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Old 10-09-19, 08:20 AM
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Time to move along some old friends...

This is a heads up that over the next several months I’ll be downsizing my collection of bikes and framesets. Not a health issue, not a space problem, just at 68+ I need to simplify my life a little (I’ll still have five bikes plus various projects). Once that’s done I’ll probably winnow down my collection of components and group sets as well.

If you see anything on the list below that’s a personal grail, feel free to send me an-mail at rccardr@cox.net for pictures and a complete description in advance of a more descriptive Marketplace posting. Otherwise, I’ll post these one at a time in the Marketplace thread with full descriptions & pics as I get pictures and exact measurements together. Unless I've noted that the frame has been resprayed, safe to assume that it's original paint. It's also safe to assume that each bike and frame is pretty much show quality...there will be no disappointments!

With regard to pedals, if I have a pair that originally came with the bike, they will be included. Also have a box of various used pedals- mostly road style Look type, etc,- and if they fit your needs I'll include at no charge with a bike purchase. Some of these bikes also 'come with' additional items, e.g. a spare backup freewheel, set of brake levers, or alternative/optional part/s that I've picked up along the way.

Any of the bikes on the list marked with an asterisk (*) can be purchased as a frameset, and in those cases the complete price is first, followed by the frameset price.

Please note that prices do not include shipping. I'll pack things properly myself and ship using Ship bikes as they are the least expensive right now.

It’s generally easier and faster for me to respond to questions by e-mail at the above address.

Thanks for looking!

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1. 1985 Merckx Professional 7-Eleven ‘Tribute’ bike. 55cm, Wanta respray, Dura Ace 7402 8 speed. $1400 SOLD!

2. 1982 Merckx Professional Faema ‘tribute’ bike. 56cm, Wanta respray, Dura Ace 7400 6 speed. $1250 SOLD!!

3. 1988 Merckx Corsa Extra. Indigo blue, rebadged after Wanta respray, 57cm, Shimano 6402 Tricolor, Euro-only levers. * $900/$600

4. 1978 Davidson custom. 56cm with 57cm top tube, dark maroon pearl, mix of Dura Ace first gen & 7100. $600 SOLD!

5. 1984 Schwinn Paramount ‘Rainbow’. 57cm, light blue pearl, Dura Ace 7400 6 speed. $1250

6. 1988 Schwinn Voyageur 650B ‘Schwinderella’. Gugie-fied frame, cream powdercoat, Mafac centerpulls, triple crank. $450 (no wheelset) SOLD!!

7. 1988 Zunow Hummingbird Z1. 58cm, red, Dura Ace 7700, VeloMax Ascent III wheelset. $1250 SOLD!

8. 1983 Miyata 1200. FRAME ONLY 56 X 56cm, gold with brown head tube. $200

9. 1988 Bottecchia Team Record. 56 X 57cm, red and white with lots of chrome, Dura Ace 7700 modified for 7 speed. * $900/$600 SOLD!!

10. 1988 Cannondale SR500. 56cm, black, mix of 105 and Dura Ace, 6 speed. $450 SOLD

11. 1988 Peter Mooney. 56cm, Wanta respray in Holdsworth orange and cream, Shimano 600 (6208), 6 speed. $750 SOLD!

12. 1986 Centurion Ironman. 57cm, grey, Shimano 600 (6208), compact crank plus original parts. $500

13. 1983 Colnago Superissimo. 58cm, medium blue with chrome accents, Campagnolo Super Record, two wheelsets. $1250 SOLD!!!

14. 1989 Cinelli Mens Sana. 59cm, light blue pearl, respray and re-chrome by Tom Kellogg at Spectrum. *$1250/$700 SOLD!!

Framesets

15. 1994 Merckx Corsa Team Telekom frameset, black, pink and white. $550 SOLD!!!

16. 1989 Cannondale Black Lightning frameset. $150 SOLD

17. 1996 Trek OCLV 6500 frameset. 50cm, grey pearl, like new condition. $100 SOLD!!

18. Kestrel 200Sci frameset, 57cm, black, needs touchup. $100 SOLD
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Old 10-09-19, 09:02 AM
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Old 10-09-19, 10:20 AM
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Email sent regarding EM Telekom frameset.


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Old 10-09-19, 01:25 PM
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If you were taller, my bank account might be smaller!
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I remember drooling over that Peter Mooney before. If only I had the budget and the space... GLWS!
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I got nervous when I saw your name on the thread - I know we ride the same size. If you get it from the rccardr, you know it's gonna be good!
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I can see my parts stash growing in the near future
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Old 10-10-19, 09:39 AM
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Wow, I've moved 1/2 dozen along myself this year trying to downsize. And then all these pop up. You're killin' me!

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Glad to hear it's only down-sizing. Your rides are always some of the cleanest builds on BF.
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.....and what are the keepers ? Cuz it would be interesting to know.
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.....and what are the keepers ? Cuz it would be interesting to know.
Wondered how long it would take for someone to ask that!

The five keepers are: 1) Merckx Pro SLX with DA 7410/7402, 2) Pelizzoli custom with DA 7700, 3) Cannondale ST with 10 speed compact, 4) Davidson Discovery with friction 8 speed, and 5) Canyon Endurace with Shimano 105 11 speed. All of them are freehub, all have HG cogs, all have two bottle cage mounts (except for the ST, which has 3), all can be ridden all day long in comfort. The Davidson and the Pelizzoli can both take 650B setups. The Merckx and the Pelizzoli can also be set up with Extreme Hill Gearing for events like Eroica, although the Davidson proved itself more than capable of that in 2019.

It's also likely that I'll have at least one project bike going on at any given time. For example, there's a certain Bianchi Mondial that's due to return to the Lab any day now and it will probably hang around for at least a few months when finished.
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Updated status on sold bikes and frames.
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pics of the Cinelli?

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The Cinelli, Paramount, Merckx Century, Centurion and some other stuff will be posted over the next few days.
Right now my house looks loke a FedExshippong depot. So many large boxes....
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Listing updated.
Centurion will be posted within the next day or so.
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