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Old 01-04-14, 02:45 PM
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Craigslist find

I saw these cranks on my local Craigslist but I don't know much about vintage pricing or even if these are very rare. I am in Connecticut and can pick these up and ship if still available if anyone is interested.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4272147165.html

Nice condition Sugino crankset, 52 x 42 chainrings. Outer chainring is pantographed. Low wear on chainring teeth. Fits on conventional square tapered bottom bracket axle.....$20

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Don't see many of the available as a solo, let alone a pair!

2 Moulton bikes for sale - $495 (grand haven)

https://grandrapids.craigslist.org/bik/4272369348.html

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Originally Posted by Wo show
Craigslist find

I saw these cranks on my local Craigslist but I don't know much about vintage pricing or even if these are very rare. I am in Connecticut and can pick these up and ship if still available if anyone is interested.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4272147165.html

Nice condition Sugino crankset, 52 x 42 chainrings. Outer chainring is pantographed. Low wear on chainring teeth. Fits on conventional square tapered bottom bracket axle.....$20

Contact me via email if interested
Despite the fancy details they look like a pretty basic crank and the ring actually appears swedge on to the arm rather than a milled one piece.

If this is happens to be your CL listing, it is not only against the rules to self post it here it is also very tacky. If your member trying to sell things it needs to be in the for sale threads.
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I am sorry I didn’t clarify. These are not mine, I do not have them for sale, and I have no affiliation with the seller. I am a new member here and saw these near me on Craigslist. They didn’t look very rare to me but I figured someone might be able to use them for an older build. Seeing as they are small, and not expensive, I offered to facilitate shipping to someone who might be interested. I was just trying to help someone out, nothing more.

To eliminate an issues from this point forward if you are interested in the cranks, please contact the seller on your own. Thanks.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4272147165.html
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If you are in the area... https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik/4267357807.html

Looks small but interesting.
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[h=2]1998 SCHWINN Voyageur touring - $350[/h]


https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/4250225741.html

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Originally Posted by Wo show
I am sorry I didn’t clarify. These are not mine, I do not have them for sale, and I have no affiliation with the seller. I am a new member here and saw these near me on Craigslist. They didn’t look very rare to me but I figured someone might be able to use them for an older build. Seeing as they are small, and not expensive, I offered to facilitate shipping to someone who might be interested. I was just trying to help someone out, nothing more.

To eliminate an issues from this point forward if you are interested in the cranks, please contact the seller on your own. Thanks.

https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4272147165.html
I understood that you were offering to facilitate if someone wanted them, but $20 is a going rate for something like that, and likely something that someone could find locally, sometimes for free. I think that's why folks assumed you might be posting your own sale thread. No big deal.

Welcome to bike forums! I've found some great things on the Hartford Craigslist, including an upgraded Burley Tandem with new wheels and drivetrain for peanuts. Happy searching.
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This might be the bike for someone on the forum. I can actually remember riding one of these back in the 50's.

https://orlando.craigslist.org/bik/4273539931.html

[h=2] WESTERN FLYER "VINTAGE" 1 OF A KIND - $650 (PALM COAST)[/h]


NEVER BEEN OUTSIDE OR RIDDEN, PUSH BUTTON HORN ON TANK, BULLET LIGHT ON FRONT FENDER, BATTERY TAIL LIGHT, REAR VIEW MIRROR, SADDLE BAGS, DICE ON AIR CAPS.....400 CANOPY WALK LA (google map) (yahoo map)
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This looks cool. $175. It's at a "dirt-knocker-offer" vintage bike shop.

https://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218...arch=&ad_cid=4


56 CM BIANCHI ROAD BIKE FRAME FROM THE 60'S

This is a very nice clean steel frame bianchi.
size 56cm
this is at valley west vintage bike shop.
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Windsor Professional... https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik/4274045877.html

He's got a few more interesting listing in Monterery
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Originally Posted by Cougrrcj
1998 SCHWINN Voyageur touring - $350




https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/4250225741.html

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Those are fantastic bikes if it's all original, great for touring or commuting, very comfortable riding bikes and even more so when loaded with touring gear; I would snag that fast if I was in Cleveland...but alas I probably wouldn't since I have a Schwinn touring bike anyways so no need for another.
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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
Those are fantastic bikes if it's all original, great for touring or commuting, very comfortable riding bikes and even more so when loaded with touring gear; I would snag that fast if I was in Cleveland...but alas I probably wouldn't since I have a Schwinn touring bike anyways so no need for another.
I know that some people love those things. That's why I posted it - just on the off chance that a fellow BF member was looking for one! According to the ad description and the catalog link in the ad, it seems to be an original with all original components. The headline of the ad appears to be incorrect - the bike is a '88, not '98.
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I think it is ok for the price.

