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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 05-11-20, 08:32 PM
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Can a brother get a drive side photo please!😭
I thought Americas all had bar end shifters? I’m surprised to see “aero” downtube shifters on that.

It is very pretty...
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Old, tall, full-531 Lomas with DA in Everett, WA.



https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/b...122557268.html
$325
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Old 05-11-20, 11:39 PM
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I doubt ypu're actively "looking" for one of these but..

If I only had the space... Perfect coffee bar wall hanger.
https://newyork.craigslist.org/que/b...118994277.html
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76 View Post
If I only had the space... Perfect coffee bar wall hanger.
https://newyork.craigslist.org/que/b...118994277.html
Can't say that I agree, LR76. In fact, its pretty hard to look at. I have a buddy from NC, who is fond of describing something ugly as, "Uglier'n a hat fulla ***holes."
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Old 05-12-20, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by J.Higgins View Post
Can't say that I agree, LR76. In fact, its pretty hard to look at. I have a buddy from NC, who is fond of describing something ugly as, "Uglier'n a hat fulla ***holes."
I might feel the same tomorrow, it was late. Crazy story,. Developed under a Swedish Gov. grant, prototyped "successfully" and put into production by Volvo in early 80s (still with gov. money). Full of problems. Eventually remaining stock pawned off into the Caribbean someplace, (cause plastic doesn't rust... though it usually degrades in UV pretty rapidly...)
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Flipper Red Alert - 3 Bikes, $100





Annnnnnnddd

Well, Well, Well
I wondered how long these bikes would take to show up at flip. In this case, about 12 hours.

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1500679731








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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
Old, tall, full-531 Lomas with DA in Everett, WA.



https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/b...122557268.html
$325
That looks interesting.
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Old 05-12-20, 08:33 AM
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That Lomas looks an awful lot like a Raleigh. Any connection?
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A lot bike for this price (at least in the sf bay area). Nicely equipped.
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https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bik...122473485.html






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Up for sale is my beautiful '89 Bruce Gordon Hikari. This was a small run of frames that Bruce commissioned out of Japan to his specifications. 55cm center to center seat tube and top tube. It deserves to be ridden daily. High quality pictures can be seen here: https://flickr.com/photos/omgar/albu...h/49125115487/

Frame/Fork: Bruce Gordon Hikari, Tange tubing
Rear Derailleur: Deore XT M737
Front Derailleur Deore XT M732
Crankset: Deore XT M730 170mm length, 46/36/24 rings
Shifters: Ultegra 8 speed bar end shifters, indexed/friction.
Brakes: Paul Component Touring Cantilevers Front & Rear
Seat post: Campagnolo Super Record, 27.0
Stem: Nitto Dirtdrop
Handlebars: Nitto Moustache
Accessories: Paul Component Funky Monkey front cable hanger
Racks: Bruce Gordon Front and Rear Racks
Wheelset: H+Son TB-14 laced to Suzue Classica front and rear. Shimano 11-speed compatible.
Tires: Panaracer Gravelking Slick 38c
Saddle and pedals not included.
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Old 05-12-20, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76 View Post
Developed under a Swedish Gov. grant, prototyped "successfully" and put into production by Volvo in early 80s (still with gov. money).
The bike that makes every other Volvo look.... not ugly. No way SAAB could have made a bike this angular.
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Flipper Red Alert - 3 Bikes, $100
A "red alert" without a link? Still, CDN(presumably)$100 would pay for the _bicycle_ (i.e. the Trek), and you could just give away the two beer cans.
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Originally Posted by gaucho777 View Post
A lot bike for this price (at least in the sf bay area). Nicely equipped.
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1989 Bruce Gordon Hikari | w\ Front/Rear BG Racks | Deore XT - $750 (belmont)


https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bik...122473485.html






Hello!

