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Posted By cb400bill

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Posted By shelbyfv

Cool bike and a bargain. FWIW, driving is...

Cool bike and a bargain. FWIW, driving is entertainment for me now that I don't have to commute to work.:)
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Posted By fleslider

25$ for that bike is a steal. looks to be full...

25$ for that bike is a steal. looks to be full Deore XT (M732) you could sell the front derailleur for that much. that is a nice find there. Those Paramount MTB's were nice bikes. yes they are not...
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Posted By Glennfordx4

I bought my PDG 70 for $30 at a auction, Full XT...

I bought my PDG 70 for $30 at a auction, Full XT in good condition, I thought I stole it, These are great bikes and I would buy every one at the price you paid.

Glenn
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Posted By bikemig

Why not? It's not your bike, right? I would have...

Why not? It's not your bike, right? I would have done the drive if I needed a top end vintage MTB. I drove that far to pick up an early 90s specialized stumpjumper and I paid more than $25 for it.
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Posted By xiaoman1

BTW, 1-1/2 each way is not bad in my book for a...

BTW,
1-1/2 each way is not bad in my book for a 25. MTN bike.
I believe that the Series 90 was the top of the line, here is a link to a discussion...
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Posted By xiaoman1

yes.

yes.
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Posted By onyerleft

Is niiiice! You should make this bicycle for...

Is niiiice! You should make this bicycle for yourself, if the fits is okay. Sorry, but I am cannot be answer to you'r question because I have a GAP in my knowledge of the Basso's.
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Views: 455
Posted By wrk101

Get in your car and go get it. Early BSA track...

Get in your car and go get it. Early BSA track bike with chrome frame, skip tooth crank, and wood rims. What's not to like.
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Posted By elcraft

Chainwheel looks like BSA and does not have...

Chainwheel looks like BSA and does not have tubular Raleigh forkcrown. Probably a BSA from pre- Tube Investments era, i.e., pre- ‘57.
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Views: 873
Posted By fishboat

Very nice ride. I really wanted a Karakoram (or...

Very nice ride. I really wanted a Karakoram (or Avalanche) when I picked up my first mtb bike in the early 90's. It was early in my second career and I just didn't have the cash. I ended up buying a...
04-12-20, 07:07 AM
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Posted By joesch

I noticed you left the bidding term in the...

I noticed you left the bidding term in the description and see your offering the BF members a nice discount from your 36@y auction. BTW, I have Wound Up CF forks on my TI Serotta and find the...
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Views: 1,190
Posted By Kabuki12

The Competition GS was first offered in 1977 and...

The Competition GS was first offered in 1977 and was the first to come with the Campagnolo components. My experience is that they generally command a bit more than the pre 77 Competitions. Even with...
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Posted By zukahn1

Being a GS with GS components it's from 72 or so...

Being a GS with GS components it's from 72 or so date wise. As for value $1000 is just a no go for a GS level bike the half or so prices off ebay are on the high side. Good market I would put value...
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Posted By juvela

----- minor tip on composing a listing - ...

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minor tip on composing a listing -

the manufacturer offered these in sizes of one inch increment on the half inch

their designation for this size is 23 1/2", as measured centre to top...
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Posted By cb400bill

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Posted By Unca_Sam

I own this model for this year. I removed a...

I own this model for this year. I removed a freewheel from the rear wheel, not a uniglide cassette. As madpogue pointed out, there are sealed freewheels and QR hubs that accept either a cassette or a...
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Posted By repechage

Grandis are often overlooked. I have one, I...

Grandis are often overlooked.
I have one, I paid too much in comparison to the current market.
the overall ride and handling is very close to a Colnago Super.

the pedals on this one will pull...
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Views: 659
Posted By bikemig

It's a beautiful bike. Others will come along who...

It's a beautiful bike. Others will come along who can give you a better idea of what it's worth. The pantographed crank is sweet. To get top dollar, you'll need to deal with eBay. There's a really...
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Views: 456
Posted By wrk101

Top of the line made in Japan by Panasonic, top...

Top of the line made in Japan by Panasonic, top of the line Tange Prestige tubing, lugged steel frame set, $175. If the paint was perfect, $300. eBay prices.

Three year only production, pretty...
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Views: 1,097
Posted By desconhecido

On the hub? No telling as it's a replacement ...

On the hub? No telling as it's a replacement Should follow the no groove:ita, 1 groove:bsa, 2 groove french rule.

Tipos are pretty nice hubs and roll better than either the Normandy Sport hubs...
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Posted By bikemig

I like the old tipo hi flange hubs but they are...

I like the old tipo hi flange hubs but they are one step down from record hubs.
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Posted By bikemig

The FD and saddle hurt the value of the bike. I'm...

The FD and saddle hurt the value of the bike. I'm fairly certain the bike came with mafac racers which are more desireable than the competitions since straddle cables for the competitions are...
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Posted By wrk101

I've had lock nuts dated on Campy hubs as old as...