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/bik/4274555065.html
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Originally Posted by KOBE
The perfect bike for the Jolly Green Giant. If it was local I would be looking at it but the green tires got to go.

Why? Not only a theft deterrent but a sign that the bike hasn't been used a lot (not much worn off paint).
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If he's only 'considering' selling they must need a photo gallery section on Craigslist instead of putting it in the For Sale listings.

Sounds like a guy that is not enthused about selling his bike just yet.


Originally Posted by J.Oxley
Apparently a bit on the heavy side, but look at the condition! Fully kitted vintage tourer. Yee haw!

[h=2]1972 Nishiki Safari Touring Bike (Milwaukie)[/h]


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I am considering selling my 1972 American Eagle Nishiki Safari. The bike is all original with exception to seat, seat post, and front derailleur. I have all the original accessories: front and rear bags, front and rear racks, front and rear lights, generator, frame pump, and water bottle. All in good condition.

Send me an email to see the bike, or talk about price or trades. Not looking to get some insane amount of cash, just want to make sure the bike ends up with the right buyer.

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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
Those are fantastic bikes if it's all original, great for touring or commuting, very comfortable riding bikes and even more so when loaded with touring gear; I would snag that fast if I was in Cleveland...but alas I probably wouldn't since I have a Schwinn touring bike anyways so no need for another.
I agree-it's a wonderful looking bike and a decent price IMO if it is all there.
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Vintage Wildgripper green is a better match for celeste.


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https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4244827102.html

One of those funky framed old MTB's



Also, a 105 Group https://hartford.craigslist.org/bik/4248548495.html
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Shimano 105-1050 Group Set including wheels in good condition. Components include front and rear derailleur 105 -1050, pedals 105-1050 partial cage on right pedal, shifters 105-1050, brake calipers 105-1050, brake levers 105-1050 SLR, wheel hubs 105-1050,and lightweight Araya ct-19 rims,which are straight. Shimano 105-1050 crank set Biopace. If interested call 860-234-9580. If texting or emailing please leave phone number. Thank you
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200$ Trek 520 in 48cm, Raleigh, NC:

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/4275381710.html



VINTAGE TREK 520 TOURING BIKE. 1983. OVERALL THE BIKE IS IN AVERAGE CONDITION FOR A BIKE THIS AGE. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF TIRES, THE BIKE IS FULLY FUNCTIONAL. A GOOD CLEANING AND TIRES. IT COULD BE A REALLY NICE BIKE FOR THE BUYER THAT WILL GIVE IT THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES!!!

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I'm full up on old Trek's right now (and the bike fund is broke because of it), otherwise I might play ball on this one.

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Here's the CL link (though as people are probably aware, the seller posted no pictures):

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bik/4275574388.html
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Originally Posted by inkandsilver
This looks cool. $175. It's at a "dirt-knocker-offer" vintage bike shop.

https://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218...arch=&ad_cid=4


56 CM BIANCHI ROAD BIKE FRAME FROM THE 60'S

This is a very nice clean steel frame bianchi.
size 56cm
this is at valley west vintage bike shop.
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Thatd be pretty cool to own. And it's my size. Hmm
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley
Apparently a bit on the heavy side, but look at the condition! Fully kitted vintage tourer. Yee haw!

1972 Nishiki Safari Touring Bike (Milwaukie)




Hello All,

I am considering selling my 1972 American Eagle Nishiki Safari. The bike is all original with exception to seat, seat post, and front derailleur. I have all the original accessories: front and rear bags, front and rear racks, front and rear lights, generator, frame pump, and water bottle. All in good condition.

Send me an email to see the bike, or talk about price or trades. Not looking to get some insane amount of cash, just want to make sure the bike ends up with the right buyer.

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Looks to be the same bike, but a different location. Hmm

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-AMERICA...item27dcc2a729
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Sorry about that first post, I can't seem to delete it.
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Sorry about that first post, I can't seem to delete it.
Does this mean you realized that "Milwaukie" is part of greater Portland, as opposed to "Milwaukee," which is part of that arctic freezie polar vortex?
Yeah, same location for both posts. It's why I don't list Gresham as my location.
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