Up for sale is my beautiful '89 Bruce Gordon Hikari. This was a small run of frames that Bruce commissioned out of Japan to his specifications. 55cm center to center seat tube and top tube. It deserves to be ridden daily. High quality pictures can be seen here: https://flickr.com/photos/omgar/albu...h/49125115487/

Frame/Fork: Bruce Gordon Hikari, Tange tubing
Rear Derailleur: Deore XT M737
Front Derailleur Deore XT M732
Crankset: Deore XT M730 170mm length, 46/36/24 rings
Shifters: Ultegra 8 speed bar end shifters, indexed/friction.
Brakes: Paul Component Touring Cantilevers Front & Rear
Seat post: Campagnolo Super Record, 27.0
Stem: Nitto Dirtdrop
Handlebars: Nitto Moustache
Accessories: Paul Component Funky Monkey front cable hanger
Racks: Bruce Gordon Front and Rear Racks
Wheelset: H+Son TB-14 laced to Suzue Classica front and rear. Shimano 11-speed compatible.
Tires: Panaracer Gravelking Slick 38c
Saddle and pedals not included.
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I'm in love with everything except the handlebars.
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Old 05-12-20, 12:00 PM
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I'm in love with everything except the handlebars.
+1. Not a fan of the stem or unicrown fork either, but sometimes you make compromises.
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Nice enough price on a wee small '88 Trek 400T in what appears to be good shape:

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...122902935.html

Trek 400 Road Bike - $125 (Mount Horeb)

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Road Racing Colnago with campagnolo record titanium and carbon parts - $1500 (Altadena/Pasadena)



https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sg...122802173.html

I don't think the C&V market will ever get bad enough that you see something like this for under $1000, so $1500 seems like a fair enough starting bid. He could have pumped up the tires and straightened the handlebar tape, but i actually like seeing stuff like that.
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Originally Posted by Kwest View Post
That Lomas looks an awful lot like a Raleigh. Any connection?
Looks more like Holdsworth with that thick wrapover.
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Old 05-12-20, 04:32 PM
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Looks like a 2000 Lemond Buenos Aires (corrected 2003 Nevada City)..$160 serious deal..potentially. Colorado Springs
https://cosprings.craigslist.org/bik...122782826.html

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Originally Posted by fishboat View Post
Looks like a 2000 Lemond Buenos Aires..$160 serious deal..potentially. Colorado Springs
https://cosprings.craigslist.org/bik...122782826.html
Says "Nevada City" on the top tube NDS, color scheme matches 2003 per Google:

Blow it up to read near the head tube.

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
Says "Nevada City" on the top tube NDS, color scheme matches 2003 per Google:

Blow it up to read near the head tube.

Right you are..I didn't see that..just went by the color scheme. Even a Nevada City at $160 is a pretty reasonable deal..good commuter..etc..

520 tubing, steel fork, Sora groupset, ~23lbs
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Right you are..I didn't see that..just went by the color scheme. Even a Nevada City at $160 is a pretty reasonable deal..good commuter..etc..

520 tubing, steel fork, Sora groupset, ~23lbs
Now if only Cannondale bikes were that easy to identify...
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
Now if only Cannondale bikes were that easy to identify...
Since you brought it up, this is something I've been thinking about recently that I could use some clarification on. Was there any difference in the early Cannondale model's frames or did the higher end models just have better components and all of the road frames were the same (maybe different paint as well)? It looks that way to me and the way the catalog references them seems to suggest so but I can't find much definitively one way or the other.
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In 1987, Cannondale had a Criterium frame, and "Standard Racing Frame", and each had slightly different geometry.




But in 1988, all the non-touring road frames had the Crit geometry:


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Gunnar Hotdog - $350 (Hopkins/Minnetonka, MN)


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Cannondale - $85 (St Paul, MN)

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59cm lemond Zurich Reynolds tubing shimano ultegra - $175




https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...123236866.html

Another LA Lemond, this one is a steal.
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Originally Posted by rhender View Post
Since you brought it up, this is something I've been thinking about recently that I could use some clarification on. Was there any difference in the early Cannondale model's frames or did the higher end models just have better components and all of the road frames were the same (maybe different paint as well)? It looks that way to me and the way the catalog references them seems to suggest so but I can't find much definitively one way or the other.
Same frame. Told that when I bought my Crest Cannondale way back in the day (1987). Paint was different, and just the basic geometry between criterium and such, but the frames were not different.
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