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Posted By Drausus

Looks to be an '83 Nishiki Olympic - Tange #5...

Looks to be an '83 Nishiki Olympic - Tange #5 (https://www.bikeforums.net/usertag.php?do=list&action=hash&hash=5) tubing, lower end Shimano Exage Sport ('88?) & Weinmann brakes.In my opinion the...
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Posted By Drausus

https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikeforums.net-vbulle...

https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikeforums.net-vbulletin/800x767/hiot539_fd9291e219ce6b55ed44cd37c4ef0af178981919.jpg...
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Posted By Drausus

Would love to hear more about this bike from a...

Would love to hear more about this bike from a Gazelle guru... Gazelle's always catch my eye on ebay. Looks to be in very good condition, good luck!
07-22-17, 05:25 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Well, I can get back to my regular sleep schedule...

Well, I can get back to my regular sleep schedule (instead of waking up at 4am everyday) for a couple of weeks. The Vuelta is only (4) weeks away and rarely disappoints. Not sure if this list of...
07-16-17, 07:26 PM
Replies: 59
Views: 5,703
Posted By Drausus

If it wasn't deliberate, it sure was a blessing...

If it wasn't deliberate, it sure was a blessing in disguise. Astana doesn't have the man power; there was absolutely no way they could take control for a week and put enough time into Froome for Aru...
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Posted By Drausus

The bottom (2) bikes you posted are from a guy...

The bottom (2) bikes you posted are from a guy that flips bikes for a living - you can search "mcb" on craigs to see his full stable. I personally think his bikes are overpriced. Since your in the...
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Posted By Drausus

Thats not an '89, its an '88. The '89 was made...

Thats not an '89, its an '88. The '89 was made with Tru Temper, '88 was 531 (main triangle). Both featured the Ultegra groupset originally. Looks like someone replaced that on yours with Alpha 5000...
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Posted By Drausus

What rural area are you speaking off? Are you...

What rural area are you speaking off? Are you buying or selling? What are the components on the bike? Are they original? Mismatched? Are you sure its rideable? Tires, tubes, cable, BB, bearings,...
07-05-17, 03:31 PM
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Posted By Drausus

It was a great attack by Aru, went from :56 to...

It was a great attack by Aru, went from :56 to only :14 seconds down in the overall. Can't sleep on him, he looks in great form and hopefully he can challenge in the later mountain stages. Quintana...
07-03-17, 11:32 AM
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Posted By Drausus

Batman vs Superman... 1/10 - a complete waste of...

Batman vs Superman... 1/10 - a complete waste of time. I heard it was bad, but it was much worse than expected. No spoilers, but I found the resolution of the main plot completely ridiculous. Oh...
07-03-17, 11:03 AM
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Posted By Drausus

So does this mean Lance gets his tours back? :lol:

So does this mean Lance gets his tours back? :lol:
07-01-17, 03:40 PM
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Posted By Drausus

A standard binder bolt's diameter is to large to...

A standard binder bolt's diameter is to large to fit. The keys are placed on the outside of the receiving portion and will not fit the small diameter of the clamp recess. The v-brake nut works well...
06-29-17, 11:26 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Unfortunately that won't fit the profile. I do...

Unfortunately that won't fit the profile. I do think I found a solution though! Its not ideal, but it looks like the best option.

From the iBOB archives:
06-29-17, 09:37 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Here's the right side ...

Here's the right side

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/Drausus/IMG_02271.jpg (http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Drausus/media/IMG_02271.jpg.html)

Another pic of the left side w/ notches
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06-29-17, 08:44 PM
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Posted By Drausus

'91 Bridgestone RB-2 Seatpost Binder

I am wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to replace the original Bridgestone RB Seatpost Binder bolt. I am restoring a '91, and unfortunately the darn thing is missing. I posted a picture of the...
06-20-17, 01:44 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Here is the decal set for the mystery...

Here is the decal set for the mystery Specialissima I posted under the Sante above - Bianchi Specialissima Campa
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06-20-17, 01:19 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Are you looking specifically for SL frames?

Are you looking specifically for SL frames?
06-20-17, 10:39 AM
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Posted By Drausus

Here is a link to an original 1987 Super Leggera...