I've had lock nuts dated on Campy hubs as old as 1959. Easy enough to remove one and check.
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Posted By juvela

----- We need enlightenment from - ...

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We need enlightenment from -

MauriceMoss :)


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01-18-20, 11:58 AM
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Posted By Iowa10Speed

I have a 620 like yours. You'll have a great...

I have a 620 like yours. You'll have a great bike when you're done. Your paint is nice. It's amazing in the sun.

My experience is similar to the other posts:

Yours is an '84. The...
01-18-20, 11:14 AM
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Posted By ironwood

It isn't an '83, all the 600 series that year...

It isn't an '83, all the 600 series that year had caliper brakes, not brazed on posts for cantilevers. The '83s are good candidates for conversion to 650B.
01-18-20, 12:23 AM
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Posted By Chr0m0ly

Isn't that an '84? The '83 620 had caliper...

Isn't that an '84? The '83 620 had caliper brakes. This one is much more desirable in my opinion👍
01-17-20, 11:47 PM
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Views: 636
Posted By Hobbiano

You might want to disassemble the helicomatic...

You might want to disassemble the helicomatic hubs and if the cones and races are in good condition go ahead and overhaul them and use them. The cones seem to go first and replacements are difficult...
01-17-20, 09:03 PM
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Views: 636
Posted By The Golden Boy

The Trek 620 had the Eco, the 720 had the...

The Trek 620 had the Eco, the 720 had the Titanium Duopar.

No, you should not use 600 derailleurs- the Sachs/Huret front is a great FD- I'm not a fan of the Duopar- but if it's in good shape- I'd...
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Posted By Drillium Dude

Cutout in lower head lug mirrors the 4-lobed...

Cutout in lower head lug mirrors the 4-lobed design used by Ciocc, and those looooong points are another Ciocc dead-giveaway. So possibly Pelizzoli-built. See if you can get more pics - this looks...
12-25-19, 11:57 PM
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Posted By dddd

All 6-speed Helicomatic freewheels use narrow...

All 6-speed Helicomatic freewheels use narrow spacing, equivalent to Ultra-6 and to 7-speed freewheel spacing.

A Sedisport (narrow) chain is the best chain to use with these freewheels. I've also...
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Views: 491
Posted By himespau

I'd doubt the fork is original, but it doesn't...

I'd doubt the fork is original, but it doesn't look bent to me. Too many lines converging at different angles make me think it's just an optical illusion.
12-01-19, 07:08 PM
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Views: 334
Posted By curbtender

You have our blessings.

You have our blessings.
11-05-19, 12:18 PM
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Posted By orcas island

Bump for price reduction to $650.

Bump for price reduction to $650.
11-04-19, 09:49 AM
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Posted By francophile

Not sure if it's interesting, but I have a pearl...

Not sure if it's interesting, but I have a pearl white'84 Peugeot PH10LE with through-top tube cable routing. I believe it's a 58 or 59. I can snap photos if you're interested.

Basically, this...
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Views: 1,408
Posted By HankHeel

Yes it actually fits my wife, with a little less...

Yes it actually fits my wife, with a little less seat post than in the photo. Im 5'9" and the guy I bought it off of said it was just too small for him, him being a few inches taller than me.
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Posted By Freqman1

I think that would be a little optimistic. A very...

I think that would be a little optimistic. A very nice original paint bike may hit that kind of money. I bought this one for $1800 shipped. BTW the bike is a '37--first year of Zep. It should also...
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Posted By Bianchigirll

Very cool bike ...

Very cool bike

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Posted By Bianchigirll

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Posted By BugBug2019

1936 Hawthorne Zep

In order to post photos I'm informed that I must post 10 times.
1936 Hawtrone Zep (83 years old)

* this original Hawthrone was purchased at the Kent swap in 1998 and
restored, the bike was...
09-06-19, 05:03 PM
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Posted By Whit51

Great price, and with original locknuts!

Great price, and with original locknuts!
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Views: 503
Posted By juvela

----- Your dating looks spot on from here! ...

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Your dating looks spot on from here! :thumb:

You must be getting to where you no longer require the forum for these sorts of questions. :)

She looks in quite fine fettle for a...
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Views: 4,624
Posted By mthnur

Thank you, 3alarmer. I plan to use some Dawn...

Thank you, 3alarmer. I plan to use some Dawn detergent and warm water to try and clean it up this week then will post pics and maybe everyone will be able to give me a range for asking price. If for...
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Views: 1,092
Posted By c13

1981 Specialized Allez Road bike

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05-24-19, 06:55 PM
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Posted By Dean51

These are terrific RD's and this offering is a...

These are terrific RD's and this offering is a very fair price. Someone, PLEASE, buy this before I do.....I already have a few as spares.

Dean
07-16-07, 12:50 AM
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Posted By unworthy1

The tubing is probably a bit higher grade than...

The tubing is probably a bit higher grade than the bike. Ishiwata 024 was a bit heavier than the 019 and 022 that went into many very nice bikes, including such as: San Rensho, Trek, Bianchi and some...
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