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

Old 09-29-14, 05:27 PM
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I don't usually like to post ads from dealers, but this is sooo purty

TREK 560 vintage road bike -- Reynolds 531 - Amazing Condition! 59cm
TREK 560 vintage road bike -- Reynolds 531 - Amazing Condition! 59cm - $425 (Lowell)











This is so tempting.
Completely agree. That one's been on Boston CL for probably 3 weeks now...not sure why it's not been snapped up.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
Not a big fan of this guy, but he's got a tall Mercian... VINTAGE MERCIAN ROAD BIKE
If I wasn't already in trouble over my yet-to-arrive Merckx Team SC (Come on, FedEx!), I would be SO all over this.

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Originally Posted by rando_couche
If I wasn't already in trouble over my yet-to-arrive Merckx Team SC (Come on, FedEx!), I would be SO all over this.
OK, weird free-association, but there should be a cycling equivalent to Patrick F McManus' "Gunrunning" (originally titled "How to Buy a ***... Without Your Wife Finding Out") in The Grasshopper Trap. Unfortunately bikes don't stash so well in the gunsafe... Fortunately I have a large, difficult-to-access attic in the garage that my wife doesn't dare to enter...

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Originally Posted by JTTDF
^Then you might like this (though it isn't lugged):

Tesch S-22 Road Bike - $300


Tesch S-22 Road Bike

Forutunately not in my size. I just picked up a '92 Serotta Colorado GT in red so I'm not exclusively a lugged guy . Wish it were in the classic red/yellow fade though...
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Not sure if it's worth that much, but it sure looks cool

Rare Viscount English Road Bike

[h=2] Rare Viscount English Road Bike - $360 (Clarendon)[/h]



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I had a Viscount Aerospace Pro years ago- man I wish I still had that bike. Aren't those forks the recalled cast aluminum "Death Forks"???

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Originally Posted by mountaindave
OK, weird free-association, but there should be a cycling equivalent to Patrick F McManus' "Gunrunning" (originally titled "How to Buy a ***... Without Your Wife Finding Out") in The Grasshopper Trap. Unfortunately bikes don't stash so well in the gunsafe... Fortunately I have a large, difficult-to-access attic in the garage that my wife doesn't dare to enter...

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You can always rent a storage unit if need be.
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Not super cheap but I bet it rides great and that century-finish Centaur group is really nice looking.


Colnago Classic Steel Frame and Fork
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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Not super cheap but I bet it rides great and that century-finish Centaur group is really nice looking.


Colnago Classic Steel Frame and Fork
From the copy it sounds like he's just selling the frame, not the group.
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Whoops, I think you are right. What's with people thinking their Colnagos are so valuable just because it is in Mapei paint?

Colnago C40 - $7999


2003 Colnago Mapei C40 54cm - $5100


Colnago C50 Mapei World Champion Medium - $4999
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Aerodynamics be damned, I'd never go faster on those Zipp wheels because is be too busy throwing up in my mouth.
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Speaking of throwing up.......

Rigi Bicycle RARE Fixed 63cm Campagnolo Suntour Sugino White Industries Velocity | eBay



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Trek Elance 25 in Frame
[h=2]Trek Elance 25 in Frame - $25 (framingham)[/h]







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Trek Elance 300 frame, bars, seat, seat poll, bottom bracket, and brake levers

[h=2]Trek Elance 300 frame, bars, seat, seat poll, bottom bracket, and brake levers - $100 (Malden)[/h]








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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Whoops, I think you are right. What's with people thinking their Colnagos are so valuable just because it is in Mapei paint?

Colnago C40 - $7999


2003 Colnago Mapei C40 54cm - $5100


Colnago C50 Mapei World Champion Medium - $4999
Yikes! Makes $900 for a frame seem like a bargain.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Looks like the front derailleur mount is gone. Not that it would be easy finding one of those Gian Robert front derailleurs to mount there...

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Originally Posted by TimmyT
I think that's a bf bike.
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Originally Posted by SquidPuppet
I'm not a C&V guy but I stumbled across this while searching for something completely unrelated. I know it's a repaint and that hurts, but I also know Paramounts are a bit special. Looks well done and the price strikes me as koo-koo cheap. Perhaps I'm wrong. Just thinking of you guys in case it's a score...