Here is a link to an original 1987 Super Leggera being restored - John's Bicycle Restorations: Ron's 1987 Bianchi Super Leggera Restoration - Celest Green...
06-20-17, 09:53 AM
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Posted By Drausus

The stem is not original, its an x4. The buyer is...

The stem is not original, its an x4. The buyer is asking $2500 (whether that is realistic or not, I don't know). Here are some more '89 Specialissima pictures, the first two being the Sante you...
06-20-17, 09:14 AM
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Posted By Drausus

Here are some pictures of one being referred to...

Here are some pictures of one being referred to as a 1989 that is currently on the market -

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/Drausus/89%20-%20Bianchi%208.jpg...
06-20-17, 02:07 AM
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Posted By Drausus

1989 Bianchi Specialissima C. Groupset would have...

1989 Bianchi Specialissima C. Groupset would have been Campagnolo Croce D'Aune (atleast from the only other one I have seen)
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Posted By Drausus

Pic Assist

Pic Assist
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Posted By Drausus

Im just taking a guess, please refer to others...

Im just taking a guess, please refer to others first: but everything I can find indicates its a 1979 PXN10E (would be nice to see more/bigger pics) :
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Posted By Drausus

This catalog is from a different year, but it...

This catalog is from a different year, but it will give you a general idea on where the Italia was placed within the pecking order. The Bicycle Info Project :: Torpado Bicycles Brochure circa late...
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Posted By Drausus

This should help you out a bit: Classique...

This should help you out a bit: Classique (http://www.vintagelotusbicycles.com/Classique.html)

Nice bike! I think $200 is a great price point to start with, but as others mentioned, in a hot...
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Posted By Drausus

$250 seems a bit low, but its more about demand...

$250 seems a bit low, but its more about demand than supply. Unless there is a strong cult following looking for these (maybe there is?), than the actual worth of your wagon is going to be diminished...
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Posted By Drausus

Did you end up buying this frame? If it fits,...

Did you end up buying this frame? If it fits, then yes, a Celo Europa frame made of Columbus is worth at least $100; most people would gladly pay more for frames made by or associated with Colnago....
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Posted By Drausus

I searched around and found this, A Japanese made...

I searched around and found this, A Japanese made DNB from the 1960's. It looks to match the front derailleur in question.
05-29-17, 09:54 PM
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Posted By Drausus

Checking in from Wenatchee, WA. The weather has...

Checking in from Wenatchee, WA. The weather has turned towards the 90's this week, so morning and evening rides are just about perfect!
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Posted By Drausus

Thanks for the pic assist cb400 and thanks for...

Thanks for the pic assist cb400 and thanks for all the info guys. I'll probably hold off on this one and patiently wait for something else to show up in or around my market. Thanks again!
05-25-17, 11:15 PM
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Posted By Drausus

I thought that the 30 for 30 "Slaying the Badger"...

I thought that the 30 for 30 "Slaying the Badger" film was really well made, although I would of liked to hear more from Hinault and less from the Lemond's. As mentioned above, "A Sunday In Hell" is...
05-25-17, 11:07 PM
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Posted By Drausus

The last series I found time to finish was...

The last series I found time to finish was Westworld. 8/10, kind of picked up on some hints early on, but it kept me on the edge until the finale. It was good enough that I kept having to watch "1"...
05-25-17, 10:16 PM
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Views: 3,404
Posted By Drausus

That's a great looking bike for its age. The...

That's a great looking bike for its age. The headbadge is particularly wonderful. If I saw it while riding I would do a double take. Congrats!
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Posted By Drausus

1973 Raleigh Grand Prix

Hi everyone,

Today I was at a thrift store and stumbled upon a '73 Raleigh Grand Prix. From the looks of it and to my knowledge, the components that seem to be unoriginal are the saddle and the...
Forum: Introductions
05-25-17, 08:35 PM
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Views: 277
Posted By Drausus

Hello from the Pacific NW (WA)

Hi everyone,

I have been a member and forum reader for 2 years but haven't posted until now :innocent:. I really enjoy reading the frame-builders and vintage bike threads, always wonderful and...
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