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

Old 01-30-14, 09:09 AM
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[h=2][/h][h=2] BIANCHI NEL REPARTO ROAD BIKE - $280 (CONWAY ORLANDO)[/h][h=2]

EDUARDO BIANCHI CONTRUITA NEL REPARTO CORSE ROAD BICYCLE
MADE IN ITALY,LIKE NEW ,27 QUICK RELEASE WHEELS, GOOD TIRES, 10 SPEEDS
SHIMANO COMPONENTS RUGINO JAPAN PEDALS ,EXCELENTE CONDITION
EVERYTING ORIGINAL ,,51 CM OR 20 INCHS FRAME
FIT ANY ONE 5'.4" TO 6' 0", NICE DECALS. PLEASE CALL ME 407 272 1624 NO EMAILSFETROW DR at CONWAY RD (google map) (yahoo map)

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    Sofa looks familiar....

    https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bid/4310874605.html
    [h=2]Schwinn Tempo 12-speed road bike w/ 23" (58.5cm) frame for 5'9" - 6'3" - $245 (Cambridge/Somerville/Medford)[/h]


    Nice looking ... smooth riding ... clean ... well maintained ... recently tuned up ... 12-speed ... Schwinn Tempo road bike

    Shimano 105 group-set

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

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

    Meeting at a central location or delivery is possible!

    ****** See this bike and dozens more at our Flickr account at this link ... simply copy and paste this link into your browser ... https://www.flickr.com/photos/bikepictures/

    Each bike has been cleaned up, tuned up and is ready to ride!

    Call or text me at 978-888-5855 and please make reference to the bike(s) that interests you ... Thank you!
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    Old 01-30-14, 11:29 AM
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    [h=2]Everything you need and nothing you don't
    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/4311033457.html

    Super Mondia Special randonneur - dura ace honjo brooks reynolds 531 - $1425 (willow glen / cambrian)[/h]


    56cm tt, reynolds 531 frame with honjo fenders and front rack

    Brazed on Mafac 2000 centerpulls with koolstop pads (death grip brakes!)

    stronglight 100lx crankset 48/32 wth phil BB

    nitto technomic and 42cm noodles, shimano levers

    simplex shifters (i have some bar ends if retrofriction isnt your jam)

    DA rear derailleur and Chorus front, 9s 11-28 cassette

    wheels: velocity synergy rims, WS db spokes, campagnolo chorus rear and SON edeluxe front. Schmidt front generator light and rear billet something or other from Jitensha.

    The frame has a tiny holed drilled into the down tube by the head tube lug and another in the bottom bracket shell if you want to run a rear light off the generator using an internal wire.
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    Old 01-30-14, 12:54 PM
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    Cool Legnano jersey in DC for a large-ish rider:

    Vintage Legnano XXL Long Sleeve Wool Jersy - $120 (Del Ray)


    Beautiful classic jersey made by Santini.
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    Old 01-30-14, 12:55 PM
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    Anybody need a fork?
    https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/n...311625313.html
    Vintage Forks - $1 (Seven Corners)


    1 Reynolds 531 lugged steel crown 9" inch steer tube
    2 Sake pro Alloy 7" steer tube
    3 "Investment Cast " steel crown lugged fork
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    Beautiful 70s Italian Racing Bike - $450 (Stoughton)

    image 1image 2image 3image 4image 5
    Mirella, Lugged steel frame, 52 cm
    12 speed, function shifters
    27 inch wheels, Normandy hubs. Rear wheel bent.
    Campagnolo drive train, drop-outs, crank, derailleur (nuovo record)
    Modelo brakes
    A pretty, pretty bike - with sweet original bar tape in excellent condition. Last tuned up 2 years ago, could use another.
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    Vintage Paramount

