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Old 11-23-19, 01:38 PM
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Vintage Grandis 50cm frameset w/extras - $400 (Wilmington)


Great condition 50cm Grandis frameset. Frame is somewhere in the 81-83 range year wise. Very light peppering on the stays, but I left them alone. Full columbus tubing. Brev. Campagnolo dropouts. I'm including both early brev. Campagnolo bottom bracket, and headset. Also with it is a very short reach cinelli stem I dont see myself using. Made in italy. Thanks for looking. My price is not firm, just need to clear out some stuff.
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Old 11-23-19, 04:23 PM
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Very cool "Grant Petersen/Rivendell-esque" build, but for crying out loud, put some clean tape on it! And get that cruddy tape off the seat tube. Seller is asking enough $$ that he should at least make the cockpit something I won't feel the need for a tetanus shot after a test ride...

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Miyata 310 - 650b - Generator/lights (Arlington)


For sale is a vintage 1985 Miyata 310 road bike that has been converted to a 650b wheel size.
Steel lugged frame with triple butted CRMO tubing.
Frame size is 59cm, I'm 6'-1" and usually need a 56cm or so, but with the 650b is perfect. I would say you need to be 5'-10" to 6'-2" and this bike can accommodate you.
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+ Synergy wheels built with Shimano Deore XT rear and Shimano Alfine generator hub (6v) front
+ Busch & Muller Lumotec Plus (standlight = light stays on after stopped for a few second) in the front, and a B&M Secula Plus in the rear (fender mounted)
+ Velo Orange snakeskin 650b fenders
+ Panaracer Pacella PARI-MOTO tires with thorn resistant tubes
+ Tektro 559 front and rear brakes with new pads mounted
+ Tektro aero brake levers
+ Nitto Technomic Stem
+ Soma mustache handlebar with cloth wrap and shellac (now with patina)
+ Dia-Compe bar end shifters (comes with left as well, see last photo)
+ Shimano 105 rear derailleur
+ Comes with original Signature Shimano front/rear derailleurs and downtube shifters as well as front (left) bar end shifter from Dia-Compe

As you can see, this is a great bike and components, but is ready for a new owner.
Come on by and take this one for a ride, you won't be disappointed.

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$650 for a miyata 310 with a possible seat tube issue?

Who would be looking for that?
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
$650 for a miyata 310 with a possible seat tube issue?

Who would be looking for that?
What seat tube issue? The tape?
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Old 11-23-19, 07:00 PM
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Holy crap look at this gorgeous Eisentraut Limited frameset for a mere $400 on eBay, Buy It Now, right now:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/264543740263

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
What seat tube issue? The tape?
Yes, the tape. First I've ever seen such a thing; I thought it might be hiding an issue as well. I can't think of a single plausible reason for wrapping a section of seat tube with tape - and finishing it off with twine, too. I'd love to hear input, though

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
What seat tube issue? The tape?
Who puts shellacked twine or whatever it is on the seat tube like that?

$650? That should go in the wacky thread.
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
Holy crap look at this gorgeous Eisentraut Limited frameset for a mere $400 on eBay, Buy It Now, right now:

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Look at the seattube lug picture. Is that a crack?
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Originally Posted by jamesdak View Post
Look at the seattube lug picture. Is that a crack?
Behind the accent cut-out? Nah. Reflection.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
Yes, the tape. First I've ever seen such a thing; I thought it might be hiding an issue as well. I can't think of a single plausible reason for wrapping a section of seat tube with tape - and finishing it off with twine, too. I'd love to hear input, though

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My guess is that it's a designated grab point for navigating a walk up with the bike.
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Old 11-23-19, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
My guess is that it's a designated grab point for navigating a walk up with the bike.
Could well be. It is uncommon, and for this reason I think it would be best for a seller to be in full-disclosure mode. There was a sentence dedicated to the handlebar tape's "patina", so I thought it strange he didn't mention, much less elaborate upon, the same stuff as was on the seat tube.

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Green colnago with low shipping charge:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-COL...0AAOSwL-Nc9-cB
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Old 11-23-19, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
Holy crap look at this gorgeous Eisentraut Limited frameset for a mere $400 on eBay, Buy It Now, right now:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/264543740263

(wish there was an overall shot...)
Very nice! And almost tall enough for @merziac
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
Very nice! And almost tall enough for @merziac
Close but no cigar, I took a hard look, 59-60 used to be ok, now 62 is the new low end unless its a screamin deal, and or something very special.

