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Old 01-13-14, 06:44 PM
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Big, cheap, 1984 Le Tour.

Schwinn LeTour - $25 (Coopersville)

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VINTAGE ROAD BIKE..VITUS 979... - $300 (Florissant)[/h]
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[h=2]- 60 cm - 1975 FAUSTO COPPI - $695[/h]
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Cool: I just picked up one of those in DC in need of restoration. The pics from the auction help.

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- 60 cm - 1975 FAUSTO COPPI - $695

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that looks pretty big for a 58/23 frame. I wonder how he measured it.
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He does state it has a 34 inch stand over, so I would think it is closer to a 61cm seat tube.
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Originally Posted by KOBE
He does state it has a 34 inch stand over, so I would think it is closer to a 61cm seat tube.
Yeah I am wondering if he measured the TT like everyone does now on plastic bikes and then the standover.
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In case you run out of winter projects... 1000 bikes?

https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/bik/4287673632.html
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
that looks pretty big for a 58/23 frame. I wonder how he measured it.
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He does state it has a 34 inch stand over, so I would think it is closer to a 61cm seat tube.
Sorry, when I first looked at it I didn't think it was 58cm either. Eyeing it against my Miele frame, it probably is 60+.
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[h=2]CIOCC San Cristobal 77 Frame & Fork 55 x 55 - Must See! Gorgeous! - $499 (Acton)[/h]


CIOCC San Cristobal 77 Frame & Fork 55 x 55 - Must

See! Gorgeous! Since its founding in 1969, CIOCC grows and obtains significant international results. In 1977 in San Cristobal, Claudio Corti became World Champion Amateur Cyclist on a bike CIOCC and the following year he also won a Giro d'Italia amateurs. Also in these years, the Polish team chooses to race on bike CIOCC, achieving a second place at the Moscow
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This is a Spectacular CIOCC San Cristobal Replica 77 frame and fork, constructed of Columbus SLX NEW tubing. This Charcoal Grey Metallic frame has chrome plated Head Lugs, Chrome Right Chain Stay, and Campagnolo Fork ends and Dropout, with their faces also Chrome, along with the signature CIOCC Chrome Fork Crown. The Front Derailleur Braze-On is also chromed. All the chrome is spotless with no rust or pitting. The rear dropouts adjusting screws turn easily with your finger tips.
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Originally Posted by PedalTraveler
In case you run out of winter projects... 1000 bikes?

https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/bik/4287673632.html
How the world would anyone find anything in that huge pile! Who's going to take off each and every bike till you see the one you want buried deep inside?
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It would be a good investment if you had the time to sort them and sell them. That comes out to $20 each so even if you sold them for $30-40 each you would be making money. It would just take a while to do it
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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
How the world would anyone find anything in that huge pile! Who's going to take off each and every bike till you see the one you want buried deep inside?
looks like a bunch of department store junk. i wouldn't pay more than the per-pound value as scrap steel / aluminum.
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[h=2]1971 Schwinn Paramount P15-9 - $1895 (Swampscott)[/h]



Beautiful 1971 Schwinn Paramount P15 Touring bicycle. All chrome Reynolds 531 tube set including forks. Sizing is 22" or 56cm. Both seat tube and top tube measure 56cm c-c. Campagnolo Record components throughout. Weinmann 27" clincher rims with Michelin Hi-Lite road 27x1&1/8" tires. Honjo Chrome mudguards. New Brooks Pro saddle. Cinelli stem and bars. This is an absolutely gorgeous example of an American classic! $1895. or BO.
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Originally Posted by PedalTraveler
In case you run out of winter projects... 1000 bikes?

https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/bik/4287673632.html
I am sort of curious as to what the deal is..... where did they come from? this doesn't look like a Police impound area. has someone been trolling the streets of Detroit for years snatching up bikes? Are they the massed remains of years of someone cleaning out attics and estates?
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Originally Posted by PedalTraveler
In case you run out of winter projects... 1000 bikes?

https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/bik/4287673632.html
i especially like the huge crate of Depends Undergarments in the foreground. maybe get an all for one low price discount if you're lucky?
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Originally Posted by brooklyn_bike
i especially like the huge crate of Depends Undergarments in the foreground. maybe get an all for one low price discount if you're lucky?
By the time you finish going thru the bikes, you'll need the depends.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I am sort of curious as to what the deal is..... where did they come from? this doesn't look like a Police impound area. has someone been trolling the streets of Detroit for years snatching up bikes? Are they the massed remains of years of someone cleaning out attics and estates?
No, Bianchigirl. Those bikes were used by people fleeing Detroit. Once they got beyond the city limits they abandoned them.
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Originally Posted by retyred
No, Bianchigirl. Those bikes were used by people fleeing Detroit. Once they got beyond the city limits they abandoned them.
Holy Cr** on a *******!!! that is too funny!!




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Originally Posted by Singlespd
It would be a good investment if you had the time to sort them and sell them. That comes out to $20 each so even if you sold them for $30-40 each you would be making money. It would just take a while to do it
With storage costs??? You'd be saturating your market and they'd take a long while to sell. Sorry, but I wouldn't take that on for free.
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[h=2] Over 100 year old antique bike - $500 (san rafael)[/h]If you see this I still have it

I have a super rare great western crown bicycle from 1898-1918ish . I know very little about the bike since its so hard to find info on it. I know it was made by Great Western Manufacturing Company / crown bicycle.21" frame It has a lot of patina with dark blue paint. The down tube to the head tube has been repaired long ago, adds to beautiful wonder of the old bike. antique troxel leather bike seat. Skip tooth chain. The tires are brand new and wheels are off a newer 50-60s 26" muscle bike. original wheels must have been 28" wood rims ( I don't have them). It's ready to ride and is a great eye catcher everyone asks you about it and just think of the story's it could tell over 100 years old $500

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Originally Posted by retyred
No, Bianchigirl. Those bikes were used by people fleeing Detroit. Once they got beyond the city limits they abandoned them.
And what were all those Depends doing with them? In case they didn't make it?
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100$ Raleigh Superbe, RVA:

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And what were all those Depends doing with them? In case they didn't make it?
No, no. These bikes were all ridden by astronauts planning to kill the objects of their affections. They couldn't stop to pee, so intent were they on their mission. https://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/06/us...anted=all&_r=0
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