    [h=2]1973 Schwinn Paramount, Deluxe Touring model - $750 (Okemos, MI)

    https://lansing.craigslist.org/bik/4304815955.html

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    I have for sale a 1973 Schwinn Paramount Deluxe Touring model, 24" (measured center-to-top). Equipped with Campagnolo Nuovo Record deraileurs, seatpost, crankset and pedals; Cinelli Giro d' Italia handlebar and stem; Brooks Pro saddle. Also includes a working original Silca pump with Campy head and original thorn catchers for the tires. It has a long wheelbase (almost 42 inches) and lots of room around the wheels (of course it likely came with 27" wheels; it was sporting 700c tubular wheels when I purchased it; the original wheels will be the ones sold with it; the modern 700c wheelset on it are for test rides only). No sign of any crashes (not even the pedal dust caps; highly unusual for this age!). The brownish stuff in some of the photos came off nicely; was not from any rust. It's also got eyelets for fenders/ racks and the Weinmann center pull brakes rather than the Campy sidepulls that the road racing model would have had. Rides like a Cadillac. Rack not included. Prefer local pickup but shipping can be arranged (actual shipping cost plus $50 for professional packing).

    Lots of pictures here:
    https://s1203.photobucket.com/user/fl...?sort=2&page=1
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    Old 01-30-14, 04:23 PM
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    Good price for a vintage Paramount!
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    [h=2] Merckx Corsa Extra 55cm Team Telekom - $950 (oakland downtown)[/h]


    Vintage 1990/91 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra with number hanger- real race frame! I'm sure I'll regret selling this since it took so long for me to track one of these down in the first place, but I've got to clear out some space for my girlfriend's bikes.

    The bike has some cosmetic wear as you might expect from a frame of this age that has been ridden rather than just hung on the wall, but it is structurally solid and still has plenty of miles to go. The fork is not the original, but still rides like a Merckx. The original fork was probably chromed so it still works aesthetically- here is an example of a similar bike (NOT the bike I'm selling), just two away in serial number sequence: https://www.cadre.org/Merckx/H-4306-C/. The parts are a bit of a mish mash since I set it up more as a sweet commuter bike than a restoration.

    Specs:
    seat tube c-t: 55cm (53.5cm c-c)
    top tube c-c: 55cm
    head tube: 125mm
    rear wheel: Mavic Ksyrium Elite, Shimano 12-27 10s cassette
    front wheel: Shimano 600/Campy Moskva 32h/ Wheelsmith 14/15 spokes
    crankset: Campagnolo Chorus carbon, 175mm, square taper 53/39
    bottom bracket: Italian, Chorus or Record, not sure but probably Chorus
    handlebars: Cinelli Eubios 44cm
    front derailleur: Ultegra
    rear derailleur: SRAM Force
    shifters: SRAM Rival, alloy right, carbon left, pink hoods
    saddle: San Marco Concor Supercorsa suede (pictured) or Vetta Lite white (fairly worn, but gotta match the bar tape and saddle, no?)
    brakes: Tektro, I think

    Pedals not included.

    Prefer to sell complete $950; frame, fork and headset $700.

    If this ad is still up, it is still available. Emails asking only if it's still available will be ignored, but please feel free to ask any other questions about the bike.
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    Old 01-30-14, 08:42 PM
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    Originally Posted by DowneasTTer
    Anyone interested?
    BIANCHI NEL REPARTO ROAD BIKE - $280 (CONWAY ORLANDO)



    EDUARDO BIANCHI CONTRUITA NEL REPARTO CORSE ROAD BICYCLE
    MADE IN ITALY,LIKE NEW ,27 QUICK RELEASE WHEELS, GOOD TIRES, 10 SPEEDS
    SHIMANO COMPONENTS RUGINO JAPAN PEDALS ,EXCELENTE CONDITION
    EVERYTING ORIGINAL ,,51 CM OR 20 INCHS FRAME
    FIT ANY ONE 5'.4" TO 6' 0", NICE DECALS. PLEASE CALL ME 407 272 1624 NO EMAILSFETROW DR at CONWAY RD (google map) (yahoo map)
    The seller is either an idiot or very misinformed. The only thing this has in common with a RC bike is the Bianchi name.

    He didn't even bother to put the decals on in the correct spot!



    This is a pretty basic machine, stem shifters, no derailleur hanger, bolt on rear wheel, kickstand plate... maybe a Strada or Classica from around 83, probably worth closer to $100
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    Old 01-30-14, 09:15 PM
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    Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
    The seller is either an idiot or very misinformed. The only thing this has in common with a RC bike is the Bianchi name.