This is a good deal and pretty special, still not big enough,
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Old 11-24-19, 05:11 AM
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Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
That is just incredible! Those lugs are fabulous
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
$650 for a miyata 310 with a possible seat tube issue?

Who would be looking for that?
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What seat tube issue? The tape?
Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
Yes, the tape. First I've ever seen such a thing; I thought it might be hiding an issue as well. I can't think of a single plausible reason for wrapping a section of seat tube with tape - and finishing it off with twine, too. I'd love to hear input, though

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Who puts shellacked twine or whatever it is on the seat tube like that?

$650? That should go in the wacky thread.
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My guess is that it's a designated grab point for navigating a walk up with the bike.

Some sort of Hipster locking it up thing? I thought about a grab point for walking it but who grabs a bike there? It also doesn't seem like a good location for hanging

It seem way over priced anyway, you can get a few nice Bianchis or Bertonis for that kind of money.
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Old 11-24-19, 05:29 AM
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Marushi? I stumbled on this on FB Market place, you know typing in various words looking for the holy grail of a great bike going dirt cheap. Not much info just " 23"superb pro components" I thought it might be a donor for the 'Speckled Trout' Bertoni until I realized it would be a 7+ hour round trip

$100 might be worth it for someone closer

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This Geurciotti looks interesting. seller claims it is 'near mint', the wheels look used and the frames seems scuffy but the chainwheels look NOS. Seems pricy at $450 for TreTubi Alle and 105, even if it is NOS kit. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...1318807477539/

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
Who puts shellacked twine or whatever it is on the seat tube like that?

$650? That should go in the wacky thread.
I'm very dubious of the seat tube tape as well, but notice how it is patina-ed like the tape on the bars. Possible that the owner grabs is there for whatever reason?
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Old 11-24-19, 09:07 AM
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I'm very dubious of the seat tube tape as well, but notice how it is patina-ed like the tape on the bars. Possible that the owner grabs is there for whatever reason?
Could be where he puts his u lock on. Looks more like a commuter setup.
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A Wee Bit Large For The Seller?

Centurion Ironman Expert Dave Scott Shimano 105 Groupset Wolber Wheels - $175 (Charlotte)


Posted about 12 hours ago




"Centurion Ironman Expert Dave Scott Edition

This bike has been well maintained, kept indoors, never neglected. Wheels spin true and free

Sizing (Measured)
Frame Size: 24in
Standover Height: 34in

Includes:
-Tange Cro-Mo Double Butted frame for lighter weight and strength
-Shimano 105 Groupset
-Shimano brake calipers
- Wolber Super Champion Alpine 700c wheels
-Continental Ultra 700x23c tires
-Double front crank and 6 speed rear cassette

bicycle frame material: alloy
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 24in
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Centurion
model name / number: Ironman Expert
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C"

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This was just listed in the last 30min or so. If you're near CT and looking for an early 80's SR Cannondale, this looks like an '83 SR400, maybe 58cm size?

$90 start price, $241 B-I-N, neither are bad considering the potato-esque picture makes it look barely ridden.

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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Close but no cigar, I took a hard look, 59-60 used to be ok, now 62 is the new low end unless its a screamin deal, and or something very special.
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Larger than a "Cannondale 58" for sure. Knowing the serial number would tell the size.

This is a "Cannondale 58"

Is this yours? I’ve only ever seen one of these and we swapped the Athena kit off fir a Dura Ace for one of the store owners where I worked. Between the graphics and that beautiful silver Athena group I always thought it was one of the better looking Cannondales
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Originally Posted by curbtender View Post
Could be where he puts his u lock on. Looks more like a commuter setup.
that’s what I was thinking
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Originally Posted by WGB View Post
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3058396657960/

Per ad: $300 Canadian (Oshawa)

vintage made in Italy bianchi in very good condition..i believe this bike to be late from late 1950,s to early 1970,s. serial number is 2c61138....4 new brake pads....27 inch alloy rims..new brake cables....bike is ready to ride..paint is in very good condition....decals need replacing

I'd say that's a pretty big year gap "late 1950,s to early 1970's" what with the sticker head badge...

I think that is mid to later ‘70s and a rather low end model. $100 might be a better price
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