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Old 08-24-11, 03:01 PM
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One of the Greatest eBay Listings EVER!!!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bianchi-Road...item336b16f347
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I didn't think I needed one of those, until I saw his masterful marketing of it. Heck, it's way too small for me, but now how could I resist?
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A Terry style Bianchi?
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I have a thing for sale, if that's what you're looking for, 200 bucks.
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I wonder if his wife is making him sell it and he doesn't really want to. or vice versa.
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Dang, wish I had the cash.
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Thanks. Got a crick in my neck now.
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Originally Posted by tugrul
A Terry style Bianchi?
yes. it is a '87 Sport SX with Suntour 5000. everyone had a Terry style bike then
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I like how when you click "enlarge" for the photo it stays the same size.
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These bikes would be cooler if there was a decent supply of 24 inch tires out there.
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Holy vertical cycling, Batman!
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If the picture doesn't get you hooked, the description will pull you in!
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A gravity-defying bicycle? That must be worth at least..... Hmmm... $200.00?
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I wouldn't bid. The fork is bent.
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He'll take a bath on the $25 shipping.
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He's got me hooked. You think he'd take a trade even up on my NOS in the box 1971 Schwinn Paramount? I'll even pay the shipping.

Man, I'm so excited, I hope I can sleep tonight.
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Can't wait to see what kind of packing/shipping job he does for $25. I'm guessing he'll pay a bum to carry it in a boxcar to somewhere near the destination.
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I'm nauseated now.
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I think the photo orientation was supposed to hide the fact that the tires are flat.....The fellow is a marketing genius!
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Those tires aren't flat they are special ones so you can climb and ride up and down walls. They are super sticky.

I considered buying one of these a few months ago, but I didn't know anyone that needed it and didn't feel like flipping it. It was kinda neat though and half this guy's price so I guess it was a heck of a deal.
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