It's my size, just the wrong bike.

1973 Schwinn Paramount Campagnolo Reynolds 531 Nervex Frame Set Nice See | eBay

This just sold for $610. I'd be happy to pay this price for a clean, original paint, Paramount frameset in this size.
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Nice set of NOS Bluemels...bids are low for now but it's still early

Bluemels Polished Alloy Tour de France 39mm Bicycle Bike Fenders | eBay

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If his sells at 1K I'll list mine for 2K and see what happens.

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Originally Posted by ashemon
Nuovo Record equipped Raleigh. Not sure if he'll split them up.

Lot of Vintage Bikes

Lot of Vintage Bikes - $300


Thanks a lot for the heads up. I went and picked up the Raleigh today:

At first I thought it was another SBDU Team Pro frame (!). I have one in 531 from 1978 in the same dark blue, same lugs, same decals. But this one has Suntour Pro drops, different seat stay caps, and chromed stays under the paint. Also the 80's head badge. Campy RD and cranks are dated '84, but the decal looks late '70's to me. I'm assuming a MIJ 531 special order frame of some sort? I can't find it in any catalog. Rims are Mavic tubulars, brakeset and pedals are Superbe, stem/bars are SR (same as my SBDU bike). Stronglight alloy headset. A pleasant mystery, and in my size (62cm CTT). Thanks again ashemon.
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Good get (it would have been mine but I have too many bikes right now haha). Looks gorgeous! You also picked up that Panasonic for your friend, right?
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Beautiful Bob Jackson Road bicycle

[h=2]Beautiful Bob Jackson Road bicycle - $950[/h]





condition: like new size / dimensions: 55cm/54cm


Selling my beautiful Bob Jackson Steel road bicycle. This bicycle is in excellent condition and definitely will be a head turner. I work as a bicycle mechanic at Harris Cycle and put all new cables and gave it a tune up. The bicycle is specked with mainly shimano 105, shifters, RD, Crankset, and brakes, it also has a campy chorus threaded headset and nitto stem. For a wheelset you get the smooth and solid ride of DT Swiss rims to 105 hubs, it rides like a dream! I could go on but the bicycle speaks for itself, Bob Jackson is held in regard as one of the best UK frame builders and this bicycle was made still under his watch before he died in 1999. Although they are still making Bob Jackson you are looking at $1,500 just frame and fork alone. The top tube is 55cm center to center and the seat tube is 54cm center to top. If you are in the newton area and want to come by Harris Cycle and check it out just come to the service department and ask for Kyle aka BT.
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1989 Guerciotti -- Campagnolo Chorus/Mirage 16 speed - 56cm -- $900

[h=2]1989 Guerciotti -- Campagnolo Chorus/Mirage 16 speed - 56cm -- $900 - $900 (Lowell)[/h]











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This is a very clean and classic Italian racer. It features a full Campagnolo 16 speed group, predominantly Chorus level with Mirage shifters. The group includes the Campagnolo seat post, headset, and custom built Campagnolo wheels (Chorus hubs, Ypsilon aero rims, bladed spokes.). The bike has a beautiful, high quality finish. The bike has been very well cared for. It shines.

City Bicycle ? Bike shop ? Lowell Massachusetts

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****City Bicycle is an actual bike shop with four walls (actually six walls). We accept all major cards and do charge sales tax. We offer a discount on accessories when you purchase a bike and offer a completely conditional, completely limited warranty on our bikes for thirty days.****

****We offer a variety of fine bicycles in our vintage inspired *real* bike shop. Including new single speed bikes from State Bicycle, a variety of used bikes, and we specialize in vintage European racing bicycles and components.****

****We sell parts and accessories and offer repair and tuning services on all makes and models.****

****At City Bicycle we build top quality custom wheelsets.****

****At City bicycle we build unique custom bicycles. We build with existing vintage road frame sets and with new frames from Soma, State Bicycle & Pake. We often build using classic Campagnolo, Suntour and Shimano components in addition to new components.****
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