    He didn't even bother to put the decals on in the correct spot!



    This is a pretty basic machine, stem shifters, no derailleur hanger, bolt on rear wheel, kickstand plate... maybe a Strada or Classica from around 83, probably worth closer to $100
    I get confused by bikes that "fit anyone 5'4" to 6'0"." That's a huge range of leg lengths and if it accommodates one end well, it's not going to do justice to the other.
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    Old 01-31-14, 08:53 AM
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    Somebody local in west Illinois should snag this $100 Super Course. Heck it's not a bad deal at $150 shipped. Nice crank:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/281248940240

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    Old 01-31-14, 10:12 AM
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    Originally Posted by Ramona_W
    I get confused by bikes that "fit anyone 5'4" to 6'0"." That's a huge range of leg lengths and if it accommodates one end well, it's not going to do justice to the other.
    I always ignore anything in any bike ad that says, "fit's between X'Y-inches..." It's stupid and uninformed, IMHO. 99% of sellers are pulling this info out of their asses. Bikes should be listed by frame size. Period. I see that line about fitting certain heights and I think right away that the seller is an idiot.
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    Originally Posted by Amesja
    I always ignore anything in any bike ad that says, "fit's between X'Y-inches..." It's stupid and uninformed, IMHO. 99% of sellers are pulling this info out of their asses. Bikes should be listed by frame size. Period. I see that line about fitting certain heights and I think right away that the seller is an idiot.
    The problem is that the general public has NO CLUE what frame size they fit. Mix in the modern compact sizing with sloping top tubes, Giant using S, M, M/L, L, XL and you've got a recipe for sellers stating a wide range of heights to attract buyers.
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    Old 01-31-14, 10:25 AM
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    Originally Posted by shoota
    The problem is that the general public has NO CLUE what frame size they fit. Mix in the modern compact sizing with sloping top tubes, Giant using S, M, M/L, L, XL and you've got a recipe for sellers stating a wide range of heights to attract buyers.
    So what standardized table are they pulling this info out of? Or are they just pulling the numbers out of their blowholes?
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    Originally Posted by Amesja
    So what standardized table are they pulling this info out of? Or are they just pulling the numbers out of their blowholes?
    Probably a little bit of both.
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    Originally Posted by Amesja
    I always ignore anything in any bike ad that says, "fit's between X'Y-inches..." It's stupid and uninformed, IMHO. 99% of sellers are pulling this info out of their asses. Bikes should be listed by frame size. Period. I see that line about fitting certain heights and I think right away that the seller is an idiot.
    I usually assume the buyers are not informed also. That's why I include the frame size in inches and cm with a suggested rider height range. Something like 56cm or 22" frame for riders 5'8" to 5'11".
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    https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/4312764603.html
    [h=2]54cm dawes with shimano 600 components new tires and tubes - $380 (wrentham)[/h]

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    54cm dawes
    shimano 600 crankset / bb / shifters / brakes
    new tubes and tires
    mechanic owned
    call or text 508-864-8078
    can be seen all day long at 425 washington st wrentham ma 02093 (8am-7pm)
    asking $380
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    Mike Flanigan sweetness:
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    [h=2]A.N.T. Light Roadster/Fixed Gear - $800 (North Shore)[/h]


    A.N.T. Light Roadster/Fixed Gear. 52cm (top tube measures 53cm center/center). Stand-over height is 30.5 inches +/- depending on tires used. Current tires 32c Vittorias. Open Pro wheel set with Phil Wood fixed rear hub (16t cog) and Shimano Ultegra front hub. Chris King headset, Thomson seat post, Dura-Ace 67.5 track crank with 44t dura-ace chainring, Shimano Ultegra front brake with Paul brake lever, White Industries pedals with Billy Kirk leather straps. Fender eyelets and front rack eyelets (original D-Rack included). NOT drilled for rear brake. Saddle shown in photographs NOT INCLUDED! This bike has been meticulously cared for and is in beautiful condition. $800.00 CASH. PLEASE INCLUDE TELEPHONE NUMBER IN REPLY FOR A RESPONSE VIA TEXT/VOICE.
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    [h=2]Schwinn road bike - $100[/h]


