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nighthawk 03-25-2021 03:08 AM

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Older Igleheart... but the price is right.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Igle...C/224398602531

RichTheRoadie 03-25-2021 06:16 AM

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Originally Posted by nighthawk (Post 2902999)
Older Igleheart... but the price is right.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Igle...C/224398602531

That's cool! 23" = 58.5cm (ish), right? I wonder if that's the ST and the TT happens to be circa 56cm...

jet sanchez 03-25-2021 07:59 AM

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Originally Posted by robt57 (Post 2902958)
If not marked, it may be a rare 59CM, but it needs rev-x wheels if hanging on the wall. ;)

This one is a better deal; full Record and the Spinergys for $675 in Phoenix but it has been listed for more than a month so I bet he would take a lot less.

I thought about looking for a facilitator just cuz I think the group would look great on my tutti frutti Merckx but, meh, I'd probably destroy those wheels.

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/b...273062992.html

https://images.craigslist.org/00p0p_...2_1200x900.jpg

nighthawk 03-25-2021 08:08 AM

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Originally Posted by RichTheRoadie (Post 2903030)
That's cool! 23" = 58.5cm (ish), right? I wonder if that's the ST and the TT happens to be circa 56cm...

I assumed toptube, but tough to say. I’m intrigued by the Reynolds 653 tubeset, but that bike is too big for me no matter where that 23”s is measured.

Steve in SLO 03-25-2021 08:53 AM

That Inglehart is nice, but I would wonder what is lurking beneath that wad of electrical and friction tape on the down tube.

cnighbor1 03-25-2021 09:37 AM

25th Anniversary Steelman Fixed Gear - $2,995.02 56cm
 
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25th Anniversary Steelman Fixed Gear - $2,995

25th Anniversary Steelman Fixed Gear - 56 cm - mint condition. Condition is "Used".
Brent Steelman on his 25th year of building custom steel bikes, built only 25, 25th anniversary frames. Only using the best materials, lugs, and components, this is a true collectable.
Each frame has a unique 25th anniversary logo, and are each individually numbered, numbers are laser etched into the bottom bracket lug.
Lugs are unique from France.
Paint was done by Joe Bell (JB) and his name is painted on the frame.
Sugino cranks
Nitto 83 seat post
Phil Wood high flange hubs, laced by Brent Steelman with DT Swiss spokes, and Mavic Open Pro CD Ceramic hoops
Phil wood bottom bracket
Campy Chorus brakes
Jagwire cables
Cane Creek brake levers
Nitto Water bottle cages
Campy headset
Threaded stem.
Stem, Frame, Fork all hand made by Brent Steelman.
Shimano Dura Ace pedals
Drilled for a front rack.
Spacing for 28 mm tires.
Saddle NOT included
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...296567192.html
110 mm stem
54.6 cm center to center top tube
54.6 cm center to center seat tube

Bike is in excellent condition, never crashed, ridden under 750 miles.
Been in storage for the past 9 years.
There is one smaller than a pea paint chip on the top tube. Chip not through the primer layer.
No dents, dings at all.

cnighbor1 03-25-2021 09:42 AM

Seven Cycles Titanium Road Bike - $3,200 56cm
 
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Seven Cycles Titanium Road Bike - $3,200
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...295334333.html
Beautifully designed by Rob Vandermark titanium frame bicycle with integrated carbon fiber seat stays, seat tube and front fork. All Shimano Dura Ace components. Included in deal is an extra set of Shimano Dura Ace SPD pedals, a Selle Italia "flite" titanium saddle, a men's large size "Team Seven" cycling jersey made by Giordana and all original documents.
do please contact me with unsolicited services or offers

cnighbor1 03-25-2021 09:46 AM

Fuso FRX/Full Dura Ace - $1,300 57cm
 
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Fuso FRX/Full Dura Ace - $1,300

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...294542643.html

cnighbor1 03-25-2021 09:51 AM

FUSO Dave Moulton Steel Road Bicycle 1st. Gen. ALL Dura Ace 55.5 cm. - $1,775
 
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FUSO Dave Moulton Steel Road Bicycle 1st. Gen. ALL Dura Ace 55.5 cm. - $1,775.02
1985 Dave Moulton Fuso "First Generation" Road Bike

One of 2,500 Fuso frames made by Dave Moulton. All were hand built exclusively by Moulton. Frame #178 was constructed in 1985 in San Marcos, California of Columbus SL tubing. The frame is complimented with a full Shimano 7400 Dura Ace group. This is an early Fuso with the metal head badge while later models used a decal. Dave Moulton frames have developed a cult following and it's easy to understand with the level of impeccable workmanship and a ride to match!

