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Old 01-01-20, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
Not your typical hubs (maybe not C&V either, my apologies), but pretty cool looking. From the looks of things, those flanges appear to have been CNC machined.

West Pine MTB Hubs



not that design, not at that price!
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Poorly labeled, but good deal on 3ttt Record stem, GB Map Of England bars, and Campy Record levers:

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Lovely Longoni. Wheels are not original, but otherwise is looks quite authentic.

1948 Longoni



I saw this bike in the flesh a few months ago, and spent a good 15 minutes drooling over it:



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Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
Not your typical hubs (maybe not C&V either, my apologies), but pretty cool looking. From the looks of things, those flanges appear to have been CNC machined.

West Pine MTB Hubs

Are they even hyper glide for that kind of dough?
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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
Lovely Longoni. Wheels are not original, but otherwise is looks quite authentic.

1948 Longoni


Oh my!
If that was a couple centimeters taller I'd be begging you to facilitate.
Are bikes on Marktplaats typically measured center to center or center to top?
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1985 Specialized Allez SE - 58cm (most likely) - $450 (as a single speed, but with all braze-ons present)

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1986 Cannondale ST400 - 27" - $160 - Ad says ST500, but a 500 was Navy in color and the 400 could be had in light blue, even if it didn't match the photo/catalog scan. The big and very rare 27" (CTT) frame size for the true giants (giant-er than me!). Serial number confirms size and 1986 build date. It's even #1 (as in "001") for its sequence. Kinda cool.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
1985 Specialized Allez SE - 58cm (most likely) - $450 (as a single speed, but with all braze-ons present)

aww man. I've been looking for an 85 SE in 58. Wonder if he'd sell just the frame?.....and ship
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Old 01-01-20, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
Have Davidson; can confirm.
Yep, me too. I test rode one off CL about a month ago, price was very right but it was small and worse with short TT.

The ride was absolute magic despite the sizing, almost bought it anyway.
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Originally Posted by norcalmike View Post
aww man. I've been looking for an 85 SE in 58. Wonder if he'd sell just the frame?.....and ship
For sure. If you're on FB (I'm not any more, but apparently 'window shopping' is still possible, haha) you could ask him. And maybe ask him to get a day time photo just to make sure that the paint is truly red, and not a uniformly-faded pink. I've had red bikes that look pink-ish on camera with crummy indoor lighting.
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
For sure. If you're on FB (I'm not any more, but apparently 'window shopping' is still possible, haha) you could ask him. And maybe ask him to get a day time photo just to make sure that the paint is truly red, and not a uniformly-faded pink. I've had red bikes that look pink-ish on camera with crummy indoor lighting.
Thanks ROS. I did message him.
Funny, I don't have a FB account either but my dog does..LOL. I messaged him through there.
Hope he replies. I asked for just the frame
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Yep, me too. I test rode one off CL about a month ago, price was very right but it was small and worse with short TT.

The ride was absolute magic despite the sizing, almost bought it anyway.
The way these frames just light up an out-of-the-saddle climb or acceleration effort is pretty phenomenal. The only frame I've owned that happily begs for as many watts as you can put into it, and then gives them back (quickly!) as forward motion in the only way steel can.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
Are they even hyper glide for that kind of dough?
You can see the wide/narrow spline, so yeah, should take HG cassette.
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
The way these frames just light up an out-of-the-saddle climb or acceleration effort is pretty phenomenal. The only frame I've owned that happily begs for as many watts as you can put into it, and then gives them back (quickly!) as forward motion in the only way steel can.
It was nothing short of amazing and I don't ever get out of the saddle, did the test ride with the clipless pedals so it was far less than ideal, gotta start taking my own pedals.

Same as M Petry's DiNucci when I rode it at Bob Freeman's ride and show, it was also fantastic despite not being able to pedal it worth a damn but still was amazing beyond the beyond.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris View Post
Oh my!
If that was a couple centimeters taller I'd be begging you to facilitate.
Are bikes on Marktplaats typically measured center to center or center to top?
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If that was a couple of centimeters taller I probably wouldn't be posting it here.

Center to top is the local standard, used by those sellers who know how to measure a bike. Lots of inexperienced sellers though, so it's always best to double-check.
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https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...047885182.html

55cm Custom Peter Mooney Frame/Forks Handbuilt in MA!! - $625 (Beverly)




Early to mid 90s custom made Peter Mooney frame and forks, never built or ridden!!!! Absolutely new!! 55cm seat tube, 21.5” tt. Campagnolo headset.

Located in Rhode Island, but I come up to Beverly and Roslindale often, and can meet you in either of those places. Please call if you have any other questions. Thanks-
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https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/bi...047885182.html

55cm Custom Peter Mooney Frame/Forks Handbuilt in MA!! - $625 (Beverly)




Early to mid 90s custom made Peter Mooney frame and forks, never built or ridden!!!! Absolutely new!! 55cm seat tube, 21.5” tt. Campagnolo headset.

Located in Rhode Island, but I come up to Beverly and Roslindale often, and can meet you in either of those places. Please call if you have any other questions. Thanks-
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This is gorgeous. My size too! Where's that extra grand...
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Bianchi Eros - $275 (Longmont, CO) [link]

Like new, near perfect condition. Came out of a time capsule in.my basement.
Bianchi Eros 52cm with Campagnolo Mirage components. Rides like new. Needs nothing.





While certainly not a high-end Bianchi, the condition on this one is impressive.
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1993 Vitus 992 - barely vintage, but something of a classic

Same model that Sean Kelly made famous. Cool if you're into vintage aluminum.

https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/bi...048138409.html

"Vintage Vitus 992 Dura Ace Bike 53cm

Frame 53cm Center to center.
Purchased new in 1993 from Colorado Cyclist.
Anodized blue aluminum.
Qualities: Rides well. Never crashed. Shifting is good.
Known defects: Decals are replacements. The bottom bolt in the water bottle cage has seized in the fitting (seat tube). Wear along the sides of the saddle. Minor scratches due to normal wear and tear.
Headset – Mavic (integrated with frame)
Bottom bracket – Dura Ace
Brakes – Dura Ace STI shift levers
Seat – Selle Italia Turbo (perforated, yellow)
Seat post – Dura Ace
Front derailleur – Dura Ace
Rear derailleur – Dura Ace STI
Chain – Dura Ace HG
Tires – Continental Grand Prix 4000 Lots of miles remaining.
Rims – Mavic Open 4 CD (fairly true).
Hubs – Dura Ace 28 Front, 32 Rear
Crank – Dura Ace 172.5 (53-39)
Cassette – Dura Ace 8 spd 12-13-14-15-16-17-19-21
Spokes – DT (double butted)
Handle bars – 3T (model not known).
Stem – 3T (model not known)
Pedals – Shimano
Behind the seat bag"
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That Mooneyis a total steal.
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Not a great bike but someone might be interested. Lots of pix, some of them even decent. Bike probably came with thumbies instead of those twist shifters.

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Vintage bicycle chrome raleigh teton mountain bike - $120




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: mountainframe size: Medium
wheel size: 26 in
Vintage chrome Raleigh mountain bike . Rides nice . Tires hold air fine but they are the original 80s so you will probably want to replace.
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That Mooneyis a total steal.
Yup! I just got home with it.

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Yup! I just got home with it.

For me?! You shouldn't have!
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Lemond Zurich red 53cm - $500 (Covina)


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