    I was riding it like this. But may be you would like to get a new saddle. Good for those who are 5- 5.5
    I got two bikes, so I am selling one. Feel free to contact me via email, and you can check it out.
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    Burley
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    [h=2]Handmade in USA Steel/ Carbon Road Bike, Ultegra, DT Swiss, 58cm - $1500 (Somerville/ Medford)[/h]



    Endurance riders, steel bike enthusiasts, and all roadies: take note. Looking to make a serious upgrade on your roadbike, or for the ultimate winter bike? Take out this fantastic custom steel Burly Wolf Creek, hand made in the USA, out for a test ride, you'll love it. The price is more than right because I need to get rid of this thing, so come and get it!

    Highest level of precision and craftsmanship, top shelf materials. Precise, work-horse parts spec'. Supremely comfortable, extremely good handling, and durable as can be. That, and most of it is all BRAND NEW. Enough said.

    58cm center-to-center. Generally fits a rider between 6"- 6'4". I can help with a basic bike fitting during a test ride: Saddle height, saddle setback, reach, stack, and controls.

    Highlights:

    -HANDMADE in the USA (Eugene, OR) tig welded XO Platinum steel frame. Burly Designs Wolf Creek model, made in 2006.
    -Cannondale Slice 3 Carbon fork. 1 1/8" Steerer, left uncut for a wider range of fit!
    -BRAND NEW DT Swiss 1.0 Wheelset, Shimano freehub body.
    -Shimano 105 Shifter/ Levers. 2x9 speed.
    -Shimano Ultegra rear derailleur, Shimano 105 front derailleur.
    -BRAND NEW Shimano 105 Chain, fresh cassette.
    -BRAND NEW cables and housing throughout.
    -BRAND NEW Truvativ/ Bontrager splined double crankset, 53-39t
    -BRAND NEW Specialized stem, 105mm, 6 deg
    -NEW Specialized Roubaix carbon seatpost with Zertz insert.
    -BRAND NEW Bontrager Race Lite Saddle, Ti rails!
    -FSA Bar, 44cm
    -BRAND NEW Vredstein Tri-Comp Fortezza Tires, 700x23c, BRAND NEW tubes.
    -BRAND NEW Fizik Bartape, the nice stuff, unridden and professionally wrapped.

    I ride a size 54cm. I have no use for this thing however nice it is, and believe me, if it were my size I'd be all over it. I have lots of project bikes, and lots of personal bikes that I ride. This bike happens to be my nicest project in the works, and its about time to let it run wild out there. As a professional mechanic, I can assure you that this bike is in perfect working order, and seeing as all the wearable parts as well as all the moving parts are pretty much all brand new, this thing is singing.

    Let me know if you have any questions about the build, or if you like more/ higher quality images of the bike. I'm asking $1500, but make me an offer, I have student loans to pay off... I'll even throw in a BRAND NEW set of 700x23c tires in black so you can keep it fresh once the summer's here.

    Take a test ride around Porter Square after I take a look at your fit and you'll be throughly impress. Shoot me a text at 781-572- one five zero one, or respond to the add via email.

    Thanks for looking!
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    1988 Cannondale Black Lightning
    https://lacrosse.craigslist.org/bik/4287366437.html

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    Less than a day to go and no bids. 1959 Paramount. The 55th Paramount built in the "Classic Era". I think it certainly has some historic significance. Me have no money though, and its my size!!! Someone pick this up, its a beauty.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/261384508488...84.m1423.l2649
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    Paramount!

    My size, but my bike fund is so depleted right now.


    https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bid/4313561903.html


    Own a classic Schwinn Paramount circa 1988
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    Are my eyes deceiving me or does the fork look bent to anyone else?

    Originally Posted by big chainring
    Less than a day to go and no bids. 1959 Paramount. The 55th Paramount built in the "Classic Era". I think it certainly has some historic significance. Me have no money though, and its my size!!! Someone pick this up, its a beauty.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/261384508488...84.m1423.l2649
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