The frame measures 55.5cm center to center seat tube with a 55.5 top tube. Moulton measured to the top of the seat lug as if it were straight from front to back, so it's stamped a 57. Investment cast lugs and bottom bracket shell, Cinelli fork crown and brake bridge, and Campagnolo dropouts and down tube lever bosses complete the build. Moulton published documents of the time show a traditional racing geometry with a 74 degree head tube angle. The bike therefore exhibits a wondrous ride quality; stiff and responsive, steers quickly, but but not at all twitchy with very predictable handling. She is super smooth with quick, precise shifting and very firm braking.

Condition

Like NEW! She has lied dormant for over 35 years and is now tuned up and is ready to ride and enjoy! Brake cables, saddle, brake pads, chain, cassette are all in like new condition with no wear. Tires are brand new and MUST be glued on. The original Dupont Imron charcoal grey metallic-red paint still looks wonderful and shines, shines... shines! There are some with very minor scratches, mostly on the left side of the top tube. No dents or dings. The original white Fuso mylar decals are perfect.

Specs:

Columbus SL lugged steel frame
Mavic GP4 tubular rims; straight and true
Servizio Corsa tires
Shimano Dura Ace 7400 full group including headset, hubs, brakes, shift levers, derailleurs, cranks and freewheel
Campagnolo Super Record Seatpost
Selle San Marco Rolls Saddle (missing one gold rivet on the back plate)
Pedals are not included

History

Dave Moulton began his frame building career in England in the early 1970's. He moved to the United States in 1979 and built frames for the U.S. Olympic team at the famous Paris Sport shop in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. Shortly thereafter he began building frames for Masi in California. He formed his own frame building business in 1983 and produced frames under the names Dave Moulton, Fuso, John Howard, and Rechereche. Fuso frames were built from 1984 to 1993 in Temecula and San Marcos, California.
The word "fuso" translates to "molten" in Italian. Evidently, the word struck Moulton as it was a play on words of his last name. The beautiful headbadge, his logo at the time, is an artistic rendering of molten metal being poured into a cauldron.
To learn more about Dave Moulton, frame builder, here: davemoultonregistry.com
I’ll pack her for free and ship via Shipbikes.com. at actual cost.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/261050...57718424734592

Remember, I have an open mind to offers.

Enjoy,

Johnny
San Diego, Ca.
If you don't know me by now, I am a former professional mechanic of 49 years experience out of Brooklyn, New York, and have had the privilege of being the caretaker of some of THE FINEST Vintage Italian and American Racing Bicycles in The World. And a few French ones too!
https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/...296087414.html

DCilliams 03-25-2021 10:13 AM

Wow! I love this one...too small and single speed, though


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Originally Posted by cnighbor1 (Post 2903145)
25th Anniversary Steelman Fixed Gear - $2,995

25th Anniversary Steelman Fixed Gear - 56 cm - mint condition. Condition is "Used".
Brent Steelman on his 25th year of building custom steel bikes, built only 25, 25th anniversary frames. Only using the best materials, lugs, and components, this is a true collectable.
Each frame has a unique 25th anniversary logo, and are each individually numbered, numbers are laser etched into the bottom bracket lug.
Lugs are unique from France.
Paint was done by Joe Bell (JB) and his name is painted on the frame.
Sugino cranks
Nitto 83 seat post
Phil Wood high flange hubs, laced by Brent Steelman with DT Swiss spokes, and Mavic Open Pro CD Ceramic hoops
Phil wood bottom bracket
Campy Chorus brakes
Jagwire cables
Cane Creek brake levers
Nitto Water bottle cages
Campy headset
Threaded stem.
Stem, Frame, Fork all hand made by Brent Steelman.
Shimano Dura Ace pedals
Drilled for a front rack.
Spacing for 28 mm tires.
Saddle NOT included
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...296567192.html
110 mm stem
54.6 cm center to center top tube
54.6 cm center to center seat tube

Bike is in excellent condition, never crashed, ridden under 750 miles.
Been in storage for the past 9 years.
There is one smaller than a pea paint chip on the top tube. Chip not through the primer layer.
No dents, dings at all.


muz 03-25-2021 10:24 AM

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Originally Posted by DCilliams (Post 2903167)
Wow! I love this one...too small and single speed, though

It's funny how people ignore the price when the frame doesn't fit...:banana:

DCilliams 03-25-2021 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by muz (Post 2903177)
It's funny how people ignore the price when the frame doesn't fit...:banana:

Haha yeah that price is steep and having acquired classic steel bikes before that didn't fit I've learned my lesson the hard way.

2000m2 03-25-2021 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jmvernon (Post 2902640)
It has sold already, yes it was an AL frame.

Cool, congrats

chrismoustache 03-25-2021 12:45 PM

that Steelman, wow.

the rack mounts on the fork are :banana:

muz 03-25-2021 01:09 PM

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Originally Posted by chrismoustache (Post 2903276)
that Steelman, wow.

the rack mounts on the fork are :banana:

I really like the frame, and may consider it at half the asking price. The fork with straight legs and lowrider mounts doesn't really match the frame aesthetics. Not even fender eyelets on the frame. Also, rear brake routing is on the wrong side (moto-style).


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