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06-01-20, 04:30 PM
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Posted By retyred

Thank you for the kind words chico. Your Frejus...

Thank you for the kind words chico. Your Frejus has enhanced my collection considerably. Am proud to be its new caretaker. Thanks for the series of pictures showing the metamorphosis of your Frejus...
05-31-20, 10:45 PM
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Posted By chico81

Sold to retyred, who has an absolutely BEAUTIFUL...

Sold to retyred, who has an absolutely BEAUTIFUL collection! If I didn’t have my wife and son in the car, I probably would have spent a few hours there with my jaw dropped, talking bikes, and...
Replies: 7
Views: 276
Posted By T-Mar

Adult male bicycles garner the most interest from...

Adult male bicycles garner the most interest from this era. This is at the wrong end of the interest spectrum. There may be some interest for some of the gender neutral parts on it.
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Posted By repechage

I would be surprised if the front rim could be...

I would be surprised if the front rim could be steamed back into even display alignment- but maybe.

the tires are toast but might be display worthy somewhere.

there is a fork in the road- learn...
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Posted By StarBiker

I kept looking at this, and everybody is correct....

I kept looking at this, and everybody is correct. This can be conserved by a pro that knows how to do it. They might even make those tires look remarkable compared to how they look now.

Let a pro...
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Posted By dweenk

^^^^^^ What he said.

^^^^^^ What he said.
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Posted By trainman999

alexander55 you should post your questions over...

alexander55 you should post your questions over on the CABE (https://thecabe.com/forum/) they have a thread on pre 1930 bikes. Don't do anything with the tires and wheels someone will want them just...
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Posted By wrk101

Do nothing! You risk decreasing value (not only...

Do nothing! You risk decreasing value (not only risk, but probably WILL decrease value). I personally would sell it as is. One person's cleaning is another person's patina DESTRUCTION. Why do you...
Replies: 10
Views: 283
Posted By bikemig

A pair of Philips 10 speeds from the 60s for...

A pair of Philips 10 speeds from the 60s for $450? That's a bad deal and you can do better unless there is something truly exceptional about those bikes and I doubt that there are.
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Views: 633
Posted By juvela

----- You might wish to inquire about this...

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You might wish to inquire about this over at thecabe.com forum.

It is more up their street...

Registration is free.

The bottom bracket shell for a one-piece chainset might suggest...
Replies: 26
Views: 1,947
Posted By xiaoman1

A 50th group set sold on the bay for $3,600.00,...

A 50th group set sold on the bay for $3,600.00, so I guess some people just have to have it...just like the astronomical prices for some things etc.
To some bragging rights come with a high price,...
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Posted By nomadmax

There are a number of people in the world with...

There are a number of people in the world with more money than sense. All that seller needs is ONE.
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Views: 1,947
Posted By DMC707

Link to ad Im a bit speechless on the price...

Link to ad

Im a bit speechless on the price --- but with a "Yeah, but" caveat thrown in

true NOS unridden dealer display -- so pretty

OTOH --- Campy 50th anniversary is 1983 and the...
09-09-19, 11:40 AM
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Views: 2,926
Posted By Ray13

I can not say but I just bought a Atala with a...

I can not say but I just bought a Atala with a serial number starting with R72 which I assume is a 1972. But other reply’s to your past indicate that the letter should come after the year. So we both...
Replies: 26
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Posted By xiaoman1

There are some great videos on the net that will...

There are some great videos on the net that will show you what is involved in packing and shipping a bike...a little more involved and time consuming than you might think.
Ben
08-03-19, 04:07 PM
Replies: 134
Views: 10,264
Posted By jackbombay

I kind of only have one for sure keeper, my 1963...

I kind of only have one for sure keeper, my 1963 Hercules 3 speed, I did a full resto mod build on it about 15 years ago. Its my townie, but I do take it on longer rides too, rode a century on it...
08-03-19, 01:32 PM
Replies: 134
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Posted By T-Mar

Two - my wife and my son. Every thing else is...

Two - my wife and my son. Every thing else is disposable, for the right price, bicycles included.
08-03-19, 10:11 AM
Replies: 134
Views: 10,264
Posted By Kilroy1988

I'm 30 years old and have been riding vintage...

I'm 30 years old and have been riding vintage steel bicycles for a decade. I have a lot to learn, but I've narrowed my priorities quite a bit when hunting for new acquisitions, and will probably be...
08-03-19, 09:59 AM
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Views: 10,264
Posted By Wildwood

??? ??? They are all keepers, until my...

??? ???
They are all keepers, until my priorities change.

edit: It's a vintage Euro roadie grouping. Follis is French, Bottecchia = Italian, Spanish Basque, Dutch, Swiss, Irish, English, Belgium,...
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Views: 1,327
Posted By gomango

CR would be a great place to notify potential...

CR would be a great place to notify potential buyers, as well as ebay.

CL just doesn't cut it anymore.

I find it to be an almost total waste of my time for bike related items.

I certainly...
07-24-19, 09:18 PM
Replies: 2,350
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Posted By clubman

Ringing more. Left knee still a mess.

Riding through/near one of our last old growth forrests. Having a blast this summer, finally getting to put some kms on the legs and shed some pounds. Notice how poorly my right knee was set during...
Replies: 13
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Posted By juvela

----- Looks Interclub to me also. The...

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Looks Interclub to me also.

The higher models mentioned above would exhibit the "willow leaf" seat stay cap.

First year for this transfer pattern was 1974.

Some of the details...
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Views: 975
Posted By bikemig

I like to think that the French Riding Club is...

I like to think that the French Riding Club is fiercely loyal and commonsensical , :)

https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/1099305-what-s-so-special-about-french-bikes.html
Replies: 13
Views: 975
Posted By merziac

+1 Agreed :thumb: The cool factor is way up...

+1 Agreed :thumb:

The cool factor is way up there with these, they punch well above their station. ;)
Replies: 13
Views: 975
Posted By rustystrings61

c.1974-75 with Reynolds 531 main triangle, most...

c.1974-75 with Reynolds 531 main triangle, most likely an Interclub because the headset looks like something less expensive than the Stronglight P3 that came on the Tour de France. Chas. Colerich...
Replies: 13
Views: 975
Posted By bikemig

Yeah, that's not a '72. The honeycomb drop outs...

Yeah, that's not a '72. The honeycomb drop outs came out a bit later (mid 70s I think). They're a real plus as you can run pretty much any RD on that; the stronglight drop outs work with--you guessed...
Replies: 15
Views: 1,587
Posted By MauriceMoss

I don't know if the bike here already sold or...

I don't know if the bike here already sold or not, so this will be just a reference note.

I've never seen this specific marque before. I have seen Cicli Continental but the badge is completely...
07-09-19, 12:41 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 2,907
Posted By Kilroy1988

The details for that are all in the thread I...

The details for that are all in the thread I originally posted about the bicycle, which is linked in the first post. The number is 100622 and is stamped on the seat tube on the non-drive side.
07-09-19, 11:05 AM
Replies: 23
Views: 2,907
Posted By Kilroy1988

Agriculture, man... 'Tis the season!

Agriculture, man... 'Tis the season!
07-08-19, 06:14 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 2,907
Posted By merziac

Gatorskins and Pasella's both come in 27 in. and...

Gatorskins and Pasella's both come in 27 in. and both are very good tires. Plenty of other replacements as well.
Replies: 10
Views: 1,088
Posted By caloso

Gorgeous.

Gorgeous.
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Views: 1,088
Posted By Last ride 76

No, there aren't. Woohoo! Original with panto......

No, there aren't. Woohoo! Original with panto... Sorry out of my knowledge bracket, but nice to see. Congrats on finding a very special bike.
04-08-19, 08:29 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 4,193
Posted By wrk101

On auctions anymore I just do buy it now,...

On auctions anymore I just do buy it now, immediate payment required (check the box on the listing). I've gotten too many never pay bidders, about 10% in my experience. IMHO, eBay has no problem...
Replies: 24
Views: 3,059
Posted By miamijim

It depends on your market. I've seen local...

It depends on your market. I've seen local flippers buy and re-sell the same bike on CL the very same day!!!

Do you plan on refurbishing them first or do you plan to simply re-list them with...
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