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

Old 05-07-14, 12:36 PM
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looking for something unusual and expensive? ... vintage feel to it, but seems like quite a stretched riding position.

Wooden bicycle

[h=2]Wooden bicycle - $700 (Wakefield)[/h]


Handmade wooden bicycle. Plywood over hard pink foam. Laminated half inch solid stock inside ply from about 6" behind both the head set and the one piece bottom bracket forward to beef it up at those places. Chrome seat pan and leather seat pad and saddle bags that I made too. Racing bars and front caliper brake and coaster brake on rear. Pro auto body paint job in sea foam green. New white 24" HALO thin rail tires and new rims. Leather trim. It still a work in progress and could use a little tweaking. I don't really have the time to do that. So, its not being ridden. I designed and built this myself and imho, I think its pretty cool. A couple of nicks from when I was working on it. I didn't always have a second pair of hands when I could have used them. It a bit bulky and its not built for speed but rides like a Caddy. Call with any questions. Thanks for looking.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Panasonic Touring 18-speed road bike w/ 21" (53cm) frame 5'3" - 5'7"
Panasonic Touring 18-speed road bike w/ 21" (53cm) frame 5'3" - 5'7" - $295 (Cambridge / Somerville / Medford)



condition: well maintained ... recently tuned up ... ready to ride

Recently tuned up by a bike mechanic to make sure everything works -- brakes, gears, tires, etc

Ready to ride!

Call or text me at show contact info and please refer to the gray Panasonic Touring Deluxe road bike ... Thanks!
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Nice looking bike....a bit too much $ though.
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Don't know anything about Ross's model line, or if the price ($350) is decent, but this looks to be a fairly nice looking bike. It's got Shimano 600 Arabesque bits. Not my favorite color, but it's not like you can special order a new one from the factory.

Vintage Ross Super Gran Tour XV Ishiwata 024, 600 Arabesque group

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Originally Posted by repechage
Is there a chance they are for the same side?
Good catch. It does appear that way.
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More than the starting bid I'd say. If I were local I would definitely put in a last minute bid.
But understand you'll be bidding against at least one Forum member.

My size and everything.
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[QUOTE=Rocket-Sauce;16737337]This just makes me sad....

Quite the opposite - every bike should be used up. What's the point of just looking at them?
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Lovely Olmo sport bike.

bicicletta d'epoca olmo | eBay


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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Don't know anything about Ross's model line, or if the price ($350) is decent, but this looks to be a fairly nice looking bike. It's got Shimano 600 Arabesque bits. Not my favorite color, but it's not like you can special order a new one from the factory.

Vintage Ross Super Gran Tour XV Ishiwata 024, 600 Arabesque group



Not worth $350 at least in my mind. Ishiwata 024 tubing was nothing special, I had 022 tubing on a bike and that was better tubing and was found on a mid grade bike thus 024 is low end on the Ishiwata CroMoly tube sets and the heaviest.
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Motobecane - retro hip
Motobecane - retro hip - $250 (New Market)


Great retro hip city bike with French flare. Fenders, awesome wing nuts for the wheels, front & rear Soubritz lights work with generator, braze-ons for wiring, cables, generator, spoke lock (no key), and pump. Weinmann Dynamic brakes, Huret front derailuer, Huret Svelto rear derailuer, Pivo stem, fenders, and bell. 32'' stand-over height for top tube.

Cruise the city in style.

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
No, not for many years now. But NOS tube sets are still available from e.g. Bicycle Classics.
That's quite the website
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
I bought this!
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This is my size but I don't need another Cannondale. If I did I would be on my way.


CL >orange co >all for sale / wanted >bicycles - by owner


x prohibited[SUP][?][/SUP] Posted: an hour ago
[h=2]CANNONDALE ALUM 16 SP ROAD RACE BIKE -ALL CAMPAGNOLA -FULLY INTEGRATED - $475 (SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO)[/h]


CUSTOM CANNONDALE ROAD RACE BIKE

BUILT IN USA

ALL CAMPAGNOLA COMPONENTS

FULLY INTEGRATED

UNBELIEVABLY CLEAN AND READY TO RIDE....BARELY RIDEN...STORED INSIDE...

DESCRIPTION:
16 SPEED
CAMPAGNOLA CHORUS INTEGRATED BRAKE AND SHIFTERS
CAMPAGNOLA CHORUS DERAILERS
CAMPAGNOLA ATHENA BRAKES
CAMPAGNOLA RIMS AND 700 X 23 TIRES
3.0 ALUMINUM TUBING
PROLOGUE ALUMINUM ALLOY FORK
VETTA ODOMETER AND HEART MONITOR
VETTA SP SUSPESION SEAT
AVANTI HANDLEBARS
BLACKBURN AS-1 AIR STIK TIRE PUMP
MEASURES 22.5" FROM CENTER OF CRANK TO TOP OF CROSS BAR
MEASURES 33" FROM GROUND TO TOP OF CROSSBAR
TOE CLIP PEDALS

BEAUTIFUL EXCELLENT READY TO RIDE CONDITION!

$475. SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO
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Vintage Peugeot 10 speed[h=2] Vintage Peugeot 10 speed - $400 (Grant and Silverbell)[/h]
Looking to sell my 70s peugeot uo8 bicycle..made in france....bike is mechanically sound..original paint..frame size is about 56cm...seat is obviuosly adjustable I'm 6'3 and ride comfortably although someone shorter would have no problem riding it as well..this peugeot is a collectors bicycle research it and you will see I'm not asking more than what it is worth...call or prefer txt


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80's Centurion Pro-Tour 15 w/Panniers 63CM - $125 Charlotte NC area

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Miyata 1000 - $425 (West suburb- Minneapolis, MN)

Miyata 1000

1982 Miyata 1000 frame size is 58cm or 23".
Fairly rare and highly collectible.
Normal wear on the paint for this vintage. Drivetrain and bearing show very little to no wear.
40 spokes rear wheel for touring duty. Entirely original as far as I can tell.
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Originally Posted by Clang
Miyata 1000 - $425 (West suburb- Minneapolis, MN)

Miyata 1000

1982 Miyata 1000 frame size is 58cm or 23".
Fairly rare and highly collectible.
Normal wear on the paint for this vintage. Drivetrain and bearing show very little to no wear.
40 spokes rear wheel for touring duty. Entirely original as far as I can tell.
Email or call/text contact listed if interested.
Thanks,
Must...resist!!!! Dream bike...in my size...in my state...
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Originally Posted by JAG410
Must...resist!!!! Dream bike...in my size...in my state...
Go now. Won't last long. Looks to have new brake pads and ride-able tires. If its your grail bike it won't come along again that close to you.
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Originally Posted by jmeb
Go now. Won't last long. Looks to have new brake pads and ride-able tires. If its your grail bike it won't come along again that close to you.
Not my grail year, as I'd want all the bottle cage braze ons and low rider mounts, but it's a damn fine specimen! I'm at the limits of my garage space for now anyways.
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Originally Posted by JAG410
Not my grail year, as I'd want all the bottle cage braze ons and low rider mounts, but it's a damn fine specimen! I'm at the limits of my garage space for now anyways.
This is the bar, not the AA meeting. N+1 is in fashion.
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Must...resist!!!! Dream bike...in my size...in my state...
Get it as a place holder till your grail bike comes along...in the mean time ride it and see if you really like it...I think it is priced right
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Originally Posted by JAG410
Not my grail year, as I'd want all the bottle cage braze ons and low rider mounts, but it's a damn fine specimen! I'm at the limits of my garage space for now anyways.
Spline Triple Butted or nothing at all!
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Originally Posted by OTS
Get it as a place holder till your grail bike comes along...in the mean time ride it and see if you really like it...I think it is priced right

Mmmm...... original racks ..... mmmmmm



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Vintage Red John Bull English Grips
Vintage Red John Bull English Grips
Yeah, wouldn't these look great on my Lenton...but I'm broke.
Put them on yours for my vicarious thrills.
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Gitane mixte, $65. Check bike inside out - I bought couple of bikes from this guy - his idea of refurbish is to dump bike into WD-40 bath and go over with rug after. But he has some cool frames sometimes at OK prices

GIRANE bike | other | St. Catharines | Kijiji

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'87 Circuit in PDX for $100. The last thing I need right now is a project, but this bike deserves new life. Someone get on it!

[h=2]Vintage Schwinn Circuit 57 - $100 (Montavilla)[/h]

condition: good size / dimensions: 57

Black steal frame. Top tube 56 c to c Seat tube 57 c to c.

Wheels are mismatched and tires are throw aways. Clearance is pretty tight with 700x25 tires and the custom fender job. Everything works, newer Ritchey handlebars and threadless quill stem adaptor.
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