsome price. They are quire rare:
https://www.ebay.fr/itm/141115040021

Thanks for the education. I can imagine it's quite rare, in all my 60 years of living, of course the first 15 years don't count since I wasn't into road bikes yet, I have never seen that before, I have seen some early stuff with the small chain coming out that operated the derailleur and long lever thrown front derailleurs, but not that displayed here. Interesting.
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Originally Posted by big chainring
I like this. A bit small for me though. Could go way up by end of auction, or maybe a deal.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Dutc...item233260729e


^^^awesome! Ad says 56.5 TT and 57.5 st - just looking at it, it seems much smaller.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Now that's what they mean by patina. Bet he's glad he never repainted or upgraded/updated it. Or made it a fixie. Funny how much the frame looks like a sport road bike from the 1970's.
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Old 11-23-13, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
^^^awesome! Ad says 56.5 TT and 57.5 st - just looking at it, it seems much smaller.
It really is a beauty.

Always have to watch those international shipping costs though.
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Old 11-23-13, 10:16 AM
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Any stamp collectors? These are awesome.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ajman-1969-C...item58a7d8b972
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Wow!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/R-Herse-1980...t_30373wt_1160

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Old 11-23-13, 10:56 AM
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Not really digging that so much - it's just a 753 bike with an expensive branding. If I bought a Herse, I'd want a crazy one with the Herse stem, cranks, etc.
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Old 11-23-13, 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
Not really digging that so much - it's just a 753 bike with an expensive branding. If I bought a Herse, I'd want a crazy one with the Herse stem, cranks, etc.
I love the color though.

Sloar and I are trying to figure out what scheme to do the Gazelle in and this one grabs me.

So does an idea from a trusted forum member, but we'll see where the whims lead.

I look through this build on the RH and I notice I have every single bit on a shelf here......

Nothing that outrageous really.
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You have some Mavic SSC wheels?
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
You have some Mavic SSC wheels?
Why yes I do.

.......and definitely not for sale. Pure luck that I found these locally.

Last time I counted, I had more wheelsets than Imelda Marcos had shoes though.

In fact, I am readying a half dozen Campy or Campy/Mavic wheelsets for sale.

Some tub and some clincher.
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I am picking up a NOS Mavic SSC rim tomorrow but the seller only has one so finding another one will be a pain in the neck, I am sure.

This is not cheap but it appears to be in great shape:

https://ventura.craigslist.org/bik/4146488817.html

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Dang!

https://columbus.craigslist.org/spo/4209439462.html

TEAM MIYATA RACING BICYCLE - $200 (HILLIARD)

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https://newyork.craigslist.org/fct/bid/4200789736.html

Raleigh Twenty Shopper

https://newyork.craigslist.org/fct/bik/4198694656.html

Casati

https://newyork.craigslist.org/fct/bik/4194103620.html
10 year old CX bike.

$1300 NOS Derosa (?) Frame: https://newyork.craigslist.org/fct/bik/4188059076.html
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Chevy's old MTB

Fat Chance mountain bike, previously owned by Chevy Chase. Our store purchased this bike from the Chase Family and it's been in our storage for a few years. The bike was built in the late 80's, and is in very good condition, considering the vintage.
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•Frame: Tange Prestige Cro-moly with a rigid fork and Fat's famous fork crown
•Seatpost: funky, vintage, machined post (see picture)- really cool. The clamp has a small crack in it.
•Saddle: new Bontrager gel
•Shifters: Deore XT right shifter, Left is a Shimano thumb shifter
•Stem: Tioga T-bone (without stickers) 140mm with aggressive rise
•Brake levers: Magura mountain
•Wheels: Mavic Oxygen rims on Deore XT hubs
•Tires: Kenda front and rear
•Drivetrain: Deore XT, except Front Derailleur which is Deore LX (6 speed)
•includes: Rhode Gear rear rack
•Pedals: Deore XT
•Grips: Serfas anatomic (new)
•Includes: black bell on handlebars
•weighs 29 poundshttp
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someone on here please buy this bianchi. https://www.ebay.com/itm/141120613911...84.m1423.l2649
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Aside from the ignorant misspelling, this looks intriguing to me:

[h=2]Meile Mnt Bike - $35 (N. of Sandpoint)[/h]

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This bike needs tires, wheels, and tune up. Gears were stiff and sticking when last ridden this summer. I think the frame is 18" with 26"tires. Leave phone # in email if interested. Thanks

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someone on here please buy this bianchi. https://www.ebay.com/itm/141120613911...84.m1423.l2649
That went for $213+ ship. Good deal.
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Originally Posted by Standalone
That went for $213+ ship. Good deal.
Hopefully someone on here got it and will post pics. I would have got it for sure if it were my size.
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[h=2]Vintage Ciocc Steel Frame Italian Racer - $650 (Silver Spring)[/h]


This is a 52 cm 1980's Ciocc with chrome fork, chrome dropouts, and chrome chain stay. Clover leaf cutout on bottom of frame over bottom bracket. Heart shaped engravings on top tube and down tube. These bikes were handmade in Italy, and the first owner raced semi-professionally on this bike. I commuted for about 6 months on this bike, and love the way it rides: nimble, quick, responsive. But regretfully this bike is just a little too long for me. Also, I need to reign in my bike collecting hobby. New SRAM 1300 brake callipers. New cables, housing, tires, seat. Original campagnolo headset, campagnolo bottom bracket, shifters, and derailleurs. Shimano duraace hubs. The paint is chipped in places and new brake levers would be look better - but I need to stop pouring money into this bike. I get a lot of complements on this bike - you will too. Google Ciocc and you will see you are getting a good deal.
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[h=2]Paramount R30 Mountain Bike - Medium - $390 (Worcester)[/h]


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Frame Construction: Lugged steel, Medium size
Frame Tubing Material: Tange/Paramount precision butted
Fork Brand & Model: PDG chrome-moly
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Component Group: Suntour XC Expert (I put Shimano Deore shifters 9X3 on it, but still have all the original components, with less than 30 miles on them)

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Fancy lugged frames are always cool, but a simple luggless frame can really be elegant.
On Hilary Stones site
https://hilarystone.com/images/sale%2...ugless-red.jpg
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Boulder Bicycle has a new shipment of Modolo 919/920 hoods in various colors (and at reasonable prices):
https://www.renehersestore.com/servle...%21/Categories
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Nice Holdsworth with extras & reasonable shipping:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/vintage-road...item3387c41df5
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50th Anniversary